• Currently operating a private general health practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. He offers treatments for many health ailments. Current professional practice includes acupuncture, Chinese herbal prescriptions, Traditional Chinese Medicine evaluation & diagnosis, non-needle TCM treatments include: cupping, gua sha, tui na, acupressure, micro-current stimulation, medicated taping, and qigong therapy.

  • Chinese Medicine is all about prevention – a principle which is so important to me. There was a time in China where the Chinese Medicine practitioners would only get rewarded financially when their patients were healthy. This encouraged them to focus on getting the patients well, then keeping them well with prevention.

  • Prior to immigrating to Canada in 1997, Hui was an attending physician at the Second Hospital of the Kunming Medical College (China) from 1983-1995. During her tenure of 12 years in China, Hui was extensively involved in clinical work; she was sought out as a lecturer and was involved as well in research work. In 1999, Hui opened up her own acupuncture clinic in Barrhaven, serving the Nepean and the greater Ottawa area.

  • Chao-shang Chou is a Registered Acupuncturist and TCM practitioner. Moving to Canada in her early twenties, Chao initially continued in her studies in the field of history, anthropology and philosophy. Her upbringing and her personal experiences with the limitations of the mainstream medicine inevitably impelled her to return to TCM. She started to share her TCM knowledge with her circle of friends and family and gradually transformed into a strong believer in the holistic approach of TCM towards human health, finally going down the path of becoming a full-fledged TCM practitioner and acupuncturist. Since becoming a member of the College of TCM Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario, Chao has been providing the full scope of TCM practice in Ottawa: acupuncture, herbal formulas, Chinese Massage (Tui Na), acupressure, cupping and moxa, as well as dietary advice, meditation, Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Yoga (for which she holds a teaching certificate).

  • Although Antonio enjoys treating all types of diseases, he is particularly interested in acute and chronic pain, chronic degenerative conditions, digestion disorders, and anything that challenges his knowledge and pushes him to new understandings. His interest in the field of Integrative medicine began years ago when he resided in Italy. After experiencing the remarkable benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine first hand, Antonio’s desire to learn was ignited and has since steered his life completely through to this direction.

  • Wei Yuan came to Ottawa to pursue his studies in the history of medicine at the University of Ottawa in 1989. When people in the University knew Wei's TCM background, they started to ask him for Chinese medicine treatments. Mr. André Brossard, then the international student advisor, became Wei's first patient. Our friends with their extend families, our classmates and teachers, our landlord and neighbours, and others with whom we were coming into contact including our financial advisors and hairdressers were all using our services.

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