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Lilli Ho - AACMA Member
AT A GLANCE
- Registered Acupuncturists
- Safe and Effective Treatment
- Individualised Holistic Healthcare
- For Preventive Health and Enhanced Well Being
- Drug Free Pain Relief
Acupuncturists - equal partners in health care.
AACMA-accredited acupuncturists are primary-contact health care professionals. Acupuncture is a nationally-registered profession (under Chinese medicine) and practitioners are educated in Acupuncture theory, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment as well as the biomedical sciences. For safety, quality and ethics in practice, choose an AACMA-accredited practitioner for that added layer of assurance.
What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an integrated system of primary health care - one of the world's oldest health systems. It involves stimulation of specific acupoints along the body's meridians to correct imbalances in your body's flow of qi (life energy). Qualified acupuncturists may also use related therapies such as moxa, cupping and remedial massage. Go to the AACMA website for more information on acupuncture.
How can acupuncture help me?
Acupuncture provided by a qualified acupuncturist is safe and effective for a wide range of health conditions - from acute & chronic pain, musculoskeletal problems, gastrointestinal and ENT disorders, gynaecological problems, sports injuries and neurological conditions to ailments such as common cold and influenza, headache & migraine, cough, allergies & immunity, insomnia, anxiety and stress.
Can I get dry needling from an acupuncturist?
Dry needling is a form of acupuncture focusing on pain management. Acupuncture is more than pain management and qualified acupuncturists are able to treat a wide range of acute and chronic health conditions. It adopts a holistic approach to understanding disease processes and focuses as much on the prevention of illness as on its treatment. So see an AACMA acupuncturist for pain management.