Master Healthcare Services, Schedule of Fees & Operating Hours

  • Chinese Medicine

    Chinese medicine is a complete system of health care with its own unique theories on health, and treatment. To practice Chinese medicine in Australia the practitioner must first be registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA). Registered Chinese medicine professionals will have previously trained in classic Chinese medicine theories and practices whilst also undertaking extensive training in mainstream health and medical science.


    From a management view point, Master Healthcare provides professional services in both Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. In addition our clinician is especially skilled in Chinese food therapy and exercise techniques (e.g. Qi gong). If you are seeking either a classical Chinese medicine approach &/or cutting edge next generation evidence based Chinese medicine management then Master Healthcare is the practice for you.

  • Acupuncture

    Master Healthcare understands that there are many different ways that acupuncture can be applied. Our clinicians are highly knowledgeable and skilled in a variety of different approaches including Chinese, Japanese and Korean styles. As a result you can rest assured that our clinicians can best advise you on the best approach to manage your health complaint.

  • Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Master Healthcare Chinese herbal medicine practice is a similar experience to that commonly encountered in an internal medicine department of a Chinese medicine hospital. Following assessment a specific formula will be individually determined and formulated for the patient. Master Healthcare only uses the highest quality raw herb granules that are fully complaint with Australian import and food regulations, whilst also being convenient for patient to prepare and consume.

  • Naturopathic Medicine

    Naturopathic medicine is a complete system of healthcare that focuses equally on managing both the presenting complaint and all underlying aetiological causes effecting health through a variety of different management approaches including lifestyle medicine, nutrition medicine and western herbal medicine. Australian trained Naturopaths currently receive some of the highest level government approved tertiary education currently available either domestically or abroad. These higher education programs require Australian trained naturopaths to undertake extensive studies in medical science, evidence based medicine, nutrition medicine and western herbal medicine.

  • Schedule of Fees

    Initial Consultation: $95:00

    Subsequent Consultation: $80.00

  • Operating Hours (By Appointment Only)

    Monday: 7:30am-5:30pm

    Tuesday: 7:30am-12:00pm

    Wednesday: 7:30am-5:30pm

    Thursday: 7:30am-5:30pm

    Friday: Closed

    Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm

    Sunday: Closed

    Public Holiday: Closed

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News - June 2016

Acupuncture & Anxiety

News - June 2016

Acupuncture & Migraine

News - May 2016

Acupuncture & Neck Pain

Goyat√°, SL. Avelino, CC. Santos, SV. Souza Junior, DI. Gurgel, MD. Terra, FS. 2016. Effects from acupuncture in treating anxiety: integrative review. Rev Bras Enferm. Jun;69(3):602-609.

The study concluded that acupuncture showed positive and statistically significant effects when treating subjects with anxiety.

Linde, K. Allais, G. Brinkhaus, B. Fei, Y. Mehring, Vertosick, EA. Vickers, A. White, AR. 2016. Acupuncture for the prevention of episodic migraine. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. Jun 28;6:CD001218.

The study concluded that adding acupuncture to the symptomatic treatment of attacks reduced the frequency of these episodes.

Trinh, K. Graham, N. Irnich, D. Cameron, ID. Forget, M. 2016. Acupuncture for neck disorders. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2016 May 4;(5):CD004870.

Moderate-quality evidence suggests that acupuncture relieves pain better than sham acupuncture, as measured at completion of treatment and at short-term follow-up, and that those who received acupuncture report less pain and disability at short-term follow-up than those on a wait-list. Moderate-quality evidence also indicates that acupuncture is more effective than inactive treatment for relieving pain at short-term follow-up.