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  • Writer's pictureDr. Angela Palmer


This month I’d like to introduce to Kinglake Chinese Medicine two new faces that you will be seeing at the clinic. I’m very excited to welcome Dr Qing Ge.

Dr Qing is a registered acupuncturist and Chinese medicine practitioner who completed 5 years’ full-time study and obtained her double degree in Health Science and Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) from RMIT.

She had extensive training at RMIT Health Science clinic working as a student practitioner in the last 2.5 years of her study, and also undertook an internship at China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan. She likes to do yoga, Chinese martial arts (Wing Chun), and meditation in her spare time, as these traditional exercises can balance the body mind and spirit, and enhance her practice in clinic. Qing’s clinic interests include but are not limited to musculoskeletal pain, skin conditions, digestive disorders, and improving general wellbeing (such as sleep, appetite, and energy level). Dr Qing came to Kinglake as a student observer over the past two years so many of you would have seen her around. I look forward to collaborating and working together.

I’d also like to formally welcome Jules Euler who some of you have already met. Jules works at reception and helps us doctors keep on track! Jules has a Bachelor of Creative writing from RMIT, and interests include crocheting, reading and painting. She has always had an interest in the natural world and natural therapies and is always happy to help.

We also are building a new function room that will soon include Tai Qi, classes on nutrition and Chinese Diet therapy and much more. Kinglake is certainly becoming a wellness and health hub of Murrindindi shire of which we are proud to be a part of.

As always if there are specific things you would like, feel free to ask.

Until next time, Stay well

Dr Angela Palmer

Kinglake Chinese Medicine

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