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MEET DR. KAROLINA CASS
Dr. Karolina Cass is a doctor in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Karolina is passionate with assisting you getting back your health to a state where you can live the life you always wanted. Whether the goal is physical, emotional, or spiritual, Dr. Karolina Cass is here for you.
Keen interest in Fertility and Pregnancy, Cosmetic Acupuncture, and overall Health Wellbeing.
The origins of acupuncture date back to over 2,000 in China, making it one of the oldest medical systems in the world, supporting a range of different conditions.
Theory of acupuncture
Chinese medicine acupuncture is based on the theory that there is energy flowing through the body via a number of set channels, and locations. Disruption of this flow causes disharmony in the body, and is believed to cause disease, and feelings of unwell. Traditional Chinese medicine provides an individualised treatment approach, which is why each person regardless of their condition, is treated differently from each other.
How does acupuncture work?
Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use, disposable needles that are placed throughout the body, in specific locations on acupuncture channels and points. The purpose of this it to clear any blockages and obstructions of energy (known as qi), and allow the body to restore back to harmony.
Benefits of acupuncture
Minimal side effects
Holistic and natural approach to healing
Works on addressing the underlying causes of disease, not just treating the symptom.
Treats the mind, body, and spirit
Focuses on using your own body to restore health and well-being
Shown to be effective in a range of conditions based on the Acupuncture Evidence Project
Works best in prevention and overall well-being
What to expect from a treatment
Initial acupuncture session takes between 1- 1.5 hours, as the practitioner will ask a variety of questions to find out the true root cause of your problem.
Additionally to acupuncture, the practitioner may also use cupping, liniments, herbal medicine, gua sha, as well as provide tailored dietary and lifestyle advice to assist in your condition.
Qualifications required to be a qualified Acupuncturist (Chinese medicine)
Minimum 4 year Bachelor Degree (over 900 hours in clinical needling experience)
Mandatory continuing professional development for registration
The Acupuncture Evidence Project 2017 is a comprehensive review of the evidence that supports the efficacy of acupuncture.