Acupuncture, Bodywork, Chinese Medicine & Pilates

AcupunctureChinese Medicine and Bodywork Therapy can help you in some way. Perhaps with a problem you have, to maintain your health, support your exercise, care for your body or balance your mind.

Menstrual irregularity, fertility, Period pain.
Postural issues, sports injuries, & pain.
Stress & related conditions.

Acubody therapies are integrating an up to date understanding of fascial anatomy and postural dysfunction, biomechanics and movement training with the Chinese medicine systems of acupuncture and herbal medicine to deliver you optimal care. We always see the person as a unique individual and listen to your needs, we blend the approaches used specifically for your care.

Acupuncture, Bodywork, Chinese medicine, Pilates

Acute or chronic



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Acupuncture research & news

Acupuncture and womens health (2014)

"... acupuncture may improve menstrual health and coping for women experiencing delays falling pregnant. There is experimental data showing that acupuncture can influence female reproductive functioning, although the actual mechanisms involved are not yet clarified."

Systematic review supports the use of acupuncture for arthritis (2014)

"The use of acupuncture is associated with significant reductions in pain intensity, improvement in functional mobility and quality of life."

Cochrane review finds acupuncture is useful for migraine and headache prevention 

"Available studies suggest that acupuncture is at least as effective as, or possibly more effective than, prophylactic drug treatment, and has fewer adverse effects. Acupuncture should be considered a treatment option for patients willing to undergo this treatment."

Acupuncture found to be as good as counselling for depression, and both better than standard care

"both interventions were associated with significantly reduced depression at 3 months when compared to usual care alone."

Meta analysis finds acupuncture effective for chronic pain

"Acupuncture is effective for the treatment of chronic pain and is therefore a reasonable referral option. Significant differences between true and sham acupuncture indicate that acupuncture is more than a placebo."