Welcome to South African Tibb Association 

SATA promotes and supports Unani-Tibb practitioners and students registered with the Association and acts in the interests of its members on all matters relating to the Unani Tibb profession.  


The shift towards Integrative Medicine and patient centered care means that we are uniquely positioned to fulfill the need of the hour.  The South African Healthcare system and communities needs our services.  

Take charge of your health.

We at Unani-tibb recognise that every individual is unique and therefore recognises that each of us are predisposed to various illness if the harmonious balance of this composition is not maintained.

Find out how you can correct this.

The AHPCSA is a statutory health body that is mandated to regulate all allied health professions which includes Unani Tibb, Therapeutic Reflexology, Phytotherapy, Naturopathy, Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, Ayurveda etc.

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  • Bioethics and Jurisprudence
    The South African Tibb Association is Hosting a CPD approved ethics for AHPCSA professionals. Date: 13th April 2024 at 14h00 Venue: Saartjie Baartman Centre, Surrey Estate, Cape Town Presenters: Dr Brad, Medico-legal expert CPD: 4 Register [read more]
  • Cupping therapy
    An Ancient technique used for centuries in the treatment and prevention of verious conditions.  It utilises vaccum custion cups that are applied to the skin on specific points on the body related to specific organs and energy channels. It increases the blood flow to the specific areas used to [read more]
  • Natural remedies for a Headache
    Headaches often get brushed aside as nothing more than a common complaint, a quit-your-whining-and-start-working type of thing…if only. While many people suffer them at one point or another, rarity is not the best way to judge just how nasty something can be. The pain of a headache can make [read more]
  • The benefits of Indian Head Massage
    It sounds divine doesn’t it?  A real treat. But actually, Indian Head Massage isn’t simply a ‘treat’ – the benefits are really rather crucial and can assist with a variety of physical and emotional problems and concerns. Here’s a few of them: 1. Helps prevent migraines, headaches and back pain [read more]