Dr. Michelle LAW Pui Man
Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner)(HK)
BCM (CUHK) 香港中文大學中醫學士
PhD in Public Health (Family Medicine) (HK) 香港中文大學公共衛生學院（家庭醫學）博士
Former Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CUHK
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, School of Public Health, CUHK
Michelle was born in Hong Kong and studied Traditional Chinese Medicine in the School of Chinese Medicine at Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).
After obtaining her Bachelor Degree she pursued further postgraduate study at the Faculty of Medicine of the CUHK. She graduated from PhD (Family Medicine) study and her thesis is focused on acne vulgaris induced by hormone imbalance. She has been publishing papers at prestigious peer-reviewed journals.
Clinically, she has special interest in reproductive medicine and has extensive experience in treating patients with infertility or its associated problems.
Michelle is also the Visiting Consultant of The Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Michelle had clinical attachment and training at various hospitals and clinics before joining The Vitality Center, e.g. The Chinese Medicine Clinic on CUHK, Hong Kong; Kwong Wah Hospital Chinese Medicine General Outpatient Clinic, Hong Kong; Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Shenzhen; Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Guangdong; Department of General Practice and Primary Care, King’s College London, London; Centre for Complementary Healthcare and Integrated Medicine Faculty of Health & Human Sciences, Thames Valley University, London.
“Restoration of balance is essential for health preservation.”
Languages: English and Cantonese
A selection of Dr. Michelle’s publications and conference proceedings:
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Lee A, Molinari N. Acne prevalence and beyond – acne disability and its predictive factors amongst the late Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology 2010; 35(1); 16-21.
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Molinari N, Lee A. An Investigation of the Association Between Diet and Occurence of Acne: A Rational Approach from Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective. Clinical and Expertimental Dermatology 2010; 35(1); 31-35.
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Lee A. Validation of Cantonese Cardiff Acne Disability Index. Hong Kong Medical Journal 2009; 15:12-7.
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Lee A. Acne: its psychological consequences and management. Hong Kong Practitioner 2006; 28: 1-5.
- Chung V, Law MPM, Wong S, Mercer S, Grifiths S. Development Postgraduate Education for Chinese Medicine Practitioners: A Hong Kong. BMC Medical Education 2009; 9:10.
- Law MPM, Chuh A. A synopsis of acne vulgaris and its variants (in Chinese). Next Publications Ltd., Next Media Group, 2007 (ISBN 9789625778631)
- The dietary modification for patients with acne – from a Chinese Medicine perspective (Interview). Health Plus Magazine 2009; 108: 6-9
- Lee A, Law MPM, Chuh AAT. Common adolescent health problems would cause psychological disability – acne as an example. 36th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care. July 2007, London.
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Lee A, Molinari N. A clinical study investigating the unjustified association of diet and acne: a rational approach form traditional Chinese medicine perspective. International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research 2007. May 2007, Munich. Hosted by Centre for Complementary Medicine Research, Technical University of Munich in cooperation with the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research.
- Law MPM, Chuh AAT, Lee A, Molinari N. A more personalised approach: A randomised control trial on the effectiveness of traditional-Chinese-medicine-syndrome-tailored dietary advice for patients with acne. International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research 2010. May 2010, Tromso. Hosted by Centre for Complementary Medicine Research, National Research Centre in Alternative and Complementary Medicine of the University of Tromso in cooperation with the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research.