Women's Health Specialist

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Natural Therapies Clinic

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Chinese Medicine Board of Australia

Australia Traditional Medicine society

Fertility society of Australia

We specialized in:

Gynaecological problems ( such as Infertility, IVF Acupuncture, painful menstruation, irregular periods, premenstrual syndrome, menopausal syndrome )

Musculoskeletal conditons ( such as cervical spondylosis, stiff neck, frozen shoulder, back and lumbar pain, tennis elbow, sport injuries, acute and chronic lumber muscle strain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and rheumatism )

Painful conditions ( such as headache, migrane, post-operative pain.)

Neurological conditions (such as sciatica, stroke sequelae, peripheral neuropathy, bell's palsy )

Gastrointestinal disorders ( such as constipation, diarrhoea, irritable bowel syndrome, loss appetite )

Urogenital disorders ( such as prostatitis, impotence, retained urine )

Addictions ( such as smoking and drug withdrawals )

Other common cold and influenza, cough, allergies and immunity, gout, anxiety, stress, insomnia and fatigue, skin disorders, detox programs, weight management programs and many more )

Just feel free to talk our friendly practitioner to meet your needs.

About Menopausal Study in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCHM)
& Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

While HRT is highly effective at relieving menopausal symptoms and may provide Protection against certain conditions ( such as osteoporosis ), the results of a major study called the Women’s Health Initiative lead physicians to revise their recommendations regarding HRT. The study found that the risks associated with HRT may out weigh the benefits. This created a renewed interest in use of safe and efficacious alternative medicines such as the TCHM.


  • Both TCHM and HRT induced a significant reduction of prevalence and severity of menopausal symptoms.
  • Both TCHM and HRT showed significant reductions of psychological ( anxiety, Depression ) and somatic symptom scores on the Greene Climacteric Scale.
  • Significant changes of mean levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH )and Oestrogen (E2) were found with the treatment of HRT.
  • TCHM caused less unusual vaginal bleeding or spotting episodes and absence of Breast tenderness during the study period. The low frequency of breast tenderness with TCHM compared with oestrogen containing HRT suggests that women complaining of breast tenderness while on conventional HRT might be advised to switch to TCHM.
  • The beneficial effects of TCHM were mediated by hormone replacement like effects: The improvements in climacteric symptoms of TCHM were not mediated by estrogenic effects because no changes were seen in the E2 and FSH levels. This is consistent with the finding that breast tenderness was less frequent with TCHM with HRT, which might be related to the relatively high E2 levels with the later.

No More Period Pain

Do you have monthly cramping, back pain, mood swings, bloating sores, boils and exhaustion associated with menstruation? Do you have a very irregular menstrual cycle? Would you like to have these problem resolved and throw away your hot water bottles, painkillers?

Menstrual Pain ( period pain ) or dyamenorrhoea, is one of the most common gynaecological conditions that women face, affects as many as 50% of menstruating women, It refers to pain experienced before, during of after the period. The pain may be located centrally f on both sides of the lower thighs and legs, in some cases restrict a women's lifestyle for the duration of her period.

Nowadays, patients are treated with everything from over-the-counter pain-relief medications to hormonal regulators like the oral contraceptive pill. However, many of these treatments are aimed at symptomatic relief on an episode-by-episode basis, rather than long-term management of the conditions. Meanwhile side effects of these treatments have aroused increasing concern.

For thousands of years, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture have been used as a way of managing Menstruation Pain in China, and a number of international studies have found that they are very effective when it comes to managing menstrual disorders because they treat the root cause of the problem.

Pathomechanism, 'where there is free flow there is no pain and where there is pain there is no free flow' and so it can be surmised that failure of Qi or Blood to flow smoothly is the root of menstrual pain. Where Liver Qi is constrained so that Qi and Blood fail to nourish the channels, Chong and Ren are empty and blood can not flow smoothly. Where there is stagnation, pain tends to present before the period or on the first one or two day. At this time, Yang Qi has accumulated and exacerbates stagnation, like peak-hour traffic in a bottle neck. Once the period starts, Blood and Qi flow and pain is alleviated. Where is deficiency the pain presents at the end of the period when Yin and Blood are at their lowest level in the cycle, further aggravating the underlying deficiency.

At Jenny Clinic, we provide treatment include Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture and life care advice to treat menstrual pain. An individual treatment plan will be designed following a full consultation which will be performed to address the original causes.

For more information about treatment, Please feel free to ask Jenny.

Traditional Chinese Medicine Supporting Patients
that Undergo cancer Treatment

The treatment of many cancers includes chemotherapy and surgery with the goal to destroy and remove the maximum of cancer cells. While remission is sometimes achieved, the drastic nature of the treatment usually has severe side-effects.

Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM ) herbal therapy in integrated cancer care can strengthen patient immunity, enhance the efficacy of other therapies, improve quality of life and minimize the side-effects of other therapies.

Ask Jenny for more information.

Symptom of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer Warming Signs:

Ovarian Cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancers in women and is the fifth-leading cause of cancer-related death among women in the US. According to National Cancer Institute.

The most common symptoms include:

  • Bloating
  • Pelvic or abdominal pain
  • Trouble eating of feeling full quickly
  • Urinary urgency or frequency
  • Upset stomach
  • Back pain
  • Pain during sex
  • Constipation
  • Menstrual changes
  • Unexplained changes in bowel habits
  • Unexplained weight gain or weight loss
  • Ongoing, unusual fatigue

Women's Health Specialist Women's Health Specialist
Suite 201, 379 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood NSW 2067     T: (02) 9884 8664    E: info@clinicjenny.com

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