Working Time

Monday-Friday 9.00 – 18.00
Saturday 9.00 – 17.00
Sunday 10.00 – 17.00

Practitioners Timetable

Scott Zhao only works in Market Square Clinic, Simon Wu works in both Market Square and Sunnybank Plaza Clinic. All masseurs and female TCM practitioner only working in Sunnybank Plaza Clinic.


HRT Herbal Centre
Tel: 07 3344 5538
HRT Acupuncture & Massage Centre
Tel: 07 3344 2858
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For new clients, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and get more details about our services

Hong Ren Tang Australia Corporation Pty Ltd

Hong Ren Tang Australia Corporation Pty Ltd (HRT HEALTH) is one of the largest Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and services providers in Queensland.

Currently, Hong Ren Tang Australia has three branches: two clinics located in Sunnybank: HRT Herbal Centre and HRT Acupuncture & Massage Centre. Both focus on providing clients with professional herbal consultations and Acupuncture Treatment. HRT Acupuncture & Massage Centre also provides different types of Massage treatments through well experienced and qualified practitioners.

A New Branch- Coolibah Wellness Centre is scheduled to open at Gold Coast this year, which will not only offer TCM treatment, but also will provide health seminars, workshops and Chinese exercise programs led by TCM practitioner.


Reasons for you to Choose us

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which including Chinese herbs and Acupuncture , has been used for more than 2000 years.

  • We are result oriented
  • A highly qualified professional team is looking after you
  • National Registration
  • Some of our herbalist have over 30 years experience
  • Our staff speaks various languages-English, Mandarin, Cantonese,Japanese…
  • Our motto: Prevent-Treat-Restore-Maintain
  • We are Medibank Member’s Choice
  • We cover over 50 Private Health Insurances
  • GPs and Specialists recommend our services
  • We specialize in Masculoskeletal Disorders, Stress & Depression, Infertility…
  • HICAPS – Fast claims on the spot

Meet Our Practitioners

  • Acupuncture

    Jenny Wang

    25 years experience

    Master of Applied Science (Acupuncture)

    Full Member of AACMA

  • Herbal Consultation

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    Simon Wu

    10 years experience

    Master of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine)

    Full Member of CMASA

  • Remedial Massage

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    Kerod Fletcher

    10 years experience

    Diploma of Remedial Massage

    Full Member of ANTA

Health Blog

Acupuncture is effective for the prevention of nausea and vomiting caused by cisplatin based chemotherapy. Researchers at the Cangzhou Hospital of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine (Hebei, China) conducted a study comparing the effects of drug therapy as a standalone procedure with acupuncture combined with drug therapy. Based on the data, the researchers conclude that…

Researchers find acupuncture effective and safe for the treatment of intractable hiccups (IH). In a controlled clinical trial, a total of 60 patients were randomly divided into a treatment group and a control group. The treatment group received acupuncture therapy and the control group received antitussive, anesthetic, and glucocorticoid medications. The total effective rate of…

Researchers conclude that acupuncture reduces the risk of coronary heart disease in patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia. A massive sample size of over 158,420 patients with fibromyalgia were included in the study. A total of 81,843 patients received acupuncture treatments and 76,582 patients never received acupuncture. A total of 12,522 patients developed coronary heart disease during…

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis) researchers find acupuncture effective for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. In a meta-analysis of eight independent investigations, acupuncture had an 87% – 100% success rate for converting patients to a “normal sinus rhythm after acupuncture.” Based on the findings, the University of Minnesota researchers recommend additional studies, including those with long-term…

Acupuncture outperforms drug therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate female stress urinary incontinence (FSUI). Researchers from Weihai City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine conclude that electroacupuncture is effective for the control of FSUI. In the study, an electroacupuncture treatment group produced a positive patient outcome rate of 86.7%. The drug control group produced…

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