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Collect real-world advice on how to better your practice and learn from a variety of international and local presenters. Check the conference program here.


Steve Clavey has been practicing Chinese medicine in Melbourne for 30 years. He is the author of Fluid Physiology and Pathology in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica and a current editor of “The Lantern” a hardcopy journal of Chinese medicine published in Australia.
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Kirsten Wolfe the director of Mornington Chinese Medicine, an acupuncture only clinic working with a team of 6 talented Acupuncturists.
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Professor Wang is the Director of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Society Victoria (CMASA) and the Vice President of World Federation of Traditional Chinese Orthopaedics in Victoria.
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Ted Davis trained in economics in the 1970s. He subsequently trained in yoga and traditional Chinese medicine in the 1980s and 1990s, taught anatomy, physiology and neurology at undergraduate university level in the 1990s, taught acupuncture at two private colleges in the 1990s, and has been in part or full time TCM practice since 1989.
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John is a practitioner and acupuncturist of Chinese Medicine. Coming from a background of third generation Chinese Malaysian, he grew up in a village and enjoyed the nurture of traditional Asian values. He started with scientific aerodynamics before moving on to traditional energy of Chinese medicine.
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Edith Guba heads the Dao Yuan School for Qigong, which she founded in Germany together with her teacher, the Chinese Qigong Master Guo Bingsen. The aim of the school was and is the dissemination of traditional Chinese Qigong methods at a level that can maintain their traditional quality.
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Joseph studied Acupuncture at Endeavour in Melbourne and has been in practice for approximately ten years. Prior to entering practice he was a Research Assistant at the Peter McCallum Cancer Institute, a Forensic Scientist then a Senior Research Scientist for the Department of Primary Industries.
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Leigh’s career as an insurance broker began back in 1998. Predominantly, Leigh has specialised in professional, executive and financial risks which has seen him service the needs of large professional associations and top 200 ASX listed corporate clients who operate across a broad range of industry sectors.
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Dr. Adrian Larsen, DC, FASA, is a practitioner, researcher, inventor and President of Miridia Acupuncture Technology. In his practice and research, he focuses on delivering high-quality care using modern methods and equipment.
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Jane qualified as a research scientist and then as doctor of Chinese medicine. After 35 years of TCM clinical experience, and working with Western specialists, she appreciates the therapeutic scope of both systems working together. Jane is a Director of a multi modality medical centre and the Director of the Acupuncture Pregnancy clinics in Sydney and Melbourne.
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Bill has been practising TCM since 1987, opened his Tai Chi – Qigong School over 20 years ago, has taught throughout Australia and has presented at Minzu University, the China Academy of Chinese Medical Science in Beijing and in Osaka and Tokyo. He was invited to Beijing last year to compete with eighty participants from eleven countries and was awarded the Excellent Performers Award.
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Daniel Spigelman spent close to a decade working and studying in China, receiving his Bachelor’s degree from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. During this time he had the opportunity to train in depth with many eminent physicians including Wang Ju Yi and Andrew Nugent-Head. He is an inner door disciple of the Zhang Ce lineage of Tai Chi Tong Bei and a 24th Generation Disciple of the Daoist Wudang Pure Yang Sect. He also maintains private practice in Sydney.
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Irene Prantalos utilises acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to assist in a variety of health concerns. Irene has a special interest in treating skin complaints such as acneic skin, psoriasis and eczema, reproductive health issues such as infertility, menstrual irregularities and menopause, digestive health issues and general anti-ageing concerns through collagen induction therapy.
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Charles is a pioneer practitioner with more than three decades of experience of study, practice and teaching in Chinese medicine. His career has spanned multiple disciplines including medical sciences and the theory, philosophy and practice of clinical oriental medicine. He has a particular interest in fertility, cancer patient care, and dermatology and for years he has taught these and other subjects extensively in the globe.
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Mazin is a master herbalist and recognised as one of the leading clinicians and teachers in the field of dermatology and Chinese medicine. Over the past three decades he has taught his successful and innovative approach to clinical practice to thousands of students worldwide. His teaching is firmly based on his own clinical practice and experiences of over 40 years in the field.
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Ronnie Stein has a wealth of knowledge. He has been practising acupuncture for the last twenty years. He studied at the University of Technology, Sydney and finished his clinical training in Japan. He established the Ki Clinic at Bondi Beach in 1997 and has been helping people with a holistic approach to a wide range of health issues ever since.
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Dr Michael Popplewell has been a successful practitioner since 1995. He has a Masters in Bioelectric Engineering (Research) and a PhD. In 2014 he was one of only 16 junior presenters and the only Australian selected from hundreds of worldwide applications to present at the prestigious SAR conference in Beijing.
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Clare Pyers is a practitioner who has been in full time clinical practice for the past 15 years. She is the host of Heavenly Qi podcast, author of Integrative TCM Guide to Pathology, co-director of IICMC, and co-founder of ACARB.
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Peter Scarselletti completed his Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine Degree at Western Sydney University in 2004. Peter has studied a variety of martial arts and health enhancement systems since his teenage years, and is a Systema Ryabko Breathwork Instructor (Instructor of Applied Methodology of Systema To Health), which has informed his clinical treatment approach.
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Dr S.Mezhov has practical experience in TCM and Western medicine for more than 35 years. He has a special interest in the areas of Sport medicine and Spinal disorders as well as neurology and Muscular-skeleton system. For all those above he uses a variety of intervention techniques as Laser, acupuncture and Moxa, Tui-na, Shiatsu, Bonne setting manipulation (Chinese and Tibetan skills), Remedial massage.
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Dr Louis Gordon graduated from the Brisbane College of Traditional Acupuncture as a Chinese Medicine Practitioner (Acupuncturist) in 1981. Louis runs a very successful practice in Toowoomba, QLD, having a special interest in treating women’s health concerns and foot problems.
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Greg Williams has been studying and practising acupuncture, Qigong and Taiji for over 20 years in Australia, Japan, China and Thailand. He studied acupuncture in Japan for many years with masters in the Japanese language and studied Taiji for one year at the Nanjing TCM University in China.
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David Hartmann has been an Acupuncturist for over 20 years graduating from the Australian College of Natural Medicine (now Endeavour) in 1996. He has also completed a ‘Master of Acupuncture’ in 2009 through Southern Cross University.
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Michael Brown has been practising Chinese medicine for 10 years. He developed a passion for the classics of our medicine during his undergraduate and following the advice of one of his teacher’s went to study Chinese language. Michael has since developed his practise and study around the classics of the medicine and aims to teach current and future practitioners about the importance of the classics in modern clinical practice.
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Associate Professor Zhen Zheng is a member of AACMA, a registered Chinese medicine practitioner and a senior lecturer at the RMIT University, where she leads a pain research team and works closely with pain management centres in Victorian hospitals.
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