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Dr Julia Zhu is the founder of YongHe Chinese Medicine. She has been practicing Chinese Medicine for about 7 years.
As the fourth generation of practitioners in her family, Dr Zhu has grown up influenced by a wealth of experience in traditional Chinese medicine. She graduated with honors from RMIT University with a double degree in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology.
She has gained extensive clinical experience from both the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
Julia uses her gentle acupuncture skills, Chinese herbal medicine and diet therapy advice to treat a wide range of heath issues. She has high success rates in helping women become pregnant naturally or by providing IVF support.
Julia is a member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and nationally registered and accredited by the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia. (CMBA) and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.(AHPRA)
Dr Dandan He
Dr Dandan He obtained her TCM PhD from Nanjing Chinese Medicine University. She obtained degree in TCM study both in Singapore TCM college and Guangzhou Chinese Medicine University. She also got qualification and gained clinical experiences from both Singapore and China.
She is now registered with AHPRA and works as a traditional Chinese physician.
She treats all kinds of conditions and applies facial acupuncture and facial guasha in treating skin conditions and promoting internal balance and enhancing health.
Dandan is a member of the Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture (FCMA) and nationally registered and accredited by the
Chinese Medicine Board of Australia. (CMBA)and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.(AHPRA)
Traditional Chinese Meridian Massage Therapist
Adam Zhang graduated from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine with a combined degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western medicine.
He gained lots of clinic experiences in Shanxi Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese/Western Medicine and he also had extensive clinic internship at the Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (Combination of Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine of Orthopaedics surgery department).
Currently Adam is doing his master degree of Public health in Monash University.
Adam uses Chinese traditional meridian massage(Tui-Na) techniques to stimulate the acupuncture channels and points for improving blood circulation and regulate flow of the energy.
The benefits includes: