Yanping Wang is a well respected medical practitioner with over 30 years experience helping a wide variety of clients.
Yanping obtained her Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine) in 1983 in China. Before migrating to Australia in 1994, Yanping
worked as a medical doctor in hospitals in China for 11 years, during which period she accumulated rich experience by seeing large number of patients with variety of health problems on daily bases. Yanping has been practicing Chinese medicine and acupuncture in Australia since 1995, and she has been a member of Australian Acupuncture of Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) since 1997.
Yanping was featured in the official magazine of AACMA here.
‘I suffered from chronic immune problems caused from many emotional traumas – I found I had no energy to care for myself. After trying 2 therapists I found Yanping. Her treatments are both relaxing and helpful, and I feel the herbs have restored my vitality. After her treatments I feel I can finally start living and working again, and I am now looking at part time work after 2 years on sickness benefits.’
You may have heard that acupuncture can be effective in treating pain-related conditions. For example, The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence guidelines on best practice now recommend that GPs offer a course of 10 sessions of acupuncture as a first line treatment for persistent, non-specific low back pain.
But you may not be aware that acupuncture can effectively treat a range of problems, including stress-related headaches and migraines, osteo-arthritis of the knee and digestive disorders such as nausea, but to name a few.
The beauty of acupuncture is that it is a system that treats the person, not just the condition which one has, so each patient’s treatment plan will be different. Many people return to acupuncture again and again because they find it so beneficial and helps them to feel their best.
Acupuncture works to help maintain your system’s equilibrium. By using very fine needles at specific points on the body it regulates the flow of your body’s vital energy, or ‘Qi’ (pronounced “chee”). When Qi is in abundance and is flowing smoothly through us we thrive and our health is at its best. However once the flow is interrupted, is in meagre supply or is lacking in quality, subtle distress signals arise.
This may affect you on a physical level but you may also feel compromised on more of an emotional level, possibly leaving you feeling vulnerable or just not yourself. A properly trained acupuncturist can pick up on these changes, often before they cause illness, pain and disease.
One of the main differences between Chinese medicine and conventional Western medicine is the belief that emotions and climatic factors can cause a sense of “dis-ease” that can affect the entire living system.
Through her practice of Chinese medecine sinec 1983, Yanping has accumulated rich experience in dealing with a wide range of health problems, often those helpless by the Western medicine. In particular, Yanping is highly effective in treating the following problems:
Health care & body conditioning
Hormonal problems, period pain & irregular period
Menopause & hot flush
Chronic bodily pain & ache
Skin problems, eczema, dermatophytosis / barbier
Stress, anxiety & depression
Chronic immune problems
Headache, neck pain, sore shoulder & back pain
Infertility & IVF support
What Yanping’s clients are saying
“I am a child care educator , due to my work I suffer neck , shoulder and back pain for long time, so I have been to Ace Acupuncture for acupuncture and cupping for regular treatment for many years ! Without Dr. Yan Ping looks after my health I really can’t function properly for my daily life ! Thank you Dr. Yan Ping! 😘“
“I have been attending Yan Ping for close on ten years now. In that time she has proved to be a kind, caring and understanding doctor. She has helped me with my low blood pressure with a popular Chinese herb and with cupping and acupuncture needles she has treated my back (nerve damage) and feet (nerve function damage) so that I am able to live a reasonably normal and active life. I am still able (age late 70’s) to drive, cycle and swim due to her care for me, for which I am very thankful.”
Bryants Road Specialist Centre, 70 Bryants Road, Loganholme, QLD 4129
Ace Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic, 25 Maidenhair Place, Calamvale, QLD 4116
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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