Experience Acupuncture

Experience Acupuncture

at Gold Coast Acupuncture Coomera

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage

Relax and unwind

Moxibustion Therapy

Moxibustion Therapy

Welcome to Gold Coast Acupuncture ™

Gold Coast Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine ™ offers you a wide range of alternative treatments based on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), such as Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Cupping, Electroacupuncture, Moxibustion and massage.

Gold Coast Acupuncture offers you genuine Acupuncture provided by Acupuncturists with years of training. Our practitioners care about your health and all appointments are designed so you receive quality time with the practitioner ensuring that your treatment is never rushed. Our treatment rooms are large, private and well presented which offer you a nurturing and supportive atmosphere allowing the perfect healing environment.

Visit our Acupuncture Gold Coast clinic located at Shop 13/31 Dreamworld Parkway, Coomera QLD 4209.

Call us on (07) 5573 6601 to book your appointment.

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Gold Coast Acupuncture

How can Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine help me?

Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine in which thin needles are inserted into the body. It is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The staff at our Acupuncture Gold Coast clinic are trained and qualified to provide you with the highest standards of practice and treatment. [Find out more]


Our practitioners aim to provide support and reduce the symptoms associated with common conditions.


Pain is associated with many common conditions including Headaches, Migraines, Neck Pain, Back Pain, Muscle Pain, Arthritis, Muscle Problems and Sports Injuries.

Acupuncture may relieve (both sensory and affective) inflammatory pain. This occurs through activation of a variety of bioactive chemicals through peripheral, spinal, and supraspinal mechanisms. (Zhang et al 2014 – Mechanisms of acupuncture in persistent pain).

Migraine prophylaxis

For migraine prophylaxis, acupuncture was rated as ‘effective’ in the Australian DVA review (2010) and ‘evidence of positive effect’ in the USVA Evidence map of acupuncture {2014} (5, 6). [More about Migraine Acupuncture]


The most recent Cochrane systematic review update confirmed that acupuncture is effective for frequent episodic and chronic tension-type headaches with moderate to low quality evidence (43). A brief review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses described acupuncture as having a ‘potentially important role as part of a treatment plan for migraine, tension-type headache, and several different types of chronic headache disorders’ (44). [More about Headache Acupuncture]

Low back pain

In a systematic review of 32 randomised controlled trials for acupuncture treatment of chronic non-specific low back pain, acupuncture was superior (both statistically and clinically significant) to sham acupuncture in pain reduction and improved function immediately after treatment (46). [More about Low Back Pain Acupuncture]

Knee osteoarthritis pain

Knee osteoarthritis pain was rated as ‘evidence of potential positive effect’ in the USVA Evidence map of acupuncture (2014) (5, 6). Acupuncture was also superior to standard care and muscle-strengthening exercises in a sub-analysis of moderate to high quality studies (52). [More about Knee Osteoarthritis Acupuncture]

Allergic rhinitis

For allergic rhinitis, acupuncture was rated as ‘effective’ in the Australian DVA review (2010) (5, 6). A systematic review of 13 randomised controlled trials concluded that ‘acupuncture could be a safe and valid treatment option for allergic rhinitis’ (moderate quality evidence) (54). [More about Allergic Rhinitis Acupuncture]

Nausea and vomiting

For chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, acupuncture was rated as ‘effective’ in the Australian DVA review (2010). For post-operative nausea and vomiting, acupuncture was rated ‘potential positive effect’ in the USVA Evidence map of acupuncture (2014) (5, 6). [More about Acupuncture for Nausea and Vomiting]

Post-operative pain

A systematic review and meta-analysis of 13 RCTs in 2016, found that acupuncture, electroacupuncture (EA) and transcutaneous electrical acupoint stimulation (TEAS) improved pain on day one after surgery and reduced opioid use (17). [More about Acupuncture for Pain]

Stress and Anxiety

A systematic review from 2015 titled “Effects of acupressure on anxiety: a systematic review and meta-analysis” showed the Acupressure is effective in reducing anxiety (201). [More about Acupuncture for Stress and Anxiety]

Other Conditions

Depression, Mood swings, Sleep Problems / Insomnia, Weight Management and Weight Loss.

Fertility and Pregnancy Acupuncture

We provide support for Fertility, IVF Support, Pregnancy and Womens Health. [Find out more]

Therapies available at Gold Coast Acupuncture

We offer Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Chinese Herbs and Herbal Consultation, Massage and Chinese Glass Suction Cupping. [Find out more]

How can Massage help me?

Massage involves kneading muscles of the body to stimulate circulation and relieve physical pain and tension.

We offer Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Remedial Massage (Sports Massage) and Pregnancy Massage. [Find out more]

Our Acupuncture Gold Coast Location

Contact Us

You may call us at our Coomera clinic directly on the following number.

We are open Monday to Saturday 8am-7pm by appointment only.

Reception hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm.

Phone: 5573 6601

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