Welcome to the Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic

Acupuncture can rejuvenate, energize and heal. It will boost overall vitality, stimulate the immune system and help correct alignment for smoother sailing.

At our clinic, we practise an integrated, holistic approach to relieving pain, improving health, reducing stress levels and boosting overall wellbeing.

We focus strongly on using acupuncture and remedial massage. Our treatments are non-invasive and non-toxic, providing a treatment approach that utilizes the body’s own healing mechanisms to bring about change and improved health.

One of the great benefits is that you can use our treatments to heal injuries and ill health as well as to energise and invigorate the body to keep it strong with improved resistance to future ailments.

Acupuncture and remedial massage are ‘hands on’ therapies providing great feedback on how the body is responding to the treatment, with active acupressure or trigger points changing during the course of treatment.

We also encourage supplementing the acupuncture and remedial massage treatments with specific Chinese herbs, providing a powerful enhancement of treatment benefits between sessions.

If you would like to see what acupuncture looks like, please check out our The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic Experience in the Video’s section of the website.

We are located in the central part of Sydney in the hip hustle and bustle of Darlinghurst. While the neighbourhood is colourful and vibrant, the clinic is suprisingly quiet and the surroundings relaxing.

 

 

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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic

We specialise in pain and injury management. However we also treat a other aspects of health including: anxiety and stress, sleep, headache and migraine, digestive disorders, fertility and low immune function,
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 weeks ago
Just completed a seminar called "neuropuncture". It focused on using neuro anatomy with electrical timulation on specific points. Very helpful knowledge.
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 weeks ago
Learning at a seminar for the next 3 days. Combination of neurology and acupuncture. Should be interesting and hopefully learn and few more new techniques. The clinic will be closed today sat 5th and Monday 7th .
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic1 month ago
Found a small blemish near the eye. Using the traditional "circle the dragon" technique. The mark should fade with a few repetitions.
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic2 months ago
Technique to avoid lower back pain

Splits (abducting legs to alter task height)
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic2 months ago
Good memories of Japan, tsugaike kogen hakuba. Absolute bliss when the storm clears and deep powder to be had.
Music: bad religion - forbidden beat
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic2 months ago
Technique to avoid lower back pain

Lunging
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 months ago
Technique to avoid lower back pain

Golfer's pick up
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 months ago
Exit dam, Goryu, Hakuba Japan
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 months ago
Japowee, you can't see it but there is a lot of smiling going on
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 months ago
Good times in Japan
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The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic3 months ago
Technique to avoid lower back pain

Using the knee and elbow to divert load from lower back
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic4 months ago
Clinic Closed from 5th February - 21st February 2018

Hello everyone.

Happy 2018, may it be a wonderful year full of happiness and abundance.

I will be taking some leave and enjoying some well earned-rest.

I’ll be away for 2 and half weeks. I'll be adventuring and enjoying the wonders of Japan.


The clinic will be closed from the following dates:

Closed from: Monday 5th February 2018

Re-opens: Thursday 22nd February 2018
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic4 months ago
Technique to avoid lower back pain

Lifting something of the ground using the legs to squat down
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic
The Pain Relief and Wellness Clinic4 months ago
Lower back pain is terrible and best avoided. With some careful techniques and correct lifting a lot off back pain can be avoided. I've put together a short presentation video on how to better look after your back and some techniques and tips on avoiding lower back strain and damage to spinal discs

http://www.painreliefwellness.com.au/video/5-ways-to-reduce-lower-back-pain-and-improve-spinal-health/


Lifting something of the ground using the legs to squat down

Using the knee and elbow to divert load from lower back

Golfers pick up

Lunging

Splits (abducting legs to alter task height)
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How we can help

Are you experiencing back and neck discomfort/pain you don’t know how to resolve?

Do you feel you have put up with this long enough?  You want to find a solution to reduce this distressing pain and hopefully, make it go away entirely.

Is this stopping you from doing the things you love?  Or making work unbearable?

You feel a dull ache in the muscles that just won’t go away.  Perhaps it has even developed to a more burning pressure in arms or legs.   If you are an active person this can be especially frustrating.  Pain is limiting.  It does this for good reason.  Pain is a protective mechanism to preserve your life.  It limits further damage being done to the injured part of your back or neck. It’s also a message telling you that you need help.

Pain doesn’t make you a better person.  In fact, over time it will actually change who you are.  It has been shown in scientific literature that the brain remaps itself according to stimulus. Longstanding pain could get “hard wired” in the brain.  It can remain present even when the injury has healed.  Life is short.  There is no point in wasting time being a grouch or a couch potato due to pain.  There are so many amazingly better things to do.  For example skiing [link to ski page] or mountaineering.

Do you have demanding work at the office?  Sitting long hours at a desk can place strenuous demands on the body.  Slogging away at your work, a small niggle can go from an ache to something excruciating.  Neck pain is a common result of too much work at the computer.  All that weight of the arm hinges on the poor wrists.  Work is necessary.  Most can’t change the work environment, but there are options to change and alleviate the negative impact on vulnerable parts of the body due to work situations.

If you are struggling with back and neck pain, we can help you to relieve the discomfort and return to normal life doing the things you love.

Acupuncture and massage are a great way to help solve this problem.  Releasing the soft tissue and muscle tension gives relief from the pain. Releasing muscle tightness can also provide more room for the nerves.  Reduced irritation of the nerves will reduce pain.

Please give us a call at the clinic to book in for an appointment. We are also happy discuss any questions or concerns you might have.

+61 2 9358 6838

 

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