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.

Rayen Wang
Remedial Therapist



Diploma of Remedial Massage

The Australian College of Eastern Medicine

Remedial therapy is an extension of remedial massage and involves the application of several physical skills helping to assist in alleviating bodily aches, pains, discomforts and physical limitations. It is a holistic system that treats the body as a whole and traces the discomfort back to its original source, healing both the cause of the illness as well as the symptoms.

Rayen is currently studying for her Batchelor of Traditional Chinese medicine. As a remedial therapist Rayen aims to balance the length, tone, and tension of the muscles and tendons. This helps restore the correct position of the bones, increase blood and fluid flow, and help heal injuries.

Rayen will ask the patient about their health before performing different techniques tolocate and repair the damaged areas of the body. She will deeply penetrate and stimulate the muscles associated with the problem and may also perform stretches, acupressure and cupping on different parts of the body to help the client return to their optimum health.

Remedial therapy stimulates blood supply, makes joints more mobile, and helps repair damaged tissues. It also helps in easing and stabilising the muscles which can improve conditions such as headaches, abdominal pain, and low back pain.