Registered Acupuncture
Registered Acupuncture

 

Registered Acupuncture

Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac.) and Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (R.TCM.P.) registrants are recognized by CTCMA in British Columbia.

Acupuncture is a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It involves the insertion of very thin needles in specific points of the body to treat pain. In general, these treatments can help with:

  • Skin Conditions
  • Chronic Pain
  • Digestive Disorders
Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine Services:

  • Needling
  • Cupping
  • Hot Stone
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Stress Management


  • Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine Rates:

    Our highly experienced and skilled Registered Acupuncturists work with you to maximize the treatment's benefit. Registered Acupuncture sessions are covered through most extended health benefits. In addition, ICBC covers 100% of Registered Acupuncture treatments.

    ICBC
    Services
    (Fully Covered by ICBC)
    Rates
    60 Minutes ICBC Initial Treatment
    $107
    45 Minutes ICBC Subsequent Treatment $90

     

    New prices below are in effect from November 1, 2020.

    Regular Sessions
    Services Rates
    30 Minutes Cupping $80
    45 Minutes Acupuncture $88
    60 Minutes Acupuncture $108

     

     

    Our Acupuncturists & Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners:

    Olivia
    Olivia Pyo
    R.TCM.P.

    Olivia has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of British Columbia. After graduation, she successfully pursued a career in finance, reaching to a managerial position in one of the leading banks in Canada. While enjoying the career success, Olivia’s hard work ethic took a toll on her health. Believing that health comes before career in life, she decided to leave career in finance behind to manage and regain health. After extensive search, Olivia found and experienced the superior benefits of acupuncture and herbalogy’s holistic and balanced approach.

    Growing confidence in her journey of health with the help from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Olivia decided to study acupuncture and herbalogy at PCU College of Holistic Medicine herself. As a survivor of a serious ailment, she wants to help others who are also in similar situations.

    Olivia is a member of CTCMA (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of BC) and AIMI (American Integrative Medicine Institute) and also a Certified Skin and Body Therapist (Vancouver Community College). Believing that everyone is unique, she strives to find health management approach that caters to each individual. Olivia’s interests are in pain management, digestive disorders and skin disorders.

    Richie
    Richie Xin
    R.TCM.P.

    Richie Sun grew up in a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) family. His father, a well-known Qigong Therapist, taught him the traditional medicine principals when he was 10 years old. Richie did not think TCM would be his whole life, however, after getting a degree in business administration, his passion about TCM became irrepressible. Then, he went to school to learn Acupuncture, Acupressure, Herbology, Fengshui, and Hypnotherapy.

    Richie’s treatment style is quite different from other practitioners. Since he knows several different therapies, he can look at the patient as a whole and find the root cause for any symptoms. To achieve best therapeutic results, he usually performs acupressure, acupuncture herbal treatment and hypnotherapy together depending on different conditions.

    Pain relief is Richie’s specialty. No matter what kind of pain you are having, Richie can manage to get great pain relief after 1 to 3 sessions. Book a session with him, meet him in person, to see if he is the right one for you.