Canberra Acupuncture Clinic
Canberra Acupuncture Clinic’s approach to heath care employs individualised therapies, which address not only the symptoms of disease, but the cause. The Chinese Medicine clinic was established in 2004 by practitioner Jinghua Zheng. Jing emphasises on a holistic approach to treat an extensive number of diseases by applying the theories and techniques of Chinese Medicine. This ensures that the health and wellbeing of patients is thoroughly scrutinised before establishing treatment procedures. Each practitioner is highly qualified and equipped with extensive experience - this is reflected in Canberra Acupuncture Clinic’s practice.
Jing is particularly interested in fertility/IVF assistance for both women and men, acute pain, and chronic pain. She applies Dr. Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture for people who experience mental illness, or are recovering from surgery and other injuries. She has received an Academic Excellence Award from the Department of Health Science at CIT (2004) and an Academic Excellence for achieving the highest final mark in the Gynaecology modules at Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (2011).
Jessica Zhu completed her Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at The University of Technology in 2019. In Jessica's final year project she focused on Cosmetic Acupuncture and Gua Sha to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. She received the highest grade for her project by combining the methodologies she learnt from two of the most respected cosmetic practitioners, Radha Thambirajah and Vivian Tam. Jessica is passionate about bringing your inner beauty to the surface.
Jessica also focuses on:
Member of AACMA
Member of Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
How Acupuncture Relieves Your Pain and Inflammation
“If there is free flow, there is no pain, If there is pain, there is no free flow.” - Traditional Chinese Medicine Axiom
Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the understanding that living beings have a vital energy, also known as “Qi”. This life force circulates through twelve invisible channels in the body. Each channel is associated with a different organ – hence an imbalance of Qi, or it’s flow, can lead to disorders or disease.
Acupuncture is a 3000 year old healing practice in which thin needles are inserted at specific points into the body’s channels where Qi flows. It is primarily used to relieve pain, however it can also assist with other diseases.
Initial Acupuncture $120
follow up $75----$90 / session (25minutes----50minutes)
Cosmetic Acupuncture $ 180
follow up $95 / session