Difficulty conceiving?

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If you have been trying to conceive for 6 – 12 months without success you are probably starting to wonder why its not happening?

Doing IVF?

If you are doing IVF (or IUI or ovulation induction) then we can make a useful contribution to your cycle with Chinese Medicine.

Men’s health?

One of the most common reasons couples go to an IVF clinic is male factor infertility. However there are ways to improve sperm health.

Other conditions ?

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There are a number of different conditions that affect women, that have long been addressed in TCM clinics in China.

Preparing to conceive?

If you are planning to have a baby soon, there are a number of ways you can and should prepare for a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

Already pregnant?

Acupuncture is often used by pregnant women to promote well being and to address pregnancy related symptoms should they occur.

Visit us when you are planning to fall pregnant


Fuke (the study of gynecology) was first established as a distinct discipline in Chinese Medicine nearly 700 years ago in the Imperial Court of the Song dynasty. The first encyclopedic gynecology text was written in the early 13th Century, called “Furen Daquan Liang Fang” (All Inclusive Good Prescriptions for Women).

Since opening our original IVF Support clinic in 2008, the first of its kind in Australia, we have seen more than 14,000 patients and feel privileged to be able to offer a unique approach; one which combines the wisdom and skills of hundreds of years of traditional Chinese medicine and our extensive experience alongside recent findings coming from research being carried out in clinics all over the world.

We offer treatments in our clinic that are based on the existing evidence, our training and experience, and the experience of doctors working in gynecology clinics and hospitals in China over many hundreds of years.

Read our latest news/blog item that addresses the question, “where to next for the IVF patient”? The uterine lining is proving to be more crucial than we thought – click here to read more