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Dr. Cao's Chinese Medicine Clinic

Hua Cao

3/679 High St
Thornbury VIC 3071

Servicing area: , Victoria

Dr. Cao's Chinese Medicine Clinic



Dr. Hua Cao has obtained her medicine degree from Beijing Medical University

Dr. Cao's Chinese Medicine Clinic



  • Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Acupunture
  • Face Rejuvenating Massage
  • Chinese Tui Na massage
  • Counseling
  • Dietary Advice

    The practitioner


    Dr. Hua Cao has obtained her medicine degree from Beijing Medical University (now the medical school of Peking University). In 1987, she was offered a scholarship and came to Australia to pursue her PhD in psychiatry. For personal interest, she studied Chinese Medicine at RMIT university graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Sciences. At the end of her studies, she was awarded an RMIT Institute Award for academic excellence and leadership potential. Dr. Cao is a current lecture at the Southern School of Natural Therapies in Melbourne.

    Fees


  • 1st consultation - $90

  • 2nd and Further consultations - $60

  • 1 week herbal medicine - $5-$40

  • Acupuncture only - $60
    (incl. needless acupuncture)

  • Foot Reflexology 15mins - $30
    (incl. foot and legs) 30mins $50
    60mins $90

  • Face rejuvenating massage 20-25mins - $35
    (incl. face, neck, shoulder, arms & hands)

  • Full body Tui Na massage 30 minutes - $60
    (applied by associate practitioner)
  • Counselling
    Depends on each counsellor
    Counselling in Mandarin - $75/hr

    10% discount available to concession cardholder

    Opening Hours


    Mon to Fri.: 9:30am-5:30pm
    Sun. & after hours: by appointment

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    What is Chinese Medicine?


    Chinese medicine is a complete medical system that has diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness for over twenty-five centuries. While it can remedy ailments and alter states of mind, Chinese medicine also enhances recuperative power, immunity, and the capacity for pleasure, work, and creativity.
    The art of traditional Chinese medicine is to particularize the imbalance accurately so that it can be corrected quite specifically. The patient is then treated by using herbs, specific acupuncture points on the body, or the ear, in order to re-balance the body. This broad system of traditional medicine applies to all aspects of health problems.

    Chinese medicine also emphasises on the prevention of illnesses as much as it does on treatment. This is very early in the history of medicine.

    Acupuncture


    Acupuncture has been used for a range of purposes from prevention and treatment of diseases. Acupuncture has been the main health care practice in China for the last 3000 years. It is the practice of inserting very fine needles into the skin to stimulate specific points in the body (called acupoints) for therapeutic purposes. Heat, pressure, friction, suction, or impulses of electromagnetic energy may also be used to stimulate the points. These stimulations are to balance the movement of Qi in the body to maintain health.

    Foot Reflexology


    Foot Reflexology is an ancient form of "pressure treatment". It involves applying focused pressure to known "reflex" points located in the foot, which correspond to certain areas in the body. The benefits from receiving a reflexology treatment include increased circulation,relaxation, and release of tension.

    Chinese Tui Na Massage


    Like the conventional western massage, Tui Na involves techniques such as gliding, kneading, pulling and shaking. Despite the similarities, Tui Na is intended to be more therapeutic than relaxation. It mainly focuses on the treatment of chronic pain associated with the muscles, joints and skeletal system and is especially effective for muscular pain. Tui Na also affects the flow of energy by holding and pressing the body at acupressure points.

    Face Rejuvenating Massage


    Have you ever looked at the acupuncture points’ chart? You will be amazed by how many meridians and acupoints existing on your face. Massaging these points regularly can increase local blood circulation and supply and activate meridians, achieving rejuvenating and health-keeping effects.

    Food advice


    Chinese Medicine considers the affect of food when making diagnosis and treatment. You will find that the practitioner usually asks information about your diet and combines dietary advice with treatment.

    Other Dr. Cao's website: www.drcaoschinesemedicine.com.au

Qualification Details

B Med. (Peking Uni), B App Sc (Chinese Medicine), PhD, Dip. Prof. Counselling

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