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At our clinic, we practise an integrated, holistic approach to relieving pain, improving health, reducing stress levels and boosting overall wellbeing. We focus strongly on using acupuncture and remedial massage. Our treatments are non-invasive and...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
16 Hardie St, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia
Accupucture to fix my tired old body. A relaxing rejuvenated experience with great results first time I been coming to the same practice when it was under Daniel Waldman and now Leif who worked under him for 7 years has taken over the business. Today...More
The combination of desk work and weekends filled with various sports leaves my body quite strained and stressed.
I started acupuncture treatment earlier in the year to relieve the problem areas around my neck amd lower back.
The acupuncturist Leif Tunell, was able to directly...More
I first started receiving acupuncture treatment from Leif nearly 10 years ago when I lived in Sydney. After moving back home to Melbourne, Leif remains my go to acupuncturist and massage therapist whenever I am in Sydney.
At Pain Relief & Wellness Clinic, Leif combines...More
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