Acupuncture For Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is com­monly very dif­fi­cult to resolve. However, Japanese acu­punc­ture treat­ments can be extraordin­ar­ily effect­ive and the cur­at­ive effects can be long last­ing.

Pulse Diagnosis In Acupuncture

Pulse dia­gnos­is can really help me determ­ine the heal­ing pro­cess that needs to occur, wheth­er there is sports injury involved, exhaus­tion or ill­ness.

Acupuncture For Sports Injuries

Japanese Acupuncture is an ancient and incred­ibly power­ful meth­od for treat­ing sports injur­ies, includ­ing ankle sprains. torn muscles, and broken limbs.

Acupuncture For Anger Release

Someone asked, “Can you use acu­punc­ture for anger release?” I will answer this ques­tion here and also explain how Japanese Acupuncture works to release anger.

Acupuncture For Nausea

Acupuncture for naus­ea is very effect­ive because of the abil­ity of acu­punc­ture treat­ments to restore bal­ance in the body.

Acupuncture For Muscle Spasm

In this post we dis­cuss the per­spect­ive of Japanese Acupuncture and explain how acu­punc­ture can relieve muscle spasm.

Acupuncture For Sciatica

In many instances, using tra­di­tion­al acu­punc­ture for sci­at­ica can help immeas­ur­ably in reliev­ing the sear­ing pain and dis­com­fort of sci­at­ic nerve irrit­a­tion.

How Does Acupuncture Work?

During my 25 years in prac­tice count­less people have asked me how acu­punc­ture works and you may also have pondered upon this ques­tion, before, dur­ing or after your acu­punc­ture treat­ment. There is no short answer, over 3500 years of recor­ded his­tory and mil­lions of suc­cess­ful treat­ment out­comes only serve to emphas­ize the clin­ic­al effic­acy and diversity of […]

Traditional Japanese Acupuncture — What is the Difference?

If you believe that qual­ity is a vital aspect of life as is your health and well­ness, please read this art­icle. The situ­ation regard­ing Medical prac­ti­tion­ers, Physiotherapists, Massage prac­ti­tion­ers, in fact all shapes and kinds of health prac­ti­tion­ers and the prac­tice of Acupuncture in Australia is ambigu­ous to say the least. The use of dry […]

Rhythm of Life in Traditional Chinese Medicine

As in the West the passing of time is not­ated by the allot­ment of the sea­sons. The obser­va­tion of nature and the abil­ity to relate it to the human con­di­tion is an incred­ibly insight­ful science/philosophy foun­ded by the fore­fath­ers of tra­di­tion­al acu­punc­ture in China, thou­sands of years before the birth of Christ! This science/philosophy has […]