Furthermore, each of our Chinese medicine practitioners have been personally trained by Dr Ping Wang to her high standards and continue to receive ongoing professional development and mentoring.
We believe teamwork is essential for providing the best possible care and treatment outcomes for each of our clients. No matter which Ping Ming Health clinic you visit, you’ll find that all of our staff work together as one team for your health.
Dr Ping Wang is the founder of Ping Ming Health with over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience. She studied and lectured at the Capital Medical University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, and practiced at the Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Experienced with a wide range of common and difficult health issues, Ping and her team also help hundreds of couples with setting up their families each year.
Ping shares her care, respect and love for her clients and profession through her ongoing mentoring of our team of practitioners and Chinese medicine students. She is an external supervisor of Chinese medicine students from RMIT University. Ping is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia (FCMA).
Practicing with compassion, patience and attention to detail, Dr Jinnan Cai is passionate about the potential of traditional Chinese medicine to provide effective and natural health care that complements both western medicine and our modern lifestyles.
Jinnan is experienced with a wide range of health problems commonly helped by Chinese medicine from headaches and migraines to hay fever, from low back pain and knee osteoarthritis to cancer treatment support. He also has a special interest in the management of postoperative and chronic nerve pain. Jinnan readily takes up the challenge of helping people with complex physical and emotional symptoms of long-term injuries, stress and pain conditions by helping to identify and treat the underlying causes using Chinese medicine diagnosis.
Jinnan holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology with first class honours from RMIT University. He graduated with a perfect GPA and completed his clinical internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM, a major tertiary hospital in Nanjing, China. Outside of medicine, Jinnan loves to travel and learn from people of different cultures and ways of life. He is a member of AACMA and AICD, the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Dr Muze Wang is a qualified Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and Traditional Chinese Meridian Massage therapist. She holds a Bachelor degree of Chinese medicine from Tianjin Traditional Chinese Medicine University in China. Muze has many years of experience practicing in Australian clinics and a major hospital in China.
Muze has expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine Diet Therapy and can provide you with diet advice according to your constitution which will benefit your well-being. From a young age, Muze’s family was knowledgable about Chinese medicine. Her grandparents taught her how to recognise wild herbs which they picked from their village. This inspired her to seek more knowledge of Chinese medicine and she studied to be a practitioner. Muze is also experienced in teaching traditional Chinese exercise including Tai Chi Fan. She is a member of ATMS and also speaks Mandarin.
Dr Aidan Hurley is a very focused, gentle and caring practitioner who graduated with honours from RMIT University’s double degree Chinese medicine program (5 years). He holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology with hospital internship experience from Nanjing, China. Aidan is qualified in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and Chinese meridian massage to treat a wide range of general health issues. He is a member of AACMA.
Dr Christine Park is a very caring, calm and friendly practitioner. She studied Chinese medicine and acupuncture for five years at RMIT University in Melbourne and graduated with Honours. Christine has gained extensive clinical experience from her hospital internship in China and at Ping Ming Health. She is a member of AACMA and also speaks Korean.
Fay Dai graduated from Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine with a combined degree in traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine nursing. She has medical work experience from a busy Chinese hospital.
Fay is a qualified remedial massage practitioner and she uses Chinese meridian massage techniques to stimulate the acupuncture channels and points, as well as muscles, tendons and soft tissues to balance the internal organs. Fay is a member of the Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Society of Australia (CMASA).
Dr Shaima Al-Hudaid loves supporting her clients through the ups and downs of their journey to re-balancing their body, maintaining good health and living a happy lifestyle. She holds a double degree in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology from RMIT (first class honours) and has clinical experience from Perth, Melbourne and the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in Nanjing, China.
Warm, caring and approachable, Shaima has always wanted to help others since having to battle with illness herself as a child, which led her to study Chinese Medicine. She is one of Ping Ming Health’s most sought after women’s health and pregnancy practitioners. Shaima tailors her treatments to each individual and supports her clients throughout their entire journey from pre-conception to pre-birth and post-natal health. For five consecutive years she has received Ping Ming Health’s award for helping the highest number of women with successful pregnancies.
Shaima also has experience in digestive health, pain management, managing symptoms of anxiety, women’s hormonal issues and cancer treatment support. She is a valued member of Ping Ming Health’s practitioner training team, trusted by Dr Ping Wang to mentor new practitioners and observing students. Shaima speaks fluent Arabic and is a member of AACMA.
Dr Mina Kim is a caring and friendly practitioner who loves to help people using traditional Chinese medicine and diet therapy advice to rebalance their bodies. Her interest in Chinese medicine began from childhood as her family gave her traditional Chinese herbal medicine when she was young.
She has a special interest in supporting women experiencing health issues such as irregular periods and pain, PCOS, hormone imbalance and acupuncture IVF support. Mina has received Ping Ming Health’s practitioner award for helping women with successful pregnancies.
Using a range of techniques including acupuncture, cupping, scrubbing and Chinese herbal medicine, Mina also frequently helps with pain management from headaches and migraines to muscular pain. She is also proficient in tackling digestive symptoms such as bloating and bowel issues.
Mina holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology from RMIT University, Melbourne. She also has clinical experience from the Nanjing University of TCM in China. In her leisure time, Mina enjoys watching action and comedy movies. She is a member of AACMA and also speaks Korean.
Dr Hana Hua is a gentle and experienced Chinese medicine practitioner who has clinical experience working with people from all backgrounds in Australia and abroad since 2007. She graduated from the renowned Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and has worked in a busy community health centre and hospital in Beijing, as well as Russia and New Zealand, prior to moving to Australia.
Hana is passionate about combining her previous experience as a general practitioner in China with personalised Chinese medicine treatments to help people live healthier lifestyles. She is a firm believer in traditional Chinese medicine’s ability to support a healthy life. Hana practices with professionalism, compassion and care, and enjoys putting her adult and young patients at ease even if it is their first acupuncture experience.
While Hana is well versed in a wide range of health issues from head to toe, her greatest interest is in women’s health with an all-encompassing approach that includes both prevention and healing. Being a mother to a young son herself, Hana is also passionate about sharing her knowledge in all aspects of pregnancy support and post-pregnancy health. Providing personalised treatments and advice, she is always ready to give lifestyle and diet suggestions to each of her patients. Hana is a member of ANTA and also speaks Mandarin.
Dr Fatima Al-Hudaid is a sincere and caring practitioner driven by her passion for serving humanity. She uses her communication and clinical skills to create personalised treatment plans for her clients. Coming from the highlands of the Arabian Peninsula where traditional herbal knowledge is treasured ignited Fatima’s interest in natural medicine, which eventually led her to traditional Chinese medicine. She holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology from RMIT University and has extensive clinical experience from Melbourne, Perth and the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in China.
Fatima has a holistic approach to life and believes all parts of a whole are interconnected. She has worked with women with health issues from irregular periods and PCOS/endometriosis to supporting their fertility with acupuncture IVF support and care throughout pregnancy. Fatima believes anxiety and emotional symptoms should not be ignored as they are precursors for many health issues. She also has a special interest in the management of pain and respiratory conditions including helping her patients experiencing symptoms of cold and flu, headaches, hay fever and allergies, digestive, bowel and skin conditions. Fatima also speaks Arabic and is a member of AACMA.
Dr Sophia Yu is a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner and remedial massage practitioner. She graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine with a Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine and has seven years experience practicing in a major Chinese medicine hospital in Beijing. Sophia is a member of the Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Society of Australia (CMASA).
Dr Jimmy Fan is a gentle and caring practitioner focused on helping his clients to regain health and maintain wellbeing, in a safe, understanding and comfortable environment. Combining gentle acupuncture techniques with in-depth knowledge of Chinese herbal medicine and philosophy, Jimmy utilises holistic approaches to find out the root cause of illness of his clients and promote the body to heal itself through rebalancing the internal organs.
Jimmy believes that people’s mental wellbeing, lifestyle and environment is closely linked to their health and so he has particular interest in emotional and mental conditions including stress, anxiety and insomnia, and its associated symptoms which have impact on their life. On top of general health disorders like chronic body pain, fatigue, digestive and nasal symptoms, Jimmy also has special interest in working with patients with menopausal symptoms, female fertility issues and providing adjunct assistance for IVF.
He graduated from the five-year Bachelor of Medicine (Traditional Chinese medicine) from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and completed his two-year hospital internship at two of the top prestigious TCM hospitals in Beijing, China, where he saw a very wide range of conditions and practiced with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. As an accredited member of ANTA and CMASA, he strives for perfection of his professional skills so that he can provide the highest level of care to his clients. Jimmy also speaks Mandarin.
Dr Remy Kim is a very friendly and gentle Chinese medicine and remedial massage practitioner. He holds a Bachelors degree of Chinese medicine (5 years) and Masters degree of Acupuncture (3 years) from the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. He has also gained extensive clinical experience from the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM in China. He is a member of ANTA and also speaks Korean and Mandarin.
Dr Steven Sung is a very gentle, friendly and caring Chinese medicine practitioner with clinical experience from both hospital and community clinics in Hong Kong. He is experienced with injuries and orthopaedic diseases, nerve and pain conditions. Steven also assists with women’s health, acupuncture IVF support for infertility, weight loss and skin symptoms as well as allergic disorders such as hay fever and eczema.
Steven holds Bachelor’s, Master’s (1st class honours) and Doctorate degrees (1st class honours) in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has a strong interest in studying the naturally beneficial effects of Chinese medicine. Steven has also served as executive vice-president of the Hong Kong Traditional Chinese Medicine Orthopaedic & Traumatic Association and trustee council member of the World Union of Manual Medicine. Outside of medicine, Steven enjoys playing golf and swimming. He can speak Cantonese and Mandarin and is a member of AACMA.
Dr Lois Yang is a gentle and friendly practitioner who has been studying and researching Chinese medicine since 2003. She received her PhD of Chinese medicine with scholarships from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2013. She also holds double Masters degrees in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine from RMIT University in Australia and Gui Zhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China with 1st class honours.
Lois is dedicated to providing holistic care to her patients by restoring harmony through acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. With her extensive knowledge of Chinese medicine, she is interested in all aspects of women’s health, including fertility and IVF support, PCOS, endometriosis, irregular periods and menopause. She has assisted her patients in achieving their dreams of creating a family with successful pregnancies.
Lois also has broad experience in stress, pain management, digestive and other general health issues. In addition, she has a special interest in depression since her participation in a Chinese National Science Program for researching the potential of treating depression with Chinese medicine. According to traditional Chinese medicine, food and medicine (herbs) share the same origin. In her spare time, Lois is interested in exploring different ingredients to maintain wellbeing through diet therapy. She also speaks Mandarin and is a member of AACMA.
With over 15 years of clinical and teaching experience, Dr Queenie Yip is always willing to serve people wholeheartedly with her care and professional skills. She holds Bachelor of Chinese Medicine & Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science degrees from the Hong Kong Baptist University (2003) and a Master of Science in Acupuncture from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2006) with scholarship. Queenie endeavours to maintain the wellbeing of her patients not only by treating the disease, but also by promoting a healthier lifestyle. She has a special interest in women’s and children’s health issues as well as pain management.
Prior to moving to Melbourne with her family, Queenie served in the executive committee of the Hong Kong Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioners Association for 6 years and lectured at the Hong Kong Baptist University, School of Chinese Medicine and the Open University of Hong Kong. Queenie enjoys travelling as it is a way to enrich herself. She is a member of FCMA and also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin.
Dr Emily Qi is a caring, responsible and friendly practitioner with 27 years of clinical experience. She studied traditional Chinese medicine in Tianjin University and has been a practicing as a hospital physician in China since 1992, as well as in private clinics in the UK and Australia.
Highly experienced in a wide range of general health issues, Emily regularly helps clients who have body pain, digestive health, sleep and stress complaints. One of her key interests is womens’ health and Emily is dedicated to the health issues affecting women including irregular periods, fertility IVF support and care during pregnancy.
Drawing from her extensive knowledge and experience, Emily strives to deliver the best care to each of her patients. She practises with warmth and compassion to support each person through their health challenges, and towards a healthy and happy life. Emily also speaks Mandarin and is a member of ATMS and FCMA.
Dr Yihan Yang is a caring and committed practitioner who practices with a deep understanding of both Chinese and western medicine. She realises that these two cannot replace one another. Yihan holds a medicine degree from Harbin Medical University in China and completed her internship in a tertiary hospital in Jiangsu Province before setting her sails for Australia. She then trained as a registered nurse and worked in both private and public tertiary teaching hospitals in WA since 2013. During her hospital work, she saw people suffering and in pain and wanted to offer more to help through different approaches, so she pursued further study in traditional Chinese medicine and completed her Masters degree with distinction from RMIT.
In her practice, she has worked with clients with common health issues such as low immunity, cough, hay fever, chronic fatigue syndrome and digestive issues. She is also competent treating women’s health issues, ranging from IVF fertility support, painful and irregular menstruation, PMS to peri-menopausal syndrome and menopause. From her clinical years working with top specialists in major hospitals, she has a strong interest and thorough insight in treating emotional issues, stress and pain management. Recently, she has started to embrace the amazing trend of cosmetic acupuncture and weight management using acupuncture. In her private life, she is a proud mum of a boy and a goofy 4 legged kid. Yihan also speaks mandarin and is a member of AACMA.
Dr Tai is a compassionate and generous practitioner. He takes the time to provide Patient Centred Care by working with your GP and other health professionals. He aims to provide a coherent health plan which enables you to achieve higher states of well-being.
Growing up Tai suffered with serve asthma and chronic fatigue. As such, when younger he was unable to pursue and live life to the fullest. At a young age he understood that the greatest wealth is health. The need to take better care for his health led him into the health profession.
In practice, Tai integrates 3,500 years of Chinese medicine wisdom alongside modern evidence-based practices. He has accumulated a diverse range of clinical experience working with industry leaders in Australia and overseas. He takes special interest in mental health issues, emotional imbalances and dermatology.
Tai has a Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Western Sydney University, Bachelor of Medicine from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and a background in psychology. He is accredited by all major health funds and is a registered Chinese Medicine herbalist and acupuncturist with AHPRA and AACMA.
Dr Hanna Lee is a sincere and caring Chinese medicine practitioner who is dedicated to the wellbeing of her clients by providing a holistic and personalised approach. She looks after her clients in a gentle and friendly manner.
Hanna studied a six-year Bachelor’s degree in traditional Chinese medicine from Sangji University, South Korea. After graduation, she practiced at a hospital and private clinic in Korea for several years. Hanna has experience in a wide range of general health issues including body pain, emotional imbalances, sleep issues, digestive problems, and low immunity. As a female practitioner, she also has a special interest in women’s health conditions including menopause, irregular periods, period pain, and pregnancy support. Outside of medicine, she enjoys playing the piano. Hanna is a member of AACMA and speaks English and Korean.
Teng is a very experienced, caring and calming massage therapist who puts his whole heart and Qi into his treatments. He has also been practicing and teaching Qi Gong and Tai Chi for over 25 years. Teng not only treats symptoms but also cares about the whole body and underlying health issues of his clients.
Teng has a special interest in the following health issues: insomnia, emotional disorders, body pain, joint pain and stiffness, low immunity and difficulties with breathing due to tension. He is always concerned about the prevention of illness and happy to give healthy lifestyle advice. Personally, he is a vegan and is interested in Chinese tea culture. Teng also speaks Mandarin and is a member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia.