Dr Carmen Pang
Carmen, born and resides in Melbourne, is a qualified and registered Chinese Medical Practitioner. Carmen holds a degree in Health Science, Chinese Medicine and completed her internship at the Well-Being Clinic. She has gained vast experience in a range of disorders at Windana Drug & Alcohol Recovery Centre and previously practised at CTCM Clinic, as well as Ashburton Natural Clinic.
in addition to practising in the clinic, Carmen performs patient-visits to treat those suffering from various illnesses, including post-stroke conditions. Carmen continues to treat with care and has extensive experience in digestive issues, dermatology, fertility and post-stroke disorders, alongside with general practice.
Equipped with her knowledge and experience, Carmen has established 81B-Clinic to expand her practice. Carmen welcomes you, your loved ones and anybody for treatment.
Registered Chinese medicine practitioner with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA)
Registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulations Agency (AHPRA)
Member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA)
Dr Jenny Leung
Jenny is a caring and gentle practitioner who graduated with first class honours at RMIT in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology.
She has ascertained various clinical experiences as an intern at Jiang Su Provincial Hospital in Nanjing, China in departments including gynaecology, rheumatology, gastrointestinal, respiratory and dermatology as well as volunteering as a clinic assistant at Prickle Community Acupuncture.
Jenny has extensive experience in pain management, women’s health and digestive disorders.
Jenny understands that acupuncture may not always be the top choice for everyone and has furthered studied a Diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy practice to help clients with their musculoskeletal disorders or stress via a relaxation massage or deep tissue oil massage.