Yan Lin Acupunture Website
Our Qualifications
Lyn Li
  • Five Years Fulltime University Training in China
  • Bachelor Degree Granted by China State Education Department
  • Twenty-two Years Public Hospital Practice in China
  • Over Fourteen Years Clinic Experience in Australia
  • Registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner in Australia
  • Member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association(AACMA)
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Kelvin Xu
  • Five Years Fulltime University Training in China
  • Bachelor Degree Granted by China State Education Department
  • Twelve Years Public Hospital Practice in China
  • Over Ten Years Clinic Experience in Australia
  • Registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner in Australia
  • Member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association(AACMA)
  • More about me...
Our Service Excellence
  • High Standard Treatment Facilities
  • Professional,Friendly and Caring Consultation and Honest Advices
  • Use Disposable Needles
  • Accepted by over 50 Private Health Insurers
  • Instantly Claim Your Fund on Spot with HICAP
  • Fair Prices with High Quality Services
  • Medibank Member Choice Acupuncturist
Our Processes
Consultation

Individual consultation with patients is the vital first step for the practitioner to understand patients’ conditions and treat them correctly. Problems need to be treated in specific ways with individual Chinese herbal medicine formulas and pinpointing acupuncture points in the meridian channel. Even the same problems may require different treatments in Chinese medical theory because individual body conditions can be very different.

Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture is provided with qualified sterile, single use needles. Skilled administration means most patients rarely feel any discomfort during the treatment. However, special treatments without needles are still available for patients who are really scared of needles.

Chinese Herbal Medicines

All Chinese herbal medicines provided at the Yan Ling Chinese Medicine Clinic are natural and qualified. After consultation, individual formulas of herbal medicines are made, depending on the condition of the body. Patients receive their medicine with instructions on how to cook and drink their own Chinese herbal tea. Some Chinese medicine tablets, effective for specific conditions, are also available.

Diet Suggestions

Practitioners may advise patients to eat foods appropriate for their healing during treatment. Clients can experience rapid recovery and maintain their good health in the long term. NOTE: It is often necessary for patients to receive a combination of acupuncture and herbal medicine according to their situation.

Our Branches
Yan Ling Chinese Medicine Clinic

Suite 1401, Level 4

Southport Central Tower 1

56 Scarborough St, Southport Q4215

Tel: (07) 5591 6955

Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm

Saturday: 8:30am to 1:00pm

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Robina Acupuncture & Herb Centre

Shop 70, 2 Arbour Ave

Riverwalk, Robina Q4226

Tel: (07) 5580 9955

Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:30pm

Saturday: Closed

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FQA

TCM

In China traditional Chinese medicine and Acupuncture are treated in the same way as Western medicine. In general, students spend at least five years on TCM and Acupuncture courses at university and after graduation spend a few years on clinical practice in hospitals. Read more...

Bronchitis

Bronchitis is a common disease of the respiratory system with symptoms that mainly comprise coughing, phlegm and difficulty in breathing. Generally, it happens after a patient catches a cold. Read more...

Chronic Fatigue

Chronic fatigue is one kind of common, slow process disease. In general, it happens after other diseases such as glandular fever, or without any significant reason. Read more...

Depression

Depression is an increasingly common emotional problem in modern society. Many people are weighed down by relationship difficulties, financial concerns and job insecurities that seem to be creating stresses everywhere. Read more...

Headache

Headache is one of the common symptoms that can be related to nerve vessel blood pressure. In general, many patients suffer from chronic headache or migraine, which is caused by the disorder of nerves and vessels except for in a few serious diseases like cancer. Read more...

Infertility

Recent scientific research has shown that acupuncture used in conjunction with IVF increased pregnancy rated by 50%. The scientists stated that they do not know why this is so. Read more...

Insomnia

Life in modern western society is far more stressful than life in ancient China, but the way the emotions relate to organs continues to be relevant, as is taking a holistic approach to health. Read more...

Menopause Syndrome

Menopause occurs with the decline of ovarian function, which affects hormone levels. The ages at which it can occur are normally between 35 and 58, mostly between 45 and 50 with an average age of 48. Read more...

Men's Health

Impressive results are obtained through the use of Chinese herbs and acupuncture in the treatment of specifically male health problems. Read more...

Prostatitis

The key to dealing with the important issue of prostate trouble, particularly for men aged over 50, is finding an experienced Chinese medical practitioner because this is the only system of medicine that understands how the kidney influences this condition. Read more...

Sciatica

The Sciatica nerve is the largest in the human body. It comes from the lumber spinal cord, goes through the pelvis and down the legs. Read more...

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are quite complex as many tissues are involved including skin, bone, muscles, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. Read more...

Skin Disease

Effective skin treatments are one of Chinese herbal medicine’s greatest contributions to civilization. Read more...
Southport

Suite 1401, Level 4

Southport Central Tower 1

56 Scarborough St, Southport Q4215

Tel: (07) 5591 6955

Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm

Saturday: 8:30am to 1:00pm

Robina

Shop 70, 2 Arbour Ave

Riverwalk, Robina Q4226

Tel: (07) 5580 9955

Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:30pm

Saturday: Closed