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Complementary and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Ineke Lam

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Our main focus is to support the individual back to their optimum level of health.

Ineke Lam TCM @ Darling Corner


Ineke utilises knowledge from past and present to bring the ultimate in alternative health care to Melbourne's South Eastern suburbs.

Your treatments are performed in a safe and relaxed space located within Darling Corner Osteopathy clinic. Ineke takes the time to understand the needs and requirements of each individual providing a high level of care.

Ineke is registered with the Chinese Medicine Registration Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association.
Still have a question? Email us to request a pamphlet on What to expect from a Chinese Medicine Treatment.

Our Services Include:

    • Acupuncture


    • Electro acupuncture


    • Chinese Herbal Medicine (pills, capsules or granule form)


What is Chinese Medicine?

Chinese Medicine is a system that has been practiced by many for over 2000 years. Its main philosophy is to find the balance within your body and with the environment.

Chinese Medicine Practitioners aim to find the cause of the disease in order to treat the presenting condition. They base their diagnosis on the Chinese Medicine principles that include 5 important organ systems within the body and the yin and yang concept. The five organ systems incorporate digestion, nutrition, circulation within the body (including nervous, blood and breathing), emotional and mental state. All five organ systems are connected and can influence how the other systems function. Should one or more of these systems be damaged in some way either by diet, stress, environmental factors or trauma etc. then disease may occur.

In addition to the five organ system Chinese Medicine practitioners use the Yin and Yang concept when diagnosing. These are two elements within the body and surrounding environment that can influence how the other one operates. If a person should have too much or too little of one (either yin or yang) then disease may occur.

Practitioners aim to re adjust the body to its optimal physical state using methods such as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. In some cases additional techniques called Moxibustion (warming technique) and cupping (suction technique) may be used. In addition to this diet and lifestyle changes may be recommended.

What can Chinese Medicine assist with?

Chinese Medicine has been effective in assisting with the treatment of a variety of conditions including:

    • Musculoskeletal injuries


    • Skin conditions


    • Gynecological Conditions


    • Fertility issues


    • Mood disorders (eg. anxiety, stress)


    • Gastrointestinal conditions (eg. Irritable bowel syndrome)


    • Headaches and Migraines


    • Sinusitis and Hay fever


Ineke's Availabilities
      Thursday 9.00am-1.00pm
      Fridays 5.30pm-8.30pm

Consultation Fees

      Acupuncture Consultation Fees:

      Initial Consultation: $110.00
      Standard Consultation: $95.00
            Student/ Pension: $85.00

Chinese herbal medicine consultation fees

      Initial Consultation: $85.00
            Standard Consultation: $65.00
NB: Herbal medication is at an additional cost

Private health insurance rebates available for those with ancillary cover.
Practitioner is member AACMA 


Our Practitioners

Ineke Lam (B.Sci, B. App Sci (Chinese Medicine and Human Biology)

Ineke has a background in Microbiology and personal care assistance with a sound family background in Chinese Medicine.

Ineke is passionate about the benefits of Chinese Medicine for improving your level of health. She is proud to offer an alternative to conventional medicine to the local community.

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Qualification details

BSci, BHSci with honors (Chinese Medicine and Human Biology)

See Also...

Complementary and Traditional Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture

Chinese Medicine Theory believes that when certain points are triggered with acupuncture, it encourages the body to function more efficiently overtime.

Complementary and Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic - Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbs play a very important role in Chinese Medicine and can supplement any other treatment you may receive or can be used as a stand-alone treatment.

Complementary and Traditional Chinese Medicine - Cupping

Cupping is another technique that may be applied. It is useful to help release muscular tension in the body.

FAQs & What to Expect from a treatment

Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture focuses supporting the individual back to health, by encouraging the body to help itself.

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