Adelaide City Acupuncture Pain Clinic
89 King William Street, Adelaide, SA 5000
Acufirst Chinese Medicine Clinic
Our Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioners provide professional Chinese medical service, we are committed to look after your comprehensive health in the natural way.
The services we provide are:
Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine combined with western medical methods to treat the disorders of::
Depression, Anxiety or Stress, Headaches, Migraine, Pain Management, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Hay fever, Sinusitis etc.
Infertility or IVF Assistance, PMS, Menopausal Syndrome etc.
Cosmetological Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine:
Facial Rejuvenation or Face Lift (Cosmetic) etc.
Smocking or Drugs Addiction etc.
Functional Rehabilitation of post Sports Injury:
Strains, Sprains etc.
Stress or Bad Sleep
Knees or Joints pain
Hayfever or Sinusitis
Menopause or PMS
Infertility or PID
Head or Migraine
Strains or Sprains
Weight or On Diet
Herbal Medicine – dating back to ancient times, the use of herbal medicines have assisted people in treating a variety of illnesses. Our experienced practitioners are highly trained in the safe use of herbs to support your body's ability to maintain or regain health. Click here to learn more. Chinese Herbal Consultation: $40. Other Herbal Therapies available; fees vary according to client's needs.
Acupuncture – involves the use of fine, sterilized, disposable needles inserted along the meridians of the body. Uniquely soothing and invigorating, acupuncture combines ancient wisdom with modern innovation to promote the body's natural capacity for healing, and to release patterns of pain and dysfunction. Click here to learn more. First treatment: 30- 45 min - $60/session; Subsequent treatment: 30 - 45 min - $50/session.
Tui Na (Chinese Massage or Therapeutic Massage) – combines smooth pressure and movement to the acupuncture points and meridians of the body to promote healthy circulation, relieve tension, and harmonize the body's energetic systems. Both relaxing and energizing, therapeutic massage incorporates long flowing strokes as well as more focused pressure in areas of tightness to improve circulation, release tension from the body and decrease pain and stiffness.Sometimes combined with acupuncture.
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