Nadine Broer,
Acupuncture , Massage Therapy + 3
36 Allambi Ave, Rosebud West VIC 3940, Australia
Years of experience 17

Total years in practice: 17

Practice Name
Nambour Chinese Medicine
Practitioner Name
Nadine Broer,
Specialties
Acupuncture | Massage Therapy | Traditional Chinese Medicine
Conditions
Muscloskeletal Pain | Neck Pain | Shoulder Pain
Language
English
Experience
17
About me


Nambour Chinese Medicine is run by Dr. Nadine Broer. She is highly talented in Acupuncture, Massage therapy & Physical therapy. Nadine holds a Master of Science degree in Acupuncture from the University of Western Sydney. Her special interests are sports medicine and the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions including Neck, Back pain & Sciatica. Nadine is a licensed Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Director, principal Acupuncturist and founder of NCM. Her professional qualifications are: Masters Acupuncture 2006, BHSc (Acu) 2002, Adv TCM Studies, China 2002, AHPRA: CMR0001725487, AACMA: 1741.



Work Experience:

 

Owner and Founder at Nambour Chinese Medicine

 

Education:

 

Studied Master of Acupuncture at Western Sydney University

 

Studied Internal Medicine Internship at Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medical University

 

Studied Bachelor of Health Science Acupuncture at Australian College of Natural Medicine (Brisbane & Gold Coast)

 

Studied at St John's College, Nambour


About Our Clinic

 

Our clinic has been established in the center of the Sunshine Coast for over 15 years. We pride ourselves on providing you with the care that extends beyond the treatment room and brings positive change to all facets of your life. Using a holistic approach that addresses your whole body, our practitioners will tailor a management program for you that gives you direction and clarity about your healing journey. Find out which of our practitioners best suits your needs by reading about their clinical focus and therapeutic techniques in their bio pages.

 

We believe

 

Acupuncture is arguably the most famous therapy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

 

We may not realize our full potential if we’re never getting out there and trying new things.

                       

Exercise, heat and acupressure were ranked more effective at relieving period pain than conventional painkillers.

 

Pain is inevitable but Suffering is optional.

 

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