Chinese Medicine Clinic is based in Dunshaughlin Co. Meath.
Our clinic is recognized by VHI Healthcare, Laya Healthcare, Aviva and HSF health insurance providers in Ireland. A portion of acupuncture treatment fee may be reimbursed. If you not sure with your cover, please consult with your insurance company.
We aim to help our patients to achieve optimal health and vitality through the holistic approach. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) believes Mind and Body are integrated together and support each other like the Yin and Yang in Tai Chi graph.
Disease in the body may be caused by the accumulation of stress and tension in the mind. The disorder of mind could be due to the imbalance of the meridians and organ system of the body. Therefore, to healing the Mind will rejuvenate the Body, to balance the Body will ease the Mind, to rejuvenate your face will strengthen the faith, and to strengthen your abdomen will broaden the Mind.
By balancing the body, mind, and soul with TCM, a Mind-Body approach, one will be able to create awareness and discover the creating energy that lies within one’s body. Consequently, one can stop reenacting the pattern of suffering chronic pains from the past, and start creating a new pattern of inner awareness for the future.
Kuo Su Liu a.k.a Anthony Liu
His interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) began when he was a young adult in Taiwan. He had been studying martial arts (Kung Fu) and TCM, focusing on acupuncture and Tui Na/Cheng Gu (Chinese massage/chiropractic), under the guidance of several practitioners/masters (Shi Fu). He uses all the teachings and knowledge and experience to optimise the treatment of his patients. He incorporates needling, Tui Na/Cheng Gu, Chinese herbs, cupping, Gua Sha, moxibustion, auricular therapy, and dietary/lifestyle recommendations to help treat his patients.
Kuo Su is a fully qualified and insured Chinese Medicine practitioner – acupuncturist and herbalist. He is a registered member of the Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association and Association of Chinese Herbalists in Ireland.