The Bare Hands Doctor - Master Tim Wong

14 Meridians - The Invisible World of Anatomy

Could an Ancient Chinese Medical System be the Key to Your Good Health

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, or surgical operations. 

For many years now, Master Wong has been treating people with 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 Although it is an ancient method, it is never out-of-date because the human body remains the same. Based on the Theory of 14 Meridians -  originally 12 Meridian Channels and Energy (or pressure) Points plus two extra Channels - the practice of Tui-Na worked then and continues to work now. 

Master Wong has spent many years putting the Theory of 14 Meridians into a simple, easy-to-understand, and useful guide for Western healthcare practitioners such as chiropractors, massage therapists, physiotherapist, shiatsu practitioners, reflexologists, and other complementary bodyworkers. The guide is designed to help Western healthcare practitioners understand and implement the Theory of 14 Meridians into their practice.

Following the Theory of 14 Meridians, Master Wong has achieved the highest results of treating people‚Äôs common problems such as pain in the neck and shoulders, frozen shoulder, elbow problems, serious back problems, and sciatica. This is why Master Wong wants to share this information in order to help bodyworkers treat their clients effectively and positively. 

To heal a problem is not as difficult as people think. It is not a secret. It is simple and easy, once when you understand what Master Wong calls the "Invisible World of Anatomy" and how to use the energy points within the 14 Meridians System to treat and heal the body.