How Chinese medicine views menopause

What is the Chinese medicine perspective of menopause and how does it diagnose and treat menopause symptoms? Menopause may receive a lot of negative attention, but it is a natural part of a woman’s life. It signals the permanent completion of menstruation (periods) and the end of a woman’s ability to reproduce. Menopause usually occurs between […]

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Christmas Greetings & Annual Report 2016

Dear valued clients and friends, I wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. All of our team have worked very hard throughout the year and I am proud of their achievements. Over the past 12 months (from 1 Dec to 30 Nov) we have successfully helped over 180 families to […]

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What is a healthy bowel movement and why is it important?

Many people nowadays pay a lot of attention to the quality of the food that enters their body, but paying attention to how your food leaves your body is equally as important. Bowel diseases are becoming more and more common such as constipation, haemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, polyps and bowel cancer. […]

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How to keep your body cool and balanced in summer?

It is very helpful to know how hot and dry weather affects your body, so that you can recognise symptoms of overheating and keep your body balanced in summer. Especially in Western Australia, summers are hot, dry and windy with very little rain. The following organs and symptoms are most commonly affected by the hot summer weather. Which internal organs […]

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Watermelon and urinary tract infections

Watermelon is traditionally a summer fruit that is sweet, juicy and cooling in nature. I remember from my childhood that the local Beijingers would eat watermelon nearly every day to keep their bodies cool and in balance throughout the summer. Traditional Chinese medicine diet therapy recommends watermelon to relieve thirst and cool the body in […]

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Keep warm in spring to protect yourself from neck and joint pain

This article introduces an ancient traditional Chinese medicine quote to protect yourself from joint pains in springtime. “Cover up in spring because the spring cold easily affects the bones and joints.” The nature of spring weather Spring is regarded as the season of new growth and change, but it is also a very unstable season during which […]

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Clinic News: Ping Ming Health at GPCE Melbourne 2015 Conference

Making history for the Chinese medicine profession, Ping Ming Health has become the first Chinese medicine clinic ever to exhibit at an Australian general practice conference. On 13-15 November 2015, Ping Ming Health successfully exhibited at the GPCE Melbourne Conference held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The General Practitioner Conference & Exhibition (GPCE) is widely […]

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Clinic News: Student Seminar at China Capital Medical University

In October 2015, Ping Ming Health clinic director Ping Wang gave a seminar to traditional Chinese medicine students at China Capital Medical University (CCMU) in Beijing, China. Ping introduced the history and development of Chinese medicine in Australia over the past 150 years. She also shared her extensive experience of practicing and teaching Chinese medicine, […]

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