New practitioners at NIIM Sydney – Breeana Xiong, Lynn Joels & Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne

New practitioners at NIIM Sydney – Breeana Xiong, Lynn Joels & Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne

Date: 19-10-2018

NIIM Sydney recently welcomed Breeana Xiong, Lynn Joels & Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne. These talented practitioner bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to NIIM Sydney.

About the practitioners

Breeana Xiong

Breeana Xiong is a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner and qualified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine from the University of Western Sydney and the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine.

Breeana takes an integrative, holistic and evidence based approach to healthcare and stays up to date with current research in order to provide the most informed approaches to clinical care within her areas of expertise.

In her treatments, Breeana diagnoses her patient and prescribes individualised herbal formulas (granules and/or patents) along with customized acupuncture treatments. Individualisation is imperative as she believes that every patient is different and not just a textbook case, therefore she endeavours to work closely with her patients in order for them to feel supported and obtain the highest quality of care in Chinese Medicine in every step of their journey with her.

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Lynn Joels

Lynn is a Naturopath with a special interest in helping your little person stay healthy from birth and infancy through the teenage years and on in to adulthood.

Understanding the importance of a healthy pregnancy to help introduce a healthy child in to the world, Lynn likes to support the entire family from preconception, through pregnancy, birth and beyond to ensure everyone achieves optimal health.

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Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne

Stiofán is an osteopath, western medical acupuncture practitioner and mindfulness teacher.  Osteopathic medicine is a holistic philosophy of healthcare which considers health and well being to be the result of complex / dynamic integration of all the body’s systems, with the mind and spiritual, social and environmental realms.  In the osteopathic approach to health the body is seen as the ‘primary machine of life’ and dysfunction and strain patterns in the body need to be addressed in order to live as healthfully as we can. 

Learn more about Stiofán