Vicky Elderton (Hsiang-wen Shih)
Director of Spring of Life Therapy
TCM Practitioner / Registered NDIS Provider
Master of Research (Chinese Medicine: Spinal Chord Injury)
Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Bachelor of Health Science
Western Sydney University
Internship at Nanjing TCM hospital, China
Nanjing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Diploma of Remedial Therapy
The Australian College of Eastern Medicine
Vicky was born and educated in Taiwan and has lived in Australia for the past 20 years.
She has long held the belief that our bodies are more than a combination of chemical reactions and electrical impulses. When ill health occurs, Vicky employs a holistic and comprehensive approach to understanding causes of the problem based on profound and ancient Chinese wisdom.
She endeavours to communicate this clearly to the patient along with associated procedures enabling a combined healing process where she is the facilitator of the patient's own healing.
Vicky is experienced in assessing a wide range of conditions including women's health, insomnia, tinnitus, infertility, weight loss, cancer support, Bell's palsy, sport injury and more.
She also provides therapeutic support for spinal cord injury, stroke, brain injury, MS and Parkinson's.
At Spring Of Life Therapy, we offer a comprehensive range of therapies for pain relief, relaxation and support for various ailments.
The clinic is located in Moss Vale in the beautiful Southern Highlands of NSW.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Diploma of Remedial Massage
TAFE of Macquarie Fields
Certificate IV of Assisting in Nursing
TAFE of Queensland
Pang trained in traditional Thai massage in her home country of Thailand.
She has been working in the remedial and Thai massage industry in Australia for the past 7 years.
In that time she has honed her skills and experience as a professional massage therapist.
Pang sees therapeutic massage as a valuable tool for the health and care of mind and body, providing stress relief, improved circulation, muscular relaxation and injury prevention.
Pang is a friendly and warm therapist with a genuine care for the wellbeing of her clients.