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Kate Levett

Acupuncturist PhD, MPH, BEd (HME, Hons I), Adv.Dip.App.Sci (Acup)
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Kate Levett is a practitioner and researcher of Japanese and Chinese Acupuncture, with over 20 years’ experience as an acupuncturist, researcher, birth educator and teacher. She is a consultant for independent childbirth education programs in Australia and internationally, and is a research advisor with Lamaze International and the Obstetric Acupuncture Association in Canada, and the Maternal Acupuncture Mentoring Program (MAMPs).

Kate’s particular interests are in women’s health, including menstrual issues, fertility, pregnancy, birth and menopause. She has an interest in treating migraines, endometriosis, chronic pain conditions and sleeping issues. She believes that acupuncture is extremely effective for hormonal balancing within the body to help a large number of health issues that women in particular face.
Kate has had over 15 years’ experience in acupuncture practice, education and research, with a particular interest in the eastern philosophical ideas of health and wellbeing.

At Health Space, Brookvale, Kate combines her understanding of acupuncture practice and research, education and women’s health to design effective treatment strategies for your health and wellness.

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