Welcoming Dr. Juliana C-Aiken to Cocoon Acupuncture


Welcoming Dr. Juliana C-Aiken to Cocoon Acupuncture


A very warm and heartfelt welcome to the beautiful Dr. Juliana C-Aiken, who will be joining us at Cocoon Acupuncture this June. How lucky we all are to have her to guide us with her extensive expertise in healthcare.


Dr Juliana C-Aiken is a positive, friendly, and multi- disciplined practitioner who practices Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine & Tuina. Her treatment philosophy is to balance the function of the internal organs, to improve her patients’ quality of life and enable them to return to health and everyday activities. She is knowledgeable in cancer treatment support, general emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia and infertility and women’s issues. Juliana also has a special interest in the management of acute and chronic body pain, cancer pain management, digestive issues, low immunity, cosmetic acupuncture, weight loss and quitting smoking.


​Juliana has studied both Chinese and western medicine degrees, completing her Bachelor of traditional Chinese medicine from Western Sydney University and Nanjing University, and a Master of Medicine in Science from the University of Sydney majoring in cancer and palliative care and Cancer science from the University of Melbourne. She gained her extensive clinical experience from the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, various nursing homes and non-profit organizations in Victoria and New South Wales, as well as completing her Chinese medicine internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in China. Alongside her clinical practice, Juliana has a keen interest in diet therapy for general wellbeing. Outside of medicine, she enjoys making dumplings and socializing at multicultural events.


If you’d like to make an appointment with Dr Juliana, please visit the bookings page above and choose our Traralgon Clinic.  She is available on weekends.

“The purpose of our lives is to be happy “
 -Dalai Lama

Dr. Cat Tyndall (TCM) graduated with a Masters of Applied Science (Acupuncture) from RMIT and holds a double degree in Nursing and Paramedicine. Together, these qualifications allow Cat to have an in depth understanding of the physiology of the body from both a Western perspective and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective. Cat brings a unique set of the skills and experiences to the clinic, having assisted the community during times of crisis in her role as a Paramedic over the last six years.