Dr. Rayman Wu – Acupuncturist & Chinese herbalist Melbourne
Dr. Rayman Wu (TCM)
B.App.SC (Chinese Medicine)
B.App.SC (Human Biology)
Registered Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner
Registered Chinese Herbal Dispenser
Accredited member of AACMA & FCMA
Melbourne acupuncturist Rayman Wu (Minrui) is a fully qualified acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner. He is registered with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia, and he is an accredited member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) as well as accredited member of the Federation of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Societies of Australia (FCMA).
Rayman holds a double bachelor degree in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology with Honours 1st Class from RMIT University. He completed a clinical internship at the renowned Nanjing Jiangsu Provincial Hospital in China, furthering his clinical experience and enthusiasm for integrative healthcare. Furthermore, he followed and was apprenticed to several famous Chinese medicine practitioners in China including nephrology specialist Professor Yu Chenghui and scalp acupuncture pioneer Sir Fang Yunpeng’s grandson/successor Zhou Dajun.
Rayman’s knowledge in both modern western and traditional eastern medicine gives him a unique style of delivering integrative medicine to suit all his patients. Rayman offers a professional and effective service providing each of his patients with warmth, care, compassion and motivation towards better health. In his clinical practice, he often combines acupuncture with herbal medicine, body acupuncture with micro-acupuncture, thus his treatment often has a very good effect.
RAYMAN’s SPECIAL INTEREST
Rayman believes in the importance of restoring balance in every aspect of a person’s life, working with patients to make lifestyle and dietary changes where necessary. He has profound knowledge and substantial experience in helping a large number of conditions:
- injury and chronic pain conditions (eg. lower back pain, arthritis)
- assist in supporting specific fertility treatment (eg. IVF acupuncture support)
- metabolic disorders (eg. obesity)
- digestive disorders (eg. IBS)
- emotional disorders/mental health (eg. chronic pain associated with depression, anxiety, insomnia)
- respiratory/allergy problems (eg. hay fever, sinusitis)
- skin conditions (eg. eczema, acne)
- cancer support
- other difficult conditions