Practitioner

Practitioner

The director, Mr. Zhixing Wu (pronounced Woo), is a highly qualified practitioner registered with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia(Registration NO: CMR0001728717), you can check at www.chinesemedicineboard.gov.au . By the Australian Law any chinese Medicine Practitioner should register with CMBA then can practice in Australia since 01/07/2012.

Mr. Wu has more than twenty years clinical experience as a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine.Before arriving in Australia 2004, he had been a principal Attending Doctor in Hangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for 16 years.

And is now a registered Doctor in China and a full practicing member of Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA), Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia Ltd.(FCMA) and Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS).

By taking the time to properly diagnose ailments and prepare an effective treatment, he has helped many people to recover from a wide variety of painful and imbalanced conditions. He has established himself as a highly regarded specialist with a proven track record in treating such conditions as stiff neck and back pain, sciatic nerve pain, insomnia, depression and stress, migraine, tennis elbow, arthritis, hay fever, sinusitis and chronic fatigue, as well as skin problems such as psoriasis and eczema. His findings have been published in 16 articles in different medicine journals.

Qualifications 
Registraion Number: CMR0001728717.
Registraion with Chinese Medicine Board of Australia(CMBA).
 
Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Zhejiang, China) Registraion Number with
Diploma of Acupuncture & Tuina Massage (Zhejiang, China)
  •  Restore harmony 
  •  Maintain balance
  •  Acupuncture- Chinese Herbal Medicine- Chinese Massage Therapy 

At the Chinese Therapy Centre we believe that good health can be achieved by restoring harmony and maintaining balance within the body. We use safe and effective therapies based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

TCM is comprehensive system of health care that has been practiced in China for thousands of years. Our treatments include: 
  • Acupuncture 
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine 
  • Chinese Massage (Tuina) 
  • Relaxation massage 
  • Deep tissue massage 
  • Foot Reflexology 
  • Moxibustion 
  • Cupping 
  • Dietary and lifestyle advice
Published Articles

1. Treatment of 45 cases on the Cervical Vertigo with herbal medicine

Chinese Journal of Traditional and Western Medicine     

Volume 4, Number 18, September 2003: 2717-2718.


2. Clinical observation of the therapeutic effect of massage manipulation combined with herbal medicine in the Cervical Vertigo               

Chinese Journal of Current Traditional and Western Medicine  

Volume 2, Number 3, March 2004: 204-206


3. Treatment of 30 cases on acute sprain of Wrist Joint with combining stimulation treatment with massage 

Chinese General Practice                               

Volume 5, Number 10, October 2002: 834


4. Treatment of Vertigo due to Cervical Vertebrae Dysfunction with combining manipulation with massage

Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation                 

Volume 6, Number 22, November 2002: 3404-3405


5. Analysis of therapeutic effect of treatment of chronic Knee Sgnovitis with combining massage with herbal medicine application 

Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation                  

Volume 6, Number 8, April 2002: 1181


6. The observation of 42 cases on the effects of Functional Diarrhoea with massage

Journal of Practical Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM)    

Volume 18, Number 3, March 2002: 35


7. The clinical observation of combining massage with foot reflexology on Protrusion of Cervical Intervertebral Disc

Chinese Manipulation & QIGONG Therapy                 

Volume 16, Number 2, Aprial 2000: 13


8. Treatment of acute upper-back Pain with massage and movement cupping therapy 

Journal of Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine                       

Volume 22, Number 6, December 1998: 42


 

9. Treatment of 67 cases on Protrusion of Cervical Intervertebral Disc with combining foot reflexology with massage

Journal of Practical Traditional Chinese Medicine 

Volume 16, Number 1, January 2000: 36


10. The observation of therapeutic effect of treatment of 33 cases on Constipation with foot reflexology

Chinese Manipulation & QIGONG Therapy                  

Number 6, December 1996: 12-14


11. The preparation and clinical practice of HUOXUEYUJI cream

Journal of Modern Applied Pharmacy                      

Volume 13, Number 6, December 1996: 48-49


12. Treatment of 41 cases on acute Sprain of Ankle Joint with combining stimulation treatment with massage

Journal of Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine                       

Volume 20, Number 5, October 1996: 42-43


13. The observation of therapeutic effects of treatment of 38 cases of Insomnia with foot reflexology

Journal of China Reflexology                            

Number 1, February 1996: 21-23


14. Treatment of 28 cases on women’s Hypermenorrhea with foot reflexology

Journal of China Reflexology                            

Number 3, 1995: 24-25


15. Understanding of treatment of 10 cases on stopping women’s Menalgia with foot reflexology

Journal of China Reflexology                             

Number 2, 1995: 24


16. The observation of therapeutic effects of treatment of 35 cases on Insomnia with foot reflexology

Chinese Manipulation & QIGONG Therapy                  

Number 1, February 1996:22-23