Welcome to our clinic

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As soon as you walk through the pretty arbor and down the country style garden path, you will feel yourself starting to relax and let go of everything. By the time you reach the comfortable, private massage tables, you will be thankful you made the choice to take care of yourself.

AcuBalance acupuncture clinic is a caring, family run Brisbane acupuncture clinic.

Our qualified staff pride ourselves on taking the very best care of you as we take care to individually tailor treatments for you.

Your treatment options may include:

  • Acupuncture
  • Cupping
  • Massage
  • Infrared Sauna
  • Laser Acupuncture
  • Electro Acupuncture
  • Auricular acupuncture
  • Essential oils
  • Sound Healing & More.

Instant claim with HICAPS

Your acupuncture treatment is eligible for immediate claimed on your private health funds. We have both HICAPS and EFTPOS facilities in our acupuncture clinic reception.


AcuBalance Brisbane is easily located on the Northside of Brisbane in Chermside West. There are plenty of street car parks and the clinic is well signed.

Brisbane Acupuncture Treatment

Our rooms

Our private rooms have air conditioning, heaters and ambient music. All linen is fresh & clean. Everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing experience.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday

By appointment only. We do not accept walk ins.

Extended hours available on special request.

AcuBalance Acupuncture Clinic Address

The Clinic is located in Chermside West. Upon booking, the specific address will be emailed to you.

Brisbane Public transport

The bus station is in close walking distance to AcuBalance.

Buses South To Brisbane:
Bus stop: Appleby Rd at Stafford Heights, Stafford Heights: Translink Bus 345 is an express to and from Brisbane city

Buses South to Fortitude Valley:
Bus Stop Maundrell Tce at Risdon Street, Stop 42 Translink Bus 346

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AcuBalance Cancellation Policy

We thank you for supporting a local family run business. We request 24 hours notice, if you need to cancel your appointment. We are understanding of things that may come up so please contact us regardless.

Following this policy allows other people on the wait list to potentially have an appointment.

Repeated cancellations within 24 hours will incur a full fee. If you do not advise us that you can not make your appointment and do not show, the full appointment value will be invoiced to you. The invoice is sent via email and you have 45 days to pay.

​We thank you for your consideration.

Acupuncture is an Australian government regulated industry

Acupuncture is a regulated medical profession in Australia. All acupuncturists maintain their knowledge once qualified with yearly minimum study requirements. Being a registered health profession, Acupuncture clinics in Australia are unable to publish reviews or testimonials of acupuncture. It is our professional duty to disclose that all results from acupuncture are individual and unique. With thousands of acupuncture clinical trials published the evidence for acupuncture treating specific conditions varies depending on the condition. Our professional therapists can advise you.

In certain circumstances referral to other practitioners will be most appropriate for your condition and we will always advise this during your consultation. When in our professional care, our knowledge and years of clinical experiences, guides us on approximately how many treatments you will require and we will be able to gauge if Acupuncture is appropriate for you. Every treatment we will evaluate our treatment care schedule with you.

AcuBalance adheres to all the professional codes and will only publish top quality, well referenced information on acupuncture and what acupuncture is good for. If you are unsure if acupuncture is suitable for your condition, we welcome your inquiry. Chinese medicine is generally considered to be safe but occasionally (as with all health treatments) may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases. Acupuncture is considered non-invasive procedure. If unsure, we recommend you seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.