Sandie Griffiths is an experienced doctor of Chinese Medicine with a particular focus on treating pain, boosting energy and strengthening the immune system. She believes strongly in the body’s innate ability to heal, given the chance.
She has a deep knowledge of muscular skeletal problems having started her career twenty years ago in a busy sports’ medicine clinic. She has treated athletes of many kinds including AFL players, dancers, cyclists, swimmers, runners and netballers. She has spent the last 5 years intensively studying the treatment of pain using a specific method of acupuncture (DNA).
Sandie has a particular interest in women’s health. She likes to offer young women a way to alleviate menstrual pain through natural means and enjoys being able to help middle-aged women who are experiencing debilitating symptoms through the menopausal years.
Sandie is the mother of three teenagers and appreciates the demands of juggling family and working life. She balances her busy routine with yoga, regular meditation and spending time with her family in the country.
Advanced Diploma of Health Science, Acupuncture
Diploma of Chinese Medicine.
Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA)
Government registered with Chinese Medicine Registration Board Australia (#CMR0001739355)
Government COVID-19 Infection Control Certificate
Bachelor of Commerce, Melbourne University
Bachelor of Arts, Melbourne University