Men's Health

Pain is the initial reason most men come to CompMed however they soon discover the side effects of acupuncture may promote stress relief, improved energy and a more fulfilling life.

At CompMed we adopt an informative treatment strategy to help men feel comfortable in understanding the underlying causes of their imbalances, and bringing about a general sense of well being. Acupuncture can be used to treat many male problems including enlarged prostate, sexual health, stress, anxiety, weight loss, digestion, or simply maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

 

Stress, insomnia and anxiety

Stress has become the working man's status symbol. Stress means you're busy however its not good for your health. Excess stress can lead to hair loss, libido reduction, energy reduction, back pain and sleep loss. Acupuncture works with the para-sympathetic nervous system to lower cortisol production and increase blood flow to the digestive system and cardiovascular system which may help to increase energy, lower stress, reduce pain and stiffness, reduce belly fat and promote a more restful sleep.

 

Sexual health

Acupuncture has been used for millennia to maintain blood flow and muscle tone. So if you have erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, excess or deplete libido or pain with intercourse, we use Chinese medicine and acupuncture to diagnose and treat internal imbalances that are leading to your condition. This approach allows us to treat you holistically. And NO we don't need to see or needle the genitals, so nothing to fear.

 

Prostate health

At CompMed we treat prostatitis and benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) with acupuncture and dietary supplements. If you're experiencing frequent urination, hesitancy, dribbling, pain, or you're getting up during the night to urinate, these may be signs your prostate is enlarged. Please consult your GP for definitive testing and bring your results to your consultation where your acupuncturist will discuss a treatment approach to help you on the road to wellness.

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