Clinic update as of  07/08/20

Stage 4 restrictions are in place.

Chinese Medicine is classified as Allied Health. As per the direction from the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, we have closed our doors.  In line the with direction we will:

  • Continue to offer online and telephone herbal consultations
  • Only see clients where they are in urgent need of care and would otherwise present at a hospital emergency department. An example of where this may be applicable is to manage acute pain.

Please contact us if you have questions or need any help.

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