What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an effective therapy originated from China, through the use of fine needles into specific points on the body, while in return the body responds by activating its own natural healing ability through releasing endorphins and anti-inflammatory responses. This can be used in a number of ways to positively affect your healing & well being.
What can be treated with Acupuncture?
Acupuncture has been used to treat a number of musculoskeletal injuries of the neck, shoulder, lower back, knee and ankle. It can also be used to treat internal and stress related conditions such as sleep disorders, digestive, headaches and anxiety.
What should I expect during an Acupuncture treatment?
Treatment times range from 30-60 mins and will involve inserting extremely fine needles (comparable to human hair!) into specific areas of the body, depending on the condition or injury being treated, usually placed locally around the area of pain. 90% of the time patients don’t even notice the needles going in and most will fall into an extreme state of relaxation and will leave feeling refreshed!
What is Cupping Therapy?
Cupping Therapy also originated from China and involves the use of glass or plastic cups and creating a vacuum through a suction. This creates an increase in blood circulation and promotes cell repair. This form of therapy is widely used throughout the world especially among athletes to treat and manage injuries. Cupping Therapy has proven to provide reduction of tension and increased blood circulation, optimal for healing and recovery.
Our skilled acupuncturist’s holistic approach will also diagnose and treat any underlying imbalance.
Acupuncture can provide therapeutic relief and improve a range of acute and chronic conditions:
So don't hesitate to book in with Dynamic Physio if you've suffered an injury.
Meet our qualified Acupuncturist, James.
James graduated in 2016 from New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine with a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, accredited acupuncturist by ACC and is registered with Acupuncture New Zealand to ensure the safest and highest standard of treatment.
James has a specific interest in sports acupuncture and stress related conditions such as poor sleep, gastro-intestinal, anxiety and weight management.
Since graduating, James has been involved in several hockey tournaments with North Harbour Hockey, treating and supporting athletes through their injuries and rehabilitation.
James is passionate about helping people to maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle by integrating a holistic approach, identifying and treating the root cause of injuries and disorders.