Orā Acupuncture specializes in providing treatment for a wide range of women’s health issues including menstrual disorders, infertility, pregnancy and postnatal treatments.
Pregnancy – Orā Acupuncture can provide safe and effective treatments for some of the common discomforts experienced in pregnancy e.g. morning sickness, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, back ache, digestive problems etc. As well as some conditions that can complicate pregnancy e.g. high blood pressure, fluid retention, breech and posterior position.
Fertility – Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can assist couples who are experiencing infertility and who are wanting to explore less invasive methods to increase their chance of becoming pregnant or couples who are currently participating in a Western Fertility Programme and want to improve their chances of a healthy pregnancy.
Acupuncture – is a safe drug free modality that can help with an array of conditions during pregnancy e.g. common colds, fatigue, stress, migraines etc.
Tineke Logan is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioner who is registered to provide ACC treatments. As a mother to four children Tineke draws from life experience, knowledge and skills to support her patients on their wellness journey.
For further information and to make a booking please phone: 021 701 113
Lee-Ana – Acupuncture, Bodywork, Chinese medicine practitioner
BHS – Acupuncture, Dip Tuina-Qigong, AcuNZ member, ACC provider
Lee-Ana has well over a decade of experience focusing on pregnancy, children, fertility and womens health. She often also ends up treating men as a result of partners sending them so treats a wide range of conditions including chronic disorders. Currently studying the Masters in Health Science – Chinese medicine, her specialty is Acupuncture for Antenatal Mental Health and studies have led to supervising and teaching part time at NZSATCM here in Auckland.
Lee-Ana draws from ancient whole system practices and merges it with the evidence base using gentle needle techniques. Acupuncture has been found to have minimal adverse events in research so is generally thought to be safe in the hands of well-trained practitioners (MacDonald & Janz, 2017) and tends to have high levels of patient satisfaction (ASH, 2016, Betts, 2017).
Lee-Ana has treated pregnant women for morning sickness, breech, fatigue, pre-birth treatments, induction, low back pain, pubic symphysis pain, carpel tunnel, sleep problems, stress, anxiety, pre and post-natal depression, heart burn, digestive problems, respiratory problems, musculoskeletal problems and more.
+64 27 310 7014
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Betts, D., McMullan, J., & Walker, L. (2016). The use of maternity acupuncture within a New Zealand public hospital: Integration within an outpatient clinic. NZ College of Midwives Journal, (52), 45–49. Retrieved from https://www.midwife.org.nz/resources-events/nzcom-journal/issue-52/the-use-of-maternity-acupuncture-within-a-new-zealand-public-hospital-integration-within-an-outpatient-clinic1/
McDonald, J., & Janz, S. (2017). The Acupuncture Evidence Project: A Comparative Literature Review (Vol. 2017). Retrieved from http://aeacu.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/The-Acupuncture-Evidence-Project_Mcdonald-and-Janz_Feb_2017_Reissued_April_2017.pdf