Amy is clear: “Acupuncture is awesome as it understands you in your entirety.” Ok, we admit she is a little biased. But hear her out:
Chinese medicine and acupuncture understand you as a whole in which the emotional, physical and psychological are intrinsically linked. So treating one inevitably has effects on the others. This is great, because you can come in for knee pain but also leave feeling relaxed, happy and calm, as well as hopefully having an excellent result with your knee.
It is through linking all these aspects of your health that Amy will treat you in your entirety: as a person with a life story, not just a collection of symptoms – a truly comprehensive health care. Through this balancing of all aspects acupuncture can help you reach new exciting possibilities in which you can make change and transform old patterns. Acupuncture often unlocks your physical, emotional and psychological blockages and imbalance, so you can experience a new level of potential, health and happiness. Isn’t this what we all want? Yep. And this is why Amy absolutely LOVES what she does!!
Amy is a is a registered Traditional Chinese medical practitioner (herbal medicine and acupuncture). Did you know that in Australia, acupuncture is a registered health profession?
Acupuncturists – just like medical doctors, physios or osteopaths – are government accredited through the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA) and must undergo a minimum of 4 years study- to hold a tertiary degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Acupuncturist in Australia are some the most highly qualified acupuncturist in the world as Australia is one of only a few places in the western world where Acupuncture requires a degree and is registered health profession.
Amy believes that Traditional Chinese Medicine offers truly holistic solutions which have stood the test of thousands of years. Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most commonly used systems of healing in the world. Originating over 3,500 years ago, it has become increasingly popular in the west and globally.