Email: Tel: +61 (07) 3890 7446

Dr Li Meng

Acupuncturist & Herbalist

Dr Meng is a Brisbane based, Chinese and Australian trained and qualified Chinese Medicine Practitioner, who specialises in diagnosis, acupuncture modality and herbal formula application tailored for her patients with a wide range of conditions.

Chinese Medicine Consultation and Chinese Medicine Herbs

Through the unique diagnostic method of traditional Chinese medicine dialectical treatment, combined with modern medical imaging and pathological reports, we provide patients with the most personalized treatment plan. According to the established treatment plan, using the formula of all-natural and organic Chinese herbal medicine (according to the Australian TGA standard), the patient can be given the optimal combination of treatment with minimal or no side effects.


Cupping is a form of Chinese medicine in which your doctor places special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People use it for a variety of purposes, including to help relieve pain, inflammation, promote blood flow, relax and maintain well-being, and as a deep-tissue massage.


Acupuncture, according to the standard acupoints of the 12 meridians and the eight extra meridians formulated by the WHO, and the diagnosis method of TCM syndrome differentiation, select relevant acupoints to treat diseases. It is the most widely used acupuncture therapy in clinical practice. Studies have shown that acupuncture is effective for a variety of conditions. Because of its efficacy, acupuncture was recommended by the World Health Organization in 1980 as an effective alternative treatment for more than 43 different diseases. 

Scalp acupuncture

Scalp acupuncture is an acupuncture therapy that treats diseases with acupuncture on the corresponding parts of the scalp according to the functional positioning of the cerebral cortex. It is often used to treat nerve injuries. Such as facial paralysis, aphasia, dysphonia, hemiplegia, migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, temporomandibular arthritis, limb numbness, pain, tremor, paresthesia etc.

Auricular acupuncture and Auricular pressure

Auricular acupuncture is an acupuncture therapy that obtains diagnosis and treatment by needling the auricular points on the corresponding parts of the auricle. Auricular pressure refers to the method of using ear bean paste to treat corresponding diseases according to the corresponding regions and parts of the international auricular points formulated by the WHO. Combined with the diagnosis of TCM syndrome differentiation and treatment, auricular acupuncture and (or) auricular pressure can cooperate to treat diseases related to multiple systems such as viscera, nerves, and endocrine. Such as hypertension, Meniere's syndrome, urticaria, allergic rhinitis, autonomic dysfunction, infertility, female menstrual disorders, endocrine disorders, epilepsy, asthma, irritability, insomnia, abdominal pain, arthritis, etc.

Cosmetic acupuncture

Clinical practice shows that cosmetic acupuncture has long-lasting effect that other cosmetic methods cannot be obtained. It has a significant effect on the treatment of obesity, chloasma, acne, age spots, hair loss and other debilitating diseases. There are no absolute contraindications to cosmetic acupuncture treatment, and proper cooperation with any therapy can improve the effect.

Warm Needling

Warm needling therapy is a way to prevent and treat diseases by placing a moxa column at the end of the needle after the filiform needle is pierced. It is often used clinically to treat chronic low back and leg pain, fatigue, depression, irregular menstruation, and dysmenorrhea.

Fire needling

Fire needling therapy is a treatment method in which needles are heated and burned and then quickly pierced into specific points under the skin. Because it has needles and heat, it combines the dual advantages of acupuncture and moxibustion, which can warm the meridians, reconcile qi and blood, and mobilize the body's self-healing function. It is often used clinically to treat persistent and long-term musculoskeletal injuries, tumors, masses, ganglion cysts.

Blood letting

Bloodletting therapy is an acupuncture method in which a lancet or other needles are used to puncture the superficial blood vessels of the patient's skin and release an appropriate amount of blood according to different conditions. It has a wide range of clinical applications and can be used for pain relief, fever reduction, fainting, and epilepsy.


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Phone: (07) 3890 7446



Add: 60 Hawbridge Street, Carseldine QLD 4034