Chatswood, NSW Acupuncture & Chinese Massage

22 Oct 2019 16:25

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The origins of Chinese herbal medicine can be traced back at least 5,000 years. Graduated with tertiary degree of Chinese medicine in 60's last century, he served as the Head of Surgical Teaching best massage near Chatswood and Research department of Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the head of surgical department and oncology department of the university's second Affiliated Hospital.

Our practitioners support the recovery of ailments including postpartum disorders such as bleeding, cramps, constipation, hemorrhoids, fatigue, night sweats and sore nipples, pediatric breathing difficulties and digestive afflictions such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, poor appetite.

Served in Qingdao Chinese medicine hospital and Qingdao rehabilitation hospital before moved into Australia, she had also served as the executive director of the clinical committee of the Chinese society of acupuncture and moxibustion, and the executive director of external treatment committee of WFCMS; she was also a member of the health reservation and rehabilitation subcommittee of Chinese TCM Society; With many additional professional titles, Liu was awarded as the outstanding TCM figure in Qingdao City and the title of the famous Chinese medicine doctor in Qingdao, China.

And now we have several TCM clinical stores in major eastern coast cities of Australia including Haymarket in Sydney central, Chatswood in Sydney north, Cabramatta in Sydney west, and Hurstville in Sydney south, as well as Chinatown in Melbourne CBD, Box Hill in Melbourne east and Sunnybank in Brisbane south.

With over 30 years clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, Chen effectively utilises the Nine Needles” technique from the Traditional Chinese Medicine Classic text Nei Jing” and the Fei Long” Pulse Technique, and focuses on the following areas: Pain Management, including acute and chronic pain such as migraines, abdominal pain ,hip and back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome; Weight management; diabetic management; dizziness; cough; gastroenteritis, constipation, insomnia, heart palpitations, hypertension and stroke; acne, hay fever, chronic fatigue and skin allergic reactions; With training in TCM gynaecology whilst in China, she routinely helps women with menstrual disorders, infertility and management of menopause symptoms.

Luo focuses on the areas including Pain relief, Frozen shoulder, Low back pain, Headaches and migraines, Abdominal pain, Stomach ache, Endocrine Disorders, Obesity, Infertility ( IVF Support Treatment ), Irregular or painful periods, Thyroid dysfunction, Women health, Hot flushes, Digestion issues, Acid reflux and Heartburn, Diarrhea, IBS, Constipation, Other, Chronic fatigue, Stress and Depression, General wellness, Allergy (Rhinitis、Hay fever、Eczema…), Insomnia, Skin problems, quit smoking and drinking, Diabetes, Cramps, Memory drop etc.

Acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use, disposable needles into specific sites (acupuncture points) along the body's energy pathways (meridians) to clear energy blockages and encourage the normal flow of energy, or Qi, through the body.

Liu has a special interest in many difficult conditions, including Fever, cough, chest tightness , stomach-ache, Menopausal disorders, dysmenorrhea, leucorrhea, dizziness & vertigo, intractable insomnia, headache, arthritis, low back pain, skin allergic, acne, eczema; pediatric dyspepsia, ADHD (attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder).

After 5 years of real time practical usage by many Chinese Medicine practitioners Australia nationwide, used by the practitioners with computer skills from almost 0 to 10 score, Smart TCM software has been practical approved to be one of the top grade Chinese Medicine computer softwares at present.

Some of them are even holding overseas TCM Doctor Licenses with extensive integrative medical experience from China TCM hospitals and various clinical treatments. On July 18 2011 the Australian Health Ministers Council announced that the Chinese medicine profession will be included in the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) on July 1, 2012.

Having her TCM clinical practice, teaching and research for more than 30 years, Liu dedicated herself at TCM diagnosis and differentiation treatment. She has interest in utilising both acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat internal ailments, orthopaedic and gynaecologic problems.

I treat the whole patient by combining the best of Orthodox Western Medicine, Nutrition, Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture to restore balance and wellness. Chinese medicine focuses on the underlying condition as well as the treatment of the symptoms. Dr Liu's website describes him as "Australia's leading Chinese herbal practitioner".

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