This acupuncture clinic was inspired by Western and Eastern concept of human being. We have questioned about the life and human. Where are we from? Where are we going? What is caring for health? Why do we need to have a good health? How can we make our mind and body healthy? How can we manage our health? What is acupuncture? What is the oriental medicine?, etc. However, all these questions are answered somewhere in the internet.
We concluded that somehow human is created. In the oriental medicine philosophy, everything has been created by the activity of Yin(Eum) and Yang including human. In the western philosophy, everything is created by God. In the science, we are evolved from a tiny single cell, but we don't know the beginning yet.
Well, we have to define how human is created in order to understand our body and develop the method of treatment when we have a disease or discomfort in our body. So we believe human is designed by HIM, so HE knows about us better than we do. Then this idea comes as "We Treat, He Heals".
According to Oriental Medicine philosophy, 도(Dao,道) stared from the beginning. It is named as 태극(Tai Xi, 太極), and moved. It becomes Yin and Yang, and they has been working actively. Their movement created materials in the earth. Somehow, human is created by the activity of Yin and Yang, and human is also influenced by the activity of Yin and Yang. This idea has developed to 5 element theory (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood) and explained all organs in the human body.
So, how can we provide treatment to human body when it has a diseases or discomfort? We use acupuncture and herbal medicine to balance the activity of Yin and Yang and make the energy (氣 - 기, Chi, Qi) flow well in our body so that our body can fix themselves.
He believes that the human body can heal itself if energy movement is balanced , and that our body controls our mind and also our mind controls our body, so we are the one who decide our health.
Collaboration work is very important when it comes to Acupuncture & Herbal medicine treatment because we can decide whether we accept help from outside or not.
He understands deeply about acupuncture & herbal medicine. He uses his knowledge and skill to his daily life. He also understands very well about the scope of acupuncture & herbal medicine.
He is specifically interested in general pain management (neck, shoulder, back, knee, muscle, etc.), mental health (anxiety and, depression, etc.), stress-related conditions, insomnia, digestive issues, fatigue, immunity.
Sung-hee is a registered practitioner with the Australian Heath Practitioners Regulatory Agency (AHPRA). He graduated from RMIT with a double degree in Chinese Medicine and Health Science and completed his clinical internship at the Jiangsu Provincial TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Hospital in Nanjing, China. He was a trained TuiNa (Chinese Massage Therapy) and Sports Massage in Korea. He studied Korean acupuncture known as SAAM 5 element acupuncture.
He is also a member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and covers most private health funds as an acupuncture provider.
After graduated with her nursing degree, she felt there was something more from the western understanding of the body and mind. She extended her knowledge to Eastern Asian medicine and philosophy; studying, experimenting and integrating these ideas into her life.
She has advanced clinical skills, knowledge and experience in the area of natural fertility enhancement, pregnancy care (during and post), and achieving better outcomes for IVF patients (include pre and post-transfer). When consulting IVF patients her special interest lie in preparation for IVF cycles with stress management, diet/ nutrition advice to improving the overall Gut health to enhance cellular uptake of nutrients and factors contributing to egg/sperm development. Also, She has gained extensive clinical practice at Windana Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre where acupuncture was performed to support mental/emotional health and overcome addiction.
Min is a registered practitioner with the Australian Heath Practitioners Regulatory Agency (AHPRA). She graduated from RMIT with a double degree in Chinese Medicine and Health Science and completed her clinical internship at the Jiangsu Provincial TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Hospital in Nanjing, China.
She is registered with the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) and most private health funds.
Min is a classical herbalist from the Dongeuibogam, Sang Han theory, and her acupuncture style is influenced by classical Neijing and five-element acupuncture which is particularly effective for emotional/mental disorders. She is a gentle and caring practitioner who has a great passion for health. She believes that everyone has a unique story who deserves a tailored approach. So discuss the best ways to achieve health by partnering with a patient through an integrated, holistic assessment to tailor their needs and choices.