Acupuncture can be used for treating conditions such as aches and pains, headaches, migraines, neck and shoulder pains, back pains, sciatica, women’s health, balancing hormones, PMS, heavy/painful periods, increase fertility for both male and females, pregnancy, ease labour, breech babies and many other conditions that are outlined on the website. For relieving pain Our slogan: “Instant Effect”. For any other ailments you normally feel better after each acupuncture treatment.
All of our practitioners have many years experience in the use of acupuncture to treat our patients. We will have you feeling better in the shortest time possible. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine are extremely successful in the treatment of a multitude of conditions. Many people try Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a "last resort" to serious and complex medical problems and find that it can help them when other treatments could not.
Here at the Chinese Treatment Centre, in the Canberra suburb of Turner we have several massage therapists that can provide a variety of massage services. Our practitioner will consult with you to provide the ideal massage treatment. Chinese massage (Tuina) is an excellent remedial massage therapy that uses a variety of hand techniques and soft-tissue manipulation. This will result in relaxed muscles and relieve pain. This massage can be used to complement an acupuncture treatment.
We use Chinese herbs based on the holistic principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Chinese herbal medicine is backed by thousands of years of proven history in treating patients. The herbal medicine is used to complement treatments such as acupuncture and massage. At the Chinese Treatment Centre in Canberra you can purchase Chinese herbs. We have over 300 different Chinese herbs which we source from reputable companies in Sydney and Melbourne.
This treatment is used to promote blood circulation and incorporates the use of a herb which is burnt on or close to the body. It is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which uses a herb called Moxa, commonly known as Mugwort. The herb is rolled into cigar-shaped herbal sticks, which are lit and then held over acupuncture points.