LEE'S ACUPUNCTURE & HERBALS CLINIC

552 Lower North East Road
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Campbelltown SA 5074

Servicing area: 552 Lower North East Road,Campbelltown,SA,5074

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Dr(TCM) Q(Susan) Li and Dr(TCM) W(Michael) Zhou have 25 years clinical experience. With rich experience of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture practice,we proudly offer you not only affordable natural healing practice,but also preventative approach for all your general wellbeing.

The services we offer are Traditional Chinese Acupuncture , moxibustion,Acupressure,chinese massage, cupping, foot reflexology ,aromatherapy and remedial massage.

Campbelltown (Lee's) Acupuncture & Herbs Clinic

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 Both Dr Q(Susan) Li and Dr W(Michael) Zhou

1.Graduated in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine ) University of Changchun in China and gained Bachelor degree in Chinese herbals and Acupuncture.
2. Accredited ATMS(Australia Traditional Medicine Society ) and AACMA (Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association) in Australia.
3.Registered with CMBA (Chinese Medicine Board of Australia) under AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)

Services :

1. Acupuncture
2. Remedial Massage
3. Herbs (Formulas and decoction)
4. Acupressure (Tuina Massage)
5. Foot reflexology
6. Aromathrapy
7. TCM consultation
8. Moxibustion

Conditions that acupuncture and herbs can help:

Asthma, chronic fatigue, headaches, migraine, cough,sciatica, skin issues, after stroke syndrome, sore throat, dizziness, stomachs, indigestion, allergies, facial palsy, insomnia, depression, anxiety, stress, muscle aches, joint pain, back pain, neck pain, arthritis, rheumatisms, fibromyalgia, pms, ibs,restless legs,dermatitis,eczema, infertility, morning sickness,malposition of fetus,men’s potency etc.

Summary on common questions asked from patients:

1. What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is claimed to be an ancient system of healing developed over thousands of years as part of the traditional medicine of China. The aim of the treatment is to restore the balance of the universal energy Qi (pronounced chee) in the body, through the painless application of fine needles into strategic points on the body. Qi consists of Yin and Yang and these two opposite, but complementary, forces need to be in balance otherwise disease or illness occurs in the body.
Acupuncture needles are used in specific acupuncture points which give access to the meridians in the body through which the Qi flows so that adjustments can be made to balance the Yin and Yang thus restoring harmony and health.

2. What is the theory behind acupuncture treatment?

The principle behind illness is thought to be an imbalance or blockage of Qi (Ch'i, Chi pronounced: Chee), the natural energy of the universe which flows freely through a healthy body.
Qi, it is proposed, flows through 14 channels in the human body (although this figure is not used consistently), known as meridians, which branch to bodily organs and functions. Disease or illness is the result of a blockage or obstruction in one or more of these meridians.
Qi allegedly consists of opposing forces known as Yin and Yang. Yin and yang need to be in the right balance so that harmony is achieved. It is re-balancing the yin and yang in the body to achieve harmony that is the basis of healing.
The body's meridians are believed to be influenced by special points on the body: the acupuncture points. By stimulating the acupuncture points, which are thought to be 'holes' that give access to the meridians, the body's Qi can be adjusted, balanced, and harmonized.

3. What are the risks of acupuncture?

At Acupuncture Associates, the use of sterile, disposable needles ensures that there is no risk of disease transmission. The needles are very thin and are much smaller than the needles used in the familiar hypodermic injections. The most common complication of treatment is a small bruise or a drop of blood when the needle is removed.
Any medical technique involves some risk. Properly performed, acupuncture presents minimal hazard when compared to drug regimens or surgical techniques.

4. How should I prepare for treatment sessions?

The best general advice is to come in a calm state. Try to arrive ten or fifteen minutes before your appointment to allow yourself a chance to relax. Vigorous exercise or sexual activity in the hour before treatment is not recommended.
You should not have recently eaten a large meal, nor should you be fasting for more than 6 hours before your appointment. The use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs is also not recommended prior to or just following a treatment.
Comfortable, loose clothing should be worn, and, if possible, you should not wear any metallic jewelry, watches, or earrings. Makeup and nail polish should be minimized or eliminated. Please also avoid the use of perfumes, colognes or strongly scented cosmetics.

5. What happens during the treatment?

Depending on the areas to be treated, you may be positioned on your back, your stomach, your side, or sitting. Be certain that you can remain relaxed in this position, as you may not wish to move for the duration of the treatment, usually needles will be kept in points for 15 to 25 minutes.
It is best to practice a slow and relaxed abdominal breathing during treatment, and to avoid trying to do any mental work. Abdominal breathing means allowing your abdomen to expand as you inhale, and to contract as you exhale.

6. What sensations will I experience during treatment?

Usually, there is a pleasant state of calm, which develops during the treatment and may persist for some time. You may even fall nearly asleep during the session. Because the needles are so small and light; the sensation that occurs when the needles are placed is minimal. A sensation of heaviness, distended, soreness, or numbness is often felt around the area of effective acupuncture, that we call “Obtaining Oi”, Obtaining Qi is essential for good result, it may persist for up to an hour or so after treatment.

7. What should I do after treatment?

It is often helpful to sit quietly following a treatment, and relax. A gentle walk or very mild exercise can also be helpful. Large meals, vigorous exercise, alcohol or excessive aggravation should be avoided.

8. How many sessions do I need in order to start feeling the benefits?

That depends on the severity of the condition. For some people, the effect of acupuncture can be quite dramatic — they may feel the benefits after one session. For others, the response may be more gradual. In general, you should notice at least small changes in your condition within four to six treatments. If you are not seeing benefits, keep in mind that there is variability in the quality of acupuncturists. So before deciding whether acupuncture works for you, you could also consider trying a different practitioner.

9. what is the change after acupuncture treatment?

You may find that the pain or discomfort of the condition may be reduced by 20 or 30% or even completely eliminated. Frequently, the relief will persist, though in some situations the pain will return after a few hours or days to its former level. In certain conditions, a worsening of pain is to be expected before improvement is seen.
For some disorders, no effect is noticed immediately and the condition takes a few days or a series of treatments to respond. Be sure to tell us of the response to treatment at the next appointment so that necessary changes can be made to your treatment.

10. How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments necessary depends on the condition being treated. Recent injuries and conditions seen at an early stage will often improve immediately. Those conditions that have been present for longer periods may require more treatment, and serious derangements of structure or metabolism will require extensive therapy.
For many disorders, symptoms reflect underlying conditions that may have to be treated beyond the point at which symptoms have improved. If treatments are stopped too quickly after symptoms begin to respond, the condition may eventually return.
A course of treatments for recent problems in a healthy person may range from 2 to 5 sessions, In a person with many health problems and a chronic disease, as many as 7 to 15 sessions may be required before an initial response is seen.

11. How often do I get acupuncture treatment?

Again it depends on your health conditions currently. Most people will begin to see results from acupuncture in approximately 1--5 treatments. Treatments are generally administered3 times a week, twice per week per week for most conditions. Appointments get lesser as your health improves and subsequent appointments may range from once a week or once a month.

12. What other methods do you use?

Each acupuncture treatment may employ other Chinese Medicine techniques as they are deemed appropriate. These include acupressure, herbs, moxibustion, cupping, electro—acupuncture etc.Those techniques can be used separately also. For some person who has needle phobia, not suitable for acupuncture (blood disease or others), we choose none-needling methods alternatively.

13. How much are the acupuncture treatment and remedial massage?

Initial consultation & first session acupuncture fee is $90, subsequent acupuncture treatment is $70 per session, which may include therapeutic-magnetic apparatus(TDP) and Electronic-machines according to you need.
Remdial massage:
20 mins $45
30 mins $60
45 mins $90
60 mins $110
90 mins $160
120 mins $200

14. Do you have a health fund rebate?

Yes .We are accredited by 57 private health funds for acupuncture and remedial massage rebate. we also suggest you side to check with your health insurance if you have acupuncture and remedial massage cover,and all health fund rebate.
Above are the most popular questions, if you have other inquiries, kindly contact us (08) 81650399

Some Chinese Herbs Formulas name and Indications/symptoms.

1. An sheng ding zhi wan                                                                                                                                                                                                     Insomnia,anxiety disorder,neurosis,depressed mood,neurasthenia......      
2. Ba ji yin yang wan
Sexual hypofunction(lack of libido,infertility),impotence,premature ejaculation,polyuria,nocturia,lower back pain,sciatica,essential tremor.....
3. Ba zhen wan
Anaemia,general debility due to chronic illness,amenorrhoea,dysmenorrhoea,irregular menstruation,postpartum waekness......
4. Ban xia hou po tang
Chronic laryngitis,chronic pharyngitis,hysteria,gastro-intestinal neurosis,gastro-oesophageal reflux disease,chronic gastritis,oesophageal spasm,gastrointestinal side effects of chemotherapy......
5. Bao he wan 
Indigestion,gastritis,chronic cholecystitis......
6. Ba zhen tang
Severe fatigue,anxiety neurosis,irregular or delayed menstruation with scanty and pale flow,poorly healing skin lesions,debility post surgery.
7. Bi min gan wan                                                                                                                                                                                                    Allergic rhinitis(hay fever),acute infective rhinitis......
8. Bu zhong yi qi wan
Chronic fatigue,general weakness,chronic illness,internal organ prolapse,haemorrhoids,idiopathic fever,hypotension......
9. Chai hu shu gan wan
Dysmenorrhoea,premenstrual tension, stress-related,mood disorders,depressed mood......
10. Du huo ji sheng wan
Chrinic osteoarthritis, chronic rheumatoid arthritis,sciatica,chronic lower back pain.......
11. Fu gui ba wei wan
Chrinic nephritis,diabetes mellitus,hyperaldosteronism,menopausal syndrome,erectile dysfunction......
12. Fu zi li zhong wan
Gastritis( acute and chronic), gastroenteritis,gastric ulcer,duodenal ulcer,ulcerative colitis,irritable bowel syndrome......
13. Gan mai da zao wan
Depressed mood, anxiety disorder,uncontrollable emotions,insomnia.......
14. Gui pi wan
Anaemia,dysfunctional uterine bleeding,infertility,fatigue,poor appetite,palpitations, insomnia,pale complexion......
15.Gui zhi fu ling wan
Menstrual cramps,unterine mass,endometriosis,chronic inflammatory disease,irrigular periods,ovarian cysts......
16. Huang lian jie du wan
Acute enteritis,pelvic infections,cellulitis,urinary tract infection,purulent skin lesions,abscess......
17. Huo luo xiao ling dan
Acute pain syndromes(e.g. arthritis,rheumatism,traumatic injury,angina pectoris,endometriosis,dysmenorrhoea,neuralgia of various types)......
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All Chinese Herbs Formulas are dispensed by practitioner only.

Opening hours:

Monday to Saturday:
9:00 am to 5 :30 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am to 7:00pm

Sunday & Public holiday closed



Health Funds Rebates

Gift Vouchers Available

Hicap Available



Wish you and your loved ones have good health.

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Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Qualification details


1.Bachelor Degree of acupuncture,Chinese herbal medicine & Chinese massage(Tuina)--- Traditional Chinese Medicine University of Changchun in China.
2.Diploma of Remedial Massage --- Natural Health Academy in Australia
3.Accredited ATMS (Australia Traditional Medicine Society ), AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association) in Australia
4.We are TCM Drs in China and in Middle East countries .
5.Australia licensed Acupuncturists and Chinese Herbal medicine


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