Hay fever Prevention Is Now

Have you noticed the wattle blooms in the last few days? Have you seen the bare trees with buds forming? Did you feel that wind and afternoon sunshine? Yup, Spring is around the corner.

Now is the best time to treat hay fever with Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture to prevent an itchy, sneezy springtime. That’s right. Before you have symptoms.

Want some more information and evidence? Here is some.

Did you suffer with hay fever last spring? Well you needn’t. We can help and we have a special on!

All Initial Acupuncture session for hay fever prevention with Dr. Shiro Akiyama are $20 off (in August 2017 only). You must mention this special when you book.

Dr. Shiro Akiyama

B.Sc Musculoskeletal Therapy & Traditional Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture

Dr. Shiro Akiyama graduated from Endeavor College of Natural Health with a Bachelor of Science (Musculoskeletal Therapy) and Bachelor of Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture).

He has a special interest and excels in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. Shiro enjoys a challenge! If you have a difficult problem that nobody has been able to help you with, come and see Shiro.

He incorporates gentle Japanese Traditional Medicine and acupuncture techniques, such as Japanese-style Moxibustion and Japanese fine needling.  Shiro is also an active member of Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA).
Outside of Freedom Chinese Medicine, he is a 2nd black belt Judo competitor and teacher. He is an active member of Judo Victoria (JVI).  He also plays soccer in his spare time.
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