Lynda Wharton - Acupuncturist and Naturopath
Torbay Acupuncture and Naturopathy Clinic
Specialist Wholistic Treatment on the North Shore and Hibiscus Coast
*** Please note my clinic address has changed ***
I now operate from my clinic at Whangaparaoa (contact me for directions). Directions are here
Lynda Wharton has been at the forefront of wholistic therapies in New Zealand for over 30 years. She is both a Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist and a Naturopath, and is a member of the New Zealand Register of Acupuncturists (MNZRA). Lynda specializes in the wholistic treatment of women’s health problems.
Lynda combines the time tested healing of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture with Naturopathic Medicine. Typical conditions she sees at her clinic include:
- Infertility and IVF support
- Pregnancy care and birth preparation and recovery
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Menstrual disorders including: PMS, painful, irregular or heavy periods
- Menopausal and Perimenopausal challenges
- Anxiety, depression, insomnia, “burnout”
- Cardiovascular, Digestive and Immune disorders
- Breast health programs
You are invited to contact Lynda to discuss how she can assist you in returning to optimum health and well-being.
Phone 021-371-113 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
ACC registered for subsidised treatment of Musculoskeletal injury
“thank you, thank you, I am so happy to have my life back and feel well again” Antonia
“I would not hesitate to recommend Lynda to any woman experiencing health difficulties” Jen S
“Lynda’s treatment has left me feeling wholesome and restored. I could not speak highly enough of Lynda and her work” Lidya
“Truly, Lynda was the person of the year for our family, I wish we had more people like her around” Ilya
A note on safety
For the past 50 years, acupuncture has been subjected to intensive scientific evaluation in over 8,000 clinical trials and has demonstrated its effectiveness in the treatment of many diseases occurring in modern Western societies. But in order to be a viable healthcare choice, any treatment must not only be effective but also be safe for patients, demonstrating a good balance of benefit to potential harm. If the effectiveness of acupuncture is impressive, its safety profile is even more so.
There is no other intervention in the modern Western medical system that can even comes close to acupuncture in terms of safety.
This article discusses the safety of acupuncture as well as some of the main issues concerning research in the field.
Wholistic women's health – Lynda Wharton