Dr Andrew Romano

About Andrew

Evolution Medical Care’s director and most experienced Chinese medicine practitioner. He is a renowned therapist, previous university lecturer and mentor of students of Chinese medicine. Andrew works with clients with various health complaints, including:

  • headaches
  • jaw pain
  • neck pain
  • back pain
  • limb pain
  • anxiety and depression
  • addictions
  • hormonal disturbances affecting reproductive health

He has a keen interest in helping clients find solutions to ongoing health complaints.

Andrew understands how debilitating health complaints can be; how they can distract us from our meaningful relationships and key goals in life and decrease quality of life. He believes that we should all be able to achieve health in all aspects of life, sometimes it merely takes some innovative thinking to get to where we want to be.

Andrew has a thorough understanding of how health complaints develop and innovative treatments to counteract them.

What separates him from other health professionals is that he applies fundamental diagnostic techniques to fully understand not just the symptoms, but the underlying syndrome that is causing them. He prides himself on being able to achieve positive health outcomes for clients with previously treatment-resistant conditions.

Andrew assists a range of clients from various backgrounds, including professional and recreational sporting, physical labour roles, administrative and management roles and other professional services requiring high levels of decision making.

He works in private and Workers Compensation/Compulsory Third Party cases.

Articles by Andrew

Powerful techniques to destress for good

Treatments

Powerful Techniques To Destress For Good

Destress with Acupuncture What is stress? Stress is the body’s reaction to change that involves an adjustment or response. The body can react to these changes with physical, mental, or emotional responses. Facing stress is part of life. It triggers off the ‘fight or flight’ response which forces the body to act either way. Good … Continued