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Rebalance Traditional Chinese Medicine

From preconception to beyond, we help to restore your health, wellbeing and vitality

Rebalance Traditional Chinese Medicine

From preconception to beyond, we help to restore your health, wellbeing and vitality

traditional chinese medicine IN SOUTH MORANG

Our Clinic

Welcome to Rebalance Chinese Medicine, our tranquil and reliable acupuncture clinic situated in South Morang, Melbourne.

If you are looking to improve your overall well-being by addressing root causes and receiving personalised holistic care to attain your ideal lifestyle, we are here to help!

Our approach is holistic and typically includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, as well as dietary and lifestyle modifications.

While catering to the entire family, our focus is in providing support to women during puberty, fertility, pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause.

Our goal is to assist you in restoring balance to your health and leading the vibrant life you deserve!


Holistic and Personalised Medicine

meet our

Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Dr. Julia Bartrop

BAppSc (Human Biology)/BAppSc (Chinese Medicine) RMIT
Cert. IV Massage MIMT

Doctor of Chinese Medicine

Julia has double degrees, Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Biology and Chinese Medicine) with 1st class honours from RMIT as well as a Certificate IV in Massage from Melbourne Institute of Massage.

She is a member of the Australian Traditional Members Society (ATMS) and is Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA).

Whilst providing Traditional Chinese Medicine care for the whole family, Julia has a special interest in fertility and female endocrinology to support women through each phase of their lives.

Julia has expertise in providing support for

Fertility & IVF


Birth Preparation & Labour Induction

Post Partum

Breastfeeding & Lactation

Menstrual Issues & Hormonal Imbalances

Perimenopause & Menopause

articles & stories


  • Gua sha being performed on a clients face

Have you heard about the benefits of Gua Sha?

Have you heard about Gia sha? Gua sha is the ancient technique of using long and short strokes on the skin to remove toxins, incfease blod flow and assist with pain and soreness. It has been "rediscovered" as a game changer in improving skin health and improving apperance.

  • microscopic view of sperm under the microscope

Male Semen Analysis – The A-Z of a semen anyalisis and why its so vital.

Everything you need to know about a semen test - what it is, why it is so important, what is tested and when to get tested. 40% of infertility is now due to male fertility factors - a sperm test assists us to see how your partners or sperm donors sperm is so we can assist you with acheiving your dream of a baby.

Mother Warming

Motherwarming is an ancient chinese medicine treatmemt which is used to assist the mother to heal from birth. Moxa assists the mum by warming the abdomen and lower back. This helps to promote blood flow, and create QI (energy) aiding mum to increase circulation, nourish her body and aid with recovery. Moxa is a herb which has warming properties called Ai Ye.

  • peepermin tea in cup

A tea for all seasons

Traditional Chinese Mediicne uses natural healing principals to maintain health and wellness throughout all the different seasons. This blog suggests brews that you can drink in the differenty seasons to help with improving your health and nourishing particular organs associated with the season.

  • stomach flat healthy digestion

How to improve your digestion with acupressure.

3 acupressure points - St 36, St25 and CV12 can be used to assist with nearly all digestive issues. Using this these points we can a aid constipation, reflux, bloating and low energy. By incorporating essential oils with acupressure we can increase the efficacy of the acupressure and give ourselves a treatment which is as powerful as acupuncture by a professional. Which during these times is greatly needed.

  • Small bowels of different coloured dried herbs with spoons nect to them

7 Best herbs to cook with in Winter

What are the best herbs to cook with during winter according to chinese Medicine? Ginger, Golji berries, Huang Qi, Peppermint and cinnnamon can all be used to assit with enhancing your immune system and staying well during winter.

  • Winter - night gloomy, snow on ground, leafless tree

Winter and Chinese Medicine

Winter And Chinese Medicine   Acupuncture helps us live harmoniously with the seasons. In Chinese Medicine theory, there are five natural elements that exist within us, as they do in nature. Each season belongs to a particular element and has a unique correspondence with 2 meridians – a yin and

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