Acupuncture has a rich history dating back thousands of years. Today, it is used widely around the world to alleviate pain, manage the symptoms of stress and bring balance to the body.

Here at Dynamic Acupuncture, we use acupuncture as both standalone and complementary therapy to treat a wide range of injuries and health issues. Our ACC accredited therapist bring a wealth of knowledge & experience.

Meet our Therapists at Dynamic Acupuncture

James Suh

Practice Manager
AcuNZ, BHSc (Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine)

Languages spoken: English and Korean

James graduated from the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine with a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and is registered with Acupuncture New Zealand. James has a strong interest in sports acupuncture and stress related conditions such as poor sleep, gastro-intestinal, anxiety and weight management. James has been involved with North Harbour Hockey for the past 2 years, treating and supporting athletes through their injuries and rehabilitation. James is passionate about helping people to maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle by integrating a holistic approach, identifying and treating the root cause of injuries and disorders.

James is available at both Mairangi Bay and Long Bay clinics.

Tom (Jinglin) Wang

AcuNZ, BCM, MCM (Clinical Medicine)

Languages spoken: English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Tom (Jinglin) graduated from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine in 2013 completing both his Bachelors and Masters degree and is also currently undertaking his PhD. He has previously worked in large hospitals in China and has since worked in NZ for the past 5 years in both clinic and private practice treating a wide range of acute and chronic muskuloskeletal injures and internal disorders such as allergies, mental health and digestive issues.
Tom is very passionate in helping patients get back to their every day activities whilst spreading the strong health and therapeutic benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Tom is available at Long Bay clinic.


Acupuncture supports your body’s natural ability to heal, which means it can be used to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions. Acupuncture can help with:

  • Musculoskeletal injuries, including injuries of the neck, shoulder, lower back, knee and ankle
  • Digestive issues
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Weight Management
  • Headache
  • Anxiety
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Morning sickness & other pregnancy related symptoms
  • High and low blood pressure


Before treatment, we’ll have a chat with you about your symptoms, level of pain and lifestyle factors that might be contributing to the issue.

During the procedure, you’ll lie down on a clean, comfortable, padded table. We’ll talk you through the specific areas of the body we’re going to focus on and where we’re going to position the needles. Usually, the needles are inserted around the area of pain, but sometimes the acupuncture points are located elsewhere on your body.

Understandably, many patients are concerned about pain. You can rest assured that acupuncture is not considered painful – in fact, in many cases, you won’t even notice the needles going in!

The needles usually remain in place for 10-20 minutes. During this time, we may gently manipulate the needles to maximise the healing effect. Over the course of the treatment, you’ll feel your body unwinding and relaxing. Once we remove the needles, you’ll leave feeling refreshed, energised and ready to take on the world!

You’ll leave feeling refreshed, energised and ready to take on the world!