Types (classes) of pain medication
‧ 非類固醇類止痛藥Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) act on substances in the body that can cause inflammation, pain, and fever.
Herbal medicines are generally plant based and is part of TCM. Different herbs have different properties and benefits. TDMall (Sydney) practitioners are qualified to perform Chinese medicine diagnosis on patients and prescribe a particular herb or concoction of herbs to patients accordingly. TDMall (Sydney) Clinic provides high-quality herbs and advanced concentrated Chinese therapeutic formula granules, which are sourced from accredited local suppliers.
Cupping therapy is a type of alternative medicine in which cupping practitioners place cups on the skin to create suction.
Cosmetic Acupuncture or Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is inserting acupuncture needles at specific acupuncture points on the person face to stimulate blood circulation and collagen production. These help to improve overall facial complexion, minimise melasma, brighten skin, even skin tone, reduce the appearance of facial lines & winkles, lift sagging skin & bags under the eyes, tighten facial muscles or minimise dark circles below the eyes.
TDMall (Sydney) Clinic has a team of skilled TCM practitioners with extensive experience in providing support treatment for cancer patients.
Remedial massage aims to treat damaged, knotted or tense muscles. The treatment involves applying suitable pressure to the muscles and soft-tissue, as well as stretching different parts of the body. This ease and stabilises the muscles which will relief headaches and various choric pain. Health issues that are often treated with remedial massage include sport injuries, muscle cramps, and neck, shoulder and back pain from work.
Acupuncture is part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which involves inserting fine acupuncture needles into specific points (aka acupuncture points) on the skin to achieve balanced qi inside patient body and provide relief for many ailments, particularly those which involve pain.