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  • May Huang (R.TCM, R.Ac) has a passion for helping people like you live an emotionally balanced, and physically thriving life. Since 1987, She has helped thousands of patients with a variety of chronic health issues, ranging from depression and anxiety to digestive disorders to PMS to chronic pain. "Improving people's health is the greatest reward from my job. It gives me great pleasure to come home from work everyday and tell my daughter stories of how acupuncture has changed my patients' lives,"said May Huang. Her daughter, too, is now inspired to study acupuncture and integrate it into her career as a future physiotherapist. She is expected to graduate from University of Toronto's Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2015.

  • Richard Kwan is an experienced practitioner of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Chinese Nutritional therapy, Tuina massage and Medical Qi Gong. His practice integrates systems of Chinese medicine including Chinese, Japanese, Five Elements, Alchemy, Tung and Tan Style Acupuncture. Richard Kwan has extensive experience in chronic pain management, infertility and gynecological disorders, stress, anxiety and insomnia, digestive and skin disorders, asthma and allergies. Richard believes that a simple lifestyle promotes better health and he strives to empower his patients to become more proactive with their own health.

  • Shant Filo is a Registered Acupuncturist practicing in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for over 10 years and is in good standing with the profession’s respective college. His post-secondary schooling began at University of Toronto where his undergraduate studies included Cell and Molecular Biology and Human Physiology.

  • I believe that by integrating Eastern and Western medical traditions we can provide the best possible health care for patients. Currently, most doctors practice reactive medi­cine. Once they have an immediate problem under control, they devote virtually no time to patients’ ongoing health. True health care, by contrast, shows how to prevent dis­ease from recurring. Its practitioners address the whole body, teaching patients to change their lifestyles in ways that encourage better health while discouraging illness. The goal of Xiaolan Health Centre is to be a model for this superior approach to health care. We bring together the best of the world’s great medical traditions, taking the time required to assess, diagnose and develop an individual plan of treatment for each patient. At the same time, we educate people on what caused their health issues in the first place and give them the tools they need to achieve and sustain wellness throughout their lives. Our emphasis on thorough diagnosis eliminates needless treatments, speeds up recovery times and empowers patients to take better control of their long-term health. If this approach were widely adopted, it would bring a major improvement in the quality of care we offer our cit­izens. It would also yield significant financial savings in the health sector, freeing more resources for research.

  • Ryan completed his Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry degree at McMaster University with a minor in Biochemistry. After completing his schooling there, he moved back to Toronto to finally pursue his passion and complete the 4-year Chinese Medicine Practitioner program at the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine under the tutelage of very talented Doctors from China. Here he learned the theory and applications behind acupuncture and Chinese herbs. He is now registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO).

  • I have been working in the field of Acupuncture and TCM for almost 10 years and yet, I am still fascinated by the power of acupuncture in helping people find relief from ailments such as joint or body pain, anxiety, depression and mood disorders, insomnia, gynaecological conditions, managing the effects of chemotherapy/radiation therapy, digestive upsets and/or respiratory conditions (like the cold, flu, bronchitis, etc.). Over the past few years of my practice, I have developed a special passion for focusing on acupuncture for women's health conditions (missed periods, painful periods, fertility, IVF/IUI assistance, menopause, PMS/PMT) and joint pain management (arthritis, gout, lower back pain, sciatica, frozen shoulder, management of autoimmune symptoms that manifest in the joints such as ankylosing spondylitis, lupus, etc.).

  • Ryan Brooks has studied at the Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences in British Columbia and the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

  • Renee Pilgrim has been a practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine since 2009. In treating fertility, insomnia, digestive disorders, depression, anxiety and general acute and chronic pain conditions, Renee works with her patients to create change that increases vitality and helps them achieve life goals. She continues to draw from her roots from a rural community, her study of theatre arts, a healthy sexuality educator and councillor community builder and self-care advocate.

  • Healer. I’m a friendly, passionate, curious and sometimes humorous individual. I bring these qualities in taking on new challenges, continually learning and striving to make positive changes in my work. I am an acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese medicine, working in downtown Toronto.

  • With over 10 years experience as a successful registered Acupuncturist and Practitioner of TCM in Toronto, you can rest assured that you are in safe and capable hands with Drew Nesbitt. Drew is trained in two healthcare modalities: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Nutritional Consulting. If you are looking for Fertility Acupuncture in Toronto, you have come to the right place.When you become a client of Drew’s, you not only benefit from a fully qualified and registered TCM practitioner, but you receive individualized consultations that include modern diet, nutrition and supplement advice.

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