Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a popular and effective healthcare system based on ancient principles which have a history of effectiveness spanning nearly 3000 years. Nearly three million Australians visit Chinese Medicine practitioners every year.

Acupuncture is a treatment modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine, in which very thin sterile needles are inserted at specific points on the body to stimulate Qi (氣 life force) and the central nervous system, which in turn releases chemicals into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain causing beneficial physiological effects, as well as promoting the smooth free flow circulation of energy, blood and fluids circulation in order to restore the harmony and balance in body and mind, to promote the body's natural healing abilities, promoting physical and emotional vitality, health & well-being.

In recent times there is an growing body of evidenced-based clinical research which shows that Traditional Chinese Medicine, including Acupuncture, safely treats a wide range of common health complaints. Clinically it has proven, high success rates for numerous health problems, with the great benefit of being a drug free therapy with virtually no side effects.

Acupuncture needles are sterile, single use and disposable, they are so thin that the insertion is painless, see FAQs.

Acupuncture is widely used for a variety of health issues ranging from 'internal problems', such as insomnia, constipation, bloating & digestive issues, insomnia, stress, anxiety, acid reflux, period pain & issues, menopause and so on, as well as for 'external problems, such as sports & Martial Arts injury, muscular pain, tennis elbow, stiff shoulders & neck, various musculoskeletal problems, frozen shoulder, sprains, strains and so on.

Regular Acupuncture treatments can also be used as a preventive measure, to reduce the risk of disease or injury, maintain a strong immune system, and to stay as healthy as possible.