Bahar has graduated as an acupuncturist from Australian institute of Applied sciences. Her work as an acupuncturist was preceded by 6 years experience as a general practitioner. She has a clear understanding of both forms of medicine (western and eastern medicine).
As well as her clinical work, Bahar has facilitated and taken part in workshops and information sessions for women’s health and medical ethics.
She is currently teaching as a tutor and clinical coach for medical students (so called PBL/CBL classes) at University of Queensland -Mayne medical school- and Griffith University. She holds a Doctorate Degree in medicine (Shahid Beheshti University of medical sciences in Tehran-WHO approved university) and an advanced diploma of in Acupuncture (AIAS, Brisbane campus). She has passed courses of homeopathy; medical education and medical and cosmetics acupuncture as well as her mentioned educational experiences.
Previously a General practitioner, Bahar’s first six years as a health practitioner were spent mostly on caring for women’s and children’s health and infertility accompanied with medical and psychological conditions. Her years of experience as a general practitioner were passed in different units of teaching hospitals, her own private practice and rural areas.
Every human being is valued and important mentally and physically. I believe holistic therapies that avoid the possible hazards of chemical drugs side effects, are of proved efficacy for human’s health and provide balance between mind, body and spirit.