Dr. Rebekah Loh

Acupuncturist & Chinese Herbalist

Rebekah is a super qualified and enthusiastic practitioner. She has a double degree in Health Science and Chinese Medicine she also has a degree in Biomedical Science. Rebekah completed further study in hospital internships in Nanjing, China and Taichung, Taiwan. She speaks English (fluent), Mandarin Chinese (intermediate) & Cantonese (beginner).

Rebekah can help with a whole range of conditions, and she is particularly passionate about women’s health, obstetrics, gynaecology and fertility.

In her spare time, Rebekah likes to play Futsal, Badminton and Viola.

Rebekah is available:

Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Call (03) 9486 5966

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Dr Jason Callanan

Chinese Medical Herbalist, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist

Jason has been practising Traditional Chinese Medicine for more than 10 years. In addition to his Acupuncture degree, he has also completed a Masters in Chinese Herbal Medicine.

Jason has also studied massage styles including Acupressure, remedial techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, and trained in Shiatsu under the private instruction of a Japanese Master. He has incorporated these massage techniques into his clinical practice of Acupuncture to achieve maximum benefit for his patients.

Jason was first introduced to Acupuncture more than 25 years ago when he received treatment for a back injury he was told would need surgery; instead he received six sessions of acupuncture which successfully resolved the issue. Following this experience, he developed a strong passion and interest in Chinese Medicine.

His treatments may include Acupuncture, Massage, Chinese Herbal Medicine, nutritional support, exercise advice… to treat illness, as well as maintaining wellness and vitality.

Jason is an experienced, caring and enthusiastic practitioner with a strong interest in musculo-skeletal issues, digestive health, and the restoration of emotional well-being and balance.

Jason is available:

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Call (03) 9486 5966

Dr Christine Lee

Acupuncturist & Chinese Herbalist

Dr Christine Lee has been practising as an acupuncturist and a Chinese herbalist since 2008. She graduated RMIT with a double degree in Applied Science (Chinese Medicine and Human Biology) and has completed further studies and a hospital internship in Nanjing, China.

Christine has extensive experience working in acupuncture general practice. She has worked with a broad range of patients: from children to seniors, from athletes to people with severe disability or complex chronic illnesses. She has special interest in treating women’s health, senior’s health, digestion, mental health and pain conditions.

Christine is passionate about open room (multi-bed) style acupuncture. She has been involved in this style for the past eight years and is convinced the positives are more than financial. She has developed a gentle touch that will allow patients to experience a full acupuncture treatment in a shared room, and also tap into a larger group relaxation.

Christine is available:

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Call (03) 9486 5966


Roy is available:

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
Call (03) 9486 5966

Dr. Roy Hughson

Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture & Cosmetic Acupuncture

Roy Hughson has completed an Acupuncture degree here in Melbourne at the Australian College of Natural Medicine and is a fully registered Chinese Medicine practitioner. He is also a qualified Yoga instructor and long term meditation practitioner.

In his treatments, Roy infuses Chinese medicine with contemporary holistic approaches to achieve a healthier, happier and more deeply connected state of being in his patients.

Over the past 7 years of busy clinical practice, Roy has accumulated a breadth of experience in treating anxiety and depressive disorders, fertility challenges, paediatrics, chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, musculoskeletal issues, dermatological (including extensive experience with alopecia and acne) disorders and many others. He is also very passionate about the role that modern natural medicine can play in supporting those going through a cancer journey.

Dr. Daniel Gibbs

Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Massage

Dr. Daniel Gibbs has been practicing Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Massage since 2005. He has experience in treating a wide range of conditions and has specialised in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, working both as a independent therapist and adjunctively alongside physiotherapists.

Daniel is one of the most experienced Acupuncturists in Australia for smoking cessation treatments; assisting hundreds of people to quit cigarettes. Daniel also has a thorough understanding of psychology and neuro-chemistry. And extra skills in Cosmetic Acupuncture.

Daniel is a very relaxed person with excellent skills, so is able to help you on many levels.  He is also a veteran skateboarder & an enthusiastic snowboarder.

Daniel is available:

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Call (03) 9486 5966


Dr Elaine Hickman

B.H.Sc.TCM (Acupuncture), Cert.Cl.Ac. (Beijing)

Elaine has trained and worked in various settings, both in Australia and China.  She has over 20 years experience in treating many health problems.  Elaine loves to provide a health care experience for people that is respectful, effective, empowering and enjoyable.  Elaine’s acupuncture treatments are gentle, powerful, amazingly relaxing and incorporate Japanese & Chinese techniques, as well as Medical Qi Gong if appropriate.  Elaine has a particular interest in Gynaecology, Fertility, Obstetrics, Family Medicine, Wellness promotion and Mental Health.

She runs a private practice in Ivanhoe and is the trusted family physician of many. Elaine is a registered Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She completed a Bachelor of Health Science – TCM, specialising in Acupuncture, and a hospital internship in China in 1998. Elaine is the Principal Practitioner at Freedom Chinese Medicine, managing a dedicated team of practitioners & staff, and supervises many TCM students in clinical training. Elaine’s passion for Chinese Medicine has her regularly furthering her education, Qi Gong training and sharing knowledge.

Elaine is available:

Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Call (03) 9486 5966

Sue Wellwood

Sue is available:

Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
Call (03) 9486 5966

Sue Wellwood

Massage Therapist

Sue Wellwood specialises in a number of healing techniques that help bring balance and calmness to the body.

• Shiatsu & Oriental Therapies
• Remedial Massage
• Advanced Energy Healing
• Reiki
• Esoteric Healer
• Chi Nei Tsang (stomach massage)
• Cupping and Moxibustion
• Bach flower Remedies
• Essential Oil Energy Balancing
• Chakra Cleansing

Sue’s passion for Shiatsu and Oriental Therapies has given her a number of healing techniques she can use to assist clients to heal.

Zen Shiatsu is a hands-on therapy that is similar to acupuncture without the needles. It is designed to uplift and harmonise your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. By working along the meridian energy pathways of the body, Shiatsu can help problems with lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, migraines, chronic fatigue, stress, depression, digestive ailments and much more. Sue incorporates Cupping & Moxibustion in her treatments which help to move energy in the body, unblocking blood stagnation and moving qi.

Advanced Energy Healing, strengthens and harmonises the energies of the chakras bringing a feeling a wellbeing, security and relaxation. It focuses on the utilisation of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture theory, along with the Hindu Chakra System, Sacred Geometry and the Qabbalistic Tree of Life.

Reiki treats the whole person with “Universal life force energy” reducing stress and being relaxation that promotes healing.

Chi Nei Tsang means “working the energy of the internal organs”. This deep abdominal massage helps with digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, urinary, reproductive and muscular-skeletal systems. It helps increase the energy flow to the internal organs and frees blockages.

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