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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Can you go somewhere in your lunch break or use an hour or so of sick leave to go? Go before (early appointment) or after work (late appointment)?
    I only get 30 mins for lunch & getting anywhere would involve a taxi or public transport. I can use sick leave occasionally but not regularly

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    Can you do it before or after work?

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    After work i have nowhere to leave ds - daycare closes at 6.15pm & dh doesnt get home till 6.30 at the earliest. I start work at 8 & cant find anywhere that does really early morning appointments either that is close enough to get to work via taxi or public transport before 8am.

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    Please packet of timtams stop looking at me! I don't really want to eat you.

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    There are places within shopping centres, they would be your best bet on a saturday

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    Quote Originally Posted by heplusme View Post
    There are places within shopping centres, they would be your best bet on a saturday
    Are they any good? Properly qualified etc? I wasnt sure, ive heard that a lot of them arent

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Are they any good? Properly qualified etc? I wasnt sure, ive heard that a lot of them arent
    I went to Chi Link once and had acupuncture for migraines. I only had the one session and noticed a marked difference. They were recommended to me by a colleague. Do you have private health insurance? I just went into the bupa website and did some research. Any acupuncturist who you can claim on private health HAS to be a registered practitioner. Hope this helps. They have shopfronts at:

    Garden City x2
    Carindale
    Myer Centre
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    Indooroopilly
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    North Lakes

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    I'm sitting watching DS2 make a HUGE mess on the floor! He found his brothers bowl of apple slices and is sitting there chewing each of them up really quickly thanks to his newly acquired top teeth. Problem is he's having to much fun and chewing to quickly to be able to swallow as there's to much in his mouth so he's just spitting it out again, so he can chew more, lucky he's having fun!

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    Ds2 has been screaming for more than 2 hours now...😴😴😴


 

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