Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is commonly used for women's health conditions, painful conditions, digestive problems, allergies, autoimmune disorders, and persistent fatigue. Acupuncture involves fine needles being inserted into the skin at specific points on the body, and may be used in conjunction with TCM.
Meet Emma, a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine with over 16 years of experience. Emma has a diverse background, having worked in private practice, and having experience teaching medical staff about the benefits of Chinese medicine in integrated cancer care. In 2020, Emma was awarded the NICM HRI Blackmores scholarship for integrative medicine to pursue her PhD research at Western Sydney University, investigating electro acupuncture for nerve regeneration for men after prostate cancer surgery.
Emma is also an Acupuncturist at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse hospital in Sydney. Visit Emma’s profile to learn more.
Meet Margaret, a registered Chinese medicine practitioner with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia who has over twenty years clinical experience. She was a senior clinician working with people with cancer at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing, where she also engaged in clinical research and molecular biology. Margaret was a volunteer clinician in a medical team in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, where she worked with cancer patients. She also worked on the front line in the fight against SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndromes) in 2003 in Beijing.
Currently she is a clinical supervisor at Western Sydney University and University of Technology Sydney. Visit Margaret's profile to learn more.
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