Acupuncture & naturopathy for Melbourne's Inner West
At Altona Acupuncture your health concerns are viewed through the lens of Traditional Chinese medicine combined with knowledge of western medical science to provide integrated drug free health care.
Our practitioners take the time to listen to you and support you with your health concerns.
MEET THE Team
Meet the team of Altona Acupuncture
We have four enthusiastic doctors of Chinese Medicine, registered acupuncturists and a naturopath working in the clinic. All warm and caring practitioners dedicated to improving the health and physical condition of their patients.
Exciting opportunity for an experienced remedial massage therapist / myo therapist Are you a passionate and experienced massage therapist who wants to help patients lead a healthy life (without pain). Do you want to work in a friendly team...
11 March 2021 - March endometriosis awareness month, but what is endometriosis? Symptoms are variable and unfortunately there are still a lot of questions unanswered about endometriosis. This also means that often there is a delay of many years in diagnosis.Women with...
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) everything is connected and in perfect harmony. This is reflected in the rhythm of day and night, the alternation of the seasons and the functioning of people. Now that Autumn has arrived, the element metal is taking the lead. The element metal stands for letting go and receiving. When your metal element is in balance, you are decisive, strong and vital, but when your element is out of balance you can feel sad and this can also lead to an inability to create structure, among other things. Like the trees drop their leaves, because they become unneeded. It is time for you to drop bad habits, let things go and keep what is right for you. Be decisive and think about your real needs.
Every now and then I get asked if dry needling is the same thing as acupuncture. And the answer is no! Read more to see what is different.
In Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) we use proportional measurements to locate acupuncture points on the body. This measurement system is known as cun. Whole regions of the body are divided up into equal parts. For example the outside of the thigh is divided up...
To me the moon is a fascinating thing. Science may indicate that there is no relationship between the position of the moon and human behaviour or well-being however there are many people who believe differently, including me, for me I believe the moon has more ‘power’!
Clinic Hours are continuously changing as the clinic evolves, the aim is 9am-9pm Monday to Friday but from November they will be as follows:
Monday: 9am - 9pm
Tuesday: 9am - 9pm
Wednesday: 9am - 9pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 1pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm