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Pain Management


Plant Medicine

Our skilled medical professionals specialise in prescribing plant-based medicine, as an effective addition to our treatment options for chronic diseases. This natural remedy has shown remarkable potential in alleviating the symptoms and improving the quality of life for our needy patients.
Our experienced independent medical practitioners provide personalised care and guidance, prescribing plant medicine for various conditions, including chronic pain, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and the relief of nausea associated with chemotherapy. We are committed to enhancing the well-being of our patients through the responsible use of plant medicine.



We advise you to try acupuncture at least once because it is the best alternative medical treatment. Our laser pain management clinic takes medical acupuncture to a new level by giving care that is usually only provided by experienced medical doctors. Our experienced, independent medical practitioners have a lot of training on how the nervous system works, which gives them unbeatable skill and accuracy. The well-known Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC) trained and certified them, so you know you'll get the best care possible.
Acupuncture can help with allergies, asthma, headaches, back pain, neck pain, stiffness, insomnia, anxiety, depression, chronic tiredness, fibromyalgia, addictions, and constipation.


Low-Level Laser Therapy

Low-Level Laser Therapy, also known as Photobiomodulation or Cold Laser Therapy, stimulates biological processes by directing low-intensity laser beams at the skin. This approach triggers biological reactions in wounded cells using light. These alterations affect cellular metabolism, which enhances the immune system, reduces inflammation, speeds tissue healing, and reduces pain.
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) stimulates cell photochemical reactions rather than heat. Because of this, LLLT is sometimes called "photobiology" or "biostimulation."

low level laser

For a deeper understanding of LLLT, Acupuncture, and its benefits, you can visit our laser pain management Clinic at www.laserpainmanagement.com.au. Experience the wonders of LLLT and Acupuncture and take a step toward a healthier, pain-free life.


Acupuncture works by stimulating specific parts of the body called acupuncture sites or acupoints. This changes the way the body works and helps it heal itself.

Two to three sessions per week are usually advised for acute problems, while one session per week may be suggested for persistent or long-term issues. The doctor will share the treatment plan details based on the patient’s health and medical history.

Acupuncture often “hurts.” People may feel a dull ache or a minor tingling when the needle is inserted. Points at the ends of fingers and toes can sometimes be a little sharp, but the feeling usually doesn’t last long.

When done by a trained professional, like a doctor, Acupuncture is usually thought to be quite safe. The doctor will usually get a full medical background from the patient and talk to them about any possible side effects.

Acupuncture is not suggested for pregnant women or people with epilepsy, but the doctor will decide before treatment begins.

LLLT works by passing specific wavelengths of light through the skin and into damaged cells. This leads to less inflammation, less pain, a better immune reaction, and faster tissue healing because cellular metabolism works better.

LLLT’s effectiveness varies by condition. Sessions last 25 to 50 minutes, 2+ times weekly.

LLLT doesn’t hurt and is completely safe. It has no side effects and is not invasive, making it an excellent choice for people who want to heal quickly and without pain.

LLLT doesn’t put you at risk of getting skin cancer from the laser beams. It is a safe and effective way to heal.

LLLT is usually safe for most people, but there are times when you should be careful. Our experts will examine your unique case to ensure you are healthy.

The use of plant medicine in children and elderly individuals should be closely monitored by healthcare professionals, as the dosages and potential effects may differ from those in adults.

It’s essential to inform your healthcare provider about all medications you are taking.

Yes, plant medicine is specifically used to treat medical conditions and is typically obtained through a prescription or recommendation from a healthcare provider.