Who we are

We are a practice clinic and a research facility.

Director of clinic and research: Richard Malter Research Projects

Richard has granted Australian patents and international patent pending applications for new electromedical technology, devices and clinical applications that he has (co)invented. The development of these new electromedical devices has been supported and funded (2020-2021) by the Australian Government’s Medical Device Partnering Program in Victoria. Clinical applications of this new technology include non-invasive infection treatments without drugs, advanced wound healing, new pain treatments, and injured nerve regeneration and neural scar tissue reversal in both peripheral and central nervous systems.

During his clinical work, Richard developed a special interest in rethinking and developing non-destructive treatments for cancerous growths (neoplasms). He and his colleagues have full clinical case study documented including CAT scan, endoscopy and physical examination, confirmed cases of partial and complete reversal (disappearance) of multiple types of neoplasms, without any concurrent conventional oncological treatments given—no surgery, chemotherapy, nor radiotherapy; some of these clinical case studies are international peer review journal published.

Through collaboration with his friend and colleague, Geochemist, Walter Dibble Jr. PhD (1946-2015), between 2012-2015, Richard reproduced in a practice clinic environment for the first time some of the ground breaking research work of the William A Tiller Foundation, investigating and acquiring laboratory data evidence of other mostly unknown and probable co-factors in extraordinary clinical and healing outcomes. He has presented these findings at international medical-scientific meetings, and some of the documentation and data have been international peer review published [Malter, Woessner, JSHO, 2018].

Richard’s background in relation to the Electromedicine Clinic began over 20 years ago with his interest in traditional East Asian medicine that developed into a focus on electro-acupuncture and electro-therapeutics. His clinical and research work led to his attendance and later his presentations [Malter et al 2006-2013] at the (international symposiums of the) International College of Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics, USA, [New York State Boards for Medicine and Dentistry accredited Continuing Medical Education].

Senior Medical Advisor: James Woessner MD PhD Vita Publications

Dr. Woessner was born and raised on a farm, with an agriculture Bachelor’s Degree and subsequent coursework in permaculture, is a lifetime athlete (record holder and world championships) and a perpetual student (approximately 35 years of courses and training) with a medical specialty in physical medicine and rehabilitation. His medical career and interests are widely varied and encompass areas of pain, disability and medical legalwhich requires studying and reviewing material and records from all areas of medicine. From a young age, he has been exposed and utilized many areas of folk medicine (nutrition and home remedies), which includes much of CAM (complementary and alternative medicine). Many consider him a pioneer in electromedicine, which has naturally evolved into consideration and expertise in energy medicine. While also raising his grandson, he would like to share his extensive health and medical background and life experiences.

Assistant Clinical Practitioner: Alan Loader BHSc (Naturopathy).

Second Clinical Practitioner and Research Associate: Helen Tyrrell BHSc (Physiotherapy).

Practice Manager and Administration: Leanne Frawley.