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BALANCE | DISTAL METHOD & NEUROMUSCULAR ACUPUNCTURE
Why wuest acupuncture?

Chad will provide you with a treatment strategy that considers both Traditional and Modern Acupuncture approaches

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DISTAL ACUPUNCTURE
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CHINESE MEDICINE
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TRIGGER POINT
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"ASHI" DRY NEEDLING
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Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist | Hobart Acupuncture Clinic

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Acupuncture Practitioner Hobart

Chad is dedicated to professional development and passionate about helping people manage pain related conditions. Scientific and Traditional methods combine to balance neuro-physiological systems of the body addressing the root, influencing fascia and channel systems. These systems relate to the psychosomatic system. Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture is a holistic medicine thousands of years old, but constantly evolving and being informed by science and clinical evaluation

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Accredited Acupuncturist

Fully Accredited Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner registered with the Boards that regulate Allied Health Practitioners. Chad completed a 4 x year BHSc (Acupuncture) allowing for registration with AHPRA and AACMA. Generally speaking, non-Acupuncture specific modalities have only 2 x days training in Dry Needling. That means you the patient have the power to choose how much training is appropriate when you get Acupuncture. 

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Volunteer Experience Nepal

After graduating, Chad was accepted into an Acupuncture Immersion program in Nepal as a Primary Care Physician. On a weekly basis he completed over 100 patient treatments, joining a multidisciplinary team of practitioners providing medical care to a population without direct access to the healthcare we have on offer here.  Following that he opened a successful commercial and home based practise in Darwin, before deciding to leave the heat of the Northern Territory for the cooler climate of Hobart Tasmania.

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NEUROMUSCULAR ACUPUNCTURE

DISTAL METHOD ACUPUNCTURE