Traditional Chinese Medicine is a set of customs that dates back thousands of years to pre-dynastic times. It embodies diverse practices such as acupuncture, massage, exercise, herbs and dietary advice, all in the service of influencing dynamic processes, channels and meridians of the body’s vital energy (aka qi).

It should be emphasised that scientific investigation has not discovered any histological or physiological evidence for concepts such as qi.

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There are many risks involved with Traditional Chinese Medicine, such as allergic reaction to herbs and contracting infections when undergoing acupuncture. Experts in Traditional Chinese Medicine may be asked to give opinions about practitioners that may have breached the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia’s codes and guidelines with respect to advertising, conduct, continuing professional development, the safe practice of herbal medicine, infection prevention and control guidelines for acupuncture, and patient record keeping and confidentiality.

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Chinese Medicine Board of Australia’s Codes and Guidelines

The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia may develop any codes or guidelines that are necessary to provide guidance to health practitioners and clarify the Board’s views and expectations on a range of issues: conduct, advertising, continuing professional development, guidelines for acupuncture, and keeping patient records.

Relevant Cases Chinese Medicine Board of Australia v Teo (Review and Regulation) [2014] VCAT 1587

This matter involved allegations of professional misconduct relating to communications about the likely outcome and benefits of treatment provided by the respondent, deficient patient records and failing to protect privacy and confidentiality.

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A sample of our experts in Health - Traditional Chinese Medicine

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