Dr Chris Booth
—— Practitioner of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are helpful at addressing a wide range of health disorders. The diagnostic and treatment methods are very different to those of any other form of medicine. Treatment is gentle, holistic and without harsh side effects.
Dr Christopher Booth (Chinese Med.) is a longstanding provider of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. With clinics in both Orange and Bathurst, his treatments are accessible to much of Central Western NSW.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine in Orange and Bathurst
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a vast healing system that uses a range of treatment modalities to target a broad range of health conditions. Treatments can include the use of herbal prescriptions, as well as acupuncture and other related therapies.
Dr Christopher Booth (Chinese Med.) is an experienced practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, with a particular focus on Eastern herbs and acupuncture. His treatments draw upon the several-thousand-year TCM knowledge base, combined with a contemporary view of how these impact the body.
Chris treats a wide range of health conditions, including those that are difficult to treat.
Chronic pain is a difficult medical challenge because of its debilitating effect, various possible causes, and side effects of pain killers. Chinese medicine can help by diagnosing and treating the condition.
TCM has a long history of treating mental health issues. It was the first to recognise conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD. TCM offers multiple treatment options for mental conditions.
TCM can help with menstrual issues, pregnancy, post-natal problems and menopause symptoms. Fertility acupuncture and herbs can help improve conception chances and aid in pregnancy.
Years of experience Chris has practising acupuncture and herbal medicine
Years Traditional Chinese Medicine has been used to treat health problems
Acupuncture points in the human body connected by pathways or meridians
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