Fertility complications are clinically very apparent at our Gold Coast Acupuncture Clinic. Complications may arise from a combination of stress, emotional imbalances, lifestyle factors, dietary factors or gynaecological complications seen below:
In Chinese Medicine the following conditions can disrupt the flow of qi and blood within the body and are often a cause of dis-ease or health conditions due to creating an imbalance.
Acupuncture is an ancient method used to help regulate the balance of qi (energy), blood, yin and yang. Chinese Medicine Acupuncture aims to restore balance within and diagnose any internal organ system imbalances.
In Chinese Medicine each organ has a direct relationship with qi, blood, yin and yang. Organs also have a connection with emotions and the location of physical pain based on meridian pathways.
Our practitioners utilise a variety of diagnostic techniques to understand your body's internal functioning. Including understanding the nervous system, metabolic system, cardiovascular system, endocrine system and other complex internal systems to help encourage the body’s innate ability to self-regulate.
Our practitioner will inspect your tongue and investigate your radial artery pulse in combination with palpation of your abdomen, neck, back, arms, hands, legs and feet in order to come to an individualised Chinese Medicine diagnosis specific to you and any presenting condition.
Your practitioner will focus on finding connections between your lifestyle, habits and current health status in order to effectively discover any imbalances that may be present within.
If you have any questions about how acupuncture for fertility may be able to help you, or if you have a condition you are currently seeking help for and would like to incorporate acupuncture in conjunction with your usual care - please contact our team. We would love to hear from you and look forward to helping.
Acupuncture for Pregnancy
If you become successful with your fertility journey and want to learn about ways acupuncture can assist you during pregnancy, particularly during your first and final trimester - feel free to visit our pregnancy link above.