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Top 15 Acupuncturists In Vancouver 2017

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    Acupuncturist

    1008 Homer Street Vancouver bc canada

    Monika's education began at UBC in Nutritional Sciences where she worked as a Wellness Educator. Today she integrates nutritional food cures in her practice alongside her training as a Registered Acupuncturist at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has postgraduate specialized training in myofascial pain, trigger point injection and prolotherapy. She singularly combines her knowledge of orthopedic acupuncture with the Dr. Vodder MLD lymphatic drainage and offers comprehensive pain management care. As a Registered Yoga Teacher with 800 hours of training she has a sincere desire to relieve her students' suffering with integrity and compassion. Passionate and dedicated, she guides all towards inspired self-care. Welcome to her practice.

    www.HeartwoodWellness.com

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    Acupuncturist

    1133 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Dr. Kim Graham graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver (ICTCM) in 2002 at the top of her class, completing 4 of her total 8 years of study in both Eastern and Western medicine. Upon her graduation from ICTCM in 2002, and successful completion of the Provincial Acupuncture licensing exam, she furthered her studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine to include the treatment of Addiction and Mental Illness which were of special interest to her. Since then, she has continued to work with addicted and mentally ill populations throughout Vancouver, Richmond, North and West Vancouver, BC.

    www.drkimtcm.com

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    Acupuncturist

    2786 West 16th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    I’m a registered Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes licensing as a registered acupuncturist and a registered TCM herbalist. I began my career in health with a Bachelors degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph in Ontario where I learned how uniquely different each human body is from the next and how truly amazing we are. Next stop was Japan, where I did research at Ehime Medical University and fully experienced the eastern values of holism—the understanding that all parts are interconnected. When I returned to Canada, it was my happy destiny to complete the 4-year training for Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the International College of TCM in Vancouver. As part of the program, I spent three months interning at two hospitals in China.

    www.activetcm.com

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    Acupuncturist

    1750 East 10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    As a native Vancouverite I have always enjoyed an active lifestyle with yoga, biking, snowboarding, swimming, dance and hiking. I have always had an interest in health, fitness, the human body, food and nature. For the longest time I had no idea that all these seemingly different interests could be wrapped up into one profession – Traditional Chinese Medicine. When I first became curious about TCM I was living in Taiwan, a place that is very modern and traditional at the same time. I loved the herbal shops there and drank a lot of medicinal tea. It was fascinating for me to have my pulse read by doctor even though I often didn’t fully understand what was going on. It was also in Taiwan I witnessed the amazing therapeutic benefits of acupuncture as well as received advice at the markets on which fruits and vegetables I should be eating or avoiding according to my skin and body constitution. I began reading general knowledge books on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. I found the system very different to what I learnt during my Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. Although it was a different way of looking at the body and health/illness it resonated with me with respect to achieving balance, living in tune with your environment, taking into consideration emotional and mental wellbeing as well as the interconnectedness of all aspects of the body.

    drforan.ca

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    Acupuncturist

    1008 Homer St, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Welcome to Glow Acupuncture and Wellness Center, located in Yaletown, in downtown Vancouver. Our goal is to provide the finest holistic health care as a pathway to health, longevity, and wellbeing. We recognize that each patient is an individual whose state of wellbeing is uniquely affected by lifestyle, emotions, diet, habits, environment, and outlook. Thus, we acknowledge that each person's requirements will differ from those of another. We endeavour to create trusting and respectful partnerships so that each patient may participate with knowledge and confidence in his or her own healing process. Some of the holistic therapies offered at Glow are over 5000 years old and others have been developed within the last 20 years. Although they differ considerably in the way they treat imbalance of the body, mind, and spirit, they are all effective ways to achieve harmony and balance. We provide a variety of services including: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine, Registered Massage Therapy, Osteopathy, Hypnotherapy, Classical Five Element Acupuncture, Counselling, Reiki, Homeopathy, Jin Shin Do, Ohashiatsu, Nutritional Counselling, , Bodywork, and EMDR.

    www.glowellness.com

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    Acupuncturist

    981 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Vivien Hsiung is a Registered Acupuncturist with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia. Vivien graduated from the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Victoria BC and interned at Pacific Rim College. Dedicated to continuing education, Vivien has advanced her skill set in the areas of Facial Rejuvenation and Sports Therapy Acupuncture. Vivien is interested in bridging the divide between Eastern and Western medicine. Focusing on educating her patients and improving body awareness alongside treatment to gain optimal results is a focal point in the treatment course. Vivien strives to educate each patient on the practice of Chinese Medicine and to make it relevant to the patients condition, allowing for them to identify patterns in their lifestyle to facilitate change.

    www.acupoint.ca

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    Acupuncturist

    38 Fell Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Brad Matthews, Dr. TCM, R. Ac, grew up in beautiful Deep Cove in North Vancouver, and still makes North Vancouver his home. A lifelong sports enthusiast, he became a competitive triathlete and Ironman finisher in his 40’s. With his love of sport – and by extension his personal experiences and struggles with pain, injury, and training – combined with his passion for holistic medicine, Brad is well-suited to treat people just like you. Brad focusses his practice almost entirely on the treatment of acute and chronic pain, sports injuries, and athletic enhancement. He has done post-graduate training with well-known traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Sports Medicine practitioners such as Matt Callison, Whitfield Reeves, and Robert Chu. He is also trained and certified by the Blatman International Myofascial Academy in pain management using acupuncture injection therapies, trigger point therapies, and prolotherapy.

    northvanpainclinic.com

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    Acupuncturist

    1529 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    True health is more than just not feeling sick. It means that you are functioning at you highest level. Your body is in balance, your mind is alert and your spirit is calm. You have the energy you need to get the most out of each and every day. Every aspect of your body, mind, and spirit, is strong and balanced. Acupuncture treatments can help you achieve and maintain this level of wellness. ~ Wendy Lind Wendy Lind has been a practitioner and participant in the health and wellness industry for over thirty years. After suffering an accumulation of sports injuries over the years, Wendy could no longer run or ski. She discovered the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) and Acupuncture, first hand. A series of treatments changed her entire outlook on health and gave her back the ability to enjoy an active lifestyle once again. It also set her on a new path in life.

    raindropsacupuncture.com

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    Acupuncturist

    1764 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Shekoufeh (Fatima) has finished her 5 years of extensive training in Chinese Medicine in Vancouver, BC. She holds a doctor of Chinese Medicine Diploma and currently is registered as Acupuncturist with CTCMA, Chinese Medicine regulatory body in BC. Shekoufeh was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. Since her childhood she was exposed to natural/alternative medicine through homemade decoctions and medicinal herbs. It took her several years after immigrating to Canada and receiving her Bachelor of Science in Biology from UBC that she realized Chinese Medicine is what she wants to choose as a career. Chinese Medicine provides a great combination of mind-body-emotion aspect of a person that she was eager to learn.

    www.shekoufeh-hozouri.com

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    Acupuncturist

    809 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Debbie Lee graduated from Vancouver’s International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ICTCMV) from the 5 year Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program. Her studies include completing a two-month practicum at Taiwan’s China Medical University Hospital, the leading teaching hospital in the country. She is a Registered Acupuncturist in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia (CTCMA). Debbie successfully treats a wide variety of disorders including stress management, sleeping disturbances such as insomnia, allergy elimination using the NAET® technique, digestive disturbances, flu & colds prevention, womens disorders including PMS and menopause, and chronic fatigue. Incorporating her Kinesiology background with N.E.T. (Neuro-Emotional technique) and Dr. Richard Tan’s Balance Method, she effectively treats and provides rehabilitation techniques on any pain issues including sciatica, shoulders, neck and back pain, headaches and migraines, to name a few.

    debbieleetcm.com

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    Acupuncturist

    2678 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Kiran’s passion for the practice of traditional Chinese medicine stems from her interest in looking at health and wellness from a holistic point of view. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) provides the tools and perspective to engage with patients and help them examine all aspects of their lives on their path to optimal health. Kiran is a registered Acupuncturist and a member of The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia (CTCMA). She is a graduate from the Acupuncturist program at the International College of TCM in Vancouver BC. One of the main focuses of Kiran’s practice includes treating mental health issues including: Stress, Anxiety and Depression. With Acupuncture, Kiran has had a high success rates in helping her patients deal with and manage their mental health issues, using a complimentary and drug free approach. Kiran is able to help her patients identify and treat the root of the issue rather than just addressing the symptoms.

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    Acupuncturist

    678 Leg in Boot Square, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Dr. Gabrielle Steinberg has been working in health and wellness since 1998. Inspired to support people in their innate capacities to heal, she has studied a wide range of therapies in order to provide very comprehensive, holistic and supportive treatments. Dr. Steinberg opened Harmony Wellness in 2007 with the vision of bringing together practitioners of different types in one place to provide clients with high levels of integrated health care. She is a Doctor of Chinese medicine, Registered acupuncturist, Holistic nutritionist and Craniosacral therapist. In order to provide her clients with expertise in manual therapies she has also studied and been certified in Shiatsu acupressure massage and reflexology, and has taken courses in deep tissue and fascial work as well as other forms of massage.

    integratedhealthoptions.ca

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    Acupuncturist

    1200 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Dr. Harreson Caldwell has been involved in alternative healthcare for over 25 years, 17 of that in Traditional Chinese Medicine. With his private practice in Vancouver, BC since 1991, Dr. Caldwell was educated in Saint Petersberg, at the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, at the International College of TCM in Vancouver, and the Guang Zhou University Hospital (Mainland China's largest teaching hospital). Most of our illnesses have deep roots in our core beliefs. Our beliefs become our biology.

    www.caldwellclinic.com

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    Acupuncturist

    507 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Working as a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (RTCMP) and Registered Acupucnturist (RAc) since 2005, I have developed a deep understanding of using Chinese Medicine to improve health. Chinese Medicine is an effective holistic medicine that incoporates several healing modalities including acupuncture, acupressure, tuina massage, counselling, diet therapy and nutrition, cupping, gua sha-scraping, herbal oils and aromatherpy and chinese herbal medicine. I love that an individual can come into the clinic with a variety of health issues and different modalities of Chinese Medicine can be used to bring them to a more balanced state of health. Soon after we begin treatment, the patient begins to feel better, their belief in their ability to heal is strengthened and their health and happiness in life improve.

    www.crossroadsnaturopathic.com

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    Acupuncturist

    828 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    After receiving his Dr. of Chinese Medicine at Vancouver’s International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Lorne received extensive postgraduate training in gynecology, obstetrics, and reproductive medicine. Dr. Brown published the Acubalance Fertility Diet which is made available for free from the Acubalance website. Internationally known for his pioneering work as an educator and advocate for integrated fertility care, Lorne was one of the first board certified fellows of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (FABORM). He also contributed greatly to the advancement of Reproductive Chinese Medicine in North America by founding ProDSeminars.com and Medigogy.com. Together, these two sites constitute the largest online source for continuing education and seminars on Chinese medicine for reproductive health.

    www.acubalance.ca

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    Acupuncturist

    3523 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Harris graduated from the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Victoria BC with his Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Since then he has completed advanced study and internships with doctors of TCM in Victoria, Whitehorse, as well as in hospitals in China. Harris continues to add to his knowledge base with courses in pain management, stress management, endocrinology and fertility. Prior to moving to Vancouver, his clinical experience was in the fields of women’s health, fertility and men’s health at the Elements of Health Centre as well as preparing couples for assisted reproductive treatments at the Victoria Fertility Centre. In joining Yinstill Reproductive Wellness centre this focus on reproductive health continues to be at the forefront of Harris’ expertise in conjunction with a strong skill set in treating pelvic pain, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and menstrual irregularities. In 2009, Harris was involved in pilot study validating the effects of Acupuncture treatment for vulvar pain that was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

    yinstill.com

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