East Coast Bays Acupuncture Clinic

Where We Are - Mairangi Bay, North Shore City

Windsor Park Acupuncture Clinic bases on North Shore City, Auckland. 
Our address is:  494A East Coast Road, Mairangi Bay, Northshore, Auckland 0630
We get plenty of off street parking and also, you can easily take bus 875/879/85 Express to our clinic. 
Call us on  09-478-3385  today.

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Acupuncture for Athletes

Acupuncture for Athletes

All athletes and coaches are involved in an ongoing search for ways to improve performance and gain a competitive edge over their rivals. Many are finding that acupuncture can often provide that edge.

 

Acupuncture for Stress and Anxiety Relief

Acupuncture for stress and anxiety relief

Certainly you cannot imagine life without some or the other kind of stress. Besides the normal worries and tensions of a normal life, even the positive events in life bring with them some stress and anxiety.  Getting married, joining a new job, birth of a baby – all of them are happy moments, but they also cause stress, albeit a positive kind of stress.

 

Neck Pain

Acupuncture for Neck Pain

Neck pain is a common condition — so common, in fact, that the expression "a pain in the neck" is an oft-used figure of speech in English. It can be mild enough so that it is a mere annoyance, or severe enough that it can adversely affect the quality of one's life. Because of its position and range of motion, and because it plays a vital role in the support of the head, the neck is more subject to injury than any other portion of the spine.

 

Acupuncture For Tennis Elbow

Acupuncture for Tennis Elbow

Acupuncture may be used as a primary treatment for tennis elbow. Acupuncture promotes healing by increasing blood flow. Acupuncture induces muscle and tendon relaxation around the elbow joint and improves energy while reducing pain, enhancing the body’s natural healing abilities. Many acupoints are near nerves. When stimulated through acupuncture, these nerves release endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers.

 

How Cupping Can Help Your Pain

Cupping can help your pain

Cupping is a simple method of pulling “stuck,” stagnant, and congealed blood and fluids out of the injured area. Plastic or glass cups are placed on the skin and then applied using suction. Cups are kept on from three to fifteen minutes, according to the judgment of the acupuncturist. Cupping releases tight, painful muscles and increases blood circulation.

 

An Acupuncturist's Perspective on Migraines and Headaches

acupuncturist's perspective on migraines and headache

The pain that headache and migraine sufferers endure can impact every aspect of their lives. Acupuncture can offer powerful relief without the side effects that prescription and over-the-counter drugs can cause. 

 

Cupping Therapy

acupuncture cupping therapy

Cupping therapy is the method of using glass or plastic cups to create localized pressure by a vacuum.  The Chinese have been doing this since ancient times by using heat inside glass or bamboo cups.  Nowadays, cupping sets use suction to create the vacuum.  The vacuum inside the cups causes the blood to form in the area and help the healing in that area.

 

Acupuncture

acupuncture on human body

Acupuncture is an alternative medicine that treats patients by insertion and manipulation of needles in the body. Its proponents variously claim that it relieves pain, treats infertility, treats disease, prevents disease, or promotes general health.

 

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine

he first traces of therapeutic activities in the territories that are now considered China date from the Shang dynasty (14th-11th centuries BCE). Though the Shang did not have a concept of "medicine" as distinct from other fields, their oracular inscriptions on bones and tortoise shells refer to illnesses that affected the Shang royal family: eye disorders, toothaches, bloated abdomen, etc., which Shang elites usually attributed to curses sent by their ancestors. There is no evidence that the Shang nobility used herbal remedies.

 

Chinese Herbal Tea

Chinese Herbal Tea

Chinese herb(al) tea, also known as medicinal herbal tea, is a kind of tea-soup made from purely Chinese medicinal herbs in Guangdong (Kwangtung), China. It usually tastes bitter or lightly sweet and its colour is typically black or dark brown, depending on what kinds of herbs are used. Although it is referred to as "tea", it seldom contains any part of the tea plant.