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A whole new experience




Sheng-Feng Huang (Sam) has been working in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine for many years. He and his wife migrated to NZ from Taiwan since 1995. Sam is fully qualified in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.


In our clinics, we offer treatments for:

  • Neck and Back pain 

  • Indigestion/Reflux

  • Hayfever/Sinus

  • Weight loss

  • Post-surgical rehab

  • Tennis Elbow​

  • Headache/Migraines 

  • Insomnia

  • Infertility

  • Arthritis

  • Sciatica nerve pain

  • Menstrual pain


Acupuncture is an alternative form of medicine where thin needles are inserted into specific points along the body. This practice regulates the flow of energy throughout the body, inducing the production of chemicals that have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. 

Acupuncture is mostly used to relieve chronic or acute pain: Headaches, lower back pain, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, and menstrual cramps.


Acupuncturists can determine where the energy flow in the body is weak or stagnant. Specific points stimulated by Electro-acupuncture can promote energy flow; relieving pain. The use of electro-acupuncture increases metabolism rate and combined with advised diet and exercise, it can be possible for patients to reduce their weight 1kg per week.


This type of massage is used to treat musculoskeletal disorder the most, like strains and sports injuries. Often the slow and deep strokes targets the deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues which help break scar tissues that form following an injury. Tension in muscles and tissues are also reduced as a result. 

These are a few examples:

  • Cold and flu:  Chinese herbs can reduce runny nose, cough, and headache and strengthen your build immunity.

  • Sinusitis:  Chinese herbs can increase the air flow in your air pipe to reduce nasal congestion and improve breathing.

  • Diarrhea and constipation: Chinese herbs can improve spleen and stomach functions in digestion and regulate bowel movements.


Cupping uses small glass or plastic suction cups that are placed on the skin. This disperses stagnation and congestion of energy by drawing congested blood or energy to the surface of the skin. Cupping is another method to regulate the body's flow of energy, therefore reducing pain.

Colour can range from light pink to dark purple/black. The darker the area indicates the higher level of toxins are present in the body.

Current studies have shown bloodletting has an instant analgesic effect (relief from pain). Traditional Chinese Medicine states that pain is due to the meridian channel being blocked. By using bloodletting the blockage is released, promoting the flow of energy and blood.

"No Qi blockage, no pain; where there is pain there is Qi blockage"

Price list

Price List


ACC Treatment Surcharge $30

Acupuncture & Associates

              Initial Treatment  $90  (60 minutes can include: acupuncture, cupping, and electro-stimulation)        

Follow up Treatment  $60 (30 minutes)  $80 (45 minutes)  $90 (60 minutes)


Blood-letting and cupping $20                                              


Deep Tissue Massage + Cupping $60 (30 minutes)  $80 (45 minutes)  $90 (60 minutes)

Chinese Herbs


Diagnosis $20 (15 minutes)            


Herbs $30 (3 days)       $60 (7 days)


63 Jellicoe Street

Te Puke 

Western Bay of Plenty 

Tel: 07 - 394 - 9528

Mob: 021 - 303 - 688

Open hours:

Mon-Fri 9am - 6pm

Sat and Sun by booking

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