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Nov 2007

UC Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Contact Name Ha Yong Ji
Phone 07 5502 6759
Mobile 0421 845 535
Address 6 Watercress St
Upper Coomera QLD 4209
Servicing Areas Upper Coomera, Oxenford, Northern Gold Coast area Queensland
I have changed the business name from Oxenford Acupuncture & Herbs to UC Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine. The address also has been changed to 6 Watercress Street Upper Coomera Qld.


Interested in:

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Back, Neck & Shoulder Pain
  • Depression & Stress
  • Migraine
  • Sinus
  • Skin disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Infertility
  • Period Problems
  • Insomnia
  • Menopause
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Constipation
  • Stop smoking
  • Cold & Flu
  • Indigestion
  • UC Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine


    Welcome to UC Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine


    HwaJo Acupuncture: Gentle, Powerful, & Constitional Treatment

    Korean Hand Acupuncture

    TGA Approved Patent Chinese Herbal Medicine Product

    Acupressure

    Moxibustion & Cupping

    Stress Management Clinic




    Stress Management Lifestyle

    When the Qi (energy) moves freely, our lives flow easily. Sometimes Qi can become blocked either physically or emotionally. However, the cause of Qi stagnation is most often emotional. Feelings and creative impulses which we are unable to process create blockage. At a physical level, Qi stagnation is aggravated by lack of movement.

  • Beneficial Lifestyle Plan
    1. Eat less and main meals earlier in the day
    2. Drink 8 glasses of filtered water everyday
    3. Cook food by Stir-frying, poaching or steaming
    4. High vegetable, low carbohydrate, lean meat (beef or chicken)
    5. Protein (10-30%), carbohydrate (-30%), vegetables and fruit (40-60%)
    6. Stretching, walking, jogging, swimming, listening to music, travelling etc.
    7. Take evening primrose oil, fish oil, vitamin B complex
  • Shopping List

    onions, garlic, mustard greens, watercress, turmeric, basil, mint, peppermint tea, green tea, chamomile tea, horseradish, cardamom, cumin, fennel, dill, ginger, garlic, lemon, vinegar (rice or apple), cherry, plums, plenty of fresh green leafy vegetables (lettuce, spinach, rocket etc), seasonal fruits; sprouted grains, asparagus, taro, cabbage, turnip, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts. beetroot, jerusalem artichoke, sourdough rye bread, multi-grain bread, extra virgin olive oil, soymilk, molasses, high quality of meat protein and fish (tuna, salmon, cod etc), brown rice, oatmeal, avocados, turkey, free range eggs, sunflower seeds, lentils, soy beans, rice noodle, Japanese noodle, sushi

  • Restricted or Avoid Diet Plan

    1. Processed, junk or adulterated food, unnecessary drugs or intoxicants
    2. Avoid too much carbohydrate such as corn, potato, white bread, etc.
    3.Eating when upset or under pressure, skipping meals, eating quickly, overeating.
    4. Salty food, dairy food, sweet food, spicy, greasy, deep-frying & BBQ food
    5. Coffee or black tea not over 2 cups a day.

  • Food Not To Buy

    cheese, cream, ice cream, chocolate, milk, curry, coconut cream, banana, pork, lamb, peanut, lard, shortening, margarine, pizza, hot chips, hot chilies, peppers, spirits, beer, soft drinks, cordials, white wine, food with artificial, synthetic substances (preservatives, flavors, colorings, etc)





  • Private Health Fund Rebate Available
  • Qualification Details

    Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner & Acupuncturist (Bachelor)

    Biochemist (Master)

    MSC, BSC, BHSCA

    Full Member of AACMA

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