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Stephen Lyons

Acupuncturist | Remedial Massage Therapist | Chinese Herbal Medicine
Stephen Lyons - Health Space Clinics

Stephen is a registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner having completed his Bachelor of Health Science in Chinese Medicine at UTS.

He started his career as a health practitioner in massage completing his Diploma in Remedial Massage. He is experienced in treating musculoskeletal injuries and problems and currently working with the Penrith Panthers NRL team as a massage therapist with experience with other professional sports teams in rugby league and cricket.

Stephen also has experience working alongside doctors to provide cancer patients with treatment to help reduce their nausea and help with other side effects of cancer treatment at Concord Hospital. This was a beautiful, nourishing and rewarding experience witnessing the benefits that acupuncture can bring to people. He also has enjoyed seeing the benefits that Chinese Medicine manual therapies such as Cupping, Gua Sha and moxa can give to patients.

Stephen Lyons - Acupuncturist | Chinese Herbal Medicine | Remedial Massage / Massage Therapist Availability:


Rozelle Ph: (02) 9810 8769


Mondays: 7am-1pm & 3pm-4pm
Wednesdays: 8am-7pm
Fridays: 1pm-7pm
Saturdays: 8am-2pm

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