Kimberley Zhang is a passionate, patient, empathetic and caring practitioner with a Bachelor degree in Chinese medicine from the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine in China and Master of Public Health from Curtin University. She is also a lecturer in TCM research and clinical supervisor at Endeavour College of Natural Health, with extensive experience from both Chinese hospitals and Australian clinics. Kimberley has a keen interest in women’s health and well-being especially infertility, IVF support, hormone imbalance, menopausal symptoms, postnatal issues and cosmetic concerns. She is also experienced in treating musculoskeletal issues,anxiety, depression, insomnia and digestive issues. She uses personalised Chinese medicine dietary therapy and lifestyle advice to enhance treatment outcomes. Kimberley is a member of AACMA, FCMA and able to speak fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
I grew up in a traditional Chinese big family with a strong background of Chinese Medicine. My interest of Chinese Medicine was inspired by my grandfather, who is a senior Chinese Medicine pharmacist with Eastern and Western medicine education. In the 1950’s, he successfully managed to develop a patented pill with active and sustainable Chinese Medicine herbal ingredient to control cold and flu. I am very familiar with herbs because I was growing up around them. Other family members are majorly doing Chinese Herbal trading, research or in pharmaceutical industry however, no one was doing clinical Chinese Medicine.
I determined to be a Chinese Medicine Practitioner when I was in primary school. I was suffering from bad toothache without being diagnosed anything by Western Medicine. We wished my grandfather was there so that he could help me out with Chinese Medicine. My parent found a old handwriting prescription from my grandfather’s old drawer and it was for toothache. They brought it to the pharmacy (herbal dispenser) and after 3 pack of herbal medications, my toothache gone. After this, I determined that I need to carry on the treasure from my grandfather and ancient Chinese doctor and bring it forward.