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About Clinic

About Clinic

The SITCM Teaching Clinic has been established since 1984 to serve the public in the community and provide a facility for student to practice.

The clinic is supervised by highly qualified Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners who are registered with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia and practicing in TCM profession for more than 10 years. Our Supervisors brings with them rich experience in treating various disorders with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

The student practitioners are senior students who have acquired a broad and coherent body of Chinese medicine knowledge and skills and apply them into clinical experience. They practice under the supervisors and are assisted by junior students. The clinic is available from Monday to Sunday from 9am to 6.30pm. It provides a wide range of holistic and alternative health services to the public, which include Chinese Medicine (CM) consultation, Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine therapy, Chinese herbal dispensary, remedial message, cupping, scraping treatment, etc.

During the CM consultation, the student practitioner in charge will enquire about your chief complaints, present symptoms and health history, followed by an examination including pulse and tongue examination. The information will be discussed with the supervisor to make Chinese medicine diagnosis and develop a treatment plan for you. The treatment plain and prognosis will be discussed with you and healthy lifestyle and diet fitted to your condition will be provided to you. The senior students will treat you with acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine or other manual therapies. Initial consultation and treatment will take approximately 90 minutes. The follow up treatment takes roughly 60 minutes.

Patients from all age groups with a variety of health problems are welcome to attend. Problems for which you can seek assistance include:

  • Pain relief: headaches, Migraine, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, ankle or foot pain, injury, and arthritis.
  • General health problems: stress, fatigue, depression, anxiety, gastrointestinal and digestive disturbances, respiratory problems, skin problems, allergies, weight loss and support care for cancer patients.
  • Women’s problems: Infertility, IVF support,PCOS, endometriosis, menopause, PMS, induction of labor, breach presentation, etc.

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Last Updated: 2019-07-21