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Chung's Chinese Medicine

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Chung Lin
239 Nicholson St
Carlton VIC 3053
Servicing area: Carlton
Chung's Chinese Medicine

Chung is a fully qualified and registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner that practices in Carlton. Drawing from the experience of a rich family history of Chinese Medicine practitioners, he will be able to assess your unique constitution and current pattern of disharmony and prescribe acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine that are tailored to you as an individual.

Chung's Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Carlton

Acupuncture
Chinese Herbal Medicine


Clinic Location

239 Nicolson Street
Carlton VIC 3053

2 hour off street parking are available in front of clinic on Nicholson street as well as Kay street

96 Tram from Parliament station stops right outside clinic.


About Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine is a traditional complementary medicine ideally suited to curing the aches and pains of modern lifestyles. It has been proven to be effective in alleviating the symptoms of muscular pain, arthritis, chronic fatigue, pre or post menopausal syndromes and many other ailments. Patients are frequently astonished at the improvement in happiness and lifestyle that can be brought about by traditional treatments such as acupuncture, herbal medicine and traditional Chinese massage.


Fundamental Concepts

Chinese Medicine is based on a tradition of knowledge which has accumulated over thousands of years. The underlying philosophy is based on energy (known as "Qi") flowing through the body. Chinese medicine believes that health in the body and mind depends on the free flowing of Qi throughout the body, and that when this flow is blocked or disrupted, it causes the certain bodily functions to become over active or under active, resulting in physical illness, or mental or emotional imbalance.

The job of a Chinese Medicine practitioner is to detect the energy channels which are blocked, and provide treatment to restore balance and energy flow. This is achieved with the aid of different therapeutic tools such as herbs and acupuncture.


What you can expect in a session

A typical treatment normally lasts for forty-five minutes to an hour. Your Chinese Medical practitioner starts by asking for your medical history and signs and symptoms. He or she will take your pulse, examine your tongue, check for sites of pain in various channels of energy flow and come up with a diagnosis based on the findings. Your diagnosis will be explained to you in Chinese Medicine terms so you can understand what is happening and the possible causes for the pattern to develop over time. After that, various tools such as acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, herbal medicine and Tui Na massage will be used as necessary to correct the energetic imbalance. You will also be given certain exercises, stretches and diet recommendations which will facilitate recovery between treatments.


What can be treated by Chinese Medicine?

Chinese medicine treats patterns of disharmony, and its focus is on restoring health and balance, therefore it is not disease specific, however commonly treated conditions are things like:

muscular pain
arthritis
anxiety disorders
depression
insomnia
migraine and cluster headaches
chronic fatigue
menopausal syndromes
Premenstrual syndromes (PMS)
nicotine addiction alcohol and other addictions
natural and IVF pregnancy support
infertility in men and women
urinary tract infections
skin disorders
premature hair loss
snoring
autoimmune problems like hay fever and other allergies, irritable bowel syndromes, etc.


About Chung

Chung Hsiu Lin is a fully qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner, with a Bachelor degree in Chinese Medicine from Victoria University. Born in Taiwan, Chung is the third generation in his family to practice Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Having grown up with Chinese Medicine, Chung has experienced first hand the benefits of Acupuncture and Herbal treatments, and having attained his qualifications here in Australia he is able to explain clearly the Chinese medical perspective of your condition and what needs to be done to bring about recovery.


Cost of Services

Acupuncture / Herbal Consultation

Initial consultation $125

and followup Sessions $110*

^Herbs are charged separately
*Pensioners and Healthcare card holders receive $15 off upon presentation of ID.

Chinese massage and cupping may be performed during
treatment and is charged at $1 per minute on top of the
standard consult fee.

A $55 cancellation fee will be charged on top of the next bill if 24hr prior notice not given. We appreciate prior notice for cancellations, as we need time to notify clients on a waiting list.


Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
9am - 5pm

Rebates available with all major health insurance providers (HBA, Medibank, Australian Unity, etc..)

Please call 0432 565 812 for bookings and inquiries.

Qualification Details

Bachelor or Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Herbs Double Major)
Registered with Chinese Medicine Registration Board of Victoria (CMRB) - acupuncture, herbs and Chinese massage
member of Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)
member of Complementary Medicine Practitioner Association Council (CMPAC)

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