Gali Stoffman, MD, graduated Tel Aviv University School of Medicine, in 1997. She then studied Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as Theory of Stems and Branches, and specialized in Pediatrics.
At present, Dr. Stoffman practices integrative pediatric medicine and is head of the pediatric unit in Refuot-Meditaf clinic of Dr. Yair Maimon, in Tel Aviv, as well as a private integrative pediatric clinic in Rehovot, Israel.
In addition to her clinical activities, for the past eleven years, Dr. Stoffman has been teaching Pediatric Chinese Medicine in various academic institutions, including the Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University Schools of Medicine. In the past few years, she has led and taught an intensive 1 year post-graduate course for the treatment of children using TCM, along with Mr. Julian Scott.
Until recently, Dr. Stoffman has served as chairman of the Pediatric Section in the International Congress of Chinese Medicine (ICCM), in Israel. She is a member of the Board of the Israeli Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine, and was previously head of the National Board Examination Committee.
Dr. Stoffman has written a chapter about Pediatric Insomnia for a book titled "Behandlung von Schlafstörungen", along side Dr. Y. Maimon, Dr. S. Englert and Dr. H. Montakab, published by Verlag Müller & Steinicke München, published in Germany.