Free Pain Checklist
Whether your pain is acute or chronic, it can seriously impact your quality of life. Everyday activities can become daunting tasks and cause further strain on your body. Our ‘Easy steps to help manage and recover from pain’ are a summary of a few tips to help manage your pain, or at least help to make the day more comfortable. Click on the button to access your free copy today!
Are you experiencing…
- Musculoskeletal injury
- Chronic Pain
- Back and neck pain
The TCM Difference
Our passion is to help our clients improve their quality of life on a day-to-day basis and live pain-free.
You can trust you can we will help – with clinical experience, traditional treatments within a modern medical framework
Individualised Pain Treatment
Specific treatments to meet your pain relief needs
Feel taken care of – process designed to create a calming, engaging, positive experience
How can we help
Pain albeit chronic or acute can diminish your quality of life and often becomes quite debilitating. Musculoskeletal injury, digestive irregularities or nerve pain are a few of the many causes of pain that we come across at the clinic.
Acute pain is usually the result of injury. Whether it be the sporting field, the garden or running to catch that train. None of us are immune from injury. Tennis elbow, ankle strain and lower back pain are all examples of acute pain. But remember there are other types as well. The sudden onset of digestive, period or nerve pain can also be very debilitating. It’s important to recognise when you are in pain, otherwise the risk of turning into a chronic problem increases.
Chronic pain on the other hand, can present in many different areas and with varying intensity. It is common for chronic pain to be the result a specific injury. Such as a lower back disc traumaor arthritis, causing debilitating back and sciatic pain.
The computer has a lot to blame for chronic pain developing in the neck and shoulders. This often promotes headaches and migraines. This type of postural pain can be both sharp or dull and severely impact our productivity and life quality
We can provide advice to your regular activity accordingly to allow the healing mechanisms in your body to kick in, whilst assisting in managing your pain.
Nick is a nationally registered practitioner (AHPRA) of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture, and an accredited member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese medicine Association (AACMA).
Nick has studied under Professor Zheng at the College of TCM in Melbourne, completed an internship program at the Hubei Chinese Medicine Hospital in Wuhan, China, and completed a Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of Western Sydney, focusing on chronic illness and women’s health.
Nick’s time in China was spent working within the Acupuncture Department and the Gastrointestinal and Respiratory Internal Medical Departments.
Nick has a keen interest in helping with the management of:
- Musculoskeletal injury
- Chronic pain e.g. back and neck pain
- Joint pain e.g. Arthritis, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis
- Period pains and hormonal cramping
Michelle is a registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist who practices with warmth and attention.
She completed her studies in Melbourne at the Southern School of Natural Therapies, and completed an internship at the Tzu Chi Hospital in Taipei.
In addition to formal studies, Michelle has undertaken multiple internships with a few of Australia’s leading TCM practitioners.
Michelle approaches healing from an integrative perspective, encouraging the body’s systems to heal itself, while also incorporating movement, meals and lifestyle habits into her treatment plans.
She holds special interest in helping patients with:
- Neurological disorders
- Sleep and mental health
- Musculoskeletal injuries & Chronic pain
- Women’s health
Liah is an Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner and Dispenser, and holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Southern School of Natural Therapies.
Liah believes the human body has the ability to regulate itself and acupuncture facilitates this natural healing process without serious side effects.
With a thorough understanding of Chinese herbs, Liah is capable of assessing and dispensing a wide array of medicines to offer individualised prescriptions.
Liah’s passions lie in:
- Immune health
- Mental health
- Pain management
- Digestive issues