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Our primary focus is acupuncture. We also provide nutritional counselling, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Osteopathy and herbs for a variety of medical conditions, including infertility.

Our professional care providers include a medical doctor, two physiotherapists(one experienced in acupuncture & the other in osteopathy), two Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioners and a registered acupuncturist. Please see the "Our Team" section for more specific information on our staff.

Many extended health insurance plans cover acupuncture, physiotherapy, osteopathy or Chinese Medicine. Individual insurance coverage is quite varied so please check with your provider to see what coverage you have. Receipts can be saved for income tax purposes.

Fee Information

Provincial health insurance plans do not cover acupuncture, osteopathy or Chinese Medicine assessment and treatments nor does it cover herbal preparations. These are considered 'non-insured services'.

Fees for all non-insured services are the responsibility of the patient or guardian. We accept cash, cheque, Visa, Master Card or debit card. We do not accept American Express. We prefer exact amounts for cash transactions whenever possible. Payment is appreciated at the time of each service.

For motor vehicle accident/injuries and workplace injuries, current Financial Service Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and WSIB directives and rates are used. We follow their respective form submission and approval guidelines. We are a FSCO licensed facility.


Receipts will be issued which show the name, registration number and health profession of the practitioner providing care. The receipts can be used for insurance and tax purposes. Many extended health plans cover acupuncture.


Once you have made an appointment, please print and fill out these two forms and bring them with you:

Medication & Supplements List and
Additional Insurance Information Sheet

Please respect our scent-free environment (no perfume or scented products) and also remember to bring:

• Loose fitting, comfortable clothing to wear for your    assessment/treatment – such as a tank top and shorts or    track pants
• reading glasses
• any relevant medical reports, x-rays. MRI's, etc
• calendar or planner for future bookings
• health card or other provincial/federal insurance    information
• a translator, if needed
• name of your family physician/doctor and their phone    and contact info