Acupuncture Eastwood


Acupuncture near Eastwood

Acupuncture near Eastwood – Looking for a great acupuncturist just a few minutes drive from Eastwood? Look no further! The acupuncturists at Ryde Natural Health Clinic are experienced in treating a wide range of health complaints, and are professionally trained in all aspects Traditional Chinese Medicine including acupuncture.
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioners

    Dr. Kuo Jen (Hank) Chen

    Acupuncturist and TCM Practitioner Dr. Kuo Jen (Hank) Chen Having completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine) at the University of Western Sydney, followed by a Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a PhD in Nanjing, China, Dr Kuo Jen ‘Hank’ Chen is not only an experienced and accomplished practitioner, but he has a deep passion for the profession.

    While patients have sought out Hank’s assistance to treat and manage the symptoms of a range of conditions, he has a keen interest in working with patients with issues related to pain, stress, digestion, fatigue, women’s health and infertility* (both male and female).

    Dr Julia Oh

    Acupuncturist and TCM Practitioner Julia Oh Julia is a bright and caring Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner who has a particular interest in working with patients with issues related to Women’s Health and Infertility* (both male and female), pain, stress, digestion and fatigue.

    Currently completing her PhD at the University of Technology Sydney, Julia supports and contributes to the Chinese Medicine profession’s move towards evidence-based treatments through rigorous research and clinical trials.

    *There is some research evidence that Chinese medicine treatment may assist in supporting specific fertility treatments such as IVF, and there is also broad agreement by Chinese medicine practitioners and other health practitioners about acupuncture as an adjunct treatment for IVF.

    There is continuing research on how acupuncture can assist with the effectiveness of IVF treatment. Many health practitioners may recommend acupuncture as a supplementary treatment that may assist with IVF. Consult your treating practitioner/s about how acupuncture may be able to help you.

    Dr Anthony Keating

    North Ryde Acupuncture and Chinese Herbalist Dr Anthony Keating Anthony Keating B.H.Sc, (UTS, Sydney) is a registered Acupuncturist with over 12 years of clinical experience.

    Anthony’s treats patients with a wide variety of medical conditions and has a special interest and a lot of experience in the following areas.

    • Pain management and Injury recovery
    • Mental Health
    • Oncology/ Chemo Support
    • Immune Function Support
    • Pregnancy, IVF and Labour

    Anthony is dedicated practitioner who is known to be supportive and attentive to clients needs. The acupuncture treatments seem to allow the patient to draw on the bodies own resources for healing and self repair. Often the patient will report feeling centred and deeply relaxed post treatment and this feeling can remain with them for several days after.

    In his practice, Anthony draws from his unique clinical and cultural experiences during 18 months living and working in China and South Korea. It was these countries where he did intern-ships in both public and private hospitals settings.

    Outside of his work Anthony is a proud father, plays sports like Brazilian Jujitsu, enjoys cooking and music, as well as meditating regularly.

What is Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) utilises Acupuncture and other techniques in order to activate Meridians and Channels in the body as a means of maintaining healthy function of internal organs. Some of the techniques that may be utilised during an acupuncture and TCM consult include:

    • Moxibustion – heating acupuncture needles with dried herb sticks to activate and warm the acupuncture point. Also known as “moxa”.
    • Cupping – the application of glass cups to create suction on the skin. This is to relieve stagnation of qi and blood, e.g. in sports injury.
    • Herbal medicine – Chinese herbs may be given in the form of teas, pills, and capsules to supplement acupuncture treatment.
    • Electro stimulation – provides electrical stimulation to acupuncture needles. It can be used for relief of muscle pain
    • Acupressure– can be a great hands on way to consolidate the acupuncture treatment. Acupressure will be incorporated into the treatment if necessary or substituted for those afraid of needles.

Prices for Acupuncture

Your initial acupuncture consultation is only $110. Your initial consultation will last up to sixty minutes in duration and will include your first treatment. During this consult, your practitioner will take some time to discuss with you the history of your condition or health concerns, carry out some diagnostic Traditional Chinese Medical tests, devise and plan some goals for treatment and answer any questions you may have.

Ongoing 30 minute consultations are $80.

Extended onging 60 minute consultations are $110.

The provision of Chinese herbs may incur an additional fee.

For those with ‘extras’ cover, the majority of health funds will provide a rebate for acupuncture services. To check if you are eligible for a rebate prior to your appointment, simply let us know the name of your fund at the time of booking and we’ll let you know which practitioners are covered by your fund.

Acupuncture near Eastwood. Why choose us?

  • Qualified Professionals: all of our acupuncturists are either PhD qualified, or PhD candidate level practitioners.
  • English Speaking: Our acupuncturists are fluent in English.
  • Health fund rebates: We can swipe your card on-the-spot for all services!
  • Free and easy parking is available at the door.
  • We’re available when you are: Appointments can be booked as early as 8am and as late as 8pm 7 days a week.


If you’re looking for acupuncture near Eastwood, it’s worth the drive to North Ryde!