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Kiah McGowan

Acupuncturist and Herbalist
Kiah McGowan - Health Space Clinics


Kiah is a Chinese Medicine Practitioner who employs a combination of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, cupping, moxa and Chinese dietary advice to assist her patients in achieving their best health naturally.


Throughout her four years of study at the University of Technology, Sydney, and an overseas internship at the Chengdu Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, Kiah discovered her love for science and natural health. Her studies enabled her to gain a deep understanding of holistic medicine, and to provide individualized treatments that aim to address to the root of one’s disease. She strongly believes that optimal health relies on a balance between the body and mind, and has always been passionate about mental health.


Kiah’s particular interests include:

Mental disorders (such as stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia)

Musculoskeletal conditions (including pain management and recovery)

Women’s health (such as menstrual issues, pre-conception/pregnancy care and menopause)

Digestive issues and complaints

Cosmetic treatments (acupuncture, facial cupping, gua sha)


Kiah is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and is fully-accredited by the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association.

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