Traditional Chinese Medicine Courses

Traditional Chinese Medicine Courses (Australia)

Endeavour College of Natural Health

Study the highest degree of Natural Health. Endeavour College of Natural Health is a direct entry College with no ATAR requirements. You can apply to...

Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine

SITCM offers an accredited Bachelor in Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Sydney CBD. Our teachers are highly experienced practitioners and our convenient timetable...

College of Complementary Medicine

The 10708NAT Advanced Diploma of Integrative Complementary Medicine preeminent course enables you to combine key aspects of nutrition and Chinese Medicine...

Health and Harmony Colleges

Learn Feng Shui (Traditional) Online for only $645Affordable and Non-Government Accredited Trainingwith Easy Payment Plans to suit your needs.

Health and Harmony Colleges

Learn Qi Gong (Chi King) Online for only $495Affordable and Non-Government Accredited Trainingto suit your needs.

FAQs About Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Courses

Does traditional Chinese medicine really work?

Yes, TCM can effectively address a wide range of health conditions. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), of all the branches of TCM, acupuncture happens to be the most popular. Several studies have also shown the efficacy of Chinese herbal medicine, which employs plant-derived chemical compounds to restore balance to the body and support its natural healing abilities.

Is a doctor of Oriental medicine a real doctor?

Yes, a doctor of Oriental medicine is no different from a medical doctor, except that they are trained on how to use medicinal plants, acupuncture, acupressure and other holistic methods for the treatment and prevention of disease.

Is acupuncture a medical treatment?

Acupuncture is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine, which involves the insertion of very fine needles through your skin to stimulate the energy channels in the body and facilitate healing. It is commonly used to treat pain, and it may complement standard medical treatments if recommended by the patient's primary healthcare provider.

Is Acupuncture good for depression?

Yes, research has shown that acupuncture can help alleviate the symptoms of depression. Using it alongside other natural and conventional treatments speeds up the patient's recovery.

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