Professional Acupuncture Clinic in Melbourne

15 years experience treating body and mind

Welcome to Rescue Acupuncture

Located in Brunswick with easy access to public transport and parking available

Japanese Style Acupuncture is a hands on, practical healing treatment. Japanese acupuncture use a combination of fine needles and moxibustion to heal the body.

Why use my Japanese Acupuncture?

  • Most importantly the practice of acupuncture is effective for many conditions
  • Japanese style acupuncture has a gentle nature using super fine needles and warming moxibustion
  • Back pain, shoulder pain, Elbows and Knees are common physical conditions I have experience treating
  • Digestive complaints respond well to acupuncture as does Anxiety and Depression.

History of Japanese Acupuncture

Like many of the cultural gems that left China, medicine too made its way to Japan. However in Japan there developed a stronger emphasis on Moxibustion techniques as well as a cultural bias for thinner, less invasive needles.

Acupuncture is a holistic medicine based on the elegant foundations of Taoism. It actively defines the world through Yin and Yang, as well as through its relationship with the Five Elements.

In 1929 the Sorei School opened with its famous catch cry, ‘return to the classics’. The meridian school of acupuncture that started in Japan also studies heavily the Classics of acupuncture and it is from these classics that we have developed this traditional style.

Japanese Acupuncture is a gentle practice because of the use of extra fine needles and specialized techniques. These have been developed to minimize any discomfort.

Mission Statement

Rescue Acupuncture endorses an integrated approach, combining sage advise with effective Medicine.

Rescue Acupuncture endorses a combination of in-depth medical theory and practice in both Western and Eastern Medicines.

Rescue Acupuncture aims to always adopt techniques for safer and better treatment.

At Rescue Acupuncture I always do my best to explain my treatment approach, what I believe is the problem and how I might be able to help.