Some other treatment modalities that are often used in TCM and may be appropriate depending upon the individual are:
Chinese Herbal Therapy
TCM Dietary Therapy
Qi Gong (exercises both bodily and breathing/meditation)
Cupping: special suction cups applied to large areas such as the back. Most people think this feels wonderful; it generally leaves a round red mark afterward which is painless but can look dramatic (well-known athletes have made this treatment famous).
Tui Na: Chinese meridian massage; there is no deep-tissue or heavy pressure here – it is an energetic massage meant to address the channels under the skin where the Qi flows. Acupressure is derived from tai na.
Moxa therapy: gentle heating of particular points with the herb Ai Ye known for moving qi through its warmth.