Acupuncture Calgary

POMMTC Ornamental

from Dr. Ken Tang BSc, R.Ac, DTCM

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Acupuncture Calgary with Dr. Ken Tang

POMMTC Ornamental

Dr. Ken is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been providing treatments in acupuncture, tuina and herbal medicine since 2004.

Dr. Ken graduated from the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s 4200 hr program after receiving his BSc from the University of Alberta and he is a member of the National Certification and Commission Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Dr. Ken’s knowledge and experience includes working with patients for:

  • Sports injuries
  • Back pain
  • Anxiety and stress
POMMTC Ornamental

First Treatment

90 minutes ~ $129

Your first treatment includes an initial consultation

Follow up treatments

60 minutes ~ $99

Any treatment following your first consultation


Several Available

About Acupuncture Calgary

Acupuncture Calgary

Have you ever had persistent back pain, neck tightness, or joint discomfort? It creates a lot of tension and headaches – but with the aid of the top acupuncture clinic in Calgary, you won’t be in agony for long.

Acupuncture is a type of alternative medicine that goes back to 100 BC in China. It’s an excellent method to relieve pain, boost your immune system, and even boost your vitality.

Peace of Mind Massage Therapy Centre  provides superior acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine to its clients in order to promote and grow their health and well-being.

Peace of Mind Massage Therapy Centre has many years of expertise in Chinese traditional medicine, making it one of the top acupuncture clinics in Calgary.

We are able to assist to reinvigorate the body’s inherent healing mechanisms and help you maintain excellent health and protection against illnesses by using acupuncture and massage treatment.

We seek to provide the greatest treatment possible, committing ourselves to the community in order to spread the miracles of manifesting equilibrium in the body and the environment.

We specialise in the treatment of pain and stress, fertility and IVF assistance, injuries, muscular pain and arthritis, migraines, sleeplessness, and allergies. We also assist patients in improving their sleep, increasing their vitality and immunological function, increasing their metabolism, and losing weight.

We aspire to help patients with digestive and skin issues, as well as cancer treatments, as one of the leading acupuncture clinics in Calgary.

Acupuncture is a drug-free, safe, and effective treatment that has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of diseases, including some that are difficult to cure.

The most prevalent question is if acupuncture hurts, because individuals link needle size with needles they have met previously when collecting blood or receiving injections. The needles used in acupuncture are extremely thin. In general, therapies cause little or no pain. While the needles are still in place, most patients relax and sleep.

Acupuncture modulates the neural system, the hormonal (endocrine) system, as well as stimulating and rebalancing the immune system, as modern science is beginning to confirm what acupuncturists have known for thousands of years. Acupuncture is increasingly becoming regarded as a supplemental therapy to supplement Western medical techniques.

Hair-thin needles are used to restore the flow of energy, heal mental and physical stagnation, and activate the immunological and endocrine systems on various regions of the body. Acupuncture and massage can potentially be combined to boost efficacy and relaxation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is acupuncture painful?

No, acupuncture seldom causes pain. During the treatment, you may feel a brief prick as the needle is inserted, followed by a dull pressure or tingling in the region. The majority of folks are astounded by how calm they feel both during and after the treatment. This is only possible if the therapy is both pleasant and mild.

Acupuncture is it safe?

Acupuncture is highly safe as long as it is conducted by a qualified practitioner. Acupuncturists are required to use single-use disposable needles.

Acupuncture is used to treat what conditions?

Acupuncture is acceptable therapy for more than 40 illnesses, according to the World Health Organization:

Abdominal discomfort, constipation, diarrhoea, hyperacidity, and indigestion.

Anxiety, sadness, insomnia, nervousness, and other emotional conditions