Acupuncture

January 12, 2020

Written by Nicolette Truscott (Chinese Medicine) Zheng Gu Shui is an invaluable adjunct to many musculoskeletal pain conditions and is one of my personal go to favourites for topical pain relief. Translated as ‘bone setting water’, this product was created in the Guangxi Province of China for the purpose of healing of bone fractures and […]

December 20, 2019

Written by Hannah Sutton Are you planning to do some jet-setting these holidays?  Do you want to avoid the dreaded jetlag?  Here is a simple and effective method you can use to reset your body clock using acupressure. What is Jetlag? Jetlag occurs when crossing time zones as it upsets the normal circadian rhythm of […]

November 11, 2019

Written by Nicolette Truscott Coming off the back of a long weekend and the silly season just around the corner, many of us may be feeling sluggish and uninspired after a period of overindulgence. And for good reason. The link between our diet, gut microbiome and many aspects of our health are being well established […]

October 30, 2019

  Written by Hannah Sutton Do you suffer from Seasonal Rhinitis or Hay fever every year?  Are you looking for a natural treatment, not only to treat your symptoms but also prevent it from reoccurring?   Chinese Medicine and acupuncture can provide you with an effective way of managing your symptoms. What is Hay fever? […]

September 11, 2019

Sex is a natural and pleasurable part of a healthy lifestyle, so when interest wanes or sexual difficulties occur, it can be confronting and uncomfortable for both you and your partner.  Low libido is very common, and is often triggered by hormonal or emotional problems.  In this article I want to unpack what can go […]

September 7, 2019

Written by Nicolette Truscott The commencement of Women’s Health Week (Sep 2nd-6th) has got me thinking about all thing’s women.  For a lot of people there appears to be a disconnect from the day to day functioning of their own bodies in modern Western culture, and the menstrual cycle is no exception.  Reflecting on previous […]

August 2, 2019

Written by Nicolette Truscott Fine lines and wrinkles got you down? Desire to glow from the inside out? Need to redefine your relationship with the idea of beauty and love the skin you are in? Fine lines, wrinkles and sagging are a natural part of aging, but one that can compromise our self-esteem and self-image. […]

July 24, 2019

Written by Hannah Sutton In the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine we take a holistic approach to well-being, placing a strong emphasis on disease prevention and health maintenance.  The ultimate goal of a practitioner is to help preserve the health of their patients through the various transitions in life and significant health events whether it […]

June 26, 2019

By Nicolette Truscott Dry needling and acupuncture both involve puncturing the skin with thin needles for therapeutic purposes. While the tools used are the same, the practices, training/qualifications, treatment techniques and philosophy are otherwise very different.   Dry Needling Acupuncture History:   Created as a therapy by Janet Travell (MD) in 1979 as a further […]

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