About Acupuncture

Acupuncture at its finest.

This Ancient Chinese Medicine Involving the insertion of extremely fine filiform needles into specific points of the body may look daunting, but it’s actually incredibly beneficial to your wellbeing. Developed over 2000 years ago, this treatment causes minimal discomfort and encourages bodily healing and pain relief.

The Westernized version of this holistic medicine was developed with the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology, and pathology in mind. We use your acupuncture points to produce a desired mechanical or physiological effect to the surrounding tissue, in order to promote balance, healing, and relief.

How it Works

Easy Procedure Treatments

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We use acupuncture in addition to traditional physiotherapy for the added benefit to our clients. We use it to relax muscles so that you may achieve a better stretch, or to reduce pain and inflammation.


What They Say

Acupuncture FAQ

Acupuncture Frequently Asked Questions

In contrast to those used for pharmaceutical injections, the needles utilised in this procedure are quite thin. Although there is some pressure as it pierces the skin, there is no discomfort after it enters the muscle.

Numerous ailments, both acute and chronic, can be treated with acupuncture. It can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, arthritis, tendonitis, and others, as well as digestive issues, migraine headaches, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, allergies, and asthma. Each person’s demands will determine how many sessions they need, as everyone responds differently.

Eastern medicine that involves several needles is called acupuncture. Endorphins, which are organic brain chemicals that aid in reducing pain perception, are released as a result of their insertion. In addition to boosting blood flow and stimulating muscles and nerves all over the body, acupuncture is used to help relieve pain.