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Ping Ming Health is one of Australia's most experienced and trusted clinics dedicated to the professional practice of Chinese medicine.

Our first community acupuncture clinic was set up over the summer of 2017 in Fitzroy. Five years later, we have learnt a lot about how to provide high quality treatments for sustainably low prices.

The mission and purpose of our community acupuncture project is to make traditional Chinese medicine therapies more accessible to everyone.

Through our work, we hope to show that more sustainable models of healthcare are possible.

How we work.

Our practitioners work together in a beautiful, open and welcoming environment where you can receive professional, high quality healthcare with a friendly and genuine human touch.

Behind the scenes, our clinic is powered by technology that helps us run efficiently and our community acupuncture practitioners receive extensive continuous professional development from our parent clinic Ping Ming Health.

In community acupuncture, nothing is hidden. We offer our treatments with transparency and authenticity in everything that we do.

The truth is, we all get unwell and need to be cared for at different times in our lives but we needn't always do it alone.

In today's increasingly clinical and behind-closed-doors approach to healthcare, our clinic is designed to bring people closer together through the shared experience of healing.

Our Space

Meet our team.

We don't just call ourselves a team. You'll see our practitioners actually working together to solve your health problems.

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 migraines, frozen shoulders and chronic eczema through to women’s health and pregnancy. 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 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, and graduated with a perfect GPA. He is an external supervisor of Chinese medicine students from RMIT University. 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).

Dr Albert Fung
Chinese Medicine Practitioner

The philosophy and human centered approach of Chinese medicine complements Dr Albert Fung's ease in connecting with all walks of life. He loves seeing positive shifts in his clients' health and enjoys treating a broad range of conditions including pain management, digestive health, pregnancy support and women's health. Albert also has a particular interest in treating mental health and unearthing the connection between a person's mental state and its physical expression. In addition to acupuncture, Albert incorporates meridian massage, scrubbing and Chinese herbal medicine.

Albert's study and practice of Chinese medicine led him to live in Nanjing, China for several years, undertaking internships at Nanjing's Jiangsu Provincial Chinese Medicine Hospital and Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. He worked with moxa specialist Dr Tao Kun at Jun He Tang clinic, studied under the late Master Dr Wang Ju Yi at his Applied Channel Theory Research Center in Beijing and conducted acupuncture workshops for post-graduate students in Nanjing.

In addition to Chinese medicine, Albert loves camping in remote landscapes, swimming in mountain rivers and watching baby elephants play. Prior to Chinese medicine, Albert performed and worked in film, theatre and music. He can also speak Cantonese and Mandarin.

Dr Rachael Lim
Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr Rachael Lim is known to be a friendly, warm and reliable practitioner. She holds a double degree in Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) with distinction from RMIT University.

Rachael is passionate about helping her clients with digestive issues, skin problems and pain management. She believes that balancing one's diet and lifestyle choices are important as many health issues tend to arise from them. Rachael also has a special interest in women's health conditions including menopause, irregular periods, period pain and pregnancy support.

Outside of medicine, Rachael enjoys a wide range of music as she plays the piano and drums. She is also an outgoing person and enjoys outdoors activities. Rachael is a member of AACMA and also speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese.

Dr Yun Zhang
Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr Yun Zhang is a caring and friendly practitioner who graduated from RMIT University with a double degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine) and Health Science. In her practice, Yun is passionate about the holistic approach of Chinese medicine and strives to achieve the best health outcomes for her patients.

Whilst having had experience in treating many different health issues, Yun is particularly interested in treating pain and is always learning new techniques that can be beneficial for her clients.

In her spare time, Yun enjoys practicing Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese ink painting. She is a member of CMASA and also speaks fluent Mandarin.

Dr Jonalyn Lim
Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr Jonalyn Lim is a compassionate and gentle practitioner who believes in the interconnectedness of all things. Her life mission and passion is helping other people heal themselves through a holistic and individualised approach that considers the mind, body, and spirit as one in correlation to the environment. She not only looks at the signs and symptoms of an illness, but also strives to find the cause to correct the imbalances at its roots.

With a background in nursing, Jonalyn has a wide experience in general health issues and has special interests in emotional and mental health, trauma and pain management, women's health, neurological disorders and cosmetic acupuncture.

Jonalyn holds a double degree in Bachelor of Health Science & Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) with Distinction from RMIT University. She was also awarded the Chinese Medicine Prize as the best student academically of the Chinese medicine program in her final year. In her spare time, she reads books to expand her knowledge, watches comedy series and studies Mandarin. She is a member of AACMA and also speaks Tagalog-Filipino.

Dr Jasmine Cheah
Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr Jasmine is a dedicated and compassionate practitioner who aims to make a positive impact on the lives of her patients through holistic healthcare. She believes in addressing the root causes of ailments rather than merely treating symptoms. With a special interest in pain management and women's health issues, she hopes to help her patients take control of their health through education, lifestyle modifications, and personalised treatment plans.

Jasmine graduated from RMIT University with a double degree in Bachelor of Health Science & Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) with distinction. She is a member of AACMA and enjoys a variety of films and music outside of practice.

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