Pain relief is the most common reason for seeking medical attention. For some people pain may be temporary and easy to tolerate, but for many others it can be severe or unrelenting or both. If you have a body, then you will be familiar with the experience of pain. The good news is that, although pain is inevitable, suffering is optional! …
- April 27 , 2023
Athira Lukaszewicz is a registered practitioner of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture with a special interest in women’s health, autoimmune integrity and musculoskeletal conditions. Athira has a background in Hatha Yoga, Ayurveda and Psychology studies. She is passionate about patient-centred Remedial Dietary Therapy, based on East-Asian dietetic theory, and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Along with acupuncture, Athira uses a variety of techniques such as Tui Na (Chinese medical massage) and Chi Nei Tsang (working the energy of the vital organs).
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Dry Needling or Acupuncture – What’s the Difference? You’ve all heard the old saying: if it looks like a duck and walks like a duck and sounds like a duck … it’s a duck! Well I have to tell you that anyone doing dry needling uses acupuncture needles, just like an acupuncturist, and they insert the