Pain management

Acupuncture can be an effective strategy to help manage pain and stress associated with joint movement and function (1).

We use very fine needles at specific acupuncture points on the body to stimulate Qi flow improving range of motion over time. Acupuncture may help to reduce inflammation and regulate the release of neurotransmitters responsible for pain.

1. Acupuncture for Pain Management: Molecular Mechanisms of Action

Common areas of concern
Pain treatments can be administered to any area of the body.

Back pain

Lumbar and sacral pain are common problems that can occur at any age. Pain may be felt in the lumbar region, the sacrum, the coccyx, the discs and muscles. In addition to your regular GP appointments, we offer pain management strategies to help manage symptoms and support your recovery.

Lumbar and sacral pain are common problems and can occur at any age.

Joint pain

Pain is commonly felt in hip, elbow, shoulder and knee joints through either degradation or injury. Unfortunately, this pain is extremely common, often requiring surgical interventions to reduce pain and increase mobility.

Using Meridian theory and placing acupuncture pins in appropriate areas around the body may assist to help reduce inflammation, stress and pain associated with joints and movement.

Private health rebates may apply.

Digestive issues

Initial consult


Up to 90 minutes
per session



1-hour per session

Herbal formula

Extra cost

All other recommendations are included in the consult.

Private health rebates may apply.