Acupuncture for neck pain


Acupuncture for back pain


Acupuncture for shoulder and other joint pain


Acupuncture for for elbow and other joint pain


Acupuncture for knee and other joint pain


Acupuncture for headacehs, migraines, and all stress related issues

Acupuncture or Dry Needling?

As the law currently stands almost anyone can insert needles into your body; so long as they do not call themselves Acupuncturists, or infer that they are. That is a fact.

We now have a plethora of dry needle therapists. They are not registered Acupuncturists - hence the use of the term dry needling. Their training can be as short as a weekend course. Yes! Some do more, most do not. That is a Fact.

A Registered Acupuncturist has a four year degree or its equivalent. She or he cannot call themself an Acupuncturist if they do not have this minimum qualification and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Agency (AHPRA). That is a Fact.

When you are choosing your Acupuncturist you need to make sure he or she is a registered Acupuncturist. How do you do that? Check the AHPRA Practitioner register and/or check the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) register.

Make sure you are in safe hands, consult a registered Acupuncturist.

Contacting Me


Wednesday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am - 12.00pm


0419 375 596


109 Eyre Street
Ballarat, 3350

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