A Sensible and Sensitive Complementary Medical Approach may be able to help with Male and Female Infertility.


Newtown Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Centre for Reproductive Wellness, a focal point for natural fertility treatment in Sydney, Australia, is directed by Bill Zhang, Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, and Doctor of TCM. The Newtown Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Centre can help with treating reproductive disorders with acupuncture, natural fertility medicine, nutrition, and fertility massage.


We take a comprehensive approach to increasing your fertile wellness with natural fertility. We even use natural fertility drugs (herbal medicine) to help with endometriosis, PCOS, high FSH, low sperm count, sperm DNA fragmentation, low ovarian reserve and even advanced maternal age.


The Newtown Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Centre may be able to help you. Our approach is straightforward : first we help you to achieve greater overall health, then we focus on greatly enhancing your reproductive function.


At The Newtown Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Centre for Reproductive Wellness you will be treated with kindness, warmth and compassion. We are a people-oriented healthcare center located in the heart of Newtown; not a factory!

Chinese medicine for infertility Dialectical treatment is divided into five types:

  • Kidney yang deficiency type:prescription:yulinzhu
  • Kidney yin deficiency type: prescription:yujingzhongyutang
  • Live Qi stagnation type: prescription:KaiYuzhongYutang
  • Blood stasis type: prescription: shaofuzhuYutang
  • Phlegm and dampness resistance type: prescription: Cangfudaotanwan

Newtown Acupuncture & Chinese Medcine Centre may be able to help male and female infertility and help morning sickness, baby in breach position, labour induction, night time urination.

What is infertility?


For a fertile couple in their twenties having regular unprotected sex, the chance of conceiving each month is only 25 per cent. So how do you know when something's amiss ?

The answer depends on how old you are. While the man's age is thought to play a role, the medical definition of infertility focuses on the woman. A woman under 35 is considered infertile if she fails to become pregnant after 12 months of regular unprotected sex. But for those over 35, the threshold is six months instead of 12.

There are degrees of infertility. The majority of infertile couples are actually sub fertile _ they produce eggs and sperm but have difficulty conceiving due to disorders such as hormone imbalances and problems of the reproductive tract. Cases of total infertility _ where no eggs or sperm are produced _ are rare.

Infertility statistics

  • One in six couples is infertile. In 40 per cent of cases the problem rests with the male, in 40 per cent with the female, ten per cent with both partners, and in a further ten per cent of cases, the cause is unknown.
  • One in 25 males has a low sperm count and one in 35 is sterile.
  • For healthy couples in their twenties having regular unprotected sex, the chance of becoming pregnant each month is 25 per cent.
  • The chance of conceiving in an IVF cycle is on average around 20 per cent (but varies due to individual circumstances).
  • More than one per cent of births in Australia involve the use of assisted reproductive technologies.


Clinic Address: 15 Gowrie St Newtown NSW 2042
E-mail : TCMDr.bill@hotmail.com
Telephone (02) 8084 0234 / 0416 453 948/ 0401 765 872