Belinda Eisen Acupuncture
Belinda Eisen Acupuncture
Belinda Eisen Acupuncture
Belinda Eisen Acupuncture Services in Park Orchards and Mount Evelyn
Hollistic and natural health and well-being
It could be the long days at the office, action-packed weekends playing taxi to the kids, or the very real stress of planning a family. It might be the boot-load of groceries you carried into the house in one fell swoop – despite that niggling shoulder injury - or the hot flushes that have you running for your refrigerator and flinging its doors wide open. And if it’s not a hefty dose of period pain, it might be the late stages of pregnancy that are delivering more aches and pains than you bargained for.
The demands of female health and modern-day life prove us women can multi-task like nobody’s business. But sometimes, we all needle a little help finding the right support for our health and wellbeing.
Acupuncture puns aside, I’m serious about helping busy women just like you and me discover their best health possible. At my Park Orchards and Mount Evelyn acupuncture clinics, my treatments support women with fertility issues, pregnancy complaints, to prepare for labour, relieve menopausal symptoms, and general aches and ailments that nothing else can seem to resolve. Whatever health headache you’re tackling – no matter what you’ve tried before - acupuncture offers significant, long-term solutions. The biggest side-effects of acupuncture? Wishing you’d come to see me sooner.
If you’re ready to transform your health and wellbeing, I’m here to point you in the right direction.
(Sorry, I can’t help myself.)
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What is acupuncture and how does it work?
Acupuncture is a well-known ancient Chinese medicine-based method of treating various types of conditions. This treatment uses needles and triggers specific points on the skin. A licensed acupuncturist is required to implement this minimally invasive method and stimulate nerve-rich areas of our body. The goal is to influence the gland, tissues, organs, and other functions of the body to alleviate pain and promote natural self-healing.
The most common acupuncture method is the insertion of sterile, fine needles into the skin of a patient. Although electrical stimulation, heat, and pressure may be added to enhance the effects further. In addition, acupuncture is based on an ancient Chinese philosophy that describes the universe and the two opposing forces: yin and yang. So, when these forces are in balance, the body is healthy, but if the flow of energy is blocked, the disruption could lead to a lack of function, pain and even illness.
Acupuncture therapy can release blocked qi or natural energy within our bodies and it can stimulate our function that could lead to our body’s natural healing responses through the different physiological systems. In fact, modern research has shown that acupuncture can help the nervous system, immune and endocrine systems, vascular system, and digestive system. Therefore, this method can help resolve pain, improve digestive and sleep disorders, and improve our sense of well-being.
Benefits of acupuncture
Based on clinical studies conducted by various medical institutes have proven that acupuncture can treat various conditions ranging from musculoskeletal problems like neck pain, back pain, migraine, nausea, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and infertility.
Some studies even suggest that acupuncture can influence or help cancer and sclerosis treatment, although research for these conditions is limited for now.
Acupuncture is a worthwhile natural treatment that can be used to treat many different types of ailments, illnesses and conditions. There is a reason why this ancient method has been around for more than 2,500 years. Several notable pieces of research, as well as anecdotal evidence, help to uncover its benefits and positive effects on our body.
How can acupuncture help with various grievances?
Acupuncture can help stimulate trigger points that could release chemicals from our muscles, brain, and spinal cord. When these chemicals are released, it could naturally relieve pains from various parts of our body.
For many back pains, the points are located on the head, shoulders, neck, and upper back area. The acupuncturist will target these points to stimulate the nervous system and relieve back pain.
To relieve anxiety and insomnia, the target points may include the breastbone, insides of our wrist, and in between our eyebrows. When these points are stimulated, a chemical called endogenous opioid peptides is released in the brain and has an analgesic and sedating effects to our body. Thus, giving us a more relaxing mood so we can sleep better and be less anxious with our surroundings. Regardless of how it works, acupuncture shows excellent results with little risk and side effects.
Cosmetic acupuncture treatments
The main purpose of cosmetic acupuncture treatments is to treat various skin issues like wrinkles and fine lines, sagging, pigmentation, dryness, puffiness of skin as well as acne. With acupuncture, you will experience a softer and wrinkle-free face. It can lift sagging and increase tone and firmness in your face, as well as fade pigmentation and reduce scarring.
For this treatment, the acupuncturist will use super-fine needles explicitly made for the face, which will be inserted to stimulate muscles. It will pull the skin tighter and release tension in the face. Most importantly, cosmetic acupuncture help improve the production of elastin and collagen, which is the key to a healthy and younger-looking skin.
Also, facial acupuncture encourages better blood flow and combat dryness and revitalise soft tissue and flesh underneath our skin. Normal blood flow is essential for supplying and retaining nutrients that can improve moisture on the skin above.
Why choose Belinda Eisen acupuncture?
Belinda Eisen is a fully qualified Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist and holds a Bachelor of Health Science (Chinese Medicine). She is an accredited member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and is also registered with the Australian Health Provider Regulation Agency (AHPRA). So, when you visit either of her acupuncture clinics, which are located in Mount Evelyn and Park Orchards, you can be sure that you’re in good hands.
In fact, Belinda’s acupuncture clinics are well-known for their great patient results like better cosmetic acupuncture, improved period health, outstanding fertility outcomes, great menopausal and pregnancy support, and improved overall health for all their patients.
Belinda Eisen Acupncture believe that prevention is better than cure, so our acupuncture treatments are beneficial in treating mild conditions before they deteriorate into a chronic or more debilitating stage. That is why we urge you to try our acupuncture services and see for yourself the benefits it can provide to your health and well-being.