|Dr Michel Gehin
D.O.M. A.P. L.M.T.
1217 White Street
Key West, FL 33040
cholera" in Chinese (more loosely, "to
scrape the fever") is an ancient medical
Gua sha involves repeated pressured strokes
over lubricated skin with a smooth edge.
Commonly a ceramic Chinese soup spoon
The gua sha technique is most commonly
used to :
. Reduce fever.
. Treat fatigue caused by exposure to
heat. (often to treat heat-stroke) or
. Cough and dyspnea: bronchitis, asthma
. Treat muscle and tendon injuries.
. Push sluggish circulation, fibromalagia.
. Treat headache.
. Treat sunstrokes, heat syncope and nausea.
. Treat stiffness, pain and immobility.
. Treat digestive disorders.
. Treat urinary-gynecological disorders.
. To assist with reactions to food poisoning.
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