top of page

Japanese Integrated Medicine

Japanese Integrated Medicine is a holistic and complementary approach to managing health and involves both physical and internal medicine. Physical medicine helps with physical ailments such as back pain, arthritis and sprains, whilst internal medicine provides treatments for headaches, digestive ailments and immunity. 

book

Benefits

Japanese Integrated Medicine has been found to be helpful in treating the symptoms of the following conditions; 

For Your Mind

For Your Body

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Helps with nervous disorders

  • Eases migraine & headache symptoms

  • Harmonises both the nervous system and the energy meridian systems

  • Creates a state of deep relaxation, calm & peace

  • Improves posture and flexibility of the body

  • Corrects and improves joint mobility

  • Relieves chronic pain

  • Eases and reduces back pain

  • Reduces degenerative joint disease

  • Reduces muscle tension and tightness

  • Stimulates the blood and lymph flow

  • Increases lymphatic drainage

  • Improves organ functions

  • Increases health of the immune system

  • Balances the body for improved health

  • Eases constipation

  • Nutritional & digestive advice and treatment

How it Works

Japanese Integrated Medicine is a holistic and complementary approach to managing health and involves both physical and internal medicine. 

 

Physical medicine helps with physical ailments such as back pain, arthritis and sprains, whilst internal medicine provides treatments for headaches, digestive ailments and immunity.

Japanese Integrated Medicine includes the following therapies:

  • Taikiyoku: the basis for Japanese integrated medicine

  • Anma: a form of remedial and visceral massage. 

  • Sekkotsu: a non-surgical method for correcting joint mobility and improving posture. 

  • Gohan: Oriental nutrition which recognises the benefits of certain foods. 

  • Kampo: herbal blends which are thought to improve the person’s health and recovery 

  • Hari: a type of acupuncture which uses fewer needles than Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Session Times: The length of the session really depends on how much treatment you need at the time and your therapist will assess this session. Times can vary between 45 to 60 minutes.

Note: As with all therapies the effectiveness of this treatment is likely to be different for everyone and it is suggested that you carry out your own research into the benefits offered. Our Resources page offers a number of links to studies and research for your information and review.

japanese intergrated medicine
bottom of page