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Tran Nghia Spacer Tran Nghia, Principle Practitioner
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been Tran's passion for as long as he can remember. Born in South Viet Nam - a small village on the bank of the Mekong River.

He arrived in Australia in 1977, after living for several months in a refugee camp in Thailand. He was overwhelmed by the freedom of a new life. Soon, He found that TCM wasn't a great career choice in this new life and some people considered Gua Sha as barbaric torture. As such, He turned to Information Technology as a means of making a living until, by coincidence, He became aware of Professor Wong Lun's academy.

Since 2002, He has run a busy TCM practice at Eastern Medicine. Tran practices the Taoist TCM where energy moving exercises and dieting are just as important as herbal medicine and acupuncture. He also teaches a weekly Tai Chi class for his patients.


Thi Thi Tran Spacer Thi Thi Tran, Receptionist
Born in North Viet Nam, Thi Thi comes from a family with long traditions in Chinese Medicine, dating back to her great great grandfather who was a famous Royal doctor. She arrived in Australia in 1977, after living for several months in a refugee camp in Thailand.

Thi Thi has been assisting Tran in running Eastern Medicine since 2005 as the office manager, receptionist and herbal dispenser. In 2015 she completed her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine at The Southern School of Natural Therapy.


Yun Zeng Spacer Yun Zeng, Practitioner
Yun has always have a strong desire to work in a health profession, life circumstances had brought her to Traditional Chinese Medicine and she felt in love with it, she finds it is a powerful and complete medicine.

Yun embraces practicing Chinese Medicine the traditional way and is developing further insight into support patient recovery and maintain health not only with acupuncture and herbal medicine, but also with exercise, meditation and dietary.

As a practitioner, she believes that finding a balance is the key to a happy and healthy life.





Photo credit: Andre Burton | Andre Burton Photography


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