The Acupuncture Clinic was opened because we believe that prevention is the key to a healthy and happy life.
Since opening in 2011 we have noticed that there are many solutions to any health problem and that some people will respond well to one while others don’t respond at all. Our goal at The Acupuncture Clinic is to provide you with the best possible solution for your health goals.
We use a combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary and lifestyle advice in a relaxing and private environment. Treatments are tailored to your individual needs and will not only only help you recover from injury or illness but will also strengthen your body and health to prevent relapse.
Our practitioners take great care in their treatments as your health is important to us. We communicate with your other health care providers to make sure we are working in the same direction. We also take great pride in our work as we see acupuncture as not just a health service but as an art form.
At The Acupuncture Clinic, our treatments provide:
After obtaining a Bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and completing a comprehensive clinical internship at the University of Technology, Sydney, Peichin undertook a second internship at The China-Japan Friendship Hospital, Beijing.
With this compelling working knowledge, she has since achieved amazing results with her patients as she works to bring acupuncture and its philosophies to treat along side western medicine.
Stewart is a nationally registered acupuncturist and herbalist practicing in Sydney’s North Shore. Educated in Sydney and trained in China. Stewart has a passion for acupuncture and herbal medicine and his traditional understandings of health preservation are reflected in his treatments.
Stewart can not only restore your health but can demystify Chinese medical knowledge to help you understand and live a healthier life style.
Daniel’s passion for Chinese culture and martial arts began early in life, study a variety of different styles in his teenage years. A recurrent chronic shoulder injury stopped him from competing at a higher level in his twenties, but where one door closes another opens; having tried conventional methods of healing without success, Daniel turned his attention to traditional Chinese healing arts such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, Tai Ji and Qi Gong. Although not quick in effect, his shoulder showed steady improvement as well as noticing changes in other aspects of his life. This sparked in him the desire to study these arts further, enrolling in Chinese Medical school and eventually securing a scholarship in 2009 to study full time in Mainland China at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. During this time he had the opportunity to study with a variety of well known doctors, Daoists and martial arts practitioners in Beijing and throughout China, eventually becoming an inner door disciple of the Zhang Ce lineage of Wu Xing Tong Bei style of martial arts from Sun Xiang Yong in Beijing and receiving a 24th Dragon Gate lineage name from Li Shifu at the Five Immortals Temple in Wudang, as well as studying medicine closely with Wang Ju Yi and Andrew Nugent-Head.
Since returning to Australia, Daniel has placed his efforts into practising Chinese medicine and disseminating what he has learnt in China, in particular the various healing arts which had been so beneficial to his own health and well-being. He hopes to act as a bridge between East and West, having worked at the National Institute of Complementary Medicine, a joint facility of Westmead Hospital and the Kinghorn Cancer Centre, a joint facility of St Vincent’s Hospital and the Garvan Institute, where he worked in a multidisciplinary team in the treatment of oncology patients. Daniel hopes to pursue this work in tandem with the medical community and continue to develop the knowledge and practice of Chinese Medicine in the wider community.
Daniel is also the founder of the Purple Cloud Institute, which publishes books and has a regular podcast on traditional Chinese medicine and culture. For more information please visit: www.purplecloudinstitute.com.