About Us & How we can help you get back to doing what you love.

Root & Branch Oriental Therapies understands that maintaining good health through internal balance improves the mind body connection. There is probably no modality other than Oriental Medicine, which fully comprehends the link between mental and physical health.

Modern medicine primarily fixes that which is already broken; however traditional medicine is more proactive in prevention, if there is an imbalance – our aim to restore balance before disharmony takes hold and then health is managed with ongoing periodic maintenance.

We are passionate to help all members of the community, but especially those who have come to a ‘dead-end’ with what mainstream medicine has to offer, or those whom have tried ‘everything else’ without a great deal of success.

With options from muskuo-skeletal work, pain-free acupuncture treatments, nutrition and herbal medicine we are often able to offer an alternative for those who for whatever reason aren’t able to take pharmaceutical medications; of course there are some limitations to traditional approach to health care, something we are happy to discuss with you in more detail.

Similarly there are limits to both traditional and modern medicine approaches, both reflect the rules of yin and yang – where one modality might fail an individual, the other often shines…

 


 

 

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MARK  DAVIS, BHSc [TCM]

Doctor of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncturist

aacmaMark has always been interested in natural healing and was first introduced to Oriental Medicine while living in Japan while on exchange.  Many years later while seeking relief from a stressful corporate job he rediscovered the amazing benefits of acupuncture and made a life-changing decision to go back to University and completely change career directions.

Mark is an accredited member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA), graduated from Southern School of Natural Therapies and he is particularly passionate about helping people with pain and everything associated with Neck & Head conditions  from Migraine to Insomnia, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Bell’s Palsy, Depression, Anxiety & even cosmetic acupuncture are all important areas in which Mark holds a clinical focus, and regularly undertakes postgraduate training.

PH: 0425 722 217

 

 

AVAILABILITY : SUN~WED

*Other times and days available, which varies from week to week, don't hesitate to inquire whether we can fit you in at a time which suits you...
                                             M: 0425 722 217

 

 


 

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MASA  KODAMA

[ SHIATSU MASA ]

Japanese Shiatsu Practitioner

antaMasa has long been interested in Japanese style physical therapeutic techniques, but only completed his formal studies since coming to Australia.  He is constantly following new techniques from Japan so you will possibly discover his style is slightly different to many local Therapists.

Masa is an accredited member of the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA), he graduated from the Australian Shiatsu College in Melbourne.  Shiatsu is a physical therapy that supports and strengthens the body’s natural ability to heal and balance itself.  It works on the whole person; including physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual aspects of ourselves.  Masa has a special interest in treating the pain of the back, neck, and shoulders while calming the mind and relieving stress.

It is a whole body experience usually practiced while clothed on a floor mat.

 

 

AVAILABILITY : WED~SUN

*Other times and days available, varies week to week, don't hesitate to inquire whether we can fit you in at a time which suits you...  
                                        SMS / MESSAGE: 0425 737 896

 


 

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