Category Archives for "Neurological Support"

A line sketch of a woman's head inspired by Chinese medicine. Mornington Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture for Migraines – Ease your Miserable Migraine Mystery by Dr Christina Tolstrup

Acupuncture for migraines. A different approach to ease your miserable migraine mystery.   Migraine is one of the most common, miserable, misunderstood and debilitating conditions. Unfortunately, it is also very common for migraine sufferers to live with their migraine misery for years, maybe a lifetime, without finding suitable, effective and lasting treatment options and relief. […]

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A blurred image of an individual's feet in a circular arrangement of leaves, illustrating the link between nature and Chinese medicine. Mornington Chinese Medicine

Meniere’s Disease – Scott Stephens, Acupuncturist

Meniere’s disease is a disorder that affects the inner ear of an individual of approximately one in every 600 people, generally aged between 30 – 50.   From a Western medical perspective Meniere’s affects the inner ear resulting in a build-up of fluid in the compartments of the inner ear, called the labyrinth. Generally, it […]

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A model of a human head with acupuncture points for headache relief.

Acupuncture for Headache and Migraine Pain l Scott Stephens BHSc (Acu)

Headache and migraine pain are a commonly treated problem at Mornington Chinese Medicine. As a practitioner I have found that acupuncture is a great tool that easily and effectively relieves acute as well as chronic pain associated with headache and migraine. Although every treatment is individual to the each patient I find Quixu (GB-40)  is a […]

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