Moxibustion

Moxibustion is a specialised branch of Traditional East Asian medicine involving the strategic application of heat to the body. It is believed to be older than the practice of acupuncture and is used around the world in public hospitals and private clinics to treat a staggering variety of common health conditions. In many cases moxibustion works very well as a stand-alone treatment but can also easily be incorporated into conventional and complimentary health care programs.

Check out the video gallery below for some examples of the type of moxibustion used at the Australian Acupuncture Centre, Geelong.

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Acupuncture

The AAC team is dedicated to delivering high quality, caring and effective acupuncture for a wide variety of conditions.

Moxibustion

Moxibustion is a specialised branch of Traditional East Asian medicine involving the strategic application of heat to the body via moxa in various forms.

Herbal Medicine

Easy to take, these are prescription only medications and require a Chinese herbal medicine consultation. Contact us.

Massage

Enjoy a truly unique approach to massage therapy, including some options that are only available at Paul McLeod’s Australian Acupuncture Centre.

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