Mark completed his internship at Shu Guan Hospital Shanghai, China and graduated with a double degree from Victoria University in 2008. As part of his community based practice he travelled to New Haven, Connecticut in 2012 to participate in a 6 day conference at Yale University on Auricular acupuncture for acu detox. Since 1996 Mark has been building a solid foundation and reputation as a nationally accredited coach in internal martial arts (Tai Chi, Ba Gua Zhang and Xing Yi Chuan) and in 2001, 2003 and 2004 won national competitions. His achievements clearly demonstrate his competence, diligence and insightful knowledge in the magnum opus of Chinese medicine.Mark was the past Chair of the Victorian state committee of Australian Acupuncture Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
In private practice Mark applies a range of different types of treatments according to the Chinese medicine diagnostic approach and integrates it to tread a variety of health conditions. These methods are very good for resolving or managing modern day stressors that lead to difficult to treat acute/chronic muscular pain and spasms. Internal medicine is also included in the paradigm improving such conditions as insomnia, chronic fatigue, anxiety, chest palpitations, depression, respiratory disease, colds/flu, gastrointestinal disease, abdominal distension/pain, infertility, menopause, PMS and morning sickness.