Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Chinese herbal medicine has a long history of use, dating back millennia and it continues to be used in many countries today as the first and primary treatment of choice. Herbal medicine traditionally involved the use of raw herbs boiled in water for a period of time, with the subsequent broth reduced to concentrate the active ingredients which was then consumed as a liquid tea.
While raw herbs continue to be used in contemporary practice, a range of other options for taking herbal medicine are also available.
Our practitioners are experienced and highly trained clinicians specialising in the use of Chinese herbal medicines for a wide range of illness and dysfunction. Our staff can assist you in deciding whether Chinese herbal medicine will be of benefit to your health.
Our team consists of a remarkable group of dedicated practitioners all of whom have undertaken, and continue to undertake, extensive training in Chinese medicine gynaecology and infertility.