enlightenedDr Ferry  Faro Dias 2 e 6 de Outobro - Albufeira Dias 3 e 5 de Outobro.

Caros clientes, a Clínica Verde fechou a localização atual em Montenegro.


Os serviços continuam em Faro e Albufeira.

Dr. Ferry Cornet está apenas trabalhando a tempo parcial, as informações estão disponíveis na internet e através de nossos números de telefone.

 

www.clinicaverde.com e telemóvel 916 107 610 / 917 062 917 mantêm-se inalteráveis.

 

Os serviços clínicos passam a ser prestados nas seguintes moradas:

 

Albufeira , Clinica Pacifico,  Rua Alexandre Herculano, Conjunto Ria Formosa, no. Q-R/C, Areias de São João (Oura), 8200-271

Atenciosamente, Dr. Ferry Cornet


enlightened Dr Ferry  Faro bookings 2 and 6 October - Albufeira bookings 3 and 5 October.

Dear clients, Clinica Verde closed at Montenegro, services continue in Faro and Albufeira.

Dr. Ferry Cornet is working part time, information is available on internet and through our regular phone numbers.

 

www.clinicaverde.com and phone remain as is 916 107 610 / 917 062 917

 

Our services continue at the following addresses:

 

 


Greetings, Dr. Ferry Cornet


 

A question I frequently get is 'what can I do myself?'

For most of us, it's difficult to find the time to do even the most simple task or exercise..

My advice is to force the time now to create more time after.

We all can make the time if we really want to...only a few minutes a day can make a big difference in 2 months! 

Start today! 

Ferry Cornet

 

Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. Francis of Assisi
 

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TCM is comprised of acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, massage, exercise and dietary therapy. With a history of 3000 years, TCM developed into a modern tool for Medicine and nowadays used by a quarter of the world's population.

TCM is based on the concept of Qi (pronounced Chee) which is the life force or vital energy. Qi is the living force that serves to warm us, protect us from external pathogenic factors, promote the functions of the body and hold our organs and tissues in place.

TCM is also based on the idea of yin and yang. These terms refer to a conceptual framework that comes from observing and analysing the natural world. They relate to an opposite, but a complementary relationship between phenomenon.

Examples of yin/yang are cold/hot, night/day, dark/light. In traditional Chinese medicine, there must be a harmonious balance between yin, yang, and a smooth flow of qi throughout the body for good health to exist. A disharmony between yin and yang and a disturbance in the flow of qi may result in disease.

The goal of traditional Chinese medicine is to guide the body back into balance. Traditional Chinese Medicine is holistic; it treats the whole person (mind, body, spirit), not just the illness.

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