Contact us to make your appointment
Using Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, massage & cupping, our holistic approach offers you and your body a great chance to heal itself.
We are conveniently located in Stafford, with easy street parking available to all patients.
You can contact us on our clinic number 3357 3205, or contact us through the contact form below.
Acupuncture had been identified as a useful treatment for over 100 conditions according to a recent research paper (1). This paper is somewhat of a watershed for acupuncture. It looked at all available gold-standard research available to us and found that acupuncture was effective or had the potential to positively effect over 100 conditions.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us to see if we are able to help you on your road to health.
This is where the getting to know you process starts. Nothing intimidating, just some question and answer time regarding your current and past health issues, along with what you’d like to achieve from your experience with us.
We’ll give you honest answers, helping where we can, and suggesting complementary therapists or medical professionals (for x-rays, ultrasounds etc) when required.
If you’re just wanting some body-mechanics, then we can spend less time talking and more time working on your body.
You will receive acupuncture and perhaps some cupping and massage. An important aspect of our treatment is sustaining your acupuncture treatments over the course of weeks to months to years through the use of Chinese herbal medicines. We use both pill and granule forms of Chinese herbs.
Most people leave feeling very relaxed and appreciate the time out
Try to make sure that you’ve had a bite to eat within the past few hours. Don’t come in with a completely empty stomach.
Importantly, John is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency in the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture categories. This means that he is qualified to prescribe and mix Chinese herbal medicine, as well as practise acupuncture.
- McDonald J, Janz S. The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Revised Edition). Brisbane: Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine