Andrew is a registered Chinese Medicine doctor practising acupuncture and Chinese medicine herbalism.
Andrew is passionate about mental and emotional health, men’s health and fertility. He works with patients dealing with depression or anxiety, and recognises that fertility issues affect both men and women.
Andrew works with people from a diversity of backgrounds and ages: children with ADHD through to the elderly. A large proportion of his patients are those in the prime of their lives who are living with stress from the pressures of their success.
“I strive to give people hope, nourish their self-confidence, and create a safe space for them to heal.”
Andrew trained in London as a Registered Nurse and has worked in Sexual Health, HIV and research (tropical diseases). His publications include academic papers (on Chinese medicine, ethics, nursing, etc), textbooks, fiction and poetry. He has also presented at international conferences on philosophy and Chinese Medicine. Andrew is fluent in English and Mandarin.
He is the senior lecturer administering the Chinese Medicine bachelor programme at the Endeavour College of Natural Health (Sydney) and a sessional lecturer at the Western Sydney University, teaching Chinese Medicine, culture & diversity and communication in health.
Acupuncture is just one well known technique in a whole medical paradigm that is as ancient as human civilisation. Its relation to the energy flows of the body, or ‘qi’, is respected by the medical profession worldwide. Andrew Koh’s life passion is tapping quietly but potently into this flow to answer your body’s disharmonies, however fleeting or persistent, and bring you closer to the healthiest that you can be.