Bayside Chinese Medicine
Welcome to Bayside Chinese Medicine
Welcome to my website! I hope that this can help to bring a healthy change into your life.
There have been exciting changes over the Christmas holidays and Bayside Chinese Medicine has now moved to new and serene premises at 16a Grice Avenue Mt. Eliza. This site has a very relaxing and ambient feel which will benefit all who visit, even before they have a treatment.
By using highly tested, quality, TGA approved Chinese herbs and acupuncture Bayside Chinese medicine treats many syndromes such as chronic fatigue, dizziness, infertility, fibromyalgia, stiff neck, sinusitis, sciatica, frozen shoulder, depression and anxiety, digestion problems and headaches.
There is now substantial research on the effectiveness of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. This ancient 5000 + years old medicine can interrelate with your current health regime, teaching you how to become healthier and stay that way. People often turn to complimentary medicine as a last resort, when instead it can also be used as a preventative medicine or at the early stages of symptom manifestation before more serious conditions can develop.
My intention is to help you to heal and understand how to increase and maintain vitality and balance after your initial symptoms are relieved. Unlike other more common forms of medicine, Chinese medicine strengthens the mind, body and spirit without harming the person. It is a complete form of healing that works on many levels, from the simplest cold to the most chronic and complicated diseases. In China, the hospitals incorporate and integrate Western and Chinese medicine for the improved health of the patient. In Philadelphia Children’s hospital in America, they are now offering acupuncture treatments instead of just opioids for pain relief and and other conditions.
And in Australia, you have this wonderful medicine at your fingertips to use. We are the first country in the world to have totally registered practitioners, so that carrying the title of Acupuncturist, TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) practitioner or Chinese Herbalist are protected titles, that indicate many years of study and over 1500 supervised clinical practice hours before a student can start to work in their own clinic. The studies often include Tai Qi or Qi Gong, as the practitioner is expected to come from a place of good health and harmony in order to help their patients effectively.