EMAIL -ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT & CONSULTATION

November 20, 2019

The Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SITCM) invites you to book a personal acupuncture treatment today!

At SITCM we offer a range of traditional Chinese medical treatments to help treat a variety of health issues. Acupuncture is a safe and effective means of sustaining a healthy body in a multitude of different ways. The procedure itself dates back over 2,500 years and has been used to diagnose, prevent, and treat disease, as well as improve your health in general. The traditional idea involves the modification of your body’s natural energies through specific channels. Using finely sharpened needles, the acupuncturist will target specific areas of the body to alter your natural energy currents. Modern medical science has shown the process to be effective in treating a number of health issues including:

  • Pain problems such as migraines, aches, joint conditions, menstrual cramps, etc.
  • Chronic pain diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, osteoarthritis, etc.
  • Emotional stress for sufferers of anxiety, PTSD, stress, or depression.
  • Digestive issues such as nausea, vomiting, or irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Respiratory conditions including sinusitis and asthma.
  • Fatigue or addiction.
  • Rehabilitation for victims of a stroke.
  • General well-being

Full consultations are included with the cost of your appointment. This ensures the quality of your treatments by allowing us to pinpoint the exact needs you and your body have. Acupuncture sessions can last anywhere between 20-60 minutes depending on the treatment objective. Traditional Chinese herbs may be used to enhance the treatment as well.

Those with bleeding disorders or who are taking blood thinners should check with their doctor before scheduling acupuncture. The most commons side effects of treatment are bleeding and/or bruising at the sight along with minor pain and soreness. The vast majority of cases have proven to be completely safe and according to international studies, there are no known cases of post-acupuncture infection.

Vist us here to learn more and book your appointment today.