Tag: Tuina


Source: Lv et al. Why is Tuina (Chinese Medical Massage) effective to treat sciatic nerve injury (SNI)? Lv et al​(Lv et al. 2020)​ from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine explored the effect of Tuina on the gene expression at the point of nerve injury in rats with sciatic nerve injury (SNI) and elucidated the repair […]

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Tui Na

Course in Danish in AkupunkturAkademiet/ Kurs på Dansk, Kinesisk Medicinsk Massage Tuina (Chinese:推拿), whose name comes from two of the actions: Tui means “to push” and Na means “to lift and squeeze.”, is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in conjunction with acupuncture, moxibustion, fire cupping, Chinese herbs, Taichi, and Qigong. Tuina is a hands-on body treatment that […]

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Nie et al. 2019

A research team from China reported recently that acupuncture combined with Tuina could significantly increase the therapeutic effect of acupuncture in migraine treatment.A prospective, randomized controlled assessor-blind clinical trial was performed between January 2017 and May 2018, and 135 patients were assigned into group A:acupuncture +Tuina (A),Group B: only acupuncture, and Group C:control with flunarizine hydrochloride), each […]

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