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Newtown Professional Centre:
Unit 3, Level 1, 333 King Street
Newtown NSW 2042

Andrew Koh

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.

Chinese Medicine and Herbalism

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.

Andrew Koh lecturing

Qualifications

Chinese Medicine Board of Ausrtralia
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Professional membership

  • Chinese Medicine Board Australia

Registered member, CMR0001708738

  • Australian Natural Therapists Association
  • The International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine
  • International Society for Chinese Philosophy
  • PhD candidate
    University of New South Wales
  • MA BA (Hons)
    National Univeristy of Singapore
  • Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
    Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Sydney, Australia
  • Cert TCM
    Guangzhou, China
  • Dip Nursing with Registration
    City University, London, UK
  • Cert Sexual & Reproductive Health
    Family Planning NSW, Sydney, Australia
  • Cert Remedial Massage
    London & Sydney
  • Cert Traditional Thai Massage
    Wat Po, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Cert Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
    CBT Australia, Sydney
  • Cert Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
    CBT Australia, Sydney
  • Cert IV Training & Assessment
    Fortress Learning, Brisbane, Australia

Publications

Publications

  • The rich resonance of Huangdi Neijing and its clinical use. (2016) Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine 10(2):19-31. (peer reviewed)
  • An interview with Angus Whitehead: Glass Cathedral: Gay Novel or Liberation Theology? An Interview with Andrew Koh. (May 2013) Transnational Literature, 5(2).
  • Wen Bing (Warm Diseases) and the 2009 H1N1 influenza. (2010) Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine 5(2):23-29. (peer reviewed)
  • The relationship between zangfu and the formation of fluid retention. (2008) Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1:14-16.
  • MacMillan Palliative Care Team – Student Nurse Elective. (2000) Nursing Progress 8:12-13. Reflective piece in Trust journal.
  • Joint Decisions. (2000) Nursing Standard 14(41):24. Reflective piece.
  • Passing It On. (2000) Nursing Standard 14(29):22. Reflective piece.
  • A Rapid Response. (2000) Nursing Standard 14(21):24. Reflective piece.
  • Non-Judgmental Care as a Professional Obligation. (1999). Nursing Standard 13(37):38-41. (peer reviewed)
  • Racism: Time to Turn Words into Action. (1999). Nursing Times 14(95):30-31. Article. Funding the Future. (1999). Nursing Standard 13(50):52-55. Article.
  • Inside Out. (1999) Nursing Standard 14(2):20. Reflective piece.

Fiction

  • Glass Cathedral (1995). Singapore: EPB. The novel was shortlisted in the 1996 Commonwealth Writers Prize Best First Novel (Regional) category. Reprint as part of Singapore Classics in 2011.

Poetry

  • The Speech Therapist and His Patient. (2001). In Write Spark. 10:17. London: Hackney Creative Group: London.
  • An African Girl in the Newspaper. (2001). In Write Spark. 9:47. London: Hackney Creative Group.
  • Lorong Tai Seng. (2000). In About Literature: A Jazz of Poems, Plays and Prose (1999).
  • Singapore: Pan Pacific Publishing.
  • Hybrid from the East (1997). London: Minerva.
  • We Remember. (1996). In Sandy Williams, ed., Touching the Pulse: Worship and Where We Live London: Stainer and Bell. A poem on the need to keep in memory those who died from AIDS related illnesses.
  • Orang Cina Bukan Cina. (1996). In Stepping Forward 3 Workbooks, Heather Jones and Robyn Mann, Singapore: Pan Pacific Publishing. Poem in secondary school text book for English Language classes.

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