What you might not but perhaps should know about Japanese Acupuncture

I really want to communicate to you the diversity of Japanese acupuncture treatment. Many patients are under the mistaken impression that acupuncture is only good for relieving pain, musculoskeletal problems and fertility treatments. I would just like to recount 5 short case histories to help … [Read more...]

Exercises for patients – Neck and Shoulders

Japanese Acupuncture therapy can include needling, moxa, massage, exercise and lifestyle advice. There are many simple and beneficial exercises that you can learn yourself and then teach to your patients that improve the mobility and strength of joints, rejuvenate energy, calm the mind and build … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Healing Potential

One of the greatest challenges facing me as a practitioner of Japanese acupuncture is effectively communicating it's clinical diversity and power. I believe the best way to do that is to inform you about some of the clinical case histories and challenges confronting those seeking treatment to … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture V Dry Needling

I write this post on this significantly wet winter morning, the ocean continues to rage with wind torn waves and whitewater exploding randomly, relentlessly pounding the foreshore. This week I presented two very different workshops, one for the physiotherapists with whom I work in Brisbane, the … [Read more...]

Effective Japanese Acupuncture Diagnostic Protocols

Japanese Acupuncture diagnostic protocols can be incredibly effective in assisting to fine tune treatments to suit the individual patient and their current condition. There is no question in my mind that the most vital aspect of effective Traditional Japanese Acupuncture treatment is what we know … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture, Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and Chemotherapy

Greetings from Rainbow Bay on a Magnificent Summer Sunday morning, Even at 5am today (that is just light), the surf was crowded, whilst the waves are of significant of size and proportion, I find it somewhat difficult to enjoy the level of aggressive behavior required to snare and surf a wave when … [Read more...]

Exploring Acupuncture Part 2

G'Day, This short video may help you to navigate your way through the 21st Century with less anxiety and stress. I have posted this video mainly for the benefit of my patients but I hope that all readers might benefit. This extremely simple breathing technique was taught to me some years ago by … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture for Health and Vitality

Hello , I hope you and yours are enjoying good health and soaking up some of our new found spring warmth. Have you or do you know someone who has been suffering with or struggling to recover from a bout of the flu? If Traditional Japanese Acupuncture is effective for elite athletes under immense … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and Deep Vein Thrombosis

G'Day, Hope all is well in your world. Whilst the video in this post concerns Japanese Acupuncture treatment to assist  Neville's recovery from adult onset Chickenpox and subsequent Deep Vein Thrombosis, it is with awareness and respect for the strength and power of orthodox medicine and … [Read more...]

Traditional Acupuncture Provides Pilot with Welcome Relief from Tinnitus

Glen is a senior pilot with Qantas and has been flying for more than a quarter of a century. He enjoys robust health, a rewarding career and a loving family. The only blip on Glenn's radar is an insidious condition known as Tinnitus (ringing in the ears). For several years the ringing in Glen‚Äôs … [Read more...]