About Us

Richmond Hill Acupuncture and Natural Therapy

At Richmond Hill Acupuncture and Natural Therapy Clinic we specialize in providing natural remedies for Richmond Hill residents interested in finding a better path to overall health. Our registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners have many years of training and experience and bring an holistic approach to health often times missing in Western medicine. Our traditional healers use proven techniques of Chinese Traditional Medicine to effectively address a wide range of ailments.

Kenneth Choi HB.Sc, M.Sc, R.Ac, R.TCMP
Acupuncturist, Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Kenneth Choi HB.Sc, M.Sc, R.Ac, R.TCMP

Kenneth Choi is our resident Registered Acupuncturist and Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner.

He is also the Director of the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture programs at the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Academy in Toronto.

The Effective Alternative

Healthy Living Through Natural Medicine

At Richmond Hill Acupuncture and Natural Therapy Clinic we specialize in treating a wide range of ailments using effective, natural treatments built on Traditional Chinese Medicine. Traditional Chinese Medicine dates back well over 2,000 years and is based on the concept of maintaining balance between the Yin and the Yang. They are not so much “opposite” but also “complementary”. For example, the cold is Yin in nature, and heat is Yang in nature, which are opposites, but they are also complementary, as things that are cold can heat up, and things that are hot can cool down. In order to maintain good overall health one needs to ensure these complementary forces are properly balanced.

The practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine has been proven over the centuries to be a highly effective way to achieve and maintain good health. At Richmond Hill Herbal Medicine we use this collection of ancient knowledge to treat a wide array of ailments, conditions, illnesses and diseases such as infertility, sexual dysfunction, menstrual issues and PMS, diabetes, chronic pain, arthritis, headaches, tendinitis, skin disorders, high blood pressure, anxiety and stress, depression, insomnia, allergies, heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome and many more.

The Role of Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the most widely known aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has gained wide acceptance in the West, because it is both minimally invasive and extremely effective. Acupuncture is used to restore proper flow to the body’s essential life energy — or “Qi” — which moves through the body along internal meridians and maintain balance. Should this flow become disrupted or one or more of these meridians become blocked, the resulting imbalance can manifest all manner of disease and afflictions.

Acupuncture treats these afflictions by restoring the body’s Qi flow. It is especially effective in reducing — and in some cases eliminating — pain associated with injury or other factors. The practice of acupuncture has been recognized by all responsible medical authorities the world over today. Here at the clinic, our acupuncturists are fully licensed and registered practitioners of this ancient treatment, who have helped scores of people both maintain and return to optimal, robust health following illness or injury.

Acupuncturist Kenneth Choi examines a patient and provides advice

A Preventative Approach

While Chinese Herbal Medicine is certainly effective in treating many ailments and more, it is not strictly a reactive system. Indeed, just as much or more emphasis is given on maintaining overall well-being by preventing those ailments from arising in the first place. Many Chinese herbal medicine have antibacterial, antiviral, and antimicrobial properties that can be used to prevent the onset of a number of illnesses. Chinese herbs can be incorporated into the patient’s diet to help boost the immune system and ward off diseases.

Chinese herbal medicine represents a holistic approach to health that emphasizes prevention as much as reaction. The underlying principles upon which this ancient science is constructed are diametrically opposed to those of Western medicine, which by and large seeks to treat ailments after they have already arise. While certainly, Chinese herbal medicine is also effective in treating existing conditions, its practitioners value its preventive nature even more.

If you are looking for a more holistic, less confrontational method of attaining optimal health call us and schedule a consultation. We are Richmond Hill Acupuncture and Natural Therapy Clinic, and we are here to help you achieve a higher degree of overall well-being.