Welcome Traditional Chinese Medicine

TCM is an ancient approach to health and wellness that includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, massage, and dietary therapy. It balances the body, mind, and spirit to promote natural healing through the restoration of the body’s energy systems. TCM is a great tool for maintaining physical and emotional well-being and focuses on prevention and natural remedies. If you are interested in exploring a new approach to your health concerns, consider trying TCM.

Traditional Chinese medicine

Offers holistic care for physical, mental, and emotional conditions through acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, dietary therapy, and tai chi. Treatments are tailored to individual patient needs. Acupuncture uses thin needles on specific points to stimulate the flow of Qi. Herbal medicine uses plants and minerals. Moxibustion uses dried mugwort, cupping promotes blood flow and relieves tension, and dietary therapy recommends specific foods and habits. Tai chi is a gentle exercise for overall health and well-being.


Acupuncture is an effective Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment using thin needles to stimulate energy flow and balance to improve pain management, digestion, anxiety, and infertility.


Tui Na is a Chinese massage that targets points and pathways to stimulate Qi and blood flow. It uses kneading, pressing and stretching techniques to promote healing and relaxation. Tui Na helps with musculoskeletal issues, stress and promoting wellbeing


Acupressure applies pressure to body points to improve health, relieve pain, reduce stress, improve circulation, and boost immunity. It uses fingers, hands, elbows or devices to target specific organs or systems.


Dit dar medicine, and its medicines also known as Die Da Jiu or Dit Da Jow, is a time-honored form of traditional Chinese medicine that has been used for centuries to address various injuries and promote healing. The term “dit dar” translates to “fall and hit,” which reflects its primary application in treating trauma resulting from falls, blows, or physical impacts.


Qi Gong combines movement, breath control and meditation to balance the body’s energy. The practice uses gentle exercises, postures and visualization techniques to promote physical, mental and emotional health. It is practiced for general health maintenance, stress reduction and increased energy levels.


Moxibustion uses burned mugwort herb on acupuncture points to stimulate circulation, warm the body, and strengthen the immune system. It complements acupuncture and is effective for cold and dampness-related ailments.

Treatments in Stretford Manchester

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Ching Mo Chinese Medicine is a renowned clinic known for its expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). While specific treatments may vary based on individual needs and conditions, here are some popular treatments often offered at Ching Mo Chinese Medicine:

Breath & Stretch
Deep breaths and gentle stretches can calm the mind, reduce stress and tension, improve flexibility, prevent stiffness and soreness, increase blood flow, boost energy, aid recovery, and reduce injury risk.
Back Pain Treatments
To treat back pain, options include rest, stretching, medication, physical therapy, and surgery. Healthcare professionals can advise on the best course of treatment. Lifestyle changes, including good posture, exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight, can also reduce symptoms.
Body & Energy Balance
Maintaining a balance between energy consumed and expended is key to good health and can prevent chronic disease. Healthy habits like eating well, exercising regularly, and getting quality sleep can help achieve this balance.
Shoulder Injuries
Common shoulder injuries may cause pain, stiffness, swelling, weakness, or instability and can be due to overuse, trauma, or sports. Treatments include physical therapy, rest, anti-inflammatory medication, or surgery. Prompt medical care improves functionality and quality of life.

The Ching Mo Family has an array of interconnected websites dedicated to the practice and promotion of Wing Chun, a traditional Chinese martial art, within the Manchester, Yorkshire, North Wales, Bristol, Ipswich, and Warrington areas of the United Kingdom.

chingmo.co.uk is the original website of the Ching Mo Family founded in 1995, and chingmo.net the online web shop are central hubs, serving as primary online platforms for Wing Chun enthusiasts, practitioners, instructors, and schools to connect and share information.

The websites manchesterwingchun.co.uk which links to a Ching Mo family membership website and wingchunmanchester.co.uk which is the ladies only website set up to promote Wing Chun to females that wish to only train in this environment and applies to the Female only classes based in Manchester.

These platforms may provide details about class schedules, instructor profiles, and student testimonials, helping individuals interested in learning or practicing Wing Chun find local resources and training opportunities.

The addition of ipchingmanchester.co.uk which is the only UK Authorised Sub Association is our direct association with the late Grandmaster Ip Man, via our Grandmaster Ip Ching, the youngest son of Ip Man, the legendary figure in the world of Wing Chun and the martial arts most famous exponent.

These websites we mention are dedicated to a specific lineage or style of Wing Chun with roots in the teachings of Ip Man. We offer insights into the history and philosophy of this Wing Chun tradition.

These websites host articles, videos, training resources, and event listings, creating a cohesive online community for those interested in Wing Chun.

We also offer a tradition Chinese Medicine treatments for a variety of symptoms as well as specific martial arts injuries and advice via our Traditional Chinese Medicine website chingmo.org.uk.

We hope these websites give a valuable set of resources for any organisation affiliated with the Wing Chun community.

Our website also offers a broader perspective on Wing Chun and health, with our association school including northwaleswingchun.co.uk under Sifu David McQuillan and combinedarts.org under Sifu Marcus Watts who promote the practical and health benefits of practicing this martial art.

We also wish to promote our local comminates via our training venues like stmatthewscommunityhall.co.uk, this venue also hosts several other local services.


Tui Na



Qi Gong

Dit Dar Medicine


Master Billy Davidson



0161 950 2471 / 07831 184629


At the core of TCM philosophy is the concept of balance. It recognises that the body is a complex network of interconnected systems, and imbalances can lead to illness. Yin represents the passive, cooling, and nourishing aspects, while yang represents the active, warming, and transformative aspects. When yin and yang are in balance, optimal health is believed to be achieved.

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