THE CLINIC

CONTACT

143 Durham Rd

Sunshine 3020

93121274

Parking available at rear of building via Graham St.

email- info@freedomphysio

acupuncture.com.au

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Opening Hours:

Mon: 7.00am -12.30pm

         2.00pm - 8.00pm

Tues: Unavailable

Wed: 10.00am - 8.00pm

Thur: 8.00am - 1.00pm

Fri:   8.40am -12.30pm 

         2.00pm - 7.00pm 

​​Sat/Sun: Unavailable

CONDITIONS

chronic pain 

Are you tired of chronic pain interfering with you Living the Life you are Meant to be Living.

Start living with Freedom by undergoing a transformation with our cutting edge Freedom Pain Program.

This program targets the true cause of the chronic pain which is a commonly an over sensitised nervous system. We target the root of the problem by stimulating the nervous system to produce neurotransmitters that lead to a cascade of benefits including improved blood flow and endorphin production which leads to lasting changes to the nervous system.

The Freedom Pain Program  by treating the nervous system naturally commonly leads to side benefits rather than side effects. These can include  increased sleep, better energy, improved digestion and overall calmness.

This gives you the Freedom to get back to living your life to your fullest potential.

low back & neck pain

The key to successful treatment of spinal pain is a thorough patient focused assessment leading to a understanding of what is the true cause of the problem. Michael has 24 years experience in finding the real cause of spinal pain and will take you on a journey step by step to a solution.

other conditions

The following is a list of conditions commonly seen in the clinic.

 

- Insomnia

- Neuropathy

- Stress/Anxiety

- Poor Energy/Fatigue

- Fibromyalgia

- Shoulder Pain

- Knee Pain

- IBS and Gastic Reflux

- Hayfever

- Running/Sporting injuries

- Vertigo/Falls

- Bell's Palsy

Headaches/migraines

Freedom Physio & Acupuncture offers a unique 6 Step system for helping you find lasting relief  for headaches and migraines.

 

Step 1 – A comprehensive workup is done on your medical and

health history, ruling

out any serious medical conditions and finding out what is the

leading cause of your

headaches. This will include questions from both a Western

Medicine and Chinese Medicine perspective.

Step 2 – You neck will be assessed utilizing the ‘Watson Approach’ to headache treatment. The Watson Approach includes very specific palpation of your upper three neck vertebra to see if they are contributing to your neck pain. This palpation will be able to accurately tell you if your neck is contributing to your headache and be able to give you a strong indication if neck treatment will likely be successful or not. To read more about the Watson Approach go to www.watsonapproach.com.

Step 3 – A systematic palpation assessment, checking your pulse and body channels will be done to give a specific Chinese Medicine diagnosis which will allow the most specific Acupuncture prescription and herbal prescription if required.

 

Step 4 – Using the information from the palpation assessment, treatment will begin. If for example a faulty neck segment is diagnosed, the segment will be gently mobilised which involves gently pushing on your neck joints until your specific headache is temporarily reproduced. This pain will then subside quickly in 20-30 seconds. This procedure is repeated on other vertebra segments as required.

Step 5 – Acupuncture may also be performed on the arms and legs which will help increase blood flow to the nerves in the lower brainstem that may be contributing to the headaches and migraines. The nerves need the oxygen and nutrients that the blood carries and Acupuncture has been proven to improved blood flow. The Acupuncture will also increase Serotonin production which will decrease the sensitivity of the lower brainstem which is where the headaches originate from.

Step 6 –Exercises and postural correction that will help reinforce the corrected neck position and stop the headaches returning will also be discussed as part of your treatment prevention plan for headaches and migraines.