William is an outstanding acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist who strives to provide the best quality healthcare to his patients. He is fully registered with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia and is an accredited member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

He completed his double degree in Chinese Medicine and Health Science with high distinction at RMIT University and spent his final semester at the well-known Nanjing Jiangsu Provincial Hospital in China where he completed his clinical internship. He also holds a degree in Biomedical Science. This unique combination of qualifications allows William to look at your health concerns from a number of perspectives.

William is a caring professional who is driven by empathy and compassion. William believes that everyone has the right to receive the best healthcare at all times. Hence, William aims to provide tailored support to his patients to help them achieve optimal health and wellbeing. Since graduating William has worked in two multidisciplinary health clinics located in the western suburbs of Melbourne, making a significant and meaningful impact on the surrounding communities around both clinics.

During consultations, William often uses a range of techniques to provide support to his patients including tailored health advice, acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, guasha and cupping.

William’s interests include the following:

  • Pain Management
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Arthritis
  • Gynecological issues & Menopausal symptoms
  • Headache and Migraine
  • Hay fever
  • Emotional issues such as Stress, Depression & Anxiety

William is fluent in English and Cantonese and is also able to speak Mandarin.

In his spare time, William enjoys playing badminton and spending quality time with his family and friends.

Here’s a brief look into Chinese Medicine?

The origins of acupuncture in China can be traced back 2000 years, making it one of the oldest health care systems in the world. Traditional Chinese Medicine includes Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, remedial massage, exercise and breathing therapy, diet and lifestyle advice. Despite the antiquity of this practice, it has still proven to be one of the best ways to achieve pain relief and overall wellness.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is based on the concept that disease is a result of the disruption of the flow of ‘qi’ along the meridians or energy pathways, and imbalances between the yin and yang forces. This practice involves the insertion of fine needles into specific acupuncture points along the body’s meridians to clear blockages and encourage the normal flow of qi through the individual.

Acupuncture’s benefits range from improved mental disposition to muscular recovery. But the benefits don’t end there.

Why Choose Melbourne Road Health?

Our approach combines the healing benefits of traditional and modern techniques, making his healing style highly versatile and effective. With accessible acupuncture in Yarraville, Spotswood, Newport, Altona, and Seddon, you can experience healing right at your doorstep.

Contact Melbourne Road Health to book an appointment for traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture in Yarraville.

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Benefits of Cosmetic Acupuncture

There 3 main principles of Cosmetic Acupuncture

1, To help regulate muscle tone around the face. To achieve this motor points are targeted in muscles of the face. If muscles are tight, they will be instructed to relax; if muscles are loose and drooping, they will be instructed to tighten.

2, To improve and stimulate collagen and elastin production within the facial tissues. Ultra-fine needles will be used in certain areas of the face that require a boost of collagen and elastin. By causing a “microtrauma” in the skin, it promotes surrounding cells to start the healing process which results in an ample production of collagen and elastin. This will allow wrinkles to appear softer and add back density to the area that has lost volume over time.

3, To improve and reestablish nutrient-rich blood circulation to the face. The following technique is intended to enhance and restore the circulation of nutrient-rich blood to the facial area. The approach centres on promoting the free flow of Qi (energy) and blood to the face while removing any blockages and stagnation that may lead to dull-looking skin. Adequate Qi and blood flow to the facial region can result in skin that appears brighter, clearer and possesses a glowing complexion. There is also a possibility of reducing unwanted pigmentation on the skin.

Furthermore, acupuncture points on the face will also be specifically chosen to help improve the energy flow of the entire body. The aim is to eliminate any health concerns that are holding you back from looking and feeling your best.

Gua Sha normally involves using a tool to scrape along the skin to improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension. It also helps with lymphatic drainage and hence can also reduce swelling and puffiness around the face.

Proposed treatment plan:

10 weekly treatments, you may start to notice a difference in you skin appearance within 4-5 treatments.

Maintenace: Every 4-6 weeks