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Dr. Cat Tyndall

Chinese Medicine Practitioner


Dr. Cat Tyndall (TCM) graduated with a Masters of Applied Science (Acupuncture) from RMIT and holds a double degree in Nursing and Paramedicine. Together, these qualifications allow Cat to have an in depth understanding of the physiology of the body from both the Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspectives. Cat brings a unique set of the skills and experiences to the clinic, having assisted the community during times of crisis in her role as a Paramedic over the last six years. 


  • Internship at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Nanjing, China
  • Masters of Applied Science (Acupuncture); RMIT University
  • Bachelor of Nursing; ACU
  • Bachelor of Paramedicine; ACU
  • Registered with AHPRA as an Acupuncturist & Chinese Medicine Practitioner
  • Registered with AHPRA as a Paramedic
  • Member of AACMA (Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association)

A message from Cat:

“It is my wholehearted belief that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) provides wonderful insight into managing a wide-range of health conditions. We are now living in such a fast-paced and highly stimulated society. I am constantly amazed by the benefits of acupuncture, especially for pain, gut health and emotional wellbeing. Are you feeling lost in the system? Are you suffering? Are you interested in optimising your health? It would be my absolute pleasure to help”

Dr. Weidi Chen

Chinese Medicine Practitioner


Dr. Weidi Chen (TCM) is a highly skilled licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. She is compassionate, friendly and knowledgeable. She is also committed to providing quality patient-centred holistic care to help her clients re-establish inner balance and maintain optimal health.

Working as a Registered Nurse in major hospitals in Australia for over seven years, she has a profound insight into complex case management from both Western and Chinese medicine perspective.She has experience with all aspects of Chinese medicine including acupuncture, acupressure massage, cupping, moxa, guasha, dietary advice and herbal medicine. Her special interests are in pain management, psychological disorders, digestive issues, weight loss and gynaecological conditions.

Weidi holds a degree of Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) with Distinction from Endeavour College of Natural Health. She graduates with a perfect GPA. As a TCM practitioner, she is focused on improving individual’s welling being by providing evidence-based practice. In order to bring the most effective and updated treatment to her clients, she regularly attends professional conferences and seminars. She also enjoys reading traditional Chinese literature and conducting research to consolidate her knowledge and skills.

She speaks fluent Mandarin and English. She is currently a member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

“The human body has an unlimited capacity to heal, often we just need to find the right method or perspective to begin this process.”
(Thomas Richardson).