The Chinese Treatment Centre has been helping patients in Canberra since 1999. At the Chinese Treatment Centre, you can expect honest, accurate and professional medical treatment and advice to help you solve your medical issues.
The director, Dr Charles Y Cai, is a highly qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner with over twenty years clinical experience and a sound knowledge of Chinese medicine that was passed to him from his father and grandfather.
By taking the time to properly diagnose ailments and prepare an effective treatment, Charles has helped many people to recover from a wide variety of painful and distressing conditions. Dr Cai has carried out successful research on the treatment of chronic condition and acute pain. The findings have been published in over 10 different journal and books.
Charles is a registered doctor in China and a full practicing member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
Dr. Linda Liang graduated from Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, China in 1978. She had worked at Harbin Chinese Medicine hospital as a Doctor and professor for 38 years. I have 5 Chinese herbal formulas been successfully approved by Heilongjiang food and drug authority in 1998, also I published articles and one book on Medical Science in China.
Specialized in TCM acupuncture technique with unique touching pulse diagnosis method to determinate the application of acupuncture points and Chinese Herbs in all kind of ailments. I do Special painless acupuncture technique to quickly get the best result while treating chronic conditions and pain, as well for women and children program.
Dr Ming Chen was awarded the bachelor degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at Liaoning University of TCM in China in 1999. Then she went on to further study on Acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and graduated with Master and Ph.D degree in 2002 and 2006 from Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medical University, China.
She had been practicing as a registered Chinese medical doctor in China. She continued practice after coming to Australia, at the meantime she had also been involved in some research projects at the John Curtin School of Medical Research in ANU.
Ming acquires a wide range of knowledge and excellent practicing skills in Chinese medicine. She integrated Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, Chinese massage, cupping, guasha techniques with diet, exercises and life style consultation in a holistic approach for helping many chronic and complex conditions in internal medicine, muscular skeleton system and pain management.
Dr Sali Tesseyman returned to Australia after five years of living, working and training in Japan. She does Japanese acupuncture, which use smaller and thinner needles, and very relaxing and cause minimal discomfort treatment. This form of acupuncture can be used to resolve complex or long standing conditions, by addressing the cause of the problem. After acupuncture, the bodies self healing abilities become activated helping the body to heal itself.
Her massage style is called Shiatsu, providing a therapeutic and intensified treatment, is very helpful for stress mind and tight whole body muscle treatment.
Mr Hongxin Wei is a TCM Therapist with a Diploma of Acupuncture and Massage (China) and a Diploma of Remedial Massage（ACT College of Natural Therapies, Canberra）. He is a member of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia, AHPRA （The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency）and also member of ATMS (The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society).
Mr Wei has acquired a wide range of skills in Chinese massage, acupuncture, remedial massage, Cupping and Guasha techniques. He has more than ten years work experience as a Acupuncturist and Massage therapist in the centre of the city, providing massage service to office workers and surrounding residents. He has unique insights into the pain relief for customers, especially in the treatment of muscular pain. With his great personality and hospitality, he made very good relationship with all his customers.
Ms Aina Craig started training in Professional Lymphatic Massage in Malaysia and Beauty Health Courses in Singapore which continued for over 9 years. Aina has also extended her skills to include Traditional Thai Massage and several other styles of massage therapy in Bangkok, Jakarta & Australia.
Now in Australia she is enjoying working as a massages therapist at Chinese Treatment Centre and having the pleasure of meeting all of our clients, as assisting in improving our client’s health through Lymphatic Drainage, Aromatherapy and Remedial Massage.