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3/313 Little Collins St Melbourne cbd 3000
Dr. Luan Pham is a Melbourne based practitioner that has been in practice since 2002. He is very familiar with Melbourne, its culture, its people, and having earned his diploma right here at Victoria University. He enjoys meeting new guests. He states that "I enjoy treating the many different ailments that we commonly see in today's society. From aches and pains or digestive issues to zits. I call it an A to Z of Acupuncture. It doesn't really matter as long as the person is willing to delve deeper into understanding the concepts and receive treatment, they can discover a system of medicine that has not only flourished in asia but has span to many parts of the globe over the centuries.
Our aim is to provide the best treatments tailored specifically to you. We strive to thoroughly assess you and provide suitable treatment for your condition. We offer unbeatable prices for you so you can afford to have multiple sessions to assist you in over-coming your condition. (Please note. Acupuncture is claimable on Private health Insurance under extras. Please check out their websites for your balance).
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I really enjoy meeting new clients and having to discuss, assess and give them a treatment that is in accordance with the systematic approach that is Traditional Chinese Medicine. I would use many different skills i have learnt though years of practice such as Acupuncture, Cupping, Moxibustion and Massage (Chinese Acupressure -Tui-na, Gua-Sha). I like to practice 3 particular linages. That being 5 Phase, Tung and South Vietnam Lineages.
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