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Dr Alexandra Bacon (TCM)

Dr Alexandra Bacon

Acupuncturist & Chinese Medicine Practitioner


Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) with Clinical Internship - RMIT university, graduating 2022 top of the undergraduate class

AHPRA registered health professional

Proud member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA)


I'm Alex, a local Mildura acupuncturist and Chinese medicine practitioner with a passion for helping people feel better. I aim to provide effective and holistic healthcare options to those in rural and remote communities. I have always been fascinated by the body and mind, and love the way Chinese medicine views and addresses both. I like to practice integrating different modalities, so this will often include analysing your blood test results to complement a Chinese medicine diagnosis, and referring to other health practitioners if necessary.


With clinical experience in a wide range of areas, I have a particular interest in Emotional wellbeing & Mental health, all things Women's health, Headaches/Migraines, Digestive issues and Skin conditions. I have also undertaken further training in fertility + IVF through the Kirsten Wolfe Academy, and am passionate about helping people conceive and have healthy pregnancies. I enjoy learning, having further studied Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture with Dr Vivian Tam and Acne/Rosacea with Dr Irene Prantalos.


I hope to meet you soon,



P.S.  I am a bit of an instagram fanatic so if you want

to keep up to date that would be the best way to do it

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About the Medicine

What is Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture?

Chinese medicine is a traditional medicine based on thousands of years of experience and practice. It views the body and mind as a complete interconnected whole. Traditionally the body was viewed as having several channel pathways that conduct energy and blood flow through the body and organs. These pathways are the basis of acupuncture theory, with specific sites along those channels that essentially give the body instructions on where to direct its focus. Chinese Herbal Medicine works with a similar concept, however it uses plant parts in combination which have certain properties to achieve therapeutic effects. Chinese medicine is big on prevention and nourishing life ('yang shen') so it includes providing appropriate dietary and lifestyle advice to support the body & mind back to its balanced state.

Fire Cupping. Mildura Acupuncture

Frequently Asked Questions

How does acupuncture work?

In TCM, there are several channels in the body that regulate energy flow throughout the organs and areas of the body. When we use acupuncture, we are tapping into this ‘channel’ and giving the body directions on where to direct its energy. From a biomedical perspective, acupuncture stimulates the peripheral nervous system which sends messages to the brain to have a range of functions depending on the specific point that was stimulated. This can vary from stimulating certain brain areas, modulating the body’s pain pathways and increasing blood circulation. As the brain and structures within it control the functions of the body such as the production/release of hormones and neurotransmitters, this acu-point stimulation influences how the body functions. It often has a modulatory effect, regulating and bringing the body back to its homeostasis. Regulating adequate blood circulation is important to bring nutrients and oxygen to the different parts of the body to therefore help healing to occur.

Private Health Insurance

I am registered with most Private Health Funds, including Mildura Health Fund, ARHG, Medibank, BUPA & AHM. You are eligible to a rebate if your ancillaries cover acupuncture. I don't have a HICAPS machine, however you can claim through your invoice.

Contact me if needed ☺️

Get in touch

Feel welcome to get in touch if you have any other questions

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