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©2022 Liverpool Women's Health Centre

Ph: (02) 9601 3555

Fax: (02) 9824 0448

26 Bathurst St, Liverpool NSW 2170 (Corner Campbell and Bathurst St)
We offer a safe space that is wheelchair accessible.


Open hours:

9am-5pm Monday-Friday (Closed for lunch daily between 1pm-2pm)

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Meet Our Acupuncturist - Jiaoping Ao (JP)

Growing up in a Chinese household, Chinese medicine philosophies were naturally embedded in her family's daily life without much thought or question. Jiaoping entered the Traditional Chinese Medicine degree with curiosity towards this practice after witnessing a heated debate amongst Chinese netizens following Tu Youyou’s Nobel winning in 2015. Initially, her goal was to understand the logic and science behind this practice. She began to unravel and appreciate the major positive impacts TCM has had on her family and friends' health. She saw the immense potential for TCM to help manage symptoms associated with chronic diseases and improve individual’s overall quality of life. She has also visited Cheng Du Chinese Medicine University for clinical observation as part of her study. During her stay, she was fascinated by the broad scope that TCM can be implemented. 

Jiaoping is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as an Acupuncturist, Chinese Medicine Herbalist and Herbal Dispenser. Jiaoping also has a membership with the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

Outside of TCM, Jiaoping enjoys building Gundam models and offline games during for leisure. She advocates that a practitioner has to be in a healthy state in order to provide the best treatment to their clients, thus, she is proactive and conscious with her own physical and mental wellbeing, incorporating the TCM theories of life cultivation in her daily life, just as she recommends to her clients.

Cost of Service

As Liverpool Women's Health Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that relies on self-generated income and government funding to provide services, we charge an out-of-pocket fee for our complementary health services. These fees reflect the cost to provide a specialty service, and we constantly attempt to keep cost to clients as low as possible.

First Consultation: $100

Follow Up Consultations: $90


Private Health Insurance

The full cost of all treatments and products must be paid in advance or at the time of treatment. A receipt and tax invoice will be issued via email for your record-keeping and health fund rebate purposes.


We do not currently offer HICAPS point-of-sale health fund rebates. However most Health Funds have mobile apps that enable you to quickly and easily forward your receipts for rebates credited directly to your nominated bank account.

​If you are interested in accessing our acupuncture service, please complete the short form using the link below and a member of our team will contact you. 

The origins of acupuncture can be traced back over 2,000 years, making it one of the oldest health care systems in the world. Today, acupuncture supports the treatment of a wide number of conditions.


Liverpool Women’s Health Centre now offering evidence-based Traditional Chinese Medicine for reproductive health. This includes support for:

  • natural conception

  • pregnancy, 

  • and women’s health conditions (such as painful periods irregular cycles, PCOS and endometriosis)

Acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use, disposable needles into specific sites along the body’s energy pathways to clear energy blockages and encourage the normal flow of energy through the body.

Our acupuncturist is registered and accredited and uses needles which are sterile, single use and registered with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).

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