You might feel that some questions appear unrelated to your condition but the information you give helps your practitioner to form a more complete picture of your health and lifestyle.
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Most people find acupuncture relaxing and often feel very calm after a treatment. You should refrain from vigorous exercise after treatment and, ideally, give yourself a little time to rest. It is also advisable not to drink alcohol for several hours after treatment. Acupuncture has very few side effects and any that do occur are usually mild and self-correcting. Cupping and guasha can sometimes temporarily mark the skin. Such blemishes are painless and generally clear within a day or two. Your acupuncturist will also take your pulse on both wrists and may examine your tongue and feel for areas of muscular tension or pain. Based on all the information you have given, the practitioner will make a diagnosis and put together your treatment plan, which may include lifestyle and dietary advice as well as acupuncture. Your practitioner will use very fine single-use pre-sterilised needles to stimulate specific acupuncture points on your body. Because energy meridians range across the whole body, the points used are not necessarily close to where you experience pain or discomfort. For example, if you suffer from headaches needles might be inserted in your foot or hand.
Phone: 03 9077 7307
Location: Shop 4 – Number 30, Location: Aberdeen Rd, Macleod, Location: 3085, Victoria
(Entrance is on Erskine Rd – A few doors up from the Aberdeen Rd & Erskine Rd roundabout.)