To be a good doctor you have to combine the following three elements:
• You have to have a good heart; you have to feel your patient’s pain and suffering as if it were your own.
• You have to study very hard and gain a great knowledge of how the human body works.
• You must use your talents to develop the best treatment possible for your patient.
In Ancient China, a doctor would travel from village to village treating people; he always carried with him a big canister of herbs. His dream was that, one day, he would be able to hang up his canister in a tree and leave it there forever because there were no more sick people to attend to. Everybody had been cured.
That is also my dream. I want you to enjoy a long life, free of disease and the problems of old age. I want to empower you to take control of your health. Don’t wait till you are sick and it’s too late. Use your body well and never accept any diseases in it. Value your life—it’s the most precious thing you have.
Embark on this healing journey with the team at TCM Australia, and they will show you how you can live life to the full and in peak health.
- Dr Liu
According to traditional Chinese wisdom, the heart is the king of all the organs. However, all the organs in the body, i.e. the heart, liver, kidneys, lungs and spleen need to work in harmony and age at the same speed for good health to be achieved. When the major organs are functioning efficiently, there is greater health, vitality and mental health.
Our organs are interdependent and rely on each other to function in-sync. They must occupy their natural space with minimal surplus fat or fluid in between them. Healthy organ function impacts on both the lymphatic and blood flow systems.
The lymphatic system is one of the keys to good health. A well-performing lymphatic system keeps the body fluids in balance and encourages a good blood flow. A good blood flow encourages the major organs to work in perfect synchronicity.
Additionally, negative emotions directly impact on the way our organs function, so good mental health is crucial to achieving and maintaining good health.
Your body is constantly communicating with you. Niggling chronic symptoms are its way of signalling that something is starting to go wrong with your health. So, take action now.
We believe it is never too late to start feeling well.
According to the World Health Organisation, 75% of us experience sub-health. This is when you aren’t really sick. You may be tired, but have trouble sleeping. Perhaps you are putting on weight and don’t know why. You don’t have a diagnosable disease. You know you just aren’t right. Sub-health is the intermediate state between being healthy and falling sick.
If you are in a constant state of sub-health, your immunity may suffer, your organs will age faster and this can lead to more serious ailments especially if you have been in a sub-health condition for a long period of time.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Australia seeks to address all aspects of a person’s health and wellbeing and looks at not only the symptoms but more importantly the source of the illness which is according to the philosophies and principles of ancient Chinese medicine.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Australia has clinics in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and New Zealand.
Call or email us using the form below to get more information about our services and make an appointment. Or drop in to see us at any of our locations.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Australia currently runs four clinics in Sydney and one clinic in Melbourne, as well as our 101 Wellbeing Centre on the NSW Central Coast.Find a clinic
- Bondi Junction
- Adelaide Clinic
- Perth Clinic
- Canberra Clinic
- New Zealand Clinic
- The 101 Wellbeing Centre