Matt Sincock is a registered provider of high quality Acupuncture procedures for pain relief and health problems.
Matt studied directly with world renown Dr Tan – famous for reducing pain fast.
Dr Tan often quotes an ancient Chinese acupuncture text to describe how fast the pain reduces:
When you stand a pole in the sun
it immediately casts a shadow
The advanced Neurological Acupuncture techniques provide fast pain relief and management for pain: pain reduction and rehabilitation.
The health and pain changes are created by a complex series of events involving local nerve stimulation that sends messages to the brain, which then responds by adjusting the opioid and oxygen levels in the problematic area targeted.
Every treatment is unique, as no two people are exactly the same
Advanced Neurological Acupuncture Matt Sincock has completed basic and advanced training with Dr Richad Teh-fu Tan.
This method is originally over 2,500 years old and is derived from the I Ching, one of the oldest books in the world.
The method has several names, such as: “I Ching Acupuncture,” “The Balance Method,” or “Distal Point Acupuncture.” Regardless of the name, the results are excellent.
One of the features of this method is it predominately uses distal acupuncture points on the arms and legs.
This provides an opportunity to immediately test the painful area to see if the pain has reduced, and then adjust the treatment if needed.
Another advantage is the patient does not have to take off their clothes.
Thus the treatments are efficient, comfortable and extremely effective.
This style of Acupuncture also helps to create a treatment matrix for some more difficult conditions which have not responded to other types of treatment.
Give your body what it wants!
Health, Vitality, Energy
Boost your Qi
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What is Qi?
Qi is translated as your body’s “Vital Air” – that’s the “oxygen” in the blood that we are talking about, the oxygen and nutrients are delivered to the painful area by the blood circulatory system.
The Blood is what repairs everything within the body.
Acupuncture is a fantastic way to get the body to heal itself, boost immunity, stop pain, correct organ function, and stimulate the body to heal itself.
Acupuncture treatment has been practiced for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries and more recently all around the world.
It is used as a means of treating and preventing disease. Acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific sites and areas (acupuncture points) along the body’s surface to bring about the required changes in the individual.
Acupuncture is an effective, natural and increasingly popular form of health care that is used by people whole over the world.
Most people think of acupuncture for pain, but it is also very effective in treating emotional problems, such as depression.
As an acupuncturist I help people to make lifestyle changes, some as simple as learning how to breathe properly.
I like to check in with my patients to see how everything is going in their life and health, and proceed to give them a personalised acupuncture treatment that addresses their concerns.
Whether you suffer with muscle pain, digestive problems, headaches, nerve pain, muscle pain, fatigue, sports injuries or require back treatment, I look forward to providing you with a dedicated level of care.
I am keen to get you back to full health fast!
Matt Sincock’s clinic provides a relaxing and supportive environment for all undergoing treatment.
Using a unique medically researched form of acupuncture for pain and health problems, he has managed to achieve outstanding results.
What is health?
If you were to take the Webster’s Dictionary definition it would be defined as follows:
Health: a state of being free from illness and injury.
While this may seem to sum it up for most of us, I would like to offer up another, shorter one: Empowerment.
To be empowered is to have the power to change any aspect of one’s life.
The first condition, which must be met in order to achieve this, is self-knowledge. Knowing when we feel ill or well is fairly evident to all of us, but knowing how to stay well is beyond many.
There are many tools that can be used to achieve health and stay healthy including Acupuncture, Therapeutic Zen Shiatsu, Massage, Mediation, Mindfulness, Qigong, and Yoga (including Corrective Exercises).
It is through the use of these modalities that I help others achieve empowerment.
Contact Matt Sincock for a personal discussion about your health issues