Josephine holds a Bachelor degree of Health Science (in Traditional Chinese Medicine) from the University Technology of Sydney (UTS). Prior to becoming a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, she has experienced firsthand how difficult it was to find the right doctor and get sound advice and real help for different health issues. This set her on a path of discovering the importance of holistic health care, and also instilled a passion to be able to help others in practical ways.

During her bachelor course in UTS, Josephine also had training experience at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital where Chinese medicine and Western medicine is integrated for patient care in a hospital setting.

As a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, Josephine applies individualised treatment methods, introduces modified lifestyle and dietary adjustments for restoring the body to a homeostasis state. Her treatment method aims more in optimising the body’s functions in preserving and cultivating health, besides managing signs and symptoms.

Josephine is interested in women’s health, where there are important seasons that should be cared for with love and professional advice. Menarche (first menstruation) in a woman’s early years is the first chance to reset the scale weight at the balance level. The next important season is pregnancy, in preparation of a pregnancy and postpartum health restoration. Menopause management is also an important season for maintaining good health in the golden years.

Josephine’s skillset includes acupuncture, cosmetic acupuncture, cupping and herbal medicine.