Jenny Kwon Chinese Medicine Clinic
Jenny Kwon Chinese Medicine Clinic - Chinese Diet Therapy
What Is Chinese Diet Therapy?
This form of therapy dates back from the 11th to the 18th century BC and is seen as a sub-group of Chinese herbal medicine. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, diet and nutrition play a very important role in maintaining health and preventing disease.
As every piece of food that we eat has individual therapeutic properties, the foods that we choose to consume will have an effect on our health and overall wellbeing. By looking after your diet an individual can not only maintain their health, but also treat their illness.
Why Should You Try This Form Of Chinese Medicine?
This form of diet therapy is used to correct imbalances in the body, allowing the individual to stay healthy and illness free. According to Chinese medicine, improper meals and an unbalanced diet can be one of the major causes of illness. Due to this a nutritional plan will be created by our practitioner, in order to give your body the nutrients and balance that it needs to function at its best.
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Who Can Benefit From Chinese Diet Therapy?
People of all ages can benefit from this form of Chinese Medicine. No matter your age, current physical condition or past experience with Traditional Chinese Medicine, this therapy is sure to get your health and wellbeing back on track. With sessions being tailored to your specific needs and treatments, why wouldn't you give Dr Jenny a call today to discover the benefits that Chinese Diet Therapy can bring to your health and wellbeing.
Call Dr Jenny on 0404 807 583 to organise your next Chinese Medicine treatment.
Initial consultation - $85
Return consultation - $70
Short consultation (herbs only) - $50
NOTE: Prices of the Chinese Herbs vary depending on what is prescribed
B.App.Sc. Chinese medicine (RMIT)
B.App.Sc Human Biology (RMIT)
Clinical internship (Provincial hospital of Nanjing, China)
Registered with Australian Health practitioner registration agency (AHPRA)
Member of Australian Acupuncture & Chinese medicine Association (AACMA)