Asian Therapies

Nabi Movement

Chiropractic and Asian Therapies located in Edgewater, NJ

Whether you’re looking for a traditional approach to support your health or want to try something new, Asian meridian therapies at Nabi Movement may be your answer. Chiropractor Daniel Han, DC, offers a variety of Eastern approaches to health at his practice in Edgewater, New Jersey. Explore how Asian meridian therapies can help you by scheduling a consultation online or by phone today.

Asian Therapies

What are Asian meridian therapies?

Asian meridian therapies are a group of traditional Eastern medicine techniques that aim to improve the flow of qi — or energy — in your body. Each technique relies on the meridian theory that your body has a series of meridians to connect every part of your body including your organs, joints, muscles, blood vessels, and skin.

When you’re sick or in pain, one or more meridians becomes blocked or inhibited, which causes symptoms. With Asian meridian therapies, Dr. Han carefully works to regulate your meridians through touch, pressure, and manual therapies in order to relieve your symptoms.

What types of Asian meridian therapies are available?

Dr. Han has advanced training in a variety of Asian meridian therapies including:


Dr. Han uses glass and plastic cups that suction onto your skin and create a vacuum to pull blood to the surface of your skin to relieve pain and discomfort.


Acupressure sessions involve the application of finger pressure to specific acupuncture points on your body.

Gua sha (scraping)

Gua sha, pronounced “gwa shah,” involves the use of small handheld tools to carefully scrape the surface of your skin. Dr. Han applies gentle pressure when performing gua sha to increase blood flow and relax tense muscles.

Tui na

Tui na, pronounced “twee naw,” means “pinching and pulling” in Chinese. Dr. Han uses his hands to apply pressure and stretching movements to your skin to relieve muscle tension.

Qi gong

Qi gong is a mind-body practice that involves breath work and a series of specific movements to calm the mind and relax the body. It’s similar to yoga and can be practiced while you’re standing or seated.

Based on your symptoms and diagnosis, Dr. Han develops a treatment plan incorporating Asian meridian therapies to help balance your meridians and allow energy to flow freely throughout your body.

What conditions can benefit from Asian meridian therapies?

Asian meridian therapies can be used on their own or in combination with other therapies, like chiropractic care, manual therapy, and physical therapy, to relieve pain and help with conditions like:

  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Tendinitis
  • Knee injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis

Discuss your symptoms with Dr. Han to learn how Asian meridian therapies can help you.

To schedule a consultation for Asian meridian therapies at Nabi Movement, use the online booking tool or call now.