Acupuncture, Massage Therapies, Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Melbourne Acupuncture is a group of dedicated health consultants. We use acupuncture, herbal medicine, massage therapies, dietary and exercise techniques to activate the innate healing responses. We offer alternatives to drug-based medical approaches using state of the art natural therapies from the vast east asian medical tradition and up to date massage techniques. Our focus is on the patient experience and positive health outcomes based on results from long term clinical practice and research.
Melbourne Acupuncture has developed a series of health programs suitable for many health situations. Based on an initial consultation assessment, a suitable program of treatment can be selected.
Laser Acupuncture, Chinese Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Fertility Acupuncture, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Nutritional Medicine, Remedial Massage, Cupping and Qi Gong.
We have a combined experience of over 70 years, in Australia and China. We have special interest and knowledge in many areas, visit About Us for details.
You may be worried – relax, we pride ourselves on providing a gentle, professional, confidential and wonderfully relaxing experience.
We are practitioners who listen carefully to your needs, and are open to all forms of health care.
We provide quality care at a fair and reasonable price. Many major private Health Insurance companies now provide a rebate for Acupuncture. Click here for pricing and rebate info. We also offer low cost/ community acupuncture sessions for $40/$30.
Freedom Chinese Medicine is a team of well qualified and registered practitioners.
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In late 2017 a group of health practitioners signed the lease to two buildings on St Georges Rd Fitzroy North. The plan was to create a multi-modal medical practice that we would want to go. No cramped consulting rooms without windows or TVs playing advertisements in the waiting room. But rather a beautiful space with practitioners and staff that cared for the community. The premise was to be a practice that housed the practitioners that could help people in a biopsychosocial manner.