Schedule:                                Location:

Mon, Tues, Thur, Sat     9:00am- 6:00pm                 Van. East

Wed, Fri & Sun                -  OFF   - 

 

 

Schedule:                               Location:

Mon - Sat                9:00am- 6:00pm                       Van. West     

                              (By appointment)

 

 

Jaelyn Tsao, R.A.C.

Jaelyn Tsao, a licensed acupuncturist who is experienced not only in acupunture practice but also has extensive knowledge and skills in nerve setting manipulation. Commonly known symptoms such as soreness and numbness of muscles or joint areas can be treated by hand manipulation. Through acupuncture treatment, the pain and soreness can be alleviated immediately. The combination of both techniques cured many patients who suffered chronic pains.

Schedule:                               Location:

Tues - Sat               By appointment only              Van. East     

 

 

Treatment fee:

Initial Acupuncture Treatment   

$60.00 (30 mins)

 

Initial Acupuncture Treatment   

$90.00 (60 mins)


Subsequent Treament

$50.00 (30 mins)

 

Subsequent Treament

$80.00 (60 mins)

What is Sanfutie (Summer Herbal Patch) and SanJiuTie (Winter Herbal Patch and how does it help me?

 

SanFuTie (三伏貼) and SanJiuTie (三九貼) are a procedure in traditional Chinese medicine in which medicated patches are placed on various acupuncture points on the body. Originating in the Qing dynasty, this method is based on the principle of 冬病夏治 (lit. winter disease, summer cure). As SanFu (三伏) is the hottest period on the Chinese calendar, it is considered a particularly suitable time for treating illnesses. Comparatively, SanJiu (三九) is the coldest period on the chinese calendar, it considered as the YinYang (opposing) time for treating illnesses.

Typically, four of these credit-card-sized patches are applied to different locations on the back at the same time, and are kept there for at least eight hours.

What is Acupuncture and how does it help me?

Acupuncture and acupressure was developed in Asia over 2000 years ago, using the power and sensitivity of the hand or needle, both treatments can be used to relieve pain, fortify the body immune system, and detoxify the body for greater health. When these acupuncture points are stimulated, they release muscular tension, promote circulation of blood, and enhance the body's life force energy to aid healing, and develop spirituality and vibrant health.

About Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupunture were developed in Asia over 2000 years ago. The principle diagnostic methods are through examination of the rongue and the pulse. Chinese Medicine uses natural herb, acupunture, massage, exercise and dietary therapy to treat disease and balance all the organs in your body.  It is primarily used as a complementary alternative medicine approach..TCM is widely used in China and it is also used in the West.

 

Treatment fee:

Acupuncture Treatment   

Initial: $70.00

Subsequent: $60.00

Manual Adjustment  

Initial: $70.00

Subsequent: $60.00

Acupuncture &

Manual Adjustment  

Initial: $90.00

Subsequent: $80.00

Tian Jiu Acupuncture

Initial: $70.00

Subsequent: $30.00

Herbal Medicine (Powder/Tablet) 

50g $70.00        100g $120.00

150g $180.00    300g $330.00
 

Traditional Chinese Medicine

& Acupuncture

Dr. Melinda Cheng, R.AC., R. TCM. P, 

Education & Clinical History:

* Master &Bachelor Degree in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

* Beijing Xiyuan Hospital CACMS - Dr. TCM

* Being an apprentice of famous Dr. TCMs in Beijing China

Specialties:

Insomnia/Anxiety/Opthalmology/Otology/Neurology/Dermatology/
Gynecology/Endorinology/Gastroenterology/Cardiology/Weight Management

 

Treatment fee:

Initial Consultation    

$30.00
Acupuncture Treatment   

$55.00
Herbal Medicine 

$10.00/Day

Cupping         $55.00

Scraping        $55.00

Laser Acupunture   

$90.00

Dr. Sam Chen, R.AC., R. TCM. P, M.D. (TAIWAN)

Dr. Sam Chen has been a successful Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) & Acupuncture practitioner in Canada since 1997.  He had also been an Internist, Family Physician, and Acupuncturist in Taipei, Taiwan for 16 years.  He completed a rigorius 7-year training program in Western and Chinese Medicine at the China Medical University in Taiwan.  In addition to TCM and acupunture, Dr. Chen also specializes in Scalp Acupuncture and Manual Adjustment.  Dr.Chen combines the merits of both Western and Chinese Medicine with many years of experience into his practice, and strives to provide the best patient-centred care.

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