How can acupuncture help?
For thousands of years acupuncture has been used to provide many health benefits and treat a wide variety of conditions including:
- Migraine and headache
- Hayfever, sinus issues
- Eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions
- Joint pain, neck and back aches
- Sleep problems and fatigue
- Depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress
- Constipation, bloating and other digestive issues
- Menstrual problems, too heavy, painful, irregular etc
- Menopausal symptom such as hot flashes and joint pain
- Pregnancy related conditions such as morning sickness, carpal tunnel, hip pain, reflux and labour preparation
- Aids in recovery of sprains and strains.
- Can speed recovery from stroke
- Aids clients through cancer treatment side effects such as chemo induced nausea and fatigue
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What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture points are located all over the body including the scalp and the ear. Point selection may be local to your condition and may also include points elsewhere on the body.
In addition to acupuncture, your treatment may include herbs, moxibustion, cupping, massage and dietary advice.
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Acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment method throughout pregnancy
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Acupuncture can be extremely beneficial for both partners for improving fertility and conception success.
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Does acupuncture hurt?
I aim not to hurt my clients however, some points are more sensitive than others. With these you may feel a small prick.
Is acupuncture covered under medicare?
No. It is covered under private health insurance. Check with your insurer for cover and rebates available.
How many treatments will I need?
This will vary depending on what needs addressing. short term issues generally can be resolved in 1 to 2 sessions. Something that has been a problem for years may take longer to treat.
What if I am afraid of needles?
Many people are afraid of needles. Acupuncture needles are quite small and often painless. Acupressure is an option for those with a serious phobia. To be honest however, my fingers hurt far more than the needles do. Most people find they can handle being needled, particularly when they don't see them.