Naturopathic Treatments

At Logan Wellbeing and Medical, acupuncture is often a key component in our programs. Our acupuncturists have vast experience in the area of fertility and IVF and will be able to guide you through and answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Naturopathic

Fertility Acupuncture

At Logan Wellbeing and Medical, acupuncture is often a key component in our programs.

Our acupuncturists have vast experience in the area of fertility and IVF and will be able to guide you through and answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Extensive research suggests that acupuncture may help with fertility, conception and indeed pregnancy. In our experience, acupuncture really can help many conditions, especially when combined with a medical and complementary approach.

It has positive benefits to alleviate the unpleasant symptoms of morning sickness, headaches, backache, and sciatica and for general wellbeing during pregnancy.

It can boost energy and relax the body in preparation for labour. 
Many women have regular weekly sessions of acupuncture in the lead up to labour.

Conditions Acupuncture Can Help

  • Regulating the menstrual cycle
  • Helping to counteract stress levels
  • Improving blood circulation to the pelvic organs, including the ovaries and uterus
  • Helping to support ovulation dysfunction in some women
  • Helping to improve sperm health

 

Fertility Acupressure

Often used in traditional Chinese medicine, acupressure is the use of fingers, thumbs and palms applied to the acupoints on the body. This pressure is believed to help vital energy flow through channels in the body. When one of these channels is blocked or out of balance, our bodies do not function efficiently and illness may occur.


Like acupuncture, acupressure is widely recognised to be helpful in treating areas relating to fertility, conception and pregnancy.

Our expert therapists will plan appropriate treatments to support your overall health or fertility plan.

 

Clinical Reflexology

Reflexology offers a natural intervention to bring your body into a state of balance and relaxation. It’s a combination of massage and pressure applied to specific points on the feet believed to correspond to other parts of the body.


After completing a diagnostic assessment, your therapist will assess your reflexology treatment plan within a complementary medical framework.