Acupuncture and Remedial Massage Therapy in Melbourne CBD

Fisiocrem

Fisiocrem solugel is a natural solution to complement your therapy and is available in this clinic.
It contains a special combination of natural plant extracts well known for their beneficial effects in providing relief from the symptomatic pain and aggravation associated with common muscle, joint, and soft tissue trauma.
The ingredients are – Arnica montana (especially assisting recovery from bruising). Hypericum perforatum ( St John’s Wort )
Calendula officinalis ( topical anti-inflammatory )
Malaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil )
Fisiocrem is suitable for use with children and pregnant women.

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Acupuncture helps symptoms of Lung cancer

 AACMA members newsletter – spring 2013 – Breaking news:

Research shows Acupuncture  helps symptoms of Lung cancer

A group of Canadian researchers has conducted a study that shows , for the first time, that acupuncture may be effective for relieving many symptoms that Lung cancer patients experience.

‘The most commonly reported symptoms are pain, depression, anxiety, nausea and poor well-being’ the researchers said.

‘A clinically important improvement ….was reported by 61% of patients for pain and by 33% for well-being,’ the researchers said.

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Ear candling

Ear candling

Ear candles have been used traditionaly in Asia as well as by the Indians of North and South America. This special knowledge has been brought to Europe from the Hopi people, the oldest Pueblo tribe. Ear candling is offered in this clinic, here you can see how ear candling is applied…..www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVMvws9v5v0

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Chinese Medicin…

Chinese Medicine may hold the key to treating diabetes
According to a media release of University in Queensland – Traditional Chinese medicine could be a key weapon in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, a joint international study has found. Researchers , including the University of Queensland ‘s Dr Sanjoy Paul and Peking University’s Professor Lilong Ji from Beijing, have found that conventional drugs were significantly more effective when used alongside traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
The paper is published in PLOS One. Visit: http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0056703

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