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Acupuncturists in Richmond

Rod LeBlanc, Acupuncturist  in Richmond
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Acupuncturist, DrTCM, RAc, BA
“Visit our integrated pain clinic with multi- disciplinary practitioners. We treat all types of pain safely and using Trigger Point Injection Therapy, Acupuncture, Neural/biopuncture, laser, Prolotherapy for joint regeneration, and Platelet Rich Plasma for torn tendons or chronic degeneration. Each treatment receives massage/assessment first. We want to determine the cause of the pain. Our experienced staff includes two registered Dr.TCM' and an R.Ac, a Registered Massage Therapist, a Blood Analyst, and Colon Hydrotherapist. Our pharmacy has western/eastern herbs, vitamins, weight loss, pediatrics, skin care, over 450 herbs.
(604) 210-1825
Office is near:
Richmond, British Columbia V7A 1X4
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Acupuncture in Richmond - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Richmond acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.

Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.

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Credentials for Richmond licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Richmond needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).