Child Tui Na - Bao Kang Chinese Physician
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Child Tui Na originated from China, with a long established history of 2000 years. One of the pioneers of Qingdao Child Tui Na, Tian Chang Ying has conducted 2 tests utilising Traditional Chinese Medicine principles.

The first test involved stimulating the acupuncture points of the spleen. It was discovered that doing so will aid the stomach in promoting gastric contractility. There will also be enhanced secretion of gastric acid and increased levels of pepsin. All these result in an improvement in the children’s appetite.

The second test is to stimulate the nerves of points so that the child can sleep soundly.

Both tests confirmed that 2 thousand years of Chinese medicine theory is consistent with the theories of modern science. In summary, the two major strengths of Child Tui Na benefit the both the spleen and the nerves.

Once infants (28 days to 1 year after birth) undergo Child Tui Na, there can be early detection of potential diseases. Examples include torticollis, on the face drooping, narrow chest syndrome, inverted nipple, breast, crooked spine, umbilical hernia, O-foot, hearing impairment and so on. Early detection and timely treatment is better than a late treatment of more than 1 year.  In addition, the infants are delicate and more susceptible to colds. Furthermore, they cannot regulate their food properly yet, resulting in abdominal pain, bloating and bowel disorders. Also, they are easily frightened. If a child undergoes Child Tui Na from an early age, it can aid the child in healthy growth and development of organs, laying the foundation for a healthy life throughout their lifespan.

Preschool children (age 3 to 6 years old) are exposed to television, computers, video games, etc., which easily affect their vision. An eye care massage can prevent myopia and improve their eyesight. It is recommended that such blindness prevention measures begin when the child is still in preschool.