Wendy Carter

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Wendy Carter, Master of Chinese Medicine, has been in private practice for 28 years as an Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.

Her specialities are  IVF support, pregnancy, preparation for birth, baby in breech or posterior position, induction of labour, postpartum, lactation, gynaecological disorders and menopause.  Wendy also has a strong nursing and midwifery background. She has a passion for helping people get better and keeping them well.


Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner with AHPRA
Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine
DipAppScience Acupuncture
Post Graduate Certificates in Chinese Herbs
Registered Nurse 

Wendy treats a wide variety of conditions and has a particular interest in women and children's health.

Musculoskeletal Pain

Acupoints are chosen to trigger a nerve response along the meridian pathways. This will allow the energy, nerve impulses and blood circulation to flow freely through the affected area, bringing about a healing response. Muscles tendons and ligaments will be nourished and relaxed.


Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture (Cosmetic).

Acupoints on the face are stimulated as well as motor points of the facial muscles. The procedure is relatively pain free with only minimal discomfort. Deep wrinkles will relax and smooth out. Areas of sagging will be toned.  The face will take on a healthy glow, wrinkles will fade and the skin tone will even out. The skin will have a plumper look as the elastin and collagen growth is stimulated. The amount of treatments required will depend on your age and general health.


Acne flare ups and Acne Scaring

Acupuncture is used on the face and the body to stimulate a healing response. Acne pitting and scarring can also be treated. 

Chinese herbs are often prescribed.



Sho Ni Shin is suitable for a baby or child under 8 years old. It may be used up to 12 years of age. The treatment takes no more that 10 to 20 minutes depending on the age of the child. It involves lightly stimulating acupuncture points and meridians with little blunt tappers to bring the qi up to the surface and then spreading the qi along the meridian with little flat scrapers. it is all done on the surface of the skin and does not penetrate the skin. It is an enjoyable treatment for the child. Acupuncture can be used however the needles are inserted quickly and removed before the child realises what has happened. The needles are not left in for any period of time as they are for an adult.



Call Wendy to discuss your Health issues today on 47287165

Registered Health Funds

  • ACA Health Benefits Fund
  • CBHS Health Fund Limited
  • CUA Health Limited
  • Defence Health Limited
  • GMF Health
  • GMHBA Limited
  • HBF Health Limited
  • HCF
  • Health Care Insurance Limited
  • Health Insurance Fund of Australia Limited
  • Health Partners
  • Latrobe Health Services
  • Medibank Private Limited
  • Mildura District Hospital Fund Ltd
  • MY OWN
  • Navy Health Ltd
  • NIB Health Funds Ltd.
  • Onemedifund
  • Peoplecare Health Insurance
  • Phoenix Health Fund Limited
  • Police Health
  • Queensland Country Health Fund Ltd
  • Reserve Bank Health Society Ltd
  • St.Lukes Health
  • Teachers Health Fund
  • Transport Health Pty Ltd
  • Westfund Limited

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