Matt Sincock is a registered provider of high quality Acupuncture procedures.
Traditionally acupuncture has been used to assist a wide variety of conditions.
For clarification of scientific evidence, please view the Acupuncture Evidence Project.
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture treatment has been practiced for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries and more recently all around the world.
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.
As a Health Professional, I help people to make lifestyle changes, some as simple as posture alignment.
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.
Every treatment is unique, as no two people are exactly the same
I look forward to providing you with a relaxing and supportive environment while undergoing treatment.
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:
To feel empowered means to enjoy the ability to change any aspect of your 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, Medical Qigong, Sound Therapy 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
Give your body what it wants!
Health, Vitality, Energy
“When you stand a pole under the sun
you immediately see its shadow”
Dr Tan researched this line of ancient Chinese acupuncture text to relearn his approach to pain. He became famous for his treatment of pain.
Dr Tan always recommended a course of treatments. The Balance Method is different because instead of it being practiced just once a week, it is completed 2-3 times a week.
Dr Richard Teh-fu Tan
Born in Taiwan, Dr. Tan was a master of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Philosophy, Martial arts – plus held a Masters degree in Systems Engineering. His contribution to acupuncture is incredible, through his research of classical Chinese texts.
The method is a combination of intense study of ancient Chinese literature, experiential acupuncture practice and modern scientific analysis.
At his peak, Dr Tan saw 20 people per hour, including people suffering chronic or acute pain issues.
Dr. Tan committed more that 25 years of teaching his method all over the world.