Eastern Osteopathy
 Eastern Osteopathy
 Eastern Osteopathy

Dr. Ashley Gordon
B.Hth.Sci. (Chinese Medicine)
B.App.Sci. (Human Movement)
Diploma of Bowen Therapy

Dr Ashley Gordon graduated from Chinese Medicine at the Southern School of Natural Therapies and is a registered member of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia.

Ashley is also an accredited member with the Australian Traditional Medicine Society.Ashley originally trained in Bowen Therapy at 16 years of age and then later, furthered his skills in learning an advanced version called N.S.T (Neuro-Structural Integration Technique) that he uses in his treatments.Prior to graduating as a Doctor of Chinese Medicine, Ashley worked as a Secondary Teacher in the area of Physical Education, Science and Mathematics.

Ashley has also lived overseas in Canada and Spain for 2 years, travelling and enjoying other countries. Ashley has been a keen sporting participant most of his life and combined with his Physical Education knowledge, has a thorough understanding of the body in relation to sporting requirements.

Ashley treats a wide of range of conditions (refer to the Acupuncture section) however he has a special interest in treating pregnancy, fertility issues (both men and women), conditions relating to women's health and digestive issues.



Historically, Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine) has a long record of treating disorders including, but not limited to:

  • Digestive issues i.e. IBS, Crohn's disease, reflux etc.
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Sleeping issues
  • Cold and Flu i.e. sinus problems, chest infections
  • Fatigue
  • Children's Illnesses
  • Women's Health i.e. Menstrual problems, Fertility, Pregnancy, PCOS etc.
  • Musculoskeletal - Back pain, Shoulder pain, Knee pain, Ankle pain etc.
  • Ear, Nose and Throat complaints
  • Asthma
  • Drug and Alcohol withdrawal

Chinese Medicine can treat a wide range of disease with pregnancy, male and female fertility issues, conditions relating to women's health and digestive issues, being of specific interest to Ashley, as previously mentioned.

The application of Traditional Chinese Medicine can be used to address the myriad of manifestations that the body chooses to present, due to its individualised diagnosis system, addressing the patient, not the problem. This enables Chinese Medicine to access the root cause of the problem and by addressing the cause of the problems, enables alleviation of the symptoms and bringing the organs back into balance.

The difference between the utilisation of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine is in their actions on the body;

  • Acupuncture addresses the external manifestations i.e. signs and symptoms, by working on the blockages of energy (Qi) moving through the Meridians. In this fashion, the acupuncture accesses Qi of the organs via the external channels.
  • Chinese Herbs however, as they are being ingested, work quickly to address the key organs out of balance from an internal aspect. This returns them to a state of balance and harmony and alleviating the current symptoms. Although they do have an effect on the exterior of the body, it is via the internal organs that the exterior is accessed. 

For more information about Chinese Medicine please visit: www.liforceacupuncture.com.au