Chronic conditions

We now offer affordable acupuncture through medicare

edit: 1st December 2016

All acupuncture appointments are now covered by Medicare. You no longer need to specify when you call up that you need a Medicare appointment. If you are registered with Medicare, then your acupuncture appointment is covered and will only cost you $30 out of pocket regardless of whether it is an extended or normal length appointment. Your rebate will pay for the rest.

*Please note: Saturday morning appointments are Private only.
There is no […]

Acupuncture and Fertility

Going through the process of having a child should be a joyous and exciting period for a couple. For many it is, but for  others it may a become long, laborious and highly stressful process. Doing the rounds of medical professional after medical professional can become very wearing on both the couple as a unit, as well as the couple as individuals. This is where acupuncture can step in.


Growing amounts of research claim that acupuncture […]

What can acupuncture treat?

As an acupuncturist I so very often hear this one question – what can acupuncture treat? Acupuncture can treat very many things. The World Health Organisation website has a review and analysis page of it. This is where I have gleaned my data for you in my first ever little infograph. I hope you enjoy!

And the source of this infographic is: WHO – Acupuncture: Review and Analysis […]

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the treatment of Alopecia (Hair Loss)

Alopecia is the unexpected experience of hair loss leaving the skin bald. There is generally no antecedent of associated inflammation or symptoms. It is a chronic condition which may occur at any age. Sometimes the condition may spontaneous resolve. Often there are relapses. It can be of great concern to patients for cosmetic and psychological reasons.

Common forms of alopecia

The three most common forms of alopecia are:

Hair growth cycles

To understand alopecia we must familiarise ourselves with […]

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