Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Services
Bloom Chinese Medicine is a Sunshine Coast Acupuncture clinic offering a range of services to support your health and wellbeing. We are increasingly sought after by women facing hormonal health issues, and by couples facing fertility challenges. Our beautiful clinic in Maroochydore is only a couple of minutes walk from the beach, and is purely a Chinese Medicine specialty clinic. Our interests in fertility acupuncture, pregnancy acupuncture, IVF acupuncture, womens health acupuncture and autoimmune disease support make Bloom Chinese Medicine a haven for women to come and relax, recuperate and rejuvenate.
Our passionate, caring and experienced team can support you, whatever your needs.
Get in touch today to learn more about how we can help you.
Our Areas of Interest and Expertise…
Acupuncture may aid in the treatment of many women’s health conditions, including cycle regulation, premenstrual symptoms and more (1).
Acupuncture may help to optimise blood flow to the uterus and ovaries (2), and improve the receptivity of the uterine lining (3), which is important for a healthy conception and pregnancy.
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine have been shown to increase pregnancy rates in women undergoing IVF treatment(4,5), by optimising blood flow(2), & improving the receptivity of the uterine lining(3).
Research has shown acupuncture to be effective in the relief of pain of the back or pelvis during pregnancy, and may be helpful for nausea, headaches and more (6).
For thousands of years, Chinese Medicine has emphasised the importance of post-partum care in new mothers..
Pain & General Wellbeing
Acupuncture has a long track record in being effective for many types of pain and discomfort.
Chronic & Autoimmune Conditions
If you’ve been diagnosed by a complex or autoimmune condition, there are many ways we may be able to support you.
Stress & Emotional Wellness
Research has shown acupuncture may reduce stress and anxiety (8,9) and may be better than usual care alone for the treatment of depression (10).
Our Passionate, Caring Team
(1) McDonald J, Janz S. The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Revised Edition). Brisbane: Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd; 2017. http://www.acupuncture.org.au.
(2) Ho M, Huang LC, Chang YY, Chang WC, Yang TC, Tsai HD. Electroacupuncture reduces uterine artery blood flow impedance in infertile women. Taiwan J Obstet Gynecol. 2009 Jun. (Link to research)
(3) Shuai Z, Li P, Yang W. Effect of transcutaneous electrical acupuncture point stimulation on endometrial receptivity in women undergoing frozen-thawed embryo transfer: a single-blind prospective randomised controlled trial. Acupunct Med. 2015 Feb. (Link to research)
(4) Qian Y, Xia XR, Ochin H, Huang C, Gao C, Gao L, et al. Therapeutic effect of acupuncture on the outcomes of in vitro fertilization: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2016 Dec 19.(Link to research)
(5) Hullender RL, Opsahl MS, Wiemer KE, Mist SD, Caughey AB. Impact of whole systems traditional Chinese medicine on in vitro fertilization outcomes. Reprod BioMed Online. 2015 Jun. (Link to research)
(6) McDonald J, Janz S. The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Revised Edition). Brisbane: Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd; 2017. http://www.acupuncture.org.au.
(7) American Specialty Health Incorporated Health Services Department. (2016). Acupuncture: Does Acupuncture Provided Within a Managed Care Setting Meet Patient Expectations and Quality Outcomes?, 1–12. (Link to report)
(8) Bussel J (2013), The Effect of Acupuncture on Working Memory and Anxiety, 6(5):241-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jams.2012.12.006. (Link to research)
(9) Reilly P, Buchanan T, Vafides C, Breakey S, Dykes P (2014). Auricular Acupuncture to relieve health care workers’ stress and anxiety: impact on caring, 33(3):151-9. doi: 10.1097/DCC.0000000000000039. (Link to research)
(11) Chmienlnicki B (2014), Hypertension, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/hypertension/
(12) Chmienlnicki B (2014), Ischaemic Heart Disease and Angina Pectoris, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/ischaemic-heart-disease-and-angina-pectoris/
(13) Chmienlnicki B (2014), Arrhythmia, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/arrhythmia
(14) Chmienlnicki B, Gastroesophageal Reflux, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/gastroesophageal-reflux/
(15) Chmienlnicki B, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/irritable-bowel-syndrome-acupuncture/
(16) Chmienlnicki B, Obesity, Evidence Based Acupuncture, URL: https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/obesity/
(17) McDonald J, Janz S. The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Revised Edition). Brisbane: Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd; 2017. http://www.acupuncture.org.au.
(18) MacPherson H, Thomas K, Walters S, Fitter M. The York acupuncture safety study: prospective survey of 34 000 treatments by traditional acupuncturists. Britisxh Medical Journal. 2001 May 23. (Link to research)
Bloom Chinese Medicine is an integrative Chinese medicine and acupuncture clinic committed to providing the best outcomes for our patients, and empowering them along their journey to optimal fertility and wellness. Centrally located in Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast, we have visitors from local suburbs and all over Queensland. Proudly servicing Buddina, Maroochydore, Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headland, Buderim, Kawana, Minyama, Parrearra, Warana, Birtinya, Bokarina, Wurtulla, Little Mountain, Caloundra, Aroona, Bells Creek, Meridian Plains, Palmview, Sippy Downs, Mountain Creek, Kuluin, Kunda Park, Diddillibah, Twin Waters, Pacific Paradise, Mudjimba, Marcoola, Bli Bli, Coolum, Yaroomba, Yandina, Ninderry, Valdora, Peregian Springs, Peregian Beach, Doonan, Noosaville, Noosa, Noosaville, Tewantin, Doonan, and Nambour.