Do you want to have a Great Health?

K C ACUPUNCTURE is your choice

Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine in 

37A Victoria Street, Forestville, SA 5035 &

1 Mary Ave., Normanville SA 5204

 Dr. K. C. Herman Lum ( Doctor of Chinese Medicine ) is a Registered 

Chinese Medicine practitioner, he has trained acupuncture 

and Chinese herbal medicine in Taiwan, Hong Kong, China and is

now practicing in South Australia since 2006


The origins of acupuncture can be traced back at least 2,000 years, making

it one of the oldest health care systems in the world.

Acupuncture is one of the most accepted complementary therapies in

Australia, and is fast gaining acceptance in mainstream medicine across

the Western world, with many GPs referring patients to an accredited


Acupuncture involves the use of thin, sterile, single use, disposable needles

which are inserted in the body at very specific points.  A major concept of

Traditional Chinese Medicine (and Acupuncture) is the notion that a vital

energy or life force called Qi circulates throughout the body via a system of

pathways known as meridians.

Imbalances or disharmony in the flow of Qi is thought to cause illness;

Acupuncturists aim to correct the flow of this vital energy to restore the

body to balance and maintains the health of this unique system.

2015, Vict Health Dept

Evidence of effectiveness of acupuncture

Scientific trials around the world have found that when acupuncture is

performed by a skilled practitioner, it is a safe and useful treatment for many

different disorders.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and evolved at least 5000 of years. Practitioners trained in Chinese Herbal Medicine use this medical system to diagnose, treat and prevent illness.

Underlying the practice of TCM is an unique view of the world and the human body. This view is based on the ancient Chinese perception of humans as microcosms of a larger, surrounding universe (macrocosm) and their relationship with nature and its forces. What happens to one part of the body affects every other part of the body. The mind and body are not viewed separately, but as part of an energetic system. Similarly our organs are viewed as interconnected structures that work together to keep the body functioning in balance and harmony.

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