Acupuncture is the practice of inserting thin needles into specific body points to improve health and well-being.It originated in China more than 2,000 years ago.American practices of acupuncture use medical traditions from China, Japan,Korea and other countries. In the United States, the best-known type involves putting hair-thin, metallic needles in your skin.
About Georges Acupuncture & Health Center
With thousands of years of development, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has evolved into a unique medical system with special ways of diagnosis, theory, and medication. It has been greatly popularized and developed and in becoming an increasingly important component of world medicine. It is an effective way to treat infertility,pain etc.
British Columbia is the first jurisdiction in North America to officially designate TCM practice.
St. Georges Acupuncture & Health Center has been established in 2001 and is one of the first Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) clinics in North Shore.
St. Georges Acupuncture & Health Center was nominated as one of the three best favorite alternative health clinics at North Shore.
Although TCM is as old as Chinese history, it may be a totally new concept to you. We sincerely hope you can get benefits from it.
Lawrence H. Tang
The clinic is headed up by Dr. Lawrence Tang, who graduated from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1991. He has practiced in hospitals and clinics for over 17 years in China, Singapore and Canada. Lawrence is registered as a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist in the province of BC. He specialized in the infertility treatment and sport injuries.
Mr. Sikolyra is a registered massage therapist in BC. He has practiced for 16 years in North Shore.
Mr. Barnholden is an acupressure and shiatsu therapist, who studied in China and Burkly, USA. He has practiced for 17 years on North Shore and lectured extensively.
Mr. Chen is a master of Tui Na (Chinese Massage). He originated from Shanghai, China. He has practiced 20 years in China, Japan and Canada.