“Health is a state of body, wellness is a state of being”
About our practitioner.
Who is the Which Doctor?
Dr Chloe Stubberfield grew up in a small country town on the Murray River. Despite being raised in a traditional western household she was exposed to natural medicine from a young age. Her mother ensured she visited the chiropractor as well as the GP as a part of her health maintenance and expressed the importance of limiting toxic chemicals in the household. From here Chloe developed a passion for health which culminated in her enrolling in Chinese Medicine at RMIT University.
After completing the 5 year double degree of App Sci (Human Biology)/ App Sci (Chinese Medicine) she completed a clinical internship in Nanjing, China for 4 months. Here she gathered further knowledge on the history and clinical application of acupuncture in a hospital setting. Since then Dr Stubberfield has worked in both the city and the country, treating a variation of disorders and ailments and further mastering her craft. She has completed post graduate training in paediatric care, fertility and functional medicine as well as previous training in musculoskeletal complaints as a qualified Level 1 sports trainer. Dr Chloe uses a combination of acupuncture, cupping, herbal medicine and supplements to give you an individualised program that will help you on your health journey.
The culmination of all this experience led Dr Chloe to beginning her journey as a sole practitioner and begin her passion project, The Which Doctor! She has a special interest in women’s health, fertility and whole family wellbeing and by using a holistic approach ensures she provides the most effective treatment plan possible. Dr Chloe’s treatment style is warm and engaging as she enjoys connecting with her clients and creating the most relaxed environment possible so true healing can begin.
Dr Stubberfield is registered with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency) as well as AACMA (Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association). She completed a double degree at RMIT University of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine)/ Applied Science (Human Biology) in 2013, graduating with 1st Class Honours.