What is PCOS? Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder that affects people with ovaries, typically during their reproductive years. It is characterized by a combination of symptoms and
Introduction Subfertility and infertility rates are high and according to the WHO, infertility affects millions of individuals and couples. It is estimated that approximately one in every six people of the
Many of our patients take several prescription and over-the-counter medications. This situation often causes a challenge for us Chinese medicine (CM) practitioners. In 2017, 38% of Swiss people (over 15
This article will look at some common afflictions women seek treatment for. Women usually seek treatment much quicker than our male friends regarding health. As for consulting a TCM practitioner,
AI is Hot Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a hot topic right now and a rapidly growing area. ChatGPT (a language tool) attracted over one million users in the first five days
Being a registered health practitioner comes with an obligation as we have learnt in the past few weeks and very quickly, had to pick up our game.
Leaving university with a brand-new degree and a coffer full of new tools is an exciting moment for a new Chinese medicine graduate. But it’s equally daunting as we realise that the time has come to stand on our own two feet.
To transition from being a student to a practitioner is not an easy task in the best of times, let alone during a global pandemic. This article is based on conversations with students before the current circumstances.