Ping Ming Health Prahran

(03) 9068 9578

Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic Prahran

Our professional team of Chinese medicine practitioners are experienced across the widest range of health problems and treat each person with our warm and caring approach.

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Read answers to frequently asked questions before making your first appointment. You don’t need a referral from your GP to see us.

Ping Ming Health Prahran


Contact

(03) ‭9068 9578

Address

386-388 Malvern Rd
Prahran VIC 3181

Consulting Hours

Tue to Thu (9am – 6pm)
Fri & Sat (9am – 4pm)
By appointment

Clinic Location

Ping Ming Health Prahran is located within Beingwell Healthcare where we work alongside a caring team of integrative health practitioners.

Our Prahran clinic location is also convenient for clients who live in South Yarra, Toorak, Windsor, St Kilda, Armadale, Malvern, Caulfield, Elsternwick, Elwood, Balaclava, Middle Park, Albert Park, South Melbourne, Cremorne, East Melbourne, Richmond, Burnley, Kew, Hawthorn, Camberwell, Glen Iris, Ashburton, Chadstone, Carnegie, Glen Huntly, Brigton and other inner South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Prahran Chinese medicine practitioners

Dr Juliana Choi

Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr Juliana Choi is a positive, friendly and multi-disciplined practitioner who practices acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and meridian massage. Her treatment philosophy is to balance the function of the internal organs, to improve her patients’ quality of life and enable them to return to health and everyday activities. She is knowledgeable in cancer treatment support, general emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression, stress and insomnia. Juliana also has a special interest in the management of acute and chronic body pain, digestive issues, low immunity, cosmetic acupuncture and quitting smoking.

Juliana has studied both Chinese and western medicine degrees, completing her Bachelor of traditional Chinese medicine from Western Sydney University and Nanjing University, and a Master of Medicine from the University of Sydney majoring in cancer and palliative care. She gained her extensive clinical experience from the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, various nursing homes and non-profit organisations in Victoria and New South Wales, as well as completing her Chinese medicine internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in China.

Alongside her clinical practice, Juliana has a keen interest in continuing her medical research in the areas of cancer and food as medicine. Outside of medicine, she enjoys making dumplings and socialising at multicultural events. Juliana also speaks Korean and is a member of AACMA and RACGP.

Dr Jinnan Cai

Dr Jinnan Cai

Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Practicing with compassion, patience and attention to detail, Dr Jinnan Cai is passionate about the potential of traditional Chinese medicine to provide effective and natural health care that complements both western medicine and our modern lifestyles.

Jinnan is experienced with a wide range of health problems commonly helped by Chinese medicine from headaches and migraines to hay fever, from low back pain and knee osteoarthritis to cancer treatment support. He also has a special interest in the management of postoperative and chronic nerve pain. Jinnan readily takes up the challenge of helping people with complex physical and emotional symptoms of long-term injuries, stress and pain conditions by helping to identify and treat the underlying causes using Chinese medicine diagnosis.

Jinnan holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology with first class honours from RMIT University. He graduated with a perfect GPA and completed his clinical internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM, a major tertiary hospital in Nanjing, China. Outside of medicine, Jinnan loves to travel and learn from people of different cultures and ways of life. He is a member of AACMA and AICD, the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).

Private health rebates

Our clinic accepts payment by cash or EFTPOS on the day of your appointment.

Our Prahran clinic is able to process HICAPS claims, please don’t forget to bring your private health fund membership card with you.

Chinese medicine is not covered by Medicare but you may be eligible to claim from your Private Health Fund.

WorkSafe acupuncture

Our traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Melbourne are registered to provide Acupuncture treatments to injured workers covered by WorkSafe (VIC).

WorkSafe considers Acupuncture to be a referred service, this means a medical practitioner (eg. your GP) must provide a request for acupuncture services prior to the commencement of your treatment.

Questions & feedback

If you have any questions after your consultation and treatment, please call our clinic to speak with your practitioner. We will be happy to help you with any queries or concerns.

Our team at Ping Ming Health aim to provide you with the most pleasant service and highest quality treatment possible.