Sydney Acupuncture Clinic

It’s wonderful to hear our clients say “Ah, the Acupuncture treatment is so relaxing!” after they experience our services. So why don’t you come and experience it for yourself.

Stepping off busy Crown St and into our clinic you will notice our calm atmosphere and the relaxing environment that we have created really is.

People have enough stress from work, relationships and life in general. Think of our clinic as your healing sanctuary.

Our treatments allow you to recline on the comfortable treatment beds where you will start to relax while listening to the tranquil music, facilitating your body for a power nap as the body recharges.

Our centre specialises in treating a range of conditions including pain, sports injuries, stomach problems (like IBS), chronic fatigue, infertility, insomnia, stress, skin problems and problems for which western medicine can’t seem to find a solution.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. It treats and prevents diseases. It helps to maintain your health.

Many people ask us how it works.

In Chinese Medicine theory, the body is governed by Qi and blood. Qi and blood flow through meridians and organs. Our diet, environment, emotions can influence the flow of Qi and blood. When they are blocked in the meridians and organs, problems manifest and symptoms occur.

Needles will manipulate Qi and blood. So your body will recover and maintain your health.

Some people are wondering do we needle the nerves to make it work. No, we don’t needle nerves.

We put needles in acupoints to activate Meridians. The human body has 12 main meridians and many other small meridians. It works really well on human body. I think that is a reason why it has been around for thousands of years. After it arrives in Australia, Chinese medicine develops very quickly and very well.

Different bodies will respond to the treatment differently due to different constitutions. That is why when you are having a treatment, some of your points may feel pain. Some may feel numb, or sore, or tingling.

Some people who haven’t tried our treatments may be scared of needles. They worry it will hurt so much because they experienced the western injection.

There is no way to compare the Western injection needles and the acupuncture needles. The needles we use are very fine, just like your hair. So when we put the needles in, you probably won’t feel anything. Or maybe you will feel a little sting. Not like the injection, that is painful… You need to be able to distinguish the pain between needle insertion and acupuncture sensation. After the needles are in your body, you’re supposed to feel numb, tingling, sore, pain or electricity. If you don’t feel anything, generally it didn’t hit the right point or activate the Meridian.

Most people can’t distinguish the difference the first time. But the more treatments you have, the better you can tell and you know you will get good results after the treatments.

Another big reason why acupuncture becomes more and more popular is that it doesn’t have side-effects. I think it is a big concern for Western medicine.

Acupuncture is so widely used for internal problems: constipation, bloating stomach, insomnia, stress, anxiety, acid reflux, metabolism problems (weight loss), etc.

For external problems: sports injury, muscular pain, muscular tightness, tennis elbow, etc.

Gynecology: period pain, irregular period, infertility, menopause, etc.

Cupping

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) cupping is a method of applying acupressure by creating a vacuum on the patient’s skin.

The therapy is used to dispel stagnation—stagnant blood and lymph, thereby improving qi flow—to treat respiratory diseases such as the common cold, pneumonia and bronchitis. Cupping also is used on back, neck, shoulder and other musculoskeletal conditions.

It produces feeling of relaxation and invigoration.

In practice, cups are normally used only on softer tissue that can form a good seal with the edge of the cup.

They may be used singly or in large number to cover a larger area.

They may be used by themselves or placed over an acupuncture needle. Skin may be lubricated, allowing the cup to move across the skin slowly.

Depending on the specific treatment, skin marking is common after the cups are removed. This may be a simple red ring that disappears quickly, but more aggressive treatments can result in deeper bruising. In general, the longer a cup is left on, the more of a circular mark is created.

Usually treatments are not painful, but relaxing.

Massage

Chinese massage therapy is the generic term used for all tissue and manipulation techniques currently used in China.

It not only includes the manipulation of external skin, muscles, tendons, joints, nerves and fascia but also the internal organs and Traditional Chinese Medicine internal systems.

Like all traditional Chinese medicine, it was primarily used as a preventative treatment but now is more commonly used to treat injuries and diseases. It primarily focuses on improving the structural alignment of the body and treating soft tissue injuries. Like acupuncture it can also correct any deviant functions of the internal organs, nerves and joints.

It is divided into six different schools of instruction.

Jie Gu is the manipulation and resetting of broken bones.

Zheng Gu is the manipulation and realignment of bones, vertebra and joints.

Tui Na focuses on external tissue manipulations such as adjustment of muscles and tendons.

Gua Sha is used to regulate febrile and pathogenic conditions such as Common cold, fever, excessive heat trapped in the skin causing rash and pimples.

An Mo focuses primarily on internal visceral regulation, concentrating directly on the treatment of specific internal diseases.

Zhi Ya is used for channel and internal organ regulation. It is acupuncture using finger techniques to promote Qi and blood circulation, balance the bodies Yin and Yang energy, tonify weak organs, clear the meridians and expel pathogenic factors.

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