Castlemaine Chinese Medicine

Castlemaine Chinese Medicine
233 Barker St
Castlemaine VIC 3450

Servicing area: Castlemaine, Victoria

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Daniel uses a combination of acupuncture, cupping and massage to promote energy and blood flow in the body. Many musculoskeletal conditions such as lower back pain, tennis elbow and frozen shoulders respond well to this approach.

Castlemaine Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture, cupping moxibustion and massage



According to Chinese Medicine there are three substances that circulate in the body: Blood, Body Fluids and Qi. The last of these is often translated as energy. Acupuncture works by stimulating the flow of all these substances but especially that of Qi.

Chinese Medicine believes that Qi travels through meridians or lines of energy across the limbs and connects with the inner organs. By stimulating points on the meridians blockages can be cleared as well as stimulating the internal organs.

Does it hurt? Most people are surprised how little they feel when needles are inserted. Acupuncture needles are extremely fine. A guide tube is used to allow for very rapid insertion, quickly passing the nerves that lie on the surface of the skin.

Only sterile disposable needles are used in the clinic.

Moxibustion is the burning or a Chinese herb above an acupuncture point. This gentle warmth helps the body to strengthen. It has been shown have a wide range of uses from helping with the pain of arthritis to assisting in the turning of breech babies during pregnancy.



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About Castlemaine Chinese Medicine

Daniel is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Agency (AHPRA) as both an Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.

Castlemaine Chinese Medicine - Chinese Herbal Medicine

The clinic stocks both prepared and raw herbs. The raw herb dispensary consists of around 150 powdered herbs that can be combined to tailor make formulas to suit individual cases.

Castlemaine Chinese Medicine - In the clinic

The underlying intent of Chinese Medicine is always to promote balance and harmony within the body, and between a person and their environment, so sometimes discussion will include diet, exercise and lifestyle.


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Castlemaine Chinese Medicine