Kaime has a passion for herbal medicine and widely uses herbal powders, raw herbs and tinctures in conjunction with supplementation, acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion and gua sha techniques.
Kaime completed training at RMIT University in Melbourne and an internship in China before moving to Mullumbimby. She has a special interest in womens's health and gynaecological complaints, digestive disorders, lingering pathogens, psycho-emotional disorders including anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, PTSD, drug & alcohol issues, addiction management and support.
Her interests in addiction medicine have driven her to further pursue studies in this field and incorporate this knowledge into her current practice while working closely with integrated medicine and nutritional medicine practitioners for optimal health outcomes.
Kaime has established the not-for-profit organisation, NADA-Australia based on the acu-detox model in the USA. The aim is to provide ear acupuncture for people managing drug and alcohol afflictions, mental health complaints, PTSD, acute trauma and shock from disasters and accidents, victims of crime and violence and general stress disorders. The ear acupuncture protocol is also used to support emergency rescue workers, first responders, fire fighters and anyone suffering from any level of stress or anxiety.
Kaime is a fully qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner trained in both acupuncture and herbal medicine, she is registered with AHPRA and the Australian National Therapists Association.