During your acupuncture sessions, you can expect a gentle and calming experience. Our practitioners will take the time to understand your health goals, address any concerns, and create a customized treatment plan to support your individual needs.

At All for One you can rest assured you are in safe hands with only the most qualified and experienced practitioners. Our practitioners are registered with private health funds and accredited with AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association) and AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)

What do we treat?

1. Women’s health conditions:
PCOS
Endometriosis
PMS
Irregular or painful cycles
Reproductive health

2. Pre and Post Partum:
Breech babies
Birth preparation
Birth recovery
Breastfeeding and milk production
Mastitis

3. Pain conditions:

Arthritis
Neck, shoulder or back pain
Headaches/Migraines
Postherpetic Neuralgia

4. Digestive Health concerns:
IBS
Reflux
Chron’s disease
5. Mental Health concerns:
Stress relief
Anxiety
Depressive mood management
Chronic pain

For a full assessment and treatment plan book an Initial consult with one of our Acupuncturists here 

Acupuncture

'The body has the ability to heal itself, acupuncture simply helps the process along'

What is acupuncture and what does it do?

Acupuncture is a modality of Chinese Medicine used and developed over thousands of years and
tested for its efficacy and treatment relevance in clinic. It is traditionally explained in terms of
balancing Yin and Yang and restoring flow to the energy channels of the body which responds to
various organ systems. Modern scientific understanding interprets acupuncture effects through
various physiological mechanisms:

1. Activation of the Central Nervous System:
The insertion of acupuncture needles activates sensory receptors in the skin and muscles.
This information is then transmitted to the central nervous system (spinal cord and brain),
influencing the release of various neurotransmitters and hormones which include
endorphins, modulating pain signals and inflammatory cytokines.

2. Regulation of the Autonomic Nervous System:
Acupuncture has been shown to influence the autonomic nervous system, which controls
involuntary bodily functions such as heart rate, digestion, and respiratory rate. This can
contribute to the overall balance of the body’s physiological processes.

3. Improves blood flow and microcirculation:
Acupuncture may enhance blood flow and improve microcirculation at the site of needle
insertion. This improved circulation can contribute to tissue healing and the resolution of
various health issues.

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