Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
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Using fine sterile needles and herbs
DO YOU WANT TO TAKE A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO YOUR PAIN OR ILLNESS?
Acupuncture is just one of the techniques that comes under the umbrella of Chinese Medicine. Chinese Medicine dates back over 2000 years and is deeply rooted in considering the role of the mind and the body in the enhancement of health and treatment of illness, with a strong focus on preventative medicine. Today acupuncture is used by many people and is the subject of a growing body of medical evidence.
Acupuncturists are required to be trained to a bachelor degree level and must also be registered with AHPRA. Acupuncturists use Chinese Medicine diagnostic skills to create individualised treatment plans for pain or illness incorporating a range of therapies including a broad range of needling techniques, moxibustion (heat therapies), cupping, guasha (scraping), tuina (Chinese massage), herbal medicine and Chinese Medicine dietary and lifestyle advice. Cosmetic acupuncture is a modern use of acupuncture that continues to draw on traditional and holistic theory.
Acupuncture is typically a relaxing, enjoyable treatment with minimal (if any) pain involved.
Click here to learn more about acupuncture, Chinese Medicine or our registered acupuncturist, Sarah George.