Translated means “push pull”. This style of Traditional Chinese medical massage incorporates techniques similar to chiropractic, osteopathic, and physical therapies. This modality is used mostly for medical purposes instead of relaxation and works to correct musculoskeletal conditions as well as internal diseases. Tui Na utilizes a variety of hand techniques, such as pushing and kneading, rhythmic compression, acupressure, and passive or active stretching in order to relax muscles that are putting unwanted stress on underlying tissues, organs, and bony structures in order to restore correct anatomical relationships. There is less use of oils, although medical analgesic liniments are sometimes implemented. Tui Na is typically performed with the patient fully or partially clothed.