Acupuncture and Chinese medicine uses the system of channel pathways and acupuncture points to address muscular skeletal disharmonies in the body. When Qi and Blood are not flowing smoothly, pain and discomfort occur. Acupuncture aims to restore the free flow of Qi and Blood within the channel system of the body and to reduce pain.
Cupping, tui na (Chinese remedial massage), moxibustion, electro-acupuncture and gua sha may be utilised during treatment to restore the flow to Qi and Blood to the muscles. Acupuncture treatments tend to have a cumulative effect, meaning that with each treatment, the improvements will grow. Reasons people seek treatment from health professionals include:
- Tennis elbow
- Golfers elbow
- Back pain (acute and chronic)
- Neck pain
- Injury recovery
- Frozen shoulder
- Plantar fasciitis
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Not sure if acupuncture can help? Call or message Jacinta and she can give you advice on whether acupuncture is right for your particular condition.
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