Acupuncture Treatments

Why Acupuncture Can Help with Pain, Infertility, Menopause, Stress, Depression and Aging Conditions

Research in 2005 confirmed that acupuncture is well accepted in Australia. That includes over three quarters of medical doctors referring patients for acupuncture every month. Acupuncture is also used in many US and UK mainstream medical institutions.

One reason for this popularity is that acupuncture can help with so many conditions. It is like giving your car a tune-up so that you can be running on six cylinders in balance, rather than running on two cylinders out of balance.

You have six pulses on each wrist which are indicators of how well your organs are functioning. The first step is to determine if any of your organs are out of balance. After that, a treatment with acupuncture needles can bring your body’s energy systems into better balance. This will give you more energy, you’ll be more relaxed, you’ll sleep better. All of that assists your natural immune system to do its job, so your body becomes healthier.

Acupuncture Treatments

Acupuncture is a system of healing that focuses on improving the overall well being of the patient. Health problems are treated by the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points. Originating in China, these points have been mapped out over two thousand years and have more recently been confirmed through electromagnetic research.

Traditional acupuncture is based on ancient Chinese theories of the flow of Qi (energy), also referred to as Chi and Xue (blood) through distinct pathways or meridians that cover the body. Acupuncture, that is inserting special needles into acupoints, stimulates and enhances the free flow of Qi, therefore regulating the harmonious energetic balance of the body. This consequently relieves pain and restores health.

Will acupuncture help with your condition?

Click here for a list of conditions that can be helped by acupuncture, then contact A Holistic Healing Centre, Ryde, NSW to ask about your specific condition.