Brisbane acupuncture

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Your trusted Brisbane acupuncture studio

Helping you rest, relax and heal

The acupuncture practitioners at our Holland Park, Brisbane acupuncture clinic use a unique combination of western and eastern techniques to pinpoint and address the root imbalance and develop a course of treatment that’s unique to every one of our clients.

While we have a keen interest in pain relief, we have a wealth of experience in alleviating stress and anxiety, improving sleep, overcoming IBS and other digestion conditions, relieving hay fever and much more.

So matter your condition, schedule an appointment so we can chat about how we might be able to help.

Who comes to see us? People from all walks of life, young and old, from Holland Park and the surrounding suburbs of Coorparoo, Stones Corner, Greenslopes, Camp Hill, Tarragindi, Annerley and Mount Gravatt East.

Our highly trained and registered Brisbane acupuncture practitioners

Our Brisbane acupuncturists use a diverse range of techniques and approaches, so we’re sure we have the right therapist for you.

When you receive a treatment with us, you can rest assured you are getting the best possible care, tailored to your unique symptoms.

We go out of our way to make feel comfortable, rested and relaxed.

Nathan Francis
Nathan Francis
Nathan Francis is the owner of this Brisbane acupuncture studio and he’s also a practitioner of Chinese medicine with 10+ years of experience.

Nathan began his acupuncture journey in Brisbane in 2002, when he enrolled in a health science degree majoring in acupuncture.

In China in 2008, Nathan worked alongside medical doctors who specialise in acupuncture, where he learned a number of techniques that aren’t taught in the West.

Since then, he has remained at the forefront of acupuncture practice through professional training.

Nathan is a registered acupuncturist with AHPRA and a member of AACMA.

Margi Macdonald
Margi Macdonald
You are met with compassion, respect, acceptance, good humour and professionalism whenever you get a treatment with Margi Macdonald.

Margi is a fully accredited member of AACMA – the peak professional association for Australian acupuncturists and Chinese medicine health practitioners.

A seasoned Brisbane acupuncture practitioner, Margi is also a registered acupuncturist with AHPRA.

Wellness through balance

Our Brisbane acupuncture practitioners understand that your health is maximised through balance.

Chinese medicine holds that being healthy is a state of optimal balance, where all of your systems are working as they should.

Symptoms, such as pain or insomnia, are alerts to an imbalance that needs to be addressed in you.

Does acupuncture hurt? And other questions …

Usually, people find acupuncture relaxing. Believe it or not, but many fall asleep while having a treatment!
Acupuncture is generally considered to be safe but occasionally (as with all health treatments), may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases.

The Commonwealth Government now registers acupuncturists. Ask to see a practitioner’s qualifications and professional membership. Check that they use disposable needles.

There is a growing amount of scientific evidence showing it can help people with a range of conditions. Acupuncture is a gentle healing therapy. Each treatment builds on the former to bring about lasting change in the way Qi flows through the body, which is the key to restoring health. This is why a course of treatments is usually needed. The length of the course depends on the duration and serverity of your condition, and your constitution.
A major reason why people choose acupuncture is that it will not interfere with medications they might already be taking. Another key reason is that acupuncture can produce excellent results.

While most of us don’t cherish the thought of needles, know that acupuncture needles are very fine, so they glide into the body effortlessly. Once they’re in, you usually can’t feel them.

Here’s what’s important. It’s how we may help you.

The latest high-level clinical research demonstrates the effectiveness of acupuncture for 46 conditions, with another 71 conditions showing mixed evidence of its efficacy.

Our Brisbane acupuncture therapists are up to speed with the latest clinic research, and bring their knowledge and passion to each patient, for every treatment, to help with the conditions outlined below.

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Acupuncture for pain relief, headache and migraine

Acupuncture is widely known for its effectiveness in addressing pain. It’s the reason why it’s become so popular throughout the globe.

Soothe Brisbane natural medicine for IBS

Acupuncture for IBS and other digestion issues

There is much clinical research that has shown the efficiency of acupuncture for IBS and other digestive concerns.

Soothe Brisbane natural medicine for fatigue

Acupuncture for stress, anxiety and sleep

Research has shown that acupuncture for stress related conditions does work. Make sure you contact us for personalised advice that’s right for you.

Soothe Brisbane acupuncture for respiratory conditions

Acupuncture for hay fever and other respiratory issues

Did you know studies researching the way acupuncture works have revealed it has anti-inflammatory actions? Inflammation is involved in quite a few respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergic rhinitis and others.

Soothe Brisbane acupuncture for women's health

Acupuncture for menopause and women’s health

During the Han Dynasty (206BC to 220AD), a gynaecologist was called a women’s doctor. The earliest recorded gynaecologists under that name were two doctors called Yi Xu and Chun Yu Yan. They treated one of the empresses during the Western Han Dynasty (206BC to 24AD).

Soothe Brisbane acupuncture for pregnancy

Acupuncture for IVF support and pregnancy

Acupuncture may be able to help you with pregnancy related ailments. Research continues into how acupuncture can assist with the effectiveness of IVF treatments. 

The Soothe Brisbane acupuncture schedule

Brisbane acupuncture pricing

Initial treatment: $90 Follow-up treatments: $70 Acupuncture is covered by major health funds
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