We are offering the AcuQuit Laser to Quit smoking program to Perth.
Tobacco use was responsible for an estimated 1,673 deaths of Western Australians in 2013, and 19,196 hospitalisations in 2015. Perth has an approximate 16% smoking rate according to the Healthy Communities report on Tobacco smoking rates across Australia from 2011–12. Perth North Metro, Perth Central and Perth East Metro all reported a 16% rate of smoking while Perth South Coastal reported an 18% cigarette smoking rate.
Some 31 per cent of single parents unable or unwilling to kick the habit compared with 12.7 per cent of the general population. Latest figures show that five per cent of WA secondary school students aged 12-17 years reported that they were regular smokers and 10 per cent of women reported smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy, with nine per cent reported smoking after the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.
We offer laser therapy to help you quit smoking and quit for good.
The AcuQuit® treatment is Laser Acupuncture therapy (without needles) designed to reduce your cravings for cigarettes and stop the addiction.
AcuQuit® is performed by AcuQuit® therapists who are health practitioners registered with the Australian Government. They are qualified and experienced to perform this treatment.
For information on how AcuQuit® works click here.
The treatment has been designed to reduce the physical symptoms of nicotine addiction and withdrawal (such as cravings) to enable people to quit smoking. The overall treatment time is approximately 30 minutes.
Our treatment is drug free and we do not use any quit smoking hypnosis or quit smoking hypnotherapy techniques.
There are many research articles available examining Acupuncture’s role in addiction and the potential for treatment to reduce and eliminate dependency.
Early research showed that Laser Acupuncture had a 71% success rate in a preliminary report conducted on heavy smoking patients. 
Laser acupoint stimulation does indeed modify the physical symptoms of withdrawal and makes it possible for motivated persons to succeed in overcoming habitual smoking of tobacco, concluded a double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized study. 
The most recent Cochrane Systematic Review (White 2014) states that for laser stimulation that the above study (Kerr 2008) is strongly positive at both short and long-term outcomes. 
This external research suggests that Laser Acupuncture treatments and protocols may provide beneficial outcomes however other papers did not have the same findings so the evidence is regarded as mixed. The AcuQuit treatment is unique and so treatment methods and results will vary from available research. We encourage patients to make an informed decision knowing that success cannot be guaranteed with our treatment.
AcuQuit® Quit Smoking Perth Location
Please note that all our treatments are by appointment only.
4/49 Great Eastern Hwy
Rivervale WA 6103
Our Perth Laser to Stop smoking clinic is located at 49 Great Eastern Highway in Rivervale. Our clinic is inside Shop 4 which is the Eastgate Chiropractic clinic. The complex is on the corner of the Great Eastern Highway and Kooyong Road. Please ensure you choose the Great Eastern Highway in Rivervale if using GPS navigation.
There is parking directly outside our clinic.
Located on the corner of Great Eastern Highway and Kooyong Road in Rivervale. Within the Eastgate Commercial Centre.
Our Perth Laser to Stop smoking clinic is 30 minutes from Joondalup and Fremantle, 1 hour from Mandurah, 2 hours from Bunbury, 2.5 hours from Busselton, 4.5 hours from Albany and Geraldton, 6.5 hours from Kalgoorlie, 7.5 hours from Esperance and 18 hours from Port Hedland.
Click here to book your Quit Smoking Laser Perth appointment online.
Alternatively phone us on 1800228784 to make a booking or for more information.
 Laser-acupuncture reduces cigarette smoking: a preliminary report. Zalesskiy VN, Belousova IA, Frolov GV. Acupunct Electrother Res. 1983;8(3-4):297-302. Link
 Low level laser for the stimulation of acupoints for smoking cessation: a double blind, placebo controlled randomised trial and semi structured interviews. Catherine M. Kerr, Paul B. Lowe & Neil I. Spielholz. Link
 White AR, Rampes H, Liu JP, Stead LF, Campbell J. Acupuncture and related interventions for smoking cessation. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2014(1):Cd000009. Link