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Lois Nethery

Lois Nethery

Show Phone Number35 Adams St, Curl Curl, NSW, 2096
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 14:00
Tuesday14:00 - 19:30
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday08:30 - 12:0014:30 - 19:30
Saturday
Sunday

Popular Treatments

The Initial Consultation and Treatment From AU$85
(1 hour 30 mins)
Preconception
Acupuncture Treatment
Acupuncture Treatment From AU$90
Follow-up Single Sessions From AU$75
(1 hour )
Herbal Consultation Follow-ups From AU$60
(30 mins)
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations From AU$75
(50 mins)
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations From AU$45
(30 mins)
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations From AU$30
(15 mins)
Herbal Medicines From AU$4
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About Lois Nethery

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Provides

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture Treatment
From AU$75
Follow-up Single Sessions (1 hour )
From AU$60
Herbal Consultation Follow-ups (30 mins)
From AU$75
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations (50 mins)
From AU$45
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations (30 mins)
From AU$30
Children’s Acupuncture and Herbal Consultations (15 mins)
From AU$4
Herbal Medicines
 
Sho Ni Shin
From AU$90
Acupuncture Treatment
From AU$85
The Initial Consultation and Treatment (1 hour 30 mins)
 
Preconception

General Practice

 
Stress

Massage Therapy

 
Chinese Massage - Tui Na

Holistic Health

 
Acupressure
 
Anxiety
 
Cupping and Gua Sha
 
Depression
 
Energy Medicine
 
Moxibustion

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

HICAPS

Dr Lois Nethery

Job Title:
  Doctor
Biography:
She fell in love with Chinese medicine twenty years ago while she was studying for her psychology degree. Even though I’d discovered meditation in her teens and had begun a regular yoga practice, at that time she didn’t have an understanding about cultivating energy, mind-body practices and so on. She had begun the path into the treasure trove of Eastern knowledge but I really was living like a Westerner! It’s a lifestyle familiar to most of us – charging up with coffee, loading up with stress, rushing from here to there, always struggling to achieve or gain or simply keep afloat. She have since learned that this lifestyle can NEVER be maintained without cost. She was lucky that I felt the signs early – they came in the form of debilitating migraines. She knew that even the best-intentioned medical doctor would only be able to offer some kind of pain killer or other artificial pill, but she didn’t want to just mask the symptoms.I was greeted at the door by a softly spoken Chinese woman, dressed in a traditional white doctor’s coat. She led her down the hallway decorated with scrolls of Chinese writing and into the consultation room. Around her she could see odd instruments, small mannequins with acupoints marked on them, jars of dried mushrooms, bottles of various coloured liquids all marked with Chinese writing. She was fascinated by the questions she asked her, the way she seemed to gently study her while she talked with her (I now know she was assessing my “Shen” – vitality of spirit), the way she attentively “listened” with her fingertips as she read my wrist pulses. It was all very new and a bit weird… but somehow she knew it was right.During the remainder of her studies she would go back to her from time to time – whenever my stressful lifestyle played catch-up with her health! She didn’t understand how damaging the stress-ridden lifestyle is, but at that time she was totally immersed in the Western way of life and didn’t have any role models who were living in a healthier way. Luckily, the Chinese herbs and occasional acupuncture really helped to keep the effects of stress at bay.Chinese Medicine Board of Australia – Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner – This is the Australian Government register of qualified Chinese medicine practitioners. Since July 2012, the profession has been regulated alongside doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, chiropractors, occupational therapists and eight other health professions. Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association – Full Member – This is the peak professional body representing acupuncturists and Chinese herbal medicine practitioners. They provide information to the public about general aspects of Chinese medicine.
Show Phone Number35 Adams St, Curl Curl, NSW, 2096