The Bare Hands Doctor
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Master Tim Wong, The Bare Hands Doctor, is dedicated to relieving your pains and aches through natural therapeutic massage. With over twenty years of clinical practice, he bases his treatment modalities on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and delivers exceptional client care through Tui-Na, or acupressure massage, one of the three systems of Chinese Medicine.

Master Wong employs unique therapeutic techniques to alleviate a wide range of conditions such as headache, migraine, back pain, sciatica, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and sports-related injuries. He specializes in both chronic and acute conditions, striving always to treat the root of the problem as well as its symptoms. With client care as his primary goal, he also offers routine body maintenance treatment designed to strengthen body and mind, promote natural healing, and prevent future issues.

Based in Dallas, Texas since 2005, Master Wong counts among his clients famous celebrities, such as Richard E. Grant, Cate Blanchett, Glenn Close, and Saskia Reeves.

read more › Tim Wong is a Master of Chinese Massotherapy (Tui-Na). He began studying Tui-Na in the late 1960s in his native Hong Kong where he learned tai-chi and qi-gong. In the late 1980s he began his practice in London, England where eventually he had two private clinics and a massage school. His private clients have included the actors Richard E. Grant, Cate Blanchett, Saskia Reeves, and Glenn Close. He has also worked with film companies, providing Tui-Na massage to cast and crew on location. Similarly, he provides on-site massage to company staff, supporting businesses in their efforts to promote employee health and wellbeing.

read more › After working with human body for over 30 years, I can confirm that arthritis isn't an ailment of just the elderly. Many younger clients in their teens and 20s have been effected as well as adults in their 30s and 40s. Strangely more women seem to suffer from arthritis than men. Symptoms include joint pain on the neck, fingers, knees, hips and groin. The level of pain often increases with changes in the weather. Why is this? Arthritis is a joint disorder and can impact big joints - like hips and knees - as well as small joints - like neck and fingers.

read more › Master Wong's office is located in Commerce Plaza Hillcrest at the southeast corner of Hillcrest Road and LBJ Freeway (I-635). Entrance to the parking lot is off of Hillcrest Plaza Drive. Look for the digital display outside the building. His office is located on the east side of the building. Enter through the east or south entrance. If you are unable to location Suite 111, please call Master Wong at 469.544.1115. The best way to contact Master Wong or to schedule an appointment is to call or text him at 469.544.1115.

read more › China is probably the earliest country to have developed its own medical system. In traditional Chinese Medicine there are three major clinical treatments: Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture Moxibustion, and Tui-Na Massage. It is unclear which treatment was used first. Some say the first Emperor of China, Fu xi or Ox Tamer, used a stone needle on his own body to achieve a therapeutic effect. Others claim that Shen Loong or Divine Farmer, the second Emperor of China, tasted hundreds of plants and grasses and used them to treat illnesses.

read more › Tui-Na combines acupressure, clinical massage, and manipulation of the body and energy points to eliminate pains and aches, to promote the harmonious flow of energy, and to encourage natural healing. Direct contact with the skin is essential for the Tui-Na practitioner to detect what is underneath the skin; to determine the condition of the body, its temperature, tenderness, changes in color; to test blood and Qi flow or obstruction; and to promote and transfer energy to the patient. No oils are used during treatment.

read more › In Traditional Chinese Medicine the belief is that 50% of diseases and illnesses are caused by emotional problems and stress. These problems can directly influence our circulation and chemical balance, thus leading to the functional disturbances in our organs. Emotional changes can cause stomach and gastric disorder, stress can cause liver problems manifesting as headaches or migraine, while grief can give rise to lung problems that may trigger an asthma attack. Other medicine may be able to treat the symptoms but to deal with the root of the disease is another matter.

read more › Despite many years of so-called medical advancement, many of us continue to experience the failure of Western medicine's ability to provide comfort for or correction of our pains, aches or physical problems. Western medicine's solution is either painkillers, injections, invasive procedures or surgical operations. For many years now, Master Wong has been working with people using Tui-Na, a natural modality and one of the oldest methods of Chinese medicine. Although it is an ancient method, it is never out-of-date because the human body remains the same.

read more › When the Yin and Yang of a body fail to balance, or a disorder occurs in an organ, there are often signs on the surface of the body; this is called internal pathological change and external manifestations. The basic Chinese organic examination methods comprise four ways and eight principles. These ways and principles are employed by acupuncturists and herbal medicine doctors, however, Tui-Na doctors employ additional techniques in order to examine external symptoms, understand internal dynamics, and arrive at a diagnosis and treatment methodology.

read more › The following testimonials are 100% genuine and from Master Wong's clients and students in England and the United States. Contact information has been removed to protect the individual's privacy. If you wish to contact any of Master Wong's clients to learn about their experience or gain more details, please send us an email. We will then request permission to release additional information.

read more › The Body Maintenance Program (BMP) is a hands-on, oil free, direct-contact treatment which was devised in 1995 by Master Wong in London. It was specifically designed to recondition the body, relax the mind, and to aid in maintaining health and enliven the body. Working in conjunction with the meridians and pressure points system, this systematic bodywork program provides a deep form of stimulation and elevates energy levels. It combines compression and decompression, and utilizes stretching and rotation of the joints.

read more › One thought instead of many thoughts, your mind should be concentrating only on what you are about to do. Concentrate on each breath you take and every move you make. Ignore any noise or distraction, continue with the practice as if the distraction had not been seen or heard - when you can do this, you are one step towards harmony in mind and body. Breathe naturally, inhaling and exhaling through the nose. Place the tip of the tongue on the roof of the mouth and close the mouth gently. Breathing should be slow, deep, gentle, and even.

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