Evelyn Marie Huer R.Ac
Evelyn graduated from the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Using Traditional Chinese Medicine principles of diagnosis and assessment and a solid understanding of conditions from a Western perspective, Evelyn helps patients find relief and reach their health goals.
Commonly treated conditions:
- Chronic and acute pain management
- Sports injuries and adhesions from scarring
- Gastro-intestinal Disorders
- Stress, Anxiety, and Emotional Upset
- Gynecological Issues
- Inflammatory Conditions and Diseases
What to expect:
- Evelyn will spend approximately 1 hour with you. There will be many questions! If you have never had acupuncture before she will tell you what you might expect and is happy to address any questions and concerns you may have. This will be followed by an acupuncture treatment.
- Subsequent treatments with begin with a very brief evaluation of the previous treatment and generally last about 40 minutes.
Acupuncture is the stimulation of Qi (pronounced “chee”) flow throughout the body through the insertion of thin stainless steel needles into specific sites on the body. The purpose of acupuncture is to address pain and discomfort and to help balance energy in the body.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, Qi circulates in the body through a system of channels called meridians. Qi can be stimulated in the body through over 500 acupuncture points on the surface and flows to deeper organ structures. The stimulation of Qi in the meridians allows the body to rebalance from the negative impacts of daily life and disease.
An Acupuncturist (R.Ac) is a member of a regulated healthcare profession who applies the diagnostic principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and uses both traditional and electro-acupuncture, cupping, and other methods to stimulate and regulate the flow of Qi. An R.Ac is trained to treat pain and illness and to promote health and wellness across the lifespan. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) education in Canada also includes extensive and in-depth study of pathology, anatomy, and physiology from a Western perspective which enriches a collaborative approach to regaining and maintaining health.
Acupuncture appointments cancelled within 48 hours of the scheduled appointment time will be subjected to a $50 cancellation fee.