Helping your body


Your body is amazing at healing itself. Acupuncture can assist your body’s own incredible function and encourage natural healing and pain relief. It’s been around a long time, because it works. Acupuncture changes the way your body perceives pain and provides a way to speed healing and modify pain signals.

So what is Western Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles into key points around the body that stimulate the nervous system to produce the body’s own pain relieving neuro-chemicals. Western acupuncture utlises meridian points but within a Western scientific reasoning with particular consideration to neurophysiology and anatomy. It does not utilise traditional Chinese assessment methods or paradigms. 

Expert, Professional and Experienced

Our physiotherapists that practise Acupuncture and Dry Needling (Trigger Point Acupuncture) are highly skilled with postgraduate qualifications, experienced and very professional. Acupuncture needles are disposable, single use, and sterilised. If you are worried about needles and pain, don’t be, most first time acupuncture patients are surprised at how comfortable the treatment is.

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