Specialist for general medicine with focus on
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture and Chinese Phytotherapy
"Highly effective Asian medical traditions often make excellent complements to Western approaches - or sometimes open up entirely new possibilities."
In addition to her medical studies, Dr. Martina Bucar completed a course of study in acupuncture from 1998 to 2004, which she completed with the Austrian Medical Diploma for Acupuncture.
After successfully completing her doctorate at the University of Graz, she began her training as a specialist in general medicine, including stations in numerous hospitals in Austria and Bavaria (graduation in 2010). From 2005 to 2007 she worked as an assistant physician at the TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Clinic Silima, specializing in internal and Chinese medicine. In the same clinic she worked as an outpatient doctor for Traditional Chinese Medicine with a focus on Chinese Phytotherapy from 2010 to 2014.
After a two-year break for children, several further training courses followed from 2015 to 2018, including in IST diagnostics according to Dr. Fonk and in mesotherapy. In addition, there was a yoga teacher training in Munich as well as further training in classical Chinese phytotherapy and Balancing Acupuncture according to Dr. Tan.
Dr. Martina Bucar has extensive experience and in-depth knowledge in the fields of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture and Chinese Phytotherapy.
Study-accompanying training in acupuncture, completion of the acupuncture training with the Austrian medical diploma for acupuncture
Doctorate (Dr. med. univ.) at the University of Graz
Training as a general practitioner in hospitals in Austria and Bavaria
Assistant physician at the TCM Clinic Silima under the direction of Dr. Fritz Friedl with focus on internal and Chinese medicine
Return to the TCM Clinic Silima as an outpatient doctor for Trad. Medicine, focus on Chinese Phytotherapy
Advanced training in IST diagnostics according to Dr. Fonk, mesotherapy, yoga teacher training in Munich, advanced training in classical Chinese phytotherapy according to Dr. Scheid, Balancing Acupuncture according to Dr. Tan