Chinese herbalist and acupuncturist

Robin Marchment is a registered Chinese herbalist and acupuncturist with over 20 years’ experience, focusing on personalised care for each individual. Robin believes it is essential to listen to the patient and understand their needs and priorities to provide the best care and treatment. For this reason, up to an hour and a half is set aside for the initial consultation, and between 45-60 minutes for follow-ups.

'Maru Chinese Medicine' is at Suite 104, 1st floor, 160 Union Rd, Surrey Hills, Victoria

To book an appointment please phone 0409 139 157

Registered Chinese herbalist

Chinese medicine incorporates a number of different methods of treatment sharing the same underpinning principles.  Your practitioner will choose which of these suits you and your condition.

Registered acupuncturist

Robin treats patients using a combination of methods including acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, guasha, Chinese remedial massage, Tuina-anmo.

About Robin Marchment

Webinars & Courses

Robin Marchment has joined forces with China Books Melbourne and Net of Knowledge in Canada to share her clinical experience in a series of recorded lectures

  • Dysmenorrhoea Endometriosis Uterine Bleeding (3½ h)

  • PCOS: Clinical research & treatment approaches (1¾ h)

  • Fertility: The Clinical Reality (13 hours)

  • Issues in the Postpartum Period (1½ h) FREE

  • Pregnancy Childbirth & the Postpartum (10 hours)

  • Requirements Responsibilities Complaints (4 hours)


Gynaecology Revisited

Gynaecology Revisited is a skilful blend of Chinese medicine concepts and Western anatomy and physiology.  Jane Lyttleton wrote: “In the age of the information explosion, of increasing complexity in all facets of life and of weighty 800 page textbooks, it is a pleasure to be able to introduce a gynaecology text which gives us the whole story in a concise but complete form.”

Chinese for TCM Practitioners

Chinese for TCM Practitioners teaches simple spoken Chinese and the terminology of Chinese medicine. The text includes simple everyday phrases, classic quotes and proverbs, Chinese medicine terminology, historical milestones in Chinese Medicine and a table of the Chinese dynasties.

Shang Han Lun Explained

Shang Han Lun Explained is a translation and discussion of the classic text Shang Han Lun, written by the Han dynasty physician Zhang Zhong Jing in 200 AD. This represented a huge leap in medical knowledge, analysing the aetiology, pathogenesis and complications of a broad range of conditions, from acute respiratory tract infections to complications of disease.

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