NATRAHEA – 360 Healthcare Service Provider via Circle of Healing

NATRAHEA 康愈源 is the pioneer in Asia to engineer the Circle of healing philosophy centered on three main pillars of healing – Chiropractic, Functional Wellness, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). NATRAHEA curates personalized wellness programs catering to all individuals. In addition, NATRAHEA also provides health supplements from Neu3Plus to complement one’s dietary intake. By taking a holistic approach to health and healing, NATRAHEA helps individuals to find balance and harmony in their body externally and internally, thus restoring the body’s natural healing power.

Circle of Healing Specialists are a team of accredited physiotherapists, chiropractors, and TCM physicians to provide holistic pain management solutions, helping individuals to improve their quality of life and overall wellness.

What is Chiropractic?

This centuries-old practice has gained popularity in recent years among people seeking alternative therapy for pain relief. Chiropractic care addresses spinal misalignment due to poor posture, injury, and other imbalances in the body by making specific and precise adjustments. As such, neurological flow in the body could be properly restored.

What is Functional Wellness?

Functional Wellness empowers individual with the knowledge and resources to take control of their health, that included therapeutic stretches, rehabilitative therapy, exercises and, many other therapies. Functional Wellness offers a natural and long-term solution that helps to improve one’s strength and flexibility, guiding one to establish a wellness routine that works.

What is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory posits the concept of qi, which is believed to be the vital energy that flows through the body. TCM encompasses several therapies such as acupuncture, tuina, or cupping with the aim to harmonise qi in the body, and thus restore proper function of the body.

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