Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a modality that originates from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It uses very fine, sterile needles inserted at points along the meridians to regulate the flow of energy (known as Qi) and guide your body back to a state of balance. A trained Acupuncturist may also use techniques like cupping and moxibustion, or prescribe Chinese herbal formulas and dietary adjustments to optimise health outcomes for their clients.Myotherapists are highly trained professionals who employ a variety of techniques to assess and treat muscle-related issues.

What does an Acupuncture appointment involve?

An acupuncture appointment involves a thorough assessment or review of your health goals or concerns, including a reading of your pulse and tongue analysis.
Your practitioner will then begin the acupuncture treatment, and may incorporate cupping or moxibustion into the session. Treatment may also involve dietary guidance or a prescription of a Chinese herbal formula.

How often should I get Acupuncture and what can be treated?

This depends on your unique needs and the condition/s being treated, but can vary anywhere from weekly, fortnightly, or monthly!
The holistic and individualised approach of Acupuncture can help with a wide range of both acute and chronic health conditions, from the common cold to persistent gut issues, skin complaints or menstrual or fertility problems. Reach out to us if you have any further questions or want to know if Acupuncture can help you.

Benefits of Acupuncture:

  1. Holistic and individualised approach to health care.
  2. Can treat a wide range of conditions, both acute and chronic.
  3. Focuses on preventative health care instead of a band-aid approach.
  4. Low level of risks or side effects from treatment.

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