Technology use in healthcare is expanding, and learning technologies currently predominate in tertiary education. However, despite the fact that complementary medicine (CM) is a significant part of modern healthcare, little empirical research has been done on the education of current and future CM practitioners. In direct response, our study investigates how CM professors and students view clinical CM practise and education in relation to health and learning technology. In these CM educational environments, there may be discrepancies in how academics and students perceive telehealth in particular. In an area where the “development of professional character” is valued highly, academics voiced reluctance to totally rely on innovations to train practitioners.