What is the herbal treatment for COPD

Dr. med. Christian Wirth

With Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) I have an alternative medical system that looks back on a tradition that goes back thousands of years. In this way I can also assess your situation from a different point of view. Many people here are familiar with acupuncture from the field of TCM.

In TCM, in my experience, it is often possible to treat diseases based on a broader perspective that are not yet detectable in Western medicine. Often these people feel “not comfortable in their own skin”, even though everything seems to be in order from a conventional medical point of view.

Thousands of years ago, traditional doctors recognized how important it is to look at people “between heaven and earth” in their overall picture. Some of the internal factors show striking similarities to the modern terms “psychosomatics”. The so-called external factors include the influences of the climate and the environment, work and nutrition.

Therapeutically, however, the focus is not only on treating illnesses, but rather on prevention through an emotionally balanced lifestyle and a diet that is adapted to the season and situation. Only when these preventive measures do not work are therapeutic methods such as acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, Tuina massages or herbal therapy used.

We would be happy to arrange an appointment for you to find out how Chinese medicine can help you.
Here you can download the questionnaire for the first TCM consultation as a PDF file.

Areas of application of Chinese medicine (TCM) are for example:

Pain conditions, orthopedic diseases:
a headache
Rheumatic diseases
Back pain and neck pain (spinal syndromes)
Shoulder pain
Tennis elbow
Wear diseases, osteoarthritis

Gynecological diseases:
Birth preparation and pregnancy support
Menstrual cramps
Unfulfilled desire to have children
Menopausal symptoms

ENT diseases:
Sinus disease (sinusitis)

Respiratory diseases, allergies, lung diseases:
Asthma, COPD
Respiratory infections
hay fever
Susceptibility to infection

Gastrointestinal diseases:
Flatulence, indigestion
Ulcerative colitis
M. Crohn
Inflammation of the lining of the stomach (gastritis)
Irritable bowel and stomach
Heartburn (acid reflux, for example, caused by acidification of the stomach)

Neurological and mental illnesses:
Consequences after strokes
sleep disorders
Fatigue syndromes