Acupuncture has long been administered over the centuries to remedy chronic imbalances within the body and to maintain natural harmony.


Taking a holistic approach to therapeutic medicine based on the ancient Chinese philosophy of ‘yin and yang’ which keeps the constant flow of energy balanced, the healing technique not only provides effective relief to a wide range of symptoms to the immune, endocrine, cardiovascular and digestive systems but also chronic pain in the musculoskeletal (back, shoulder and neck) regions.

Additionally acupuncture counteracts other recurring conditions including migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension (essential and primary), nausea, inflammation and sprains, post-operative pain and emotional depression following a stroke.


After the body’s imbalances are identified, a very fine sterile needle is gently inserted into the various trigger points and segmental regions. The acupuncture needles instantly begin promoting the natural self-healing process of the body and the alleviation and therapeutic management of pain.

Other acupoint stimulation techniques may be considered to further enhance the healing effects including cupping, heat therapy and remedial massage. The practitioner will determine the best approach for your condition.

Throughout the process patients will experience minimal or no discomfort and enjoy instant relief at the end of the 45-60 minute treatment. Subsequent treatments may be recommended to counteract chronic conditions and maintain general well-being.


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Traditional Chinese medicine is based on an ancient philosophy that describes the universe and the two opposing forces known as ‘yin and yang’.

In our bodies, the life energy called “qi” – or pronounced chee, flows along a network of channels known as “meridians”. When the flow of our energy becomes blocked or there is an inadequate supply of “qi”, the disruption leads to an imbalance of harmony, as well as muscular pain, dysfunction of the organs or illness.

Consequently, the application of the fine acupuncture needles will release the blocked “qi”, evoking the body’s natural healing response.

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