Peter Haxell is a fully registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner (AHPRA, member: ATMS).
He is a graduate of Bachelor of Health Science, Chinese Medicine (a four-year degree) from the Southern School of Natural Therapies. As part of his degree he studied the most current scientific knowledge of human anatomy and clinical understanding of pathology, combined with the traditional wisdom of Eastern medicine. Peter also works with respected clinical mentors within the industry to fast-track his development as a practitioner to ensure you receive the highest level of care.
Peter is also currently studying a Diploma of Canonical Chinese Medicine at the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine, that focuses on the application of classical herbal formulas. This more advanced understanding of herbal formulas means you receive the highest level of expertise, so that you feel better sooner.
Cocoon acupuncture has opened it’s doors in Drouin Victoria, bringing a wealth of knowledge in Chinese Medicine to the local community.
‘Cocoon Acupuncture’ is bringing its expertise to Drouin, with the opening of its clinic in Drouin-Gippsland.
Cat Tyndall, joins a motivated and enthusiastic team of allied health practitioners in Drouin, bringing her unique perspective to the table. Both a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Paramedic, Cat has developed a passion for the treatment of a variety of health conditions. Special interest areas include; acute & chronic pain management, emotional health & wellbeing, digestive health and autoimmune conditions.
“In 2018, I had the opportunity to complete an internship in Nanjing China. Being over there in the hospitals was inspiring to me, especially seeing how the Eastern and the Western approaches work together to achieve outcomes for patients. My vision, involves increased awareness about what acupuncture is really great at treating and increased access to Chinese Medicine Practitioners in rural areas.”
At Cocoon Acupuncture, Cat Tyndall practices a full compliment of traditional Chinese techniques, including acupuncture, cupping, electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese Medicine dietetics and auricular therapy.
In our first review, we will examine the niche software for the event first aid industry known as pracflo from stratigence software.
Having been involved in the event first aid industry in the past, I was astounded by the lack of software available. This is where pracflo came in.
The software allows full quoting function, to quote up events that medical staff will be working at, through to finding staff to work the event by SMS or email notifications, allowing staff to express interest in a shift.
Once the event starts, pracflo allows patient care reports to be created and full management notes taken from within the easy to use app. Each staff member has their own login, and logs the treatment, and can export the PCR as a PDF file. The administrators are notified by custom alerts (Email/SMS or pushover) of any new cases that staff create in the field.
There is an live event feed to display on projectors, and audit functions for each case. Not to mention a basic version of CAD (Computer aided dispatch) which can dish out jobs to units in the field by SMS.
Once the event is over, a post event report can be generated and emailed to the client which shows fancy graphs and patient care statistics.
All in all, a very good program that wont cost you an arm and a leg. A must have if you are in the event first aid space.