Acupuncture Clinic in Stafford—Fully Registered Acupuncturists
Acupuncture is a series traditional medicine techniques that date back as early as 5,000 years ago. It is widely recognised that more formal acupuncture techniques were established by around 100 BC and have been practised to some extent ever since. These practices were spread to the West initially via Korea hundreds of years ago and experienced a surge in popularity in many Western countries in the mid-twentieth century.
Today, acupuncture in the West is becoming an increasingly popular way to treat conditions where other techniques have been unsuccessful. At AcuBalance, we provide acupuncture in Stafford and the surrounding areas for a range of different health complaints. If you have never thought about receiving this type of treatment for your condition, and you haven’t had any luck with anything else, you may be able to benefit from our services.
We are a family run acupuncturist that provides treatment to residents in Stafford and beyond and takes pride in tailoring our service to your individual needs.
If you are new to the world of acupuncture, you might be wondering what some of the most common complaints that we can treat. So we have compiled a mini-guide below:
The relaxation potential of acupuncture is one of its main misconceptions; it is intended to be a stress free therapy, and we aid its natural tendency for relaxing with music, essential oils and heat where appropriate.
Family Run Local Clinic
Our facility is proud to support the local Stafford community, and we are working hard to improve our local links continuously. Our primary focus is on your health and well-being, and will only advise you on treatment if it is right for your condition. We have many treatments that complement acupuncture to give you the very best experience, such as cupping for example, which is effective in promoting good circulation.
Our acupuncturist in Stafford, Adele, is registered with the AACMA and AHPRA associations which oversee acupuncture registration in Australia. To become a registered acupuncture therapist, Adele has gained a four-year university qualification which is a Bachelor of Health Science.
If you have never considered acupuncture before and would like to know more, this site has plenty of information regarding our wide range of treatments. Many of our customers come to us when they have tried other treatments and not had relief they desired. If this sounds familiar to you, then acupuncture could be beneficial.
0403 947 447