Dr. Henry (Liming) Liang is qualified Chinese herbal medicine practitioner and acupuncturist registered by the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia. He is currently practising at West Ryde Medical Centre. Dr. Liang is also the supervisor for University Clinic and lecturer at University of Western Sydney Australia.
As a Chinese medicine practitioner and academic since 1983, Dr. Liang is specializing in supportive care for cancer patients with Chinese medicine. He is also strong interests in many chronic conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic constipation or diarrhoea, chronic urinary tract infection (UTI), headaches and migraine, chronic insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), eczema etc. Dr. Liang is unique in bringing scientific evidence on Chinese medicine into his individualized patient’s management.
Dr Henry Liang first received his Bachelor’s in Chinese Medicine (5-year course) from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (GUCM) in China in 1983. There he equipped with solid foundation of knowledge in Chinese medicine and conventional medicine. He then passed the national entry exam to obtained further study in Master’s course in clinical Chinese medicine classics at GUCM for 3 years and awarded the Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine in 1996.
From 1983 to 1990, Henry worked as a physician and later a senior physician at internal medicine department of the hospital affiliated to GUCM. Fortunately he had worked with and been supervised by several renowned Chinese medicine experts including Professor Shichang Liu, one of the most eminent Chinese medicine experts in China. Henry had acquired extensive skills and experience in treating varies internal diseases and illnesses with integration of Chinese medicine and conventional medicine.
In 1990, Henry Liang moved toAustraliaand started his private practice. Since then, he has focused on using Chinese medicine as complementary approach and supportive care for cancer patients. He had been constantly supported and academically guided by Professor Daihan Zhu at GUCM, the pioneer and world leader in the field of Chinese medicine oncology. Henry Liang then enrolled in his doctoral training at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia, and engaged in his research on the efficacy and safety of Chinese medicine for lung cancer. He awarded PhD in 2004.
Dr. Henry Liang held several academic leadership positions, including the Principal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1997 – 2005), and the Head of Chinese Medicine Program at the University of Western Sydney (2005 – 2009). His research and successful cases have been published widely in professional and medical journals. He is regularly asked to present at the leading seminars and congresses both in Australia and overseas.