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Dr. Sherman Gu BMed(ChinMed), AdvDipMyother, MAppSc
(also known as Dr Xu Ming Gu)

Dr. Gu graduated from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China in 1982. He then practised in Guangzhou Municipal Hospital of Chinse Medicine for eight years. He completed his postgraduate study at RMIT University where he is currently engaged in Chinese medicine teaching and research. Dr. Gu has been appointed by the Attorney-General of Victorian Government as a sessional member of Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) for disciplinary hearings on professional conduct of registered Chinese medicine practitioners since 2007. Dr. Gu has over 30 years of clinical experiences.
Dr. Sherman Gu
 
Qualifications and Accreditations
  • Bachelor Degree of Medicine (GZUCM)
  • Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (RMIT University)
  • Master Degree of Applied Science (RMIT University)
  • Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner in the Divisions of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine (CMBA)

    AHPRA Registration Number: CMR0001738861

    Member of Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia Ltd. (FCMA)

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Dr. Donna Chew BAppSc(ChinMedHumBiol)

Dr. Chew is a registered Chinese medicine practitioner in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal divisions. Dr Chew has completed her internship in the teaching hospital of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China. Donna is especially interested in gynecological and paediatric disorders

 
Dr. Donna Chew
 
Qualifications and Accreditations
  • Bachelor Degree of Applied Science of Chinese Medicine (RMIT University)
  • Bachelor Degree of Applied Science of Human Biology (RMIT University)
  • Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner in the Divisions of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine (CMBA)

    AHPRA Registration Number: CMR0001739950

    Member of Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia Ltd. (FCMA)

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What is Chinese Medicine?
A holistic system of medical practice with over 2000 years of written history, based on the theory that disharmony within the body will manifest itself on the surface.

Diagnostic techniques of observation, questioning and pulse palpation are non-invasive and are used to determine the state, progress and location of disease in the body. Each person is seen as an individual with his or her own particular reaction to any illness. In this way each treatment is individually tailored to the person's needs.

Chinese Medicine can be used safely and effectively as both an alternative or in conjunction with conventional western medical treatments. It incorporates Herbal Medicine, Tuina (Chinese Therapeutic Message), Acupuncture and Dietary Therapy.

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