Acute Acupuncture: Moxibustion


Moxibustion is a heat therapy that takes aspects of Yin Yang theory where using cold and hot is a form of treatment to counter pathological Qi that manifest in the body as hot or cold.

Your traditional Chinese Medical practitioner will take dried mugwort and place this over Acupuncture points or areas of the body to add heat.

At Acute Acupuncture we generally use smokeless MOXA (moxibustion) or the use of an infrared heat lamp. This is primarily used in cold conditions where no heat is present and brings warmth or heat to the Acupuncture point or body area. 

 

Moxibustion is best used in conjunction with Acupuncture, Tuina, Auriculotherapy, herbs and cupping.


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Your treatment doesn’t end when you walk out the door and recovery and aftercare are essential aspects of your treatment and recovery

Restoring the body’s natural balance through the insertion of very delicate needles into strategic points located on and around the body

Medical Massage techniques using stretches, pressure points, and joint rotations, which may be beneficial in the management of any pain or ailments
Cupping involves the use of small glass cups and the use of a heat sourceis similar to a deep tissue massage
Herbs are the pharmaceutical aspect of your treatment, which may help to support patitaints clinical outcomes
Ear acupuncture where the external surface of the ear is stimulated with a maximum of 5 Acupuncture needles or ear seeds in each ear
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