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Where can a career in acupuncture take you?

Acupuncture is an extremely popular form of Chinese medicine. An acupuncturist is able to treat clients with various health concerns…

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Do needles make you say ‘nah’? Here’s an introduction to Tui Na

Tui Na (pronounced "twee nah") is a Chinese Medicine bodywork treatment that uses a combination of massage, acupressure and other forms…

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Acupuncturist Adele Bishop on making a point on a local and global level

Adele Bishop took time out from her job as an events manager to travel for a year. While travelling, she…

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Sticking a needle through social barriers

In her early twenties, acupuncturist Kirsten Baker ventured to China to discover the essence of her craft through volunteering at…

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The turning point: transitioning from marketing to acupuncture

When my friends heard that I’d enrolled in a Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) their response was “finally”. Other people…

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Pins and Beagles

We spoke with veterinary acupuncturist Carolin Power to find out why so many animal owners are opting for acupuncture to…

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A Chinese Medicine take on matters of the heart

Acupuncturist and clinic owner Hugh Hayward turns to Chinese Medicine to help heartache and suffering.

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Acupuncturist turned medical writer embraces role of a lifetime

Melbourne acupuncturist and Endeavour graduate Karen McCloskey is riding the crest of the wellness wave and proving it is possible…

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Q&A: Judy James

Wellspring speaks with Judy James, CEO of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

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Rod Martin: Pin up boy

Endeavour alumnus Rod Martin is breaking new ground with collaborative approach to healthcare.