Bob Wong | Acupuncturist  & Traditional Chinese Medicine

What is Acupressure Massage?

Acupressure is a therapeutic, non-invasive style of massage based off the acupuncture system of meridians and channels. This style of massage has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 3500 years! Acupressure massage uses a combination of relaxation & deep tissue massage on specific acupressure points in order to improve circulation & energy in other areas of the body.
One of the best things about acupressure massage is that it can be done entirely at home by you or your partner, making it FREE, easily accessible & convenient.

How does Acupressure help with fertility?

There are a number of ways in which acupressure massage can assist with fertility & conception, here are just a few of the many benefits:

  • Helps increase blood flow systemically
  • Allows circulation to increase in the uterus and other reproductive organs.
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Can be used in conjunction with other fertility treatments i.e. IVF
  • May support natural hormone balance

Unfortunately acupressure massage isn’t safe to use during pregnancy, so if you are pregnant or think you may be do not use. To book a consultation with Bob Wong to discuss other supportive options please click here.

How do you do it?

Another fantastic benefit of acupressure massage is that it’s relatively quick & easily to administer by either you or your partner. Simply hold each point for the total of 20-30 seconds, release & repeat for 1-2 mins. A sore or achy sensation may be experienced, this is perfectly normal.

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Location: between the index and thumb. mid between at the junction.

Indications:  Aside from fertility it also helps with headaches, digestive issues, stress and anxiety.



Location: On the inside of the ankle, three finger breadths above the inner ankle.

Indications: period pain, groin pain, irritability, cramping



Location: On the sole of the foot between the second and third toes, at the depression near ball of the foot.

massage towards the big toe.

Indications: headaches, dizziness, vertigo, stress


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Bob Wong is an AHPRA licensed, sixth generation acupuncturist from the USA. He  currently works from his acupuncture Brisbane clinic. He has experience working in China, USA, and Australia with a special focus in chronic pain, Women’s Health, Fertility, Pregnancy Care, Stroke Recovery, Neurological Disorders, Back Pain,Sciatica,Frozen Shoulder,Arthritis, Bell’s palsy, and other musculoskeletal ailments.