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.
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Your first visit will consist of a detailed medical history and ailments specific to you. This is followed by a physical assessment of the tongue and pulse to get a representative reflection of superficial and deep organs. Following this is the initial treatment which may include any of the following techniques; Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Fire Cupping, Nutrition and Herbal Medicines advice, Exercises, Magnets, Ear Seeds, Gusha, Tuina, Electro Acupuncture and Home Care. These treatments will be based case by case, by evaluation of the practitioner and communication with you about your needs and comforts.
These techniques are also available as separate services.
A follow-up visit will consist of feedback from you on the last session, and any changes noted between the sessions followed by a brief physical assessment and then treatment agreed on by you and the practitioner.
Your GP or physio will have referred you for treatment, meaning that you should have an ACC45 claim number to represent your case. We can add you to our system at either the Initial consultation with the referral paperwork set out by the referee, or by bringing along the ACC claim number, Date of injury and Date of birth (these can also be acquired from you on booking either via the notes section in online booking, or over the phone).
Each ACC claim has a 1 year claim cycle, with a maximum of 16 sessions over a 12 month period.