Acupuncture for Weight Loss
Hinterland Physiotherapy

Acupuncture for Weight Loss   Weight loss is a concern for many people, and something that can be difficult to achieve long term results. Acupuncture is one form of treatment that can assist you to reach your weight loss goals. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture views weight gain as an imbalance of qi causing malfunctioning of the spleen and liver organ systems. Acupuncture can help improve the vital role of these organs  while helping increase function ofread more

Sports Injuries
Sport Injuries

Sports Injuries Sports Injuries encompasses a broad area of injuries which is usually related to musculoskeletal conditions. People who participate in sport commonly stress or damage muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. The causes of sports injuries are typically overuse, poor technique and/or structural abnormality. Sport injuries always start with the muscle pulling unevenly which then impacts directly into the muscle groups or joints. Continued use of that area will cause injury. The original cause ofread more

Migraine Physio

Migraines Migraines are thought to have many causes, ranging from physiological causes to stress and anxiety. However, irrespective of the cause, the physiological changes in the brain are similar. Including enlargement of blood vessels which can cause inflammation and pain. Migraine attacks can also commonly activate the sympathetic nervous system, resulting in symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea and sensitivity to light and sound. Western medicine’s response Most people who suffer with migraines haveread more

Acupuncture and Infertility
Acupuncture for Infertility

Acupuncture and Infertility     Many things affect fertility including both psychological and physiological factors. Stress and anxiety play a part as do a range of physiological factors affecting both the male and female partners. It definitely takes two to make a baby and the sperm plays just as big a role as the egg and the environment in the uterus. However, there is a growing body of evidence that a combination of western medicineread more