|contant name||Tseu (Sue) Shaw|
|mobile||0412 120 595|
|servicing areas||Maidstone, Melbourne, Western Suburbs|
Regain your health and vitality
Women’s Health IVF and Fertility Support Pregnancy and Labour Support Pain Management Stress and Insomnia, Digestion and other Chronic issues
Private health rebates available on Hicaps, TAC and Workcover.
Resuming all face to face treatments
Restrictions have eased and I am now able to provide full service face to face consultations and treatments. Please book online or via 0412 120 595.
Telehealth is still available for those who need it.
Please reschedule your appointment if you are still within your quarantine or isolation period, or you have cold or flu symptoms like fever, cough, sore throat etc.
What We Do
Maidstone Chinese Medicine is located at 109 Rosamond Road, Maidstone Vic, 3012. We provide Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine services to the people of Melbourne and the Western suburbs of Melbourne including Maidstone, Maribyrnong, Aberfeldie, Ascot Vale, Avondale Heights, West Footscray, Sunshine, Yarraville, Caroline Springs, Taylors Lakes and others. We offer a full range of Chinese Medicine therapies including Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Dietary Advice, Cupping, moxibustion and Tuina.
What We Treat
Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture may be beneficial in providing IVF and fertility support (in conjunction with other medical treatments), pain management, stress and fatigue support, digestion problems, and other health issues.
Meet Your Practitioner – Dr Tseu Chen Shaw (TCM)
Tseu (Sue) is the founder and principal practitioner of Maidstone Chinese Medicine. She is passionate about achieving the best health outcome for her patients. Tseu is highly qualified with dual registration in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine, she also holds postgraduate certificates in TCM integrated fertility support, Pregnancy and Postnatal care and Cosmetic Acupuncture (for a full list of Tseu’s qualifications Read More).
Tseu achieves results for her patients through careful listening, examination and diagnosis; this is followed by research and treatment planning. She incorporates knowledge from Chinese Medicine and Western Health Science to understand the root cause of her patients’ conditions. She then formulates a treatment plan drawing from different modalities of Chinese Medicine and other health care therapies to enhance the treatment outcome.
Tseu is Australian Chinese, apart from English she also speaks Mandarin. She has two young children and has personally used Chinese Medicine extensively in preconception care, pregnancy and postnatal care.