Acupuncture services in Bibra Lake, Yangebup, and



History and Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been used as part of the normal health care system in China as long as 2500 years ago. This medical practice therefore dates back to the time before Christ.

People tend to use medical treatments if they produce beneficial results. This explains why Acupuncture continue to be used today.

The Theory behind Acupuncture

The basis of the theory behind acupuncture is that energy flows have a pattern (Qi) flows through the body and are essential for good health. When this flow is disrupted this can lead to disease and other health problems. Acupuncture health professionals believe that acupuncture corrects the flow at points which are hard to identify just below the skin.

What does Acupuncture do?

Acupuncture stimulation triggers the release of beneficial hormones and theoretically it is believed can serve as a mood stabilizer, many people in Australia turn to acupuncture to stabilize their nerves and have found it to help their depression, many people prefer such treatment rather than use of drug induced stability by suppressing the symptoms that cause the instability in the first place.

What can Acupuncture treat?

Acupuncture has a long history to show it is effective in treating nausea and vomiting in Adults following surgery or taking chemotherapy and also dental pain after a dental operation. Acupuncture is also used in the treatment of many other medical conditions.

There are many conditions that are treated using acupuncture including to stop smoking tobacco and other such substances and it can also be used for treatment of nerve damage after a stroke.

There are many health issues relating to acupuncture that have come to the forefront in recent years , fears about the  possible spread of disease by the use of acupuncture needles, poor hygiene and such issue, make sure your acupuncture health professional is properly trained and that the needles used are sealed and guaranteed to be sterile. Referrals is the best guide to finding the right person to help you.

We recommend that you take advice from your medical health professional like your GP before undertaking any acupuncture treatment. For more information check out


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