Acupuncturist, Tun Na, Cupping, Moxa


Dr. Sinclair (Acu) holds a Bachelor of Health Science Acupuncture and is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). He is also a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) which Is the largest professional association in Australia.



Graham continues to study and expand his knowledge with his sensei in the Japanese style of Acupuncture. It is a clinical based approach that comes directly from traditional and classical acupuncture texts. The Japanese style of needling involves very fine, thin and flexible needles compared to those used in Chinese Acupuncture, which is why Japanese Acupuncture is often described as being painless acupuncture as it is gentler and less invasive.



You can find Graham at our West End clinic on Wednesday’s and Friday’s.



Graham loves living in Brisbane but is always looking to get away hiking, sea kayaking or camping out in the middle of nowhere.


Two minutes with Graham…

Two things I can’t live without are:

Sunshine and Summer.

9am on a Sunday morning, and I am:

Optimistic answer: In a hammock on a tropical beach.

Realistic answer: In the kitchen cooking something spectacular for brunch.

My favorite training session is:

A nice 60km bike ride on a long straight flat road.

Tea or coffee:

Neither, but if you twist my arm it would be an Oolong or white leaf tea.

My last meal would be:

Fresh grilled fish, salad with extra crispy hot chips.

Two things I wish everyone in the world could know about Acupuncture is:

The first two questions everyone always asks. NO, it doesn’t hurt and NO, it’s not the same as dry needling. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years and while it’s not the magic bullet most people want it to be you should expect some change within 3 treatments.