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Acupuncture has a broad range of applications such as pain management and rehabilitation. By introducing fine needles into specific points across your body at various depths, acupuncture encourages the body’s natural healing process.


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Chao Yan received his BSc from the University of Waterloo with honours. He later graduated from North America Chinese Traditional Medicine College (NACTMC), specialized in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

Chao is happy to provide acupuncture as well as TCM herbology support to help patients who are seeking alternative treatment.

To book an appointment or find out rates:

Call 647-406-8989


How does Acupuncture work?


Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles at strategic points in your body through the skin. The practice, used for ages by Chinese practitioners is used to balance energy and to encourage the body’s natural healing process.


Acupuncture can also be used to stimulate muscles, nerves, and tissues which in turn stimulate the body's natural painkillers. The needles used in acupuncture are so thin that it is rare for people to feel any pain. All needles are sterile, and for single use. Acupuncture is increasing in popularity in recent years.

Benefits of Acupuncture


Today, acupuncture is used to relieve more than just pain. There are numerous benefits to getting acupuncture treatment.


Acupuncture improves the quality of your sleep. Have you struggled to fall or stay asleep at night? Acupuncture can increase the body's ability to produce the sleep hormone, melatonin. With more melatonin production, you can expect a longer, deeper sleep.


Acupuncture can also help enhance your mood, give you a boost of energy and even support your immune system. Contact us today to learn more and book your first acupuncture appointment.

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