Integrated and Multidisciplinary Approach

We employ an integrated, multidisciplinary approach that combines the techniques in Europe & America and the perspectives of traditional Chinese medicine in treating or helping patients cope with pain conditions of the body.

A  Superior Cervical Ganglion Syndrome is a severe neck disorder which compresses a large group of nerves cell bodies, in the upper neck, causing dizziness, nausea, blurred vision, blocked ears, light and sound hypersensitivity and severe difficulty with concentration. This condition is often disabling and misdiagnosed.

Here were a few of their “typical” symptoms:

  • Neck pain and headaches (usually one sided)
  • Dizziness
  • Ear blockage or clicking
  • Extreme sensitivity to light (and often sound)
  • Brain fogginess and difficulty in concentration
  • Frequent hot sensations to their face, neck or head
  • Radiating pain or tingling down an arm
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