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Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
Member since
Oct 2006

Kallista Chinese Medicine

Phone 03 9755 1740
Mobile 0407 564 821
Address 87 Monbulk Rd
Kallista - Near Belgrave VIC 3160
Servicing Areas Kallista - Near Belgrave, Victoria

Treat what ails you the natural way, with the help of a professional Acupuncture or Chinese Medicine treatment, from the team here at Kallista Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine



What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points. It has been used in China & Japan for over two thousand years, and has been more recently confirmed by electro-magnetic research. Acupuncture stimulates the flow of qi (Chi, or bio-electric energy), regulating and balancing the body, relieving pain and restoring health. Acupuncture helps the brain to re-connect with areas of the body it has somehow stopped communicating with (due to physical or emotional trauma, overuse, etc.)

The needles used in acupuncture are very fine and acupuncture is usually a painless therapy when applied correctly. Perfect to help treat a range of health conditions and ailments, so why not give us here at Kallista Chinese Medicine a call today to organise your next Acupuncture session.


What To Expect During a Session

During an Acupuncture session, you may experience a sensation when the needle stimulates the qi. This feeling can be a tingling or a dull ache, and is different for each person and point needled. Everyone’s experience of acupuncture is different and some points are more sensitive than others. More and more, we are using Japanese style needling, which is gentle & painless, yet profoundly effective.

Laser acupuncture is an alternative to needle acupuncture and is perfect if you prefer not to have or are afraid of needles. Just ask us about this during your initial consultation or give us a call to talk to one of our practitioners.

Conditions That Can Be Treated
  • Headaches & migraine
  • Musculoskeletal – Back, neck or joint pain, sciatica, RSI or sports injuries: chronic pain conditions, fibromyalgia
  • Stress & anxiety, depression, insomnia
  • Low energy, fatigue, adrenal exhaustion
  • Women’s health – menstrual problems, hormone imbalance, menopausal discomfort, PMS, thrush, urinary tract infections
  • Fertility issues (Male & female), IVF preparation (allow 3 mths), IVF support & Acupuncture either side of implantation.
  • Pregnancy support & complications, Acupuncture during labour, post-natal recovery, pregnancy massage
  • Digestive disorders- abdominal bloating, constipation or diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, food sensitivities, high cholesterol, etc.
  • Men’s health – prostate health, BPH, libido, sexual function, fertility, etc.
  • Weight loss, diet, quit smoking, drug detox
  • Respiratory – cold or flu, asthma, sinusitis or hayfever, recurrent infections
  • Skin conditions – acne, psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, etc.
  • Autoimmune conditions

Call us on 03 9755 1755 to discuss the benefits to your health


What Is Chinese Medicine?

In Australia, Chinese medicine is a system of primary health care. It works holistically and is based on the belief that to be healthy, we must maintain or restore balance, harmony and order in our bodies.

As well as addressing your symptoms, TCM aims to get to the root of any illnesses. In contrast to other therapies, TCM advocates a preventative approach to help you stay healthier for longer. But if you are unwell, TCM may offer the unique holistic diagnosis or understanding you have been missing.


A Brief History of TCM

The origins of Chinese Medicine go back thousands of years. TCM is a complete medical system, although it does follows a different model to modern Western medicine. While it recognises the same organs and structures as western medicine does, it conceives of them in terms of functional interconnected systems, and organises them differently. For example "Spleen qi deficiency" doesn't mean there is a problem with your spleen organ, but indicates an overall digestive weakness.


What Do We Do?

A doctor of Chinese Medicine may look at your tongue and take your pulse, and ask about your lifestyle to understand what lifestyle factors are causing you to present signs of illness or imbalance.

A range of issues can impact on your health and wellbeing, with the most common including:
  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Being overworked
  • Macro elements such as the weather or environment
  • Even your emotions come into play.


The TCM doctor will be able to detect signs of all these issues and more in the consultation. The practitioner may give you acupuncture, prescribe Chinese herbal medicine, give you a remedial massage or even prescribe breathing exercises such as qi-gong.


During your consultation we'll discuss the best treatment plans for your needs, so feel free to have a chat to our practitioners about your treatment preferences.


Why Should You Give Chinese Medicine a Try?

Chinese medicine is truly holistic in its approach, with the main focus revolving around the belief that the body, mind, spirit and emotions are all interlinked. Preventing illness or disease through harmonisation with nature and balance within the body is one of the main reasons why Chinese medicine is so prevalent in the West today – it’s much better to remain healthy and feeling great than try to work your way back to health from a position of illness.



Ready to give Acupuncture or Traditional Chinese Medicine a try? Want to know more about the benefits that they can bring to your health & wellbeing? They just give us a call or click on the 'Make an Enquiry' button today to talk to one of our trained professionals


Qualifications



Kali Foster

Adv. Dip. TCM

Dip. Shiatsu

Yoga Teacher

TRE Level 2 Instructor



Ayla Broy

Adv. Dip TCM

Dip. Shiatsu

Cranio Sacral Therapist

RN



All our therapists are members of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) or other association. All TCM therapists are registered with AHPRA.
 

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Service Categories

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