VIVE Acupuncturist – Bob Wong

 

Bob Wong is an AHPRA licensed, sixth generation acupuncturist from the USA. He has experience working in China, USA, and Australia with a special focus in:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Stroke Recovery
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Arthritis
  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Musculoskeletal ailments

 

Bob Wong spent 8 years training and learning from some of the best acupuncturists in southern China at the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. His fluency of the Chinese language enables a deeper grasp and understanding of Chinese medicine to benefit his patients.

Bob Wong has a great interest in emphasizing the importance of preventative medicine His goal now is to help as many people he can through natural methods of healing and help people realize some of the unhealthy patterns and habits they may have in their lives thereby allowing them to take an active part in their own healing process.

Instead of the common band-aid approach, whereby the symptoms are merely masked by conventional drugs for certain ailments, he believes it is much more beneficial  to get to the root of what causes the problem.

“To administer medicine after an illness begins.. is like digging a well after becoming thirsty or casting weapons after a battle has engaged.” – Huang Di Nei Jing

Qualifications & Credentials

  •  AHPRA licensed acupuncturist (CMR0001848843)
  • ATMS (Australian traditional Medicine Society 27960)
  • Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine Bachelors of Medicine (BS) Medicine  Acupuncture and Tui Na
  • First Affiliated Hospital Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine 2008-2013
  • University of Illinois Chicago Bachelor’s of Economics
  • Dr. Tan’s Balance method 2014
  • Dr. Robert Chu Master Tung Acupuncture Training Course 2015
  • Dr. Zhu Scalp acupuncture Stroke and Spinal cord injury recovery 2016
  • Dr. Zhu Scalp acupuncture Internal medicine, neurological disorders 2017

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