General Tui-Na info
The ancient science of Chinese Tui-Na medicine revolves around the application of the physicianís hands to diagnose through palpation and heal diseases and illnesses with a lot of manual techniques. The Tui-Na physician will then tailor-make a treatment protocol to each person regarding the specifics of their particular situation to effect a cure. These treatments are made without the use of devices or drugs, relying solely on the physicianís hands directly treating the patientís body. A well trained Tui-Na physician will also be fast to utilize modern medical resources when present, gladly taking a patientís MRI, X-ray, biopsy, or other test results into consideration. While the average person may only conceive of such treatment methods as useful for external or orthopedic disorders, the reality is quite different.

Tui-Na vs. Other manual treatment methods
Tui-Na is also not similar to massage or chiropractic in technique and theory. On a theoretical level, Tui-Na applies traditional Chinese medical theory as a basis for treatment. Concepts of chi (chíi, Qi, or ki) energy, blood, yin & yang, and essence play pivotal roles. On a technical level, Tui-Na is far more versified and encompassing than either massage or chiropractic medicine. Massage, by and large, does not treat diseases, but rather relaxes muscle tension and increases local circulation to relieve discomfort. However, most massage systems lack the kind of comprehensive scope that Tui-Na is known for. Most massage is also unable to effectively treat disturbances in bone alignment. Chiropractic, on the other hand, while it may reliably lowers misalignments in bony structures, generally does not spend adequate time treating the muscles surrounding the bony structures before and after re-alignment. The result from this is that many people complain of a rebound effect following treatments. Tui-Na, however, treats the muscular tension surrounding bony structures in such a way as to minimize the rebound effect immediately following treatments.

Some of the external disorders that
Tui-Na can treat include:


Frozen shoulder syndrome

Sprains & strains

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Myofascial pain disorders

Low Back Pain (lumbago & back spasms)

Muscle spasms & Adhesions

Herniated disk syndromes

Tennis elbow / Golferís elbow

TMJ (Temporo-mandibular Joint disturbances)

Neck pain & stiffness

Headaches (tension headaches or migraine headaches)

Sports injuries (including martial arts)

Whiplash (car accident injuries)

Other soft tissue injuries

Some of the internal diseases that
Tui-Na can treat include:

Circulatory system disorders:

Angina Pectoris (chest pains)

Hypertension (high blood pressure)


Poor circulation (cold hands & feet)

Respiratory system disorders:


Chronic Bronchitis

Digestive (Gastrointestinal) system disorders:

Gastric / Duodenal Ulcers


Cholecystitis (gall bladder inflammation)

Reproductive & OB/GYN system disorders:


Sexual Dysfunction

Menstrual pain, menstrual irregularities

Postpartum dissociation of the pubic symphysis

Pediatric disorders:


Nocturia (bed wetting) / Constipation


Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine with over 20 yrs of clinical experience.

Serviced Areas

  • Greater Casper

Payment Options

  • Money Orders, Discover, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, Debit Cards, MasterCard, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Dr. T's Tuina - Bodywork & Manual Therapy
  City Casper, WY
  Zip Code 82601
  Address 132 West Collins Drive
  Phone Number (307) 215-6425

Business Representative

Dr. T's Tuina - Bodywork & Manual Therapy


Dr. Terry has practiced Tuina professionally since 1989 and has both a masterís and doctoral degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine with a specialization in Tuina (over 2500 hrs of training in manual therapies). He studied in the US, China and Europe and has worked directly with numerous physical therapists and chiropractors over the past twenty years of his practice. Dr. Terry completed a Tuina internship at the University Affiliate Hospital of the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Nanjing China.