Wade James – Chinawest Clinic Fremantle
Wade James is a Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist and Chinese Herbal Medicine Dispenser with over 30 years experience.
Wade has a Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the University of Technology Sydney. He has worked in hospitals in China in both acupuncture and Chinese Herbal clinics over many years.
He has a wide experience treating general health problems from work and sporting injuries to chronic health conditions.
He has particular interests in lingering or recurring illnesses, infertility and IVF support, menopause, digestive complaints, and children’s health.
He is a member and Fellow of The Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
He is a Registered with AHPRA as an Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner and Chinese Herbal Dispenser.
Registration number: CMRCMR0001717159
Classical Chinese Medicine
Over the last decade Wade has focused on the roots of Chinese medicine completing post graduate training in classical Chinese medicine. This has enabled him to address the deepest health issues by restoring the body’s ability to resolve illness.
Academic and International Interests
Wade has an ongoing commitment to the development of the TCM profession in WA, Nationally and internationally. He co-ordinated the delivery of the first professional four year program in Traditional Chinese Medicine in Perth that has over 50 graduates. As a Director of Chinawest Pty Ltd they distribute the highest quality Chinese herbs nationally to TCM practitioners. He is a Director of The Shanghai International TCM Seminars, a new and innovative event held in Shanghai. Through extensive travel in China he has established training links to several leading TCM hospitals for Australian and International TCM students and practitioners. And he has presented academic papers at National and International TCM conferences.
The West Australian Column
Wade writes a regular column for the Mind and Body section in The West Australian Newspaper. Articles can be viewed in the right hand column.