Merry Xmas and Happy New Year From CAS!!

We wish all of our patients, friends, and colleagues a wonderful Christmas and New Year break. Classical Acupuncture Sydney will be close from the 23rd of December and reopen on the 9th January 2017. Please feel free to book online. January is already filling up.

As usual if there are any special cases, emergency treatments and so forth Dr. White will be contactable via email: info@classicalacupuncture.com.au.

If you manage to have a break we hope you have safe and relaxing one!
 

In Good Health,

Classical Acupuncture Sydney

Kansas City, MO, USA Neijing Classical Acupuncture Seminar

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

On the 20th of September 2015 David White will be presenting a one day introductory seminar on Neijing Classical Acupuncture with a focus on the Renying / Cunkou Pulse Diagnosis. Please see the attached image for more information. All registrations are to be emailed to Dr. Chris Powell at aqpunctr@gmail.com. 

Crows Nest Acupuncture for Fertility and Obstetric Care

Chinese medicine has a rich history of treating and managing fertility, pregnancy and postpartum conditions. From it's inception, Acupuncture has been used to help many people with numerous fertility / infertility issues and today is effectively used in conjunction with modern medical interventions such as IVF. Acupuncture for fertility, obstetrics and menopause has become part of many specialists referrals as either an adjunct or alternative approach.

How Can Acupuncture Help?

Acupuncture works to restore the correct movement of fundamental substances in the body. These substances are primarily related to Blood (Xue), Breath (Qi), and other internal fluids. There are numerous reasons as to why such substances may become pathological. People often present with poor circulation, a physical obstruction, stagnation and so forth that may have originated through physical or emotional trauma, stress-syndromes, long term medication use (such as the pill), time, and many other possibilities. At Dr. White's clinic in Crows Nest on Sydney's North Shore he employs one of the oldest systems of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Classical acupuncture differs greatly to modern "traditional" Chinese medicine. Being a more in-depth and highly practical (and complete) system the root cause and clear prognosis can be established. In classical acupuncture of the Neijing, the explanation as to why and how the body may be in a pathological state is often crystal clear and unlike TCM there is no guess work involved.

Through multiple techniques (often involving the insertion of fine needles) classical acupuncture can guide and direct the movement of blood, help to break stagnant blood (which for many presents in the form of irregular ovulation cycles, PCOS, Endometriosis, painful or absent menstruation etc.) and allow the internal environment of the body to improve.

Who do I see?

Dr. David White treats and manages out of his Crows Nest acupuncture studio at Level 1 / 75 Willoughby Road. Dr. White has over 17 years experience in the field of Chinese medicine and is one of Australia's highest educated practitioners both academically and through the study of classical acupuncture under world renowned teachers. He is also a senior-lecturer in Sydney and Director of the Institute of Neijing Research (INR). For further information please email info@classicalacupuncture.com.au and for booking please call (02) 8095 8255 or  BOOK ONLINE HERE https://david-white-classical-acupuncture.cliniko.com/bookings#service.

In Good Health,

David White Classical Acupuncture


Additions to Classical Acupuncture Crows Nest

With Spring well and truly underway, and Summer just around the corner, I thought it appropriate to make a few changes to not only my main clinic but to parts of my general lifestyle. In the classic medical text the Huangdi Neijing Spring and Summer are 6 months of growth and development. It is a time of energetic movement, a time to exercise more, sleep less and build ones strength for the cooler months of Autumn and Winter. What does this have to do with the Crows Nest clinic? Or myself?

With daylight savings in full effect the Crows Nest clinic hours will be further extended on Thursdays and Fridays. Naturally this remains to be strictly by appointment, however, I understand that often normal work hours for many people are also extended. In addition, a new system is up and running for online bookings. You can now book initial, follow-up and herbal consultations / treatments online via this link: ONLINE BOOKINGS. Naturally one can still book via phone and email. In addition to these booking changes discounts will be awarded for both multiple bookings (6 and 12 sessions) and for regular patients who refer to the clinic. Please discuss these possible discounts and awards with myself on your next visit. Furthermore a strict 24 hour cancellation policy will be in effect from the 1st of November. What this means is that unless there is an emergency situation then the full fee will be charged (unless 24 hours notice is given).

In regards to my own changes...I will be ramping up my martial arts studies at VT1MMA where I train in Brazilian Jiujitsu, a beautiful and gentle grappling art. As Spring is about growth it is a great time to engage the correct movement of both body and mind. A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to begin studies under the exception Shakuhachi Grandmaster, Riley Lee. The Shakuhachi is a traditional Japanese Zen meditational flute which requires very specific and challenging breath work. It is in itself and form of deep meditation, breath cultivation, and music appreciation. So do not be surprised if you see new flit yes floating around the Crows Nest acupuncture clinic over the next months. 

In Good Health,

Dr. David White

Trial show Acupuncture as effective as conventional drugs - Classical Acupuncture Sydney

Acupuncture Effective in Pain Treatment

A trial in Melbourne's emergency medical departments conducted through partnership with RMIT University (where Dr. White completed his Acupuncture and Neurophysiology research). This sort of research proves promising for Acupuncture to be accepted into emergency care as it is in other parts of the world. Dr. White, for one, has been applying acupuncture at Royal North Shore Hospital and Royal Rehab Centre's spinal injury units for over 8 years with very promising results in the management of paralysis and pain (in conjunction with other rehabilitation therapies).

The mechanisms of Acupuncture's effectiveness in treating pain is very clear from the Chinese medical scientific paradigm. Slowly, but surely, modern research are making positive steps to try and understand it through their medical and scientific system. With more research from both parties integration and development for future clinical methods can occur. 

Read the full article here: http://www.smh.com.au/national/health/acupuncture-as-effective-as-drugs-in-treating-pain-trial-shows-20140329-35qec.html

In Good Health,

David White Classical Acupuncture

Sydney & Crows Nest Acupuncture Services

Acupuncture North Sydney

Specialist Acupuncture North Sydney

If you are looking for a tranquil place in the heart of the North Shore then David White Classical Acupuncture North Sydney is here for you. Located in a beautiful art deco clinic in Crows Nest, Dr David White offers Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Dietary Consultations, Health Programs, Neigong and Meditation Instruction and other therapies. With over 22 years experience and the most rigorous classical training we can be sure to help you with your health problems. David White Classical Acupuncture North Sydney is only a short bus ride from the city (bus stops at the door), a train ride to either North Sydney station or St. Leonards Station) or we have free parking next to the clinic on Holterman Street. Appointments are available Monday to Saturday strictly through booking by calling (02) 8095 8255, emailing info@classicalacupuncturesydney.com.au, or filling out the form below.

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If you have any questions about Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine and other services in North Sydney then please do not hesitate to contact us. The North Sydney Acupuncture Clinic is located at 1/75 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest, NSW, 2065.  

In Good Health,

David White Classical Acupuncture North Sydney

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