Over the last decade, there has been an increased push for men to seek treatment for health problems, whether physical or mental, instead of burying or bottling them away. More and more men have taken the message on board, seeking both conventional and alternative medicinal treatments to improve their health and wellness. Golden Health Acupuncture in Melbourne provides acupuncture for men’s health, helping to alleviate a wide range of health problems and conditions ranging from muscle soreness and depression to fertility. By applying fine needles to the relevant acupuncture points for a specific condition, the treatment opens up the flow of Qi energy which helps provide relief for the patient’s complaint. One of the most common reasons we see men come into our practice is to seek acupuncture for fertility.
Golden Health is a Melbourne acupuncture IVF support clinic that provides assistance for men seeking acupuncture to improve their natural fertility. We can provide treatment to help improve a variety of fertility issues, including low libido, sperm count, impotence, premature ejaculation, prostate conditions and more. Leading practitioner Farzaneh Ghaffari activates the key acupuncture points for fertility in men to try and improve the primary cause of infertility.
The main pressure points are:
We can also provide treatment for other conditions than can affect a man’s fertility, such as fatigue, anxiety, depression, stress, and other health conditions such as diabetes.
One of the key benefits of acupuncture for men’s health is that it can be used in conjunction with Western medicine treatments. If you’d like to find out more about fertility acupuncture in Melbourne, or if you want to enquire about treatment for other health issues, make an appointment with Farzaneh Ghaffari today.
* Disclaimer : Results may vary from person to person. As with all procedures, Chinese Medicine is not without risks. Please consult with a health professional regarding any concerns you might have. The contents of this website are not a substitute for professional medical advice. The information presented is not intended to be used for diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any conditions or diseases.