Kaitlin Edin has a passion for the medicine of acupuncture, moxa, meridian therapy and Japanese acupuncture styles. She began her studies informally in Japan in the late 90’s and completed her formal training in Australia in 2008. In 2013 she finished three years of extensive postgraduate skills based training in Meridian Therapy & Classical Acupuncture techniques and continues her training with teachers in Japan, Taiwan, America and Australia, to ensure she is always developing her technique and deepening her understanding of the medicine.

Kaitlin Edin has a passion for the medicine of acupuncture, moxa, meridian therapy and Japanese acupuncture styles.
She began her studies informally in Japan in the late 90’s and completed her formal training in Australia in 2008. In 2013 she finished three years of extensive postgraduate skills based training in Meridian Therapy & Classical Acupuncture techniques and continues her training with teachers in Japan, Taiwan, America and Australia, to ensure she is always developing her technique and deepening her understanding of the medicine.

 

Kaitlin Edin OMD
BA, BHSc(TCM), GradDipEd,
DipRM, Manaka Cert, Toyohari Cert.

Kaitlin Edin has been in private practice since 2009 and has worked in a variety of clinical situations including group, team and research practice. She worked for a number of years in IVF support, Acupuncture research, Health Literacy projects and under RC Trial conditions.

Her approach is systematic, gentle and individually tailored to address the root cause of any issue that has brought people to seek treatment. She treats babies and children, as well as women and men across all stages of their lives.

Assisting people to reach and maintain their physical, emotional, neurological and cognitive wellbeing is the focus of all treatments.

Kaitlin is AHPRA Registered and listed will all private health funds. She uses HICAPS for rebate processing.

Kaitlin’s clinical interests include: the discharge and integration of Heart shock, Trauma and PTSD,
neurological conditions and challenges,
acute and chronic pain,
general health and wellbeing with ageing.