Pain Management Clinic

Services

Plant Medicine

Plant medicine is a natural medicine made from plants. It's becoming more recognised for its ability to help with chronic pain and other chronic health issues. It has unique ingredients called cannabinoids, like THC and CBD, that work with our body to help us feel better. Our independent medical practitioners can prescribe it to treat problems like chronic pain, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and nausea from chemotherapy. It's a helpful option for people who need relief from chronic health conditions.

Services

Medical Acupuncture

Medical Acupuncture relies on practitioners' skills with in-depth knowledge of the nervous system's channels. We have unwavering faith in this treatment option. Professional membership in the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC) ensures that our qualified independent doctors have access to the education and resources they need to provide high-quality acupuncture treatment to their patients.

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Low-level laser therapy

Low-Level Laser Therapy utilises specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue and help accelerate the healing process. It can be used on patients who suffer from various acute and chronic conditions to help eliminate pain, and swelling, reduce spasms and increase functionality. Our Laser Pain Management Clinic is a distinctive and specialised therapeutic choice for you to get rid of chronic pain.

The three main benefits of Low-Level Laser Therapy

01

Pain relief

Temporary inhibition of nerve conduction in nerve fibers.

02

Tissue repair

Rapid regeneration of skin, muscle, tendons, ligament, bone, and nerves.

03

Resolution of inflammation

Leading to effective, lasting pain relief & return to function.

What conditions can be helped and improved with Acupuncture?

The list is exhaustive, but below are a few common conditions:

Allergies, Asthma, Sinusitis.

Migraines / Headaches.

Joint Pain: Back Pain / Sciatica, Neck Pain / Stiffness, Hip Pains, Different Joint Osteoarthritis, Knee Pains, Shoulder Pain / Shoulder Bursitis, Jaw Pain, Elbow Pain. Hand / Wrist Pain, Ankle Pain.

Mental Health: Insomnia, Anxiety, Depression.

Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Addictions, Constipation, Sexual Dysfunction, Post-Operative Recovery, Palliative Care.

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Discover how LLLT and Acupuncture can transform your life. Step into the realm of advanced healing and let us guide you to a life free from pain and boundless well-being. Your health, our passion – let's make every step of your wellness journey extraordinary!

FAQs

To obtain plant medicine, you typically need a prescription from our qualified medical practitioner.

It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider to determine if it’s a suitable treatment option for your specific condition and individual needs.

It penetrates the skin with specific wavelengths of light, triggering cell photochemical reactions, leading to reduced inflammation, pain relief, and enhanced healing.

The treatment regime is straightforward, painless, and perfectly safe. LLLT has minimal side effects and emits no harmful radiation.

Rest assured, LLLT poses no risk of developing skin cancer from laser beam exposures. Our experienced professionals will assess your suitability for LLLT to ensure your safety and well-being.

Certain medical conditions may warrant caution with LLLT. Our skilled team will carefully assess your circumstances to provide the most appropriate care.

Acupuncture is safe if done by a licensed and experienced practitioner.

The acupuncture treatments are painless. Hair-thin needles used in acupuncture don’t hurt like hypodermic needles. Patients often fall asleep and relax on the table.

There are no side effects, and the safety of acupuncture is a significant benefit to patients.

Acupuncture is ofteIn acupuncture, disposable, stainless steel needles are used to stimulate the body’s 14 major meridians, or energy-carrying channels, to resist or overcome illnesses by correcting these imbalances.
n used as a complementary therapy alongside conventional medical treatments

Needles are inserted at body acupuncture points. Needles are usually put below the elbows and knees, depending on the disease. Another prevalent place is the back, belly, and ears.