Our bodies are made up of intricate networks of complicated systems that perform millions of tasks, so as you can imagine pain, injury and arthritis can be complex to treat. This is why we create treatment plans that include multiple services to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
Our industry leading therapists give you the personal attention you deserve to understand your condition then specifically design personalised treatments that evolve as your condition changes.
We take the time to understand your needs then create a treatment plan that is right for you
We help people like you everyday
Pain and arthritis can exist as a result of an injury, lifestyle choices or trauma and can present in different regions of the body. We can help you with all the things listed below and many more.
People we treat
- people with everyday pain, injury and arthritis
- people with chronic, complex and long term problems
- people who are active, fit or ‘on the go’
- people injured in the workplace
- people with repetitive strain problems
- people who sit for long periods
- people who bend, lift or are on their feet all day
- people with physically demanding jobs
- people involved in traffic accidents
- during and after pregnancy
- growing children and teens
- ageing or ailing bodies
Do you need help with?
- Back, neck or shoulder pain and injury
- Spinal problems and Sciatica
- Headaches and Migraines
- TMJ dysfunction and jaw pain
- Joint pain and stiffness
- Sprains, strains and bruises
- Torn, tight or sore muscles
- Muscle spasms and cramps
- RSI and overuse injuries
- Arthritic pain, stiffness and swelling
- Bursitis or tendonitis
- Chronic pain
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We work to identify and treat both your symptoms and their underlying causes
Acupuncture, biopuncture and moxibustion for pain, injury and arthritis
Acupuncture, biopuncture, and moxibustion have proven to be beneficial for treating chronic pain (5). Especially if you’re failing to get relief from other forms of treatment. Arthritis pain and inflammation is often the result of joint stress, trauma, overuse, and aging. However, Acupuncture, biopuncture, and moxibustion can be effective in reducing pain and improving overall joint function (1). Effectively managing this pain can allow you to experience less stress and more flexibility in your life.
Clinical nutrition exercise and lifestyle for pain, injury and arthritis
Clinical nutrition and nutritional medicine are a critical part of any strategy for reducing pain, injury symptoms, and arthritis. For example, recent studies have shown a connection between celiac disease (gluten intolerance) and joint pain (2). Your clinical nutritionist will address the nutritional, environmental, physical, spiritual, and emotional factors that may be triggering your pain or arthritis. You will receive an individualised treatment plan based on traditional food wisdom and evidence based practice.
Psychology for pain, injury and arthritis
Psychological counselling can have several benefits in the treatment of pain, physical injuries, and arthritis. Several studies have found a link between increased pain and the way we think about ourselves and our physical conditions (3). Our psychology services can provide you with strategies for dealing with chronic pain, injuries and arthritis, as well as psychological issues such as depression. Studies have demonstrated that psychological assistance can reduce the distress and pain associated with injuries and arthritis (4).
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- McDonald J, Janz S. The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Revised edition). Sunshine Coast: Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd; 2017. http://www.acupuncture.org.au.
- John Hopkins Medicine, Arthritis Centre: Nutrition & Rheumatoid Arthritis https://www.hopkinsarthritis.org/patient-corner/disease-management/rheumatoid-arthrtis-nutrition/
- Geenen R, Bijlsma J W J. Osteoarthritis & Cartilage: Psychological Management Of Osteoarthritis Pain, 2010 http://www.oarsijournal.com/article/S1063-4584(10)00075-0/fulltext#sec3
- Backman C. Arthritis Research & Therapy: Arthritis And Pain, Psychological Aspects In The Management Of Arthritis Pain, 2006 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1794518/
- Andrew J. Vickers, DPhil; Angel M. Cronin, MS; Alexandra C. Maschino, Archive Of Internal Medicine: Acupuncture for Chronic Pain Individual Patient Data Meta-analysis, 2012 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/1357513