Common treatments

Colds and flues                                         Teething

Cough, asthma, and allergies                Concentration and ADHD

Digestive complaints                               Night terrors

Ear infections                                            Stress and anxiety

Rashes, eczema, diaper rash                  Weak constitution, failure to thrive

 

Shoni Shin

Non-invasive Acupressure

Pediatric Chinese Medicine primarily uses ¨Shonishin¨a specialized form of treatment for infants and children. Shoni Shin was developed in Japan in the mid-1700s in the Osaka region and its still popular today.

Shoni Shin involves light scraping of the skin along the meridians using a smooth edge tool. Treatments can also include massage, herbal and nutritional recommendations and very light acupuncture. Children are more sensitive and respond quicker with lighter stimulation than adults.