Providing a full range of contemporary acupuncture and Chinese Medicine services
Ringwood Modern Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic
Ringwood Modern Chinese Medicine Clinic, you are assured of outstanding health service from our service providers who are highly committed professionally. We are available right here in the community to help our patients.
M. Modern Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic is one of the well-established Chinese Medicine clinics in Victoria, Australia. The clinic has been providing a full range of Chinese Medicine services since 1994. In the Ringwood area, the clinic has been operating since 1998, and is the first and long-standing Chinese Medicine clinic in Ringwood.
In Australia, the most popular forms of Chinese Medicine health care are acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Generally speaking, Chinese Medicine is not just an unconventional form of primary care, it can also provide secondary highly effective health care for some health conditions and diseases.
Examples of modalities used in the clinical practice:
- Classical acupuncture and Moxibustion for some health conditions including some chronic conditions;
- Electroacupuncture, electrode acupuncture, magnetic acupuncture and laser acupuncture: a physical medicine for a wider range of conditions and diseases;
- Chinese herbal medicine: in the form of tablets, cream, granulated herbs and raw herbal decoctions for a broader range of health conditions;
- Chinese manipulative therapy (Tuina): a gentle, unique hands-on manipulative technique for some muscular conditions.
The personal biography of our chief consultant:
Edwin Yong Miao graduated from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine in 1984. He was first employed as an assistant research clinician for Tuina research. A year later he began working as a trainee radiologist at the five hundred bed Yue Yang Hospital, affiliated with the Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine. He was then employed as a senior radiologist in the radiology department of Yue Yang Hospital. Major duties included supervision of trainee radiologists and junior radiologists, along with teaching duties, which included teaching Chinese medicine students from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine.
After a few years as senior radiologist, Edwin decided to move back to practising acupuncture and Chinese medicine in a public funded Chinese medicine centre in Shanghai.
Upon migrating to Australia, Edwin began a Chinese medicine and acupuncture practice.
Since 2007, several peer-reviewed clinical research papers were authored and published. All publications are indexed in PubMed/Medline, Embase and Scopus. Recognition has been established by being a listee (subject of biographical record) in Marquis Who's Who.
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