BHthSc/ BAppSc Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
GradCert Addiction studies
Kaime has a specific interest in womens's health and gynaecology, digestive
disorders, chronic lingering pathogens also known as
Gu syndrome in Chinese medicine, immune disorders and inflammatory conditions
psycho-emotional disorders, PTSD, substance use and addiction
Kaime's qualifications include a Bachelor of Health Science
and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine
through RMIT University and a Graduate Diploma in addiction studies
from University of Adelaide.
Her treatment methods from an integrated TCM framework
incorporate herbal medicine, supplementation, acupuncture
cupping, moxibustion and gua sha techniques to assist patients in
their health journey.
Kaime runs a private clinic in Mullumbimby and also works as part of
an integrated medical team at The Health Lodge in Byron Bay.
Her interests in addiction medicine have driven her to further pursue
studies in this field and incorporate this knowledge into her current
practice while also helping to establish the not-for-profit organisation
NADA-Australia based on the acu-detox model in the USA.
The organisation aims to provide the acu-detox 5 point protocol for people managing drug and alcohol dependence or addiction, mental health complaints, PTSD or acute traumatic events, victims of crime and violence and general stress disorders. The auricular acupuncture protocol is also used to support emergency workers, first responders, fire fighters and anyone suffering from any level of stress or anxiety.
Kaime is a fully qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner and herbal dispenser registered with AHPRA and the Australian National Therapists Association.
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine have been used for thousands of years to promote longevity and relieve unwanted symptoms and disease that manifest in the mind or body.
Chinese medicine is holistic, encompassing and addressing all aspects of a patient's physical and psychological well-being.
Many conditions can benefit greatly from Chinese medicine and acupuncture,
some of these may include-
Digestive issues and gut health
Cold and flu symptoms
post viral syndrome
premenstrual syndrome, fibroids, cysts ,endometriosis, PCOS, menopause, hormonal imbalances, post natal depletion, prenatal care
Emotional and psychological imbalances
Headaches and migraines
Skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema and acne
Childrens health- bed wetting, night terrors, immune and gut health
Respiratory issues, asthma, COPD
Chronic and difficult conditions