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An end to your fatigue, pain or digestive distress could be as simple as a visit to registered Chinese Medicine Board of Australia  (CMBA) Austin Therapies, where a course of Chinese herbal medicine (Chinese herbs) and acupuncture therapy could improve your health issues.

Unlike some therapies where it seems to be a never-ending revolving door of treatments and drugs, holistic therapies like acupuncture therapy and Chinese Herbal Medicine Therapy are mostly short-term, ending when the body’s imbalances have been corrected.

And because Chinese Herbs – like acupuncture therapy – work to correct imbalances and energy blocks, Austin Therapies Chinese Acupuncture Clinic Brisbane often offers these two Eastern Medicine techniques side-by-side, for patients willing to do so.

As a Chinese Herbalist, Dr Sally Austin ([Registered Acupuncturist]) of Austin Therapies has used Chinese Herbs in conjunction with Western treatment and medication to support the treatment of:

In fact, if you come in for a treatment for any of those conditions you may well be asked if you’d like to take Chinese herbs to turbo charge the results of your treatment.

And if you’d like to reap the benefits of Chinese Herbs, it is important to be open and honest with your practitioner regarding other medications you are taking to avoid herb / drug interactions.

When taken correctly, Chinese herbs can really enhance the effects of your acupuncture treatment and speed up the healing process; however they are potent medicines – there is a reason you cannot buy them in the supermarket or at your local chemist.

Used to support a range of symptoms and conditions, from the simple to the complex, please contact us today at Austin Therapies Chinese Acupuncture Clinic Brisbane and Chinese Herbalist Brisbane to see if this ancient medicine could produce a wonderful benefit for you too.

Chinese Herbal Medicine FAQs

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Contact us today at Austin Therapies, to see how the benefits of Chinese herbal medicine could have you feeling better. We are located in the Brisbane south suburb of Belmont, just minutes from Carindale, Capalaba and other close by Brisbane southside suburbs just off the Gateway motorway.