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Acupunture & Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture in Newcastle

Eastern medicine is a Wellness focused system used to promote health, prevent chronic conditions and enable you to thrive. It makes sense to build good health and prevent illness instead of waiting to treat symptoms after they arise.

Acupuncture is the most popularly known branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been practised in China for over 2000 years. However, in order to remain effective, TCM has evolved over time by applying and combining ancient principles with updated methods and research appropriate for the modern clinic.

Chinese Medicine see’s the human body as a self-regulating and homeostatic organism. This means our body seeks to continually restore its own balance to maintain good health. This occurs if you have effectively performing Immune and Endocrine (hormone) systems.  Acupuncture helps to facilitate your body’s natural healing processes by improving circulation, stimulating the fascia and connective tissue, and optimizing the functional energy of your organs and glands.

Acupuncture is not only safe but effective and enjoyable when administered by a qualified physician trained specifically in acupuncture and recognized by a professional association (such as AACMA or AHPRA). At KOI Acupuncture & Eastern Medicine Health Coaching in Newcastle, treatments are held in a safe, comfortable and friendly environment. There are no side-effects to treatment and the needles used in our clinic are extremely fine, sterile and single-use which are disposed of immediately after each treatment.

Experience with the following;

KOI recommendations

Acupuncture to assist people with

  • Digestive problems  (leaky gut, IBS, reflux, constipation etc.)
  • Auto-Immune problems & Inflammation
  • Treating pain ( back pain, sciatica & nerve pain, injuries etc.)
  • Cardio Vascular & Circulation issues
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Sress, Anxiety, Depression & Insomnia
  • Pregnancy support ( morning sickness, breech or posterior babies, labor preparation & induction)
  • Sinus & Hay fever
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