• Hi, I’m Clare.

    I help practitioners to get better outcomes for their patients. I teach Chinese medicine practitioners around the world how to integrate nutritional medicine and pathology testing into their practice. Practitioners using my approach have increased patient compliance, increased client retention, and have been able to unlock more challenging clinical cases than before.

Hi, I’m Clare.


I have spent 15 years working as a natural medicine doctor, and I never cease to be amazed by the new levels of healing that I see in my clinic.


Integrative TCM Guide to Pathology, written by the industry’s emerging expert on the topic: Clare Pyers, is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of analysing blood test results in a Chinese medicine framework. The clinically relevant information in this book is described in a level of detail never previously seen in an English language textbook.

Learn more about Clare’s book


As a companion to the full text Integrative TCM Guide: Pathology, Clare has also created an app that will act as the ultimate clinic reference to have beside you as you look over your patient’s pathology results. It will assist you to gain confidence when interpreting your patient’s blood test results into the language of Chinese medicine

Learn more about Clare’s app


In 2018 Clare will be presenting a Integrative TCM webinars on a range of topics. She is also presenting at IICMC2018 Supercharge Your Fertility conference in Melbourne, Australia. Clare is currently taking enquiries for speaking engagements in 2019.

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