Brisbane acupuncture clinician, Peter Kington, offers acupuncture and Chinese medicine in New Farm.
Peter has a special interest in supporting clients interested in acupuncture and Chinese medicine therapy for:
What if I’m not trying to fall pregnant? Does Peter Kington treat other things in his Brisbane acupuncture clinic?
Having been in practice since 2005, Peter has worked with many people using acupuncture and Chinese medicine therapy. The top six conditions, with a solid evidence base to support acupuncture as a therapy, include:
- Acupuncture pain relief therapy for pain
- Acupuncture headache migraine therapy for migraine and headache
- Acupuncture anxiety depression therapy for stress, anxiety and depression
- Acupuncture hayfever for hayfever and allergies
- Acupuncture irritable bowel syndrome therapy for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Acupuncture insomnia therapy for insomnia and poor sleep
For a more detailed discussion, click through to each page. To develop a broader understanding of the use of evidence in acupuncture and Chinese medicine therapy you will find this pagehelpful.
Why consult with Brisbane acupuncture clinician, Peter Kington and not someone else?
There are three reasons why you will want to choose Peter Kington as your Brisbane acupuncture practitioner:
You’re in good hands
In accordance with the registration standards of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA), all registered Chinese medicine practitioners are obliged to meet standards of safety and efficacy.
Peter places his clients’ safety and wellbeing at the forefront of his clinical practice.
“While no therapy is absolutely risk free, Peter is considered and cautious in his approach while being focused on helping his clients achieve their best possible clinical outcome.”
You can see Peter’s current registration status by viewing his registration page on the CMBA’s register of practitioners
Peter Kington is an industry leader
As well as being in full time practice since 2005, Peter has also maintained an active role in the development of the Chinese medicine profession.
In addition to his clinical practice, Peter has also taught undergraduate students, on and off, at the Endeavour College of Natural Health, since 2005. He has been a guest lecturer in the Master’s degree Chinese medicine program at Western Sydney University.
Since 2010, Peter has written and presented hundreds of hours of professional development seminars for colleagues across Australia, in New Zealand and also the United States of America.
This level of engagement helps to keep Peter’s knowledge fresh, constantly exploring new ideas while revising old learnings and ultimately helps him provide excellent clinical care for his clients.
Peter doesn’t live his life in a bubble
It is one of Peter’s greatest attributes – his empathetic approach to clinical practice.
While this doesn’t mean he will reach for the tissues at the first blip of sad or bad news, it does mean that Peter approaches his work with a sense of purpose, underpinned by a deep and abiding sense of compassion for the wellbeing of his clients.
Peter also prides himself on offering a welcoming and inclusive environment for those who seek his help including those from other cultures, women working towards a donor-conceived pregnancy and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer community.
Ready to book your first consultation?
Peter offers a range of days and appointment times for first and follow-up consultations.
Contact Peter and he or an associate will call you back, have a quick chat about your needs and find a mutually convenient time for your first appointment.
If you’d like to know more about the types of people Peter work with and what the process is for your first consultation, then visit his Process page.
To find out more about Peter, his experience and other areas of professional interest his about page has loads of information.