Scalp Acupuncture

Scalp Acupuncture

Did you know that scalp acupuncture can be effective in the treatment of many neurological disorders including recovery from stroke, automobile accident injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and other disorders affecting the Central Nervous System?

Scalp acupuncture differs from Traditional Chinese Medicine in that needles are inserted into specific regions of the scalp that correspond directly to the Western understanding of brain function as opposed to the Traditional Chinese method of acupuncture where needles are placed into acupuncture points along the energy channels or meridians.

Lateral Surface of the Stimulation Areas - a diagram of head showing areas of acupuncture stimulation for stress relief

Scalp acupuncture can affect central nervous system functions such as motor activity, sensory input, vision, speech, hearing and balance. It is therefore beneficial for all kinds of pain – back pain, neck pain, facial and head pain, phantom limb pain etc.

It can also help with problems of unco-ordination, walking difficulties, abnormal sensations of the limbs, general movement of the limbs and even paralysis.

Scalp acupuncture can also influence the endocrine system. It can assist in hormone imbalance and internal organ dysfunction such as bladder and bowel disorders including incontinence.

Above all else, scalp acupuncture can rejuvenate, revitalise and nourish the body’s organs, cells and tissues by increasing energy and blood flow to the brain thus leaving the recipient both energised and relaxed.

Cammeray Massage and Acupuncture signboard on Miller St footpath by Maggios advertising remedial and sports massage therapists, TCM massage therapists, HICAPS health fund approved, open 7 days by appointment.

Massage Prices

(from 03/07/2023)

Half Hour: $75

One Hour: $110

One and a Half Hour: $170

Acupuncture Fees

Session: From $99 


List of HICAPS funds that will rebate remedial massage therapy

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