Acupuncture is the solution for whole body health & wellbeing.
Acupuncture aims to restore balance on all levels.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a wonderful integrated health care to treat the whole body not just the isolated symptoms, to ease pain, heal and recover, balancing your body for overall health and vitality. Acupuncture and TCM have been used successfully for many thousands of years, working with a profound pathway to restore balance on every level. It’s a timeless bridge that can initiate and support change, healing and growth in any and all levels of this life’s dimension: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
Your first visit will consist of a detailed case history, physical assessment and some treatment. Treatments may include any of the following techniques; Acupuncture, Moxabustion, Cupping, Nutrition and Herbal Medicines, Exercises, Tuning Forks, Magnets, Ear Seeds, Gusha, Tuina, Electro Acupuncture and Home Care.
A follow up appointment will consist of catching up on any changes, a physical assessment and treatment.
Please bring your ACC45 number on the day of your first visit or apply for one from your GP.
First visit (60 mins)$105
Follow up (45 mins)$85
ACC Initial Visit Surcharge $40
ACC Follow-up Surcharge $35
Cupping (30 mins)$59
Cupping (45 mins)$79
Chinese Herbal Consultation (TCM) (45 mins)$69
Tuina (30 mins)$59
Tuina (45 mins)$79
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Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I receive acupuncture?
The number of treatments required depends on yourself as an individual and the nature of the condition. Normally you might need Acupuncture once or twice a week at first although some conditions may need less frequent attention. At other times the sessions can be very successful and you may only need one or two treatments while for others the effects are more subtle and they may need treatment over several months.l skin types, including dark skins.
Will it hurt?
Most clients don’t feel the insertion of the needle. Some people describe this as a little electrical shock and some feel it more like a cramping or tingling sensation.
If you are not keen on the use of needles, acupressure and other techniques such as moxabustion, cupping, nutrition and herbal medicines, exercises, tuning forks, magnets, ear seeds, gusha and tuina can be applied during your treatment, following the acupuncture principles.
Should I let my Doctor know that I am receiving acupuncture treatments?
If you are receiving treatment from your doctor it makes sense to let him or her know about your plans to have Acupuncture. The Acupuncture may enable you to reduce or even stop taking some forms of medication but your doctor should be consulted regarding any change of prescription.
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