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Acupuncture has been used to effectively relieve many conditions. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has published a list of conditions proven to be effectively relieved by Acupuncture.
Your progress to better health is a unique and personal journey deserving of individual care and consideration. It is a path that we travel together in a safe and supportive environment. Resolve is gained by treating the cause and the whole person, not just the presentation of symptoms.
Dr Malcolm McKay (Acupuncture)
For a Healthy Life
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we are a registered provider under most Private Health Insurance covers.
Acupuncture is not the only method of stimulating Qi. Clients who are at first concerned or anxious of needles can receive electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, manual point stimulation, Traditional Chinese Massage as alternatives to needle insertion.
Acupuncture needles are very fine and inserted into energy wells that absorb the needle stimulation without pain. Due to gentle support most clients make the transition to needle application as a personal preference.
Yes, children respond well to acupuncture. Gentle or non-invasive methods are applied.
Acupuncture has been used to treat illness and wellbeing for more than 3000 years and is a component of the Traditional Chinese system of medicine. It is the art of anatomically inserting very fine, sterile, single use needles into acupuncture points along energy channels of the body known as meridians, with the aim to relieve pain, clear energy blockages and encourage normal flow of Qi.
According to Traditional Chinese Medical Theory, acupuncture points lie along meridians where Qi flows, modern medicine may interpret this as the electrical circuit of the body.
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