Acupuncture is very helpful for the treatment of pain such as orthopaedics, neuralgia, rheumatism or rheumatoid arthritis, headache, sciatica, and herpes zoster (shingles). It can help promote functional recovery, dredge the meridians and promote blood circulation.

Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine have auxiliary effects on sports dysfunction caused by various causes, especially dysfunction caused by hemorrhagic and ischemic encephalopathy such as cerebral thrombosis sequelae.

Timely acupuncture can help early recovery from facial paralysis, which is commonly known as “mouth and eye slant”, also named “facial nerve palsy”“Bell’s palsy” “facial paralysis” “facioplegia” “prosopoplegia” in modern medicine; it can come on suddenly, mostly with the muscles on one side of the face to droop.

Acupuncture in combination with traditional Chinese medicine has a good effect in helping to treat male diseases (including impotence, premature ejaculation, infertility) “psychogenic impotence” , ED – erectile dysfunction.In practice It breaks the traditional concept of mainly boosting kidney functions. It works well through the combination of acupuncture as the first treatment, traditional Chinese medicine to nourish the kidney, and physical exercise as the supplement.

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is described in the traditional Chinese medicine as difficulty falling or staying asleep; it is commonly seenas neurasthenia and neurosis modern medicine. It is a disease that seriously affects daily work and life.Acupuncture and Qigong meditation can work well to blend yin and yang, nourish the brain and the heart, and calm the nerves. The method has helped many patients.
Massage and acupuncture can well relieve heel pain (plantar fasciitis), achilles tendinitis;tendonitis, ankle joints pain, sprain of the knee joints, strain oflumbar muscles, waist and leg pain, wrist sprains, tennis elbow,external humeral epicondylitis, andfrozen shoulder,shoulder periarthritis etc.

Dr Yunkuo Wang, a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner in China for more than 15 years before he immigrated to Australia, was officially certified to practice as a Chinese medicine practitioner in the divisions of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in year 2012. He registered his clinic as “Live Well Acupuncture & Herbal Massage Clinic” in NSW Sydney. Clinic services include: acupuncture therapy, therapeutic massage (Tui Na), cupping therapy, Oigong healing therapy, moxibustion therapy, electromagnetic heat therapy, Guasha therapy, etc, you can get very good experiences of regimen for health preservation in this clinic.

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