Chinese Acupuncture is a key component of the practice of Chinese medicine and is the most respected of the traditional health systems. It has achieved widespread acceptance as an effective form of health care across the globe, including formal recognition by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Dr Cui has spent many years in Melbourne honing the particular skills of acupuncture required to treat a wide range of women’s and men’s health issues, including reproductive health and fertility with Chinese medicine and acupuncture. It involves the insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific sites (‘Acu-points’) along the body’s meridians. The needles are generally retained for about 25 to 30 minutes and are disposed of when removed.
The stimulation of the reproductive, endocrine and neurological systems is aimed at ensuring an internal environment that supports reproductive health, fertility, healthy conceptions for women and men.
For women, Acupuncture could not only assist to stimulate the body’s ‘happy hormones’ (Endorphins), provide natural pain relief and ease anxiety, but also stimulate the normal flow of energy (Qi) through the body, provide a relaxing, drug-free and highly effective approach for restoring mental, physical, emotional and hormonal balance. (Source: Click Here)
There are many benefits to taking part in our Chinese acupuncture therapy at our Melbourne clinic.
Many physical conditions respond significantly well to single acupuncture therapy that could manage symptoms of women’s health issues; such as IUI or IVF Acupuncture, headaches, migraines, abdominal bloating, period pain and back pain. However, in cases such as female or male infertility, endometriosis, miscarriage, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), irregular periods, abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids, insomnia or depression, menopausal symptoms (hot flushes, night sweating, poor concentration) and etc, it is necessary to have regular visits to manage the symptoms. According to NCBI publication, acupuncture combined with five elements of music could reduce the severity of depression in female patients.
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