Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese Medicine
technique originating over 3,000 years ago, making it one of the oldest recorded health care treatments
in the world. Acupuncture is primarily used as a medicine-free pain-relief treatment for several chronic
and acute conditions, such as Lower back Pain , Neck Pain, osteoarthritis, and migraines.Treatment involves the insertion of multiple fine, single-use needles into
specific Acupuncture points throughout the body.
These needles placed in the body with appropriate
is said to bring the energy flow of the body back into balance. Pressure, heat, or electrical current may be
applied to further enhance the effects. Traditional Chinese Medicine discusses these Acupuncture points
along the body’s energy pathways (called meridians) and these being used to clear energy blockages to
full flow of energy (called chi) throughout the body. Releasing blocked chi in the
body can invoke its natural healing response through various psychological systems.
Using their understanding of Acupuncture points and how they are related to the condition of the human body, your acupuncturist will discuss with you and assess your issue to recommend treatments that will both address the immediate symptoms, and the underlying cause of the problem.
Clinical studies show that Acupuncture can provide beneficial effects to the nervous system, immune system, cardiovascular system, and digestive system. From a modern medical perspective, Acupuncture stimulates various systems of your body by creating tiny, non- invasive injury points with each needle, sending a signal to the body to respond by increasing circulation to the areas. This encourages healing and modulates pain response.
Everyone responds differently to acupuncture, some people may feel relaxed or tired, while others will feel energetic and excited. Some people will notice an immediate improvement, while for others it can take several treatments before feeling better. As such, it is difficult to discuss the on-going cost of Acupuncture treatment until after you have had a session or two.Each practitioner will have their own fee structure, so we encourage you to check with your provider directly before making an appointment.
The average cost of an acupuncturist within Australia ranges from $70 to $100. More time may be required
during a patient's initial appointments during the diagnostic stage, often costing more than follow-up
appointments. These appointments will typically range from $81 to $130 . It is here where No Knot Club
members will find the most benefit.
With No Knot Club membership, you save a guaranteed 20% and up to 40% off the cost of acupuncture appointments.
Our acupuncturists tailor their treatments to each individual's needs. They
your concerns with you during the initial consult and work out with you an individual treatment plan to
condition. These treatment plans may incorporate other branches of acupuncture,
listed below. As every patient is unique, the cost of treatment can vary according to several different
• Length of the Session – The number of sessions for your Acupuncture treatment plan can vary greatly depending on the nature of your visit. Your acupuncturist will always tell you their best estimate as to how many visits your specific injury or condition will require before commencing your treatment.
• Treatment Type – Your specific health condition will need to be targeted and addressed with a unique treatment plan to provide benefit to your body. This may include Body Acupuncture, Ear Acupuncture, Electroacupuncture, Acupressure, Moxibustion, or Cupping.
• Initial or on-going cost – Most Acupuncture clinics will charge more for the initial consult as more time will be needed to discuss your overall health condition and specific concerns to create your holistic treatment plan.
• Your health insurance – Acupuncture services may be included as part of your extras cover. Your health insurance policy will inform the exact reduced cost of your treatment. No Knot Club membership can be used alongside your health insurance policy, reducing your out-of-pocket cost even more!
Our partnered Acupuncture practitioners commit to
providing No Knot Club members with a guaranteed 20% and up to 40% reduction on the cost of every treatment.
At No Knot Club, it is our goal to help you to feel better while spending less. If your condition, pain, or strain requires acupuncture, here are some examples of how No Knot Club membership may reduce the cost of your treatments:
|Appointment type||Regular patients pay||Example No Knot Club fees||Treatment savings per visit|
|Initial Appointment||$81-$130||$64.80-$104||$16.20-$26 saving!|
|Follow-up Appointments||$70-$100||$56-$80||$14-$20 saving!|
Typically, an initial consult with an Acupuncture practitioner will start with your health history. This is to provide our specialist with a well-rounded view of your overall health to help them with finding the underlying cause of your issue or injury. They may then examine your tongue’s shape, colour, and coating, and check your pulse. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is believed that subtle nuances in the tongue can provide insight into the condition of the rest of your body.
Once your acupuncturist has determined the correct procedure/s required to address your particular condition, they will lay you down on a comfortable massage table and begin inserting the small needles to stimulate the appropriate acupressure points on your body. Most patients feel little to no discomfort from the fine needles. Your acupuncturist will then ask you to lie still for a period usually between 10
and 30 minutes as your body responds to the therapy.
Following your treatment, you may feel happy and relaxed, tired, notice some changes in your eating and sleeping patterns, or experience no changes at all. Acupuncture treatment works differently for everyone, so it is important to monitor any changes to your body and your condition after your appointment.
Generally speaking, people seek out Acupuncture when they have been suffering from
chronic pain and have found other treatments to be lacking. There are numerous reports and studies that have been
conducted about the benefits of Acupuncture to both acute and chronic pain conditions. However, Acupuncture can
also be beneficial in treating several other conditions too. The following is a non-extensive list of the
conditions of which case-controlled clinical studies have shown that Acupuncture is an effective
Our No Knot Club Acupuncturists will tailor a specific program according to your individual issues and needs. The number of times you may need Acupuncture will vary accordingly. During your initial consultation, your acupuncturist will sit with you to discuss your case and run through
your options, including an estimated appointment frequency and length of recovery time.
The number of treatments required will depend on the individual. A long-term chronic condition may need 1 to 2
treatments a week over several months to reconfigure your body. If you have an acute problem,
you will normally see a decrease in symptoms over 8 to 12 sessions.
It is possible to experience dramatic relief after your first appointment. Your No Knot Club acupuncturist will discuss your individualized treatment plan that includes the expected number of treatments during your first visit. It is not uncommon for your recovery journey to take several months of treatment. Your body's natural healing process can be supported and aided, but not rushed.
We at No Knot Club understand that the cost of recurring Acupuncture sessions over several months can add up quickly and become a burden during an already difficult time. We believe in a multidisciplinary health approach for everyone. That's why our carefully selected No Knot Club Acupuncturists are reducing the cost of Acupuncture treatment for everyone. By joining No Knot Club you'll gain access to our network of professional acupuncturists and unlock a guaranteed 20% and up to 40% discount with every single appointment made.