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Are you looking for a gentle, more natural skincare alternative?

Qi Medicine offers natural facial rejuvenation, skin needling, and cosmetic acupuncture, for a holistic alternative. Click to find out more.

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Are you undergoing fertility treatment, IVF or needing pregnancy acupuncture? 

Acupuncture is recommended by many health practitioners as an adjunct therapy to IVF and fertility treatments. Our traditional Chinese medicine doctors can help. 

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Do you suffer from stress, lower back pain, neck pain or sciatica? 

Acupuncture may provide symptomatic relief of many conditions, including lower back pain, sciatica pain, stress, and tension. Find out more below.

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Moonee Ponds Natural Healing Centre

Our Chinese medicine and natural healing center provides acupuncture to the residents of Essendon and Moonee Valley. If you are seeking holistic healing near you, then our acupuncturists are the right choice for you.

According to Wikipedia, “Modern Chinese medicine is a blend of TCM and Western medicine practices.”Our traditional healing clinic honors the ancient art of Chinese healing, whilst offering the most up-to-date modern medical advice appropriate.

Where are we located?

Qi Medicine Acupuncture Melbourne is located at Suite 4, Level 1, 151 Pascoe Vale Rd, Moonee Ponds, 3039. (Please ensure you take the ground floor elevator to reach us or level one.)

We are located in the North-Western suburbs of Melbourne. We are close to Highpoint shopping center.

Qi Medicine acupuncture is minutes away from Ascot Vale Natural therapies, Essendon, Avondale Heights, Maribyrnong, and Brunswick West. We also service many clients with acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Travancore, Flemington, Aberfeldie, Maidstone, and we are just 10 km from the CBD.

Meet your doctors of Chinese medicine.

Our acupuncturists are each fully qualified doctors of Chinese medicine ( Ba. H. Sc. Acupuncture). Each doctor possesses a range of qualifications and memberships including:

Each of our doctors publishes regular blog articles on topics to help you improve your health awareness and education, and participate in continuing professional education to continually build and expand their knowledge base.

meet your doctors

How Common is Miscarriage? | What Happens After Miscarriage?

By Dr. Zoe Rankin (Registered Chinese medicine practitioner)

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Yoga for Fertility

By Dr. Sheena Vaughan (Registered Chinese medicine practitioner)

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Acupuncture COVID

Acupuncture during stage 4 restrictions Melbourne

By Dr. Sheena Vaughan (Registered Chinese medicine practitioner)

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What causes PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome)? ⁠
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**The cause of PCOS in Western medicine**⁠
In mainstream medicine, the exact cause of PCOS is essentially unknown. ⁠
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There are strong links with family genes, Immediate female relatives (ie daughters or sisters) of women with PCOS have up to a 50% chance of having PCOS.⁠
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Also, type 2 diabetes is very common in the families of those with PCOS.⁠
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Insulin resistance and lifestyle play a part- if you have a poor diet and are overweight this can be a risk factor for developing PCOS, but you can also develop PCOS if you aren’t overweight.⁠
⁠ **The cause of PCOS in Chinese medicine **⁠
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Fortunately for you, there is a clear cause of PCOS in Chinese medicine, and therefore we can treat it according to the presenting disharmony.⁠
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PCOS is seen in Chinese medicine as a deficiency of the kidney energies ( Kidney Yang) and damp and phlegm accumulation.⁠
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This can also appear with stasis of blood ( painful periods, clots and cramping, or just yuck abdominal pain). ⁠
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Although this explanation won’t mean much to a lot of people, it is an issue we here at Qi Medicine work with frequently in our clinic, and for which we have some very clear treatment protocols.⁠
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Read more on our blog post here about how to manage PCOS for pregnancy: https://www.qimedicine.com.au/can-you-get-pregnant-with-pcos/⁠
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Or head to our Instagram bio page for a link to our blog.⁠
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Love from Dr. Sheena⁠
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#canyougetpregnantwithPCOS #pcospregnancy #pcos #pcosawareness #acupunctureforpcos #iloveacupuncture #acupuncturemelbourne #acupunctureivf #acupunctureforivf #fertilityacupuncture #fertilityjourney #fertilityacupuncturist #ivfsuccess #qi_medicine_acupuncture⁠
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What causes PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome)? ⁠ ⁠ **The cause of PCOS in Western medicine**⁠ In mainstream medicine, the exact cause of PCOS is essentially unknown. ⁠ ⁠ There are strong links with family genes, Immediate female relatives (ie daughters or sisters) of women with PCOS have up to a 50% chance of having PCOS.⁠ ⁠ Also, type 2 diabetes is very common in the families of those with PCOS.⁠ ⁠ Insulin resistance and lifestyle play a part- if you have a poor diet and are overweight this can be a risk factor for developing PCOS, but you can also develop PCOS if you aren’t overweight.⁠ ⁠ **The cause of PCOS in Chinese medicine **⁠ ⁠ Fortunately for you, there is a clear cause of PCOS in Chinese medicine, and therefore we can treat it according to the presenting disharmony.⁠ ⁠ PCOS is seen in Chinese medicine as a deficiency of the kidney energies ( Kidney Yang) and damp and phlegm accumulation.⁠ ⁠ This can also appear with stasis of blood ( painful periods, clots and cramping, or just yuck abdominal pain). ⁠ ⁠ Although this explanation won’t mean much to a lot of people, it is an issue we here at Qi Medicine work with frequently in our clinic, and for which we have some very clear treatment protocols.⁠ ⁠ Read more on our blog post here about how to manage PCOS for pregnancy: https://www.qimedicine.com.au/can-you-get-pregnant-with-pcos/⁠ ⁠ Or head to our Instagram bio page for a link to our blog.⁠ ⁠ Love from Dr. Sheena⁠ ⁠ #canyougetpregnantwithPCOS #pcospregnancy #pcos #pcosawareness #acupunctureforpcos #iloveacupuncture #acupuncturemelbourne #acupunctureivf #acupunctureforivf #fertilityacupuncture #fertilityjourney #fertilityacupuncturist #ivfsuccess #qi_medicine_acupuncture⁠ Read Less