What to expect during Acupuncture Treatment – Live
Are you one of the many people that is not sure what Acupuncture actually? Sally Austin shows you live, an Acupuncture Treatment session. See what an Acupuncture treatment session involves and how this alternative natural health method is applied.
Many people have a fear of needles. These people will never consider having Acupuncture as a health treatment as a result of their fear.
Sally Austin shows the acupuncture needles, how it is applied in treatment and the feeling that you will get when the needles is applied. Let Sally help dispel any fear or uncertainty you have about having Acupuncture as a treatment in your health care program. There is nothing to fear with this treatment.
Acupuncture has been used for many thousands of years to treat many health issues, with great results. This natural health treatment, when practiced properly, provides a safe remedy that has no side effects to the person being treated. There is nothing to fear with this treatment.
Call us today if you’d like to discuss this as a health care treatment.
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Under Australian National Law, claims of efficacy of treatment are required to be made with reference to research of a high standard.
Traditionally Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years, in many countries, world wide to assist with a wide range of conditions. However, not all have evidence of efficacy that meet Australian National Law requirements.
I have therefore grouped and colour coded the conditions treated into three different areas, as follows:
*STRONG EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE EFFICACY OF ACUPUNCTURE
**MODERATE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE EFFICACY OF ACUPUNCTURE
***WEAK POSITIVE / UNCLEAR EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE EFFICACY OF ACUPUNCTURE
Additional conditions may potentially benefit from using Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, however western scientific evidence may not yet exist for these.
For current information on your individual condition, please call the clinic on 0421 411 508 or 07 3348 8131.
314 London Road
T: 07 3348 8131
M: 0421 411 508
Monday: 8am to 8pm
Tuesday: 8am to 6pm
Wednesday: 8am to 8pm
Friday: 8am to 6pm
Appointments outside these hours can be made by prior arrangement.