TKM Traditional Chinese medicine is one of the oldest ways of healing, and beginnings dates back more than 4000 years. Traditional Chinese medicine define illness as imbalance between to sides of unity, which they call Yin that stands for feminine (woman) principle and Yang whis stands for masculine (man) principle. Black and White in very known yin-yang symbol. Theory of “Yin – Yang”, defines “5 elements” and lessons about QI and ‘meridians’.
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) is solving health problems in a quite a holistic way, which means they pay attention to causes of the illness or imbalance in body, rather than treating symptoms only as orthodox medicine. TCM accounts for the fact that our entire organism is interconnected, with meridians, vascular and nervous system. Internal organs carry multiple functions, besides physical
and are all connected with tissue to the senses and body cavities. Internal organs work and regenerate daily at certain hours and stimulate each other at predefined order, as well as control, block and monitor in the way that they form balance in our body as a whole.
TCM define illness as improper function of internal organs, which is connected to blockages in meridians. Internal organs in connection to other body parts, manifest symptoms of illness most often on external side of body or other tissues. TCM Doctor can quickly see external changes in the body and thus diagnose changes of internal organs, which enables him to begin immediate treatments as well adopt healing according to the reaction signals that body presents.