A holistic approach to your overall wellbeing
We have a long-held a passion for supporting clients to get the absolute best from their bodies. Symptoms of disease may often manifest as a result of the body’s state of balance not being as good as it should be. Our guiding principle dictates that when the body is harmonious internally, it has no reason to express pain, discomfort or stress externally.
Through in-depth consultation, we’ll work with you to ensure a thorough understanding of any issues that need to be addressed, before a highly-tailored treatment plan is developed. Plans typically include aacupuncture sessions combined with Chinese herbal medicine, alongside a number of other techniques often recommended in addition. These might include cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, food therapy, exercise and other lifestyle-related tactics.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture are two separate approaches to your health that have long been intrinsically linked. Properly utilised alongside one another, each may complement and enhance the benefits experienced.
Our expansive knowledge of herbal medicines combined with our thorough diagnostics process helps us correctly determine the right combination of these treatment options to effectively achieve your desired health outcomes.
Problems with the gut may often mean prolonged periods of discomfort. Acupuncture has proven itself as an effective adjunct treatment for the many acute and chronic conditions that may impact on your digestion.
From IBS to Crohn’s disease, reflux, bloating, indigestion and issues with appetite, acupuncture aims to restore balance within the digestive system. By nourishing vital organs, reducing stomach inflammation, speeding up the metabolism and returning stomach acidity to normal levels, painful symptoms might be alleviated.
What’s more, Chinese Medicine has the potential to identify the underlying causes of gut problems, equipping clients with the knowledge needed to take further steps towards maintaining a healthier digestive system in the long-term.
Blood flow is essential for the transportation of ‘feel-good’ hormones around the body. Improved or increased blood flow may cause muscles to relax, reduce the feelings and impact on the body of stress and anxiety, while generally lifting your mood. In turn, this may effectively help to combat sleep disturbances and insomnia.
The Dana Point of Difference
By understanding the important roles both Eastern and Western medicines can play in modern day health care, we are in the strongest position to develop strategies that will optimise all aspects of your wellbeing
Phone: 0413 619 205
Location: 1/74 Kooyong Road, Caulfield North, 3161
Schedule of Fees: View Here
Monday: 10am - 7pm
Tuesday: 1pm - 8pm
Wednesday: 8am - 1pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 8am - 1pm
Saturday: 8am - 1pm