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Binbin Zhang
Acupuncturist, Chinese medicine practitioner
BMed, MMed(Beijing)
APRHA(CMBA) AACMA CMASA
Practice Hours: Fri, Sat
Other days: appointment only
Binbin's Story

Binbin comes from
Acupuncture Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medicine Sciences in Beijing, which is the same institute of Nobel Price’s winner Tu Youyou. She is an inheritor of acupuncture needling techniques in The World Federation of Acupuncture- Moxibustion Societies (WFAS). Her grandfather is a famous Professor Hao Gang who is an Honorary President of Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medicine University and a PHD supervisor of Chinese Medicine. Now Binbin is a lecturer of acupuncture at Endeavour College of Natural Health and a PhD candidate of Chinese Medicine Diagnosis in University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Binbin is a Chinese Medicine practitioner with
16 years clinical experience. Binbin was born in a Chinese Medicine family, her grandfather Professor Gang Hao is a famous PHD supervisor of Chinese Medicine at Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medicine University in China. Binbin studied Chinese Medicine with her grandfather when she was young.

At the age of 19, Binbin started her acupuncture and moxibustion bachelor’s learning. After five years of full time study and graduated, she joined the study about Moxibustion by Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Professor Baixiao Zhao.
In 2006, Binbin started formal Master training in Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medicine University. Her first supervisor is Professor ZHI Lanying who is a famous acupuncturist and specialised in women’s health. Fortunately, Binbin meet Professor Lihong Liu, and joined his Group to study Chinese Medicine.

In 2007, Binbin moved on to China Academy of Chinese medical Sciences and finalised her clinical research. After that, she worked there until she immigrated to Australia. Her master’s co-supervisor is Professor Jinhong Yang in Acupuncture hospital. During that time, Binbin practiced with Professor Jinhong Yang, Professor Zhongchao Wu, Professor Shaogong Shen, Professor Lingxu Kong, Professor Qingxing Wei and Professor Yunxian Zhou at China Academy of Chinese Medicine Sciences in Beijing. She also worked as a clinical supervisor in Acupuncture hospital.

Binbin set up
My Acupuncture (彬彬的针灸) clinic since 2011 in Maroubra.

Member
Member of TCM Diagnostics in World Foundation of Chinese Medicine Societies
(WFCMS)
An accredited member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association
(AACMA)
An accredited council member of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Society of Australia
(CMASA)
Registered acupuncturist and Chinese medicine practitioner in Chinese Medicine, Board of Australia
(CMBA, AHPRA)

Education
PhD candidate, Chinese Medicine diagnosis, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Inheritor, Acupuncture Needling Technology, TCM Acupuncture Inheritance Committee of WFAS
Masters of Medicine, majored in Acupuncture, Moxibusion and Tuina from China
Bachelor of Medicine, majored in Acupuncture, Moxibusion and Tuina from China

Publication
B Zhang, 2013, ‘
the clinical observation of abdominal acupuncture on Dysmenorrhea’, Journal of Chinese Medicine and Health. 2013, 14: 21
• B Zhang, 2013, ‘
acupuncture for Dry eyes treatment’, Journal of Chinese Medicine and Health. 2013, 14: 61
• B Zhang, Y Zhou, 2009, ‘
Case study of acupuncture for bladder pain’. China Foreign Medical Treatment. 28, 15: 105
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• L Lin, B Zhang, 2009. ‘
Chinese Medicine and acupuncture treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease’. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 24, 07: 105.
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• B Zhang, L Zhi, J Yang, 2009, ‘
How to Balance Six Meridians in wellbeing’, Medicine and Health care. 17, 03: 87-90
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