Our Chinese Medicine Staff
After graduated from pharmacy school in Capital Medical University in Beijing, China, Kathy realized, the receptor and molecular based western medicine have capability of controlling symptoms for most of the time, but accompanied with dramatic unexpected side effects . At meantime, TCM in certain condition is more reliable to treat disease after professional and careful diagnosis. Thus, She studied TCM for another professional school, and gained her License in Ontario.
She studied and worked with renowned doctor in Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine for four years, and did her internship with doctors of Beijing and Shenzhen for more than three years.She has profoundly understanding and clinical experience of ‘Shang Han Lun’ –the bible Chinese medicine book and Six Channel differentiation.
Besides the study in academic schools, she also spent more times with Master TCM doctors in China and worldwide. She is skilled in Pulse Diagnosis to ‘see’ disharmony in patients with only her fingers, and prescribe herbs and acu-points according her pulse diagnosis.
Benefiting from academic study in both pharmacy and TCM, Kathy is very open-minded with both scientific medicine and TCM philosophy, at the meanwhile, she is making her effort to work out the relationship between the two.
Kathy and her business partner Jacky established Qi Herbs & Acupuncture Treatment Centre to provide a better service holistically with their knowledge and experience in Great Toronto Area.
Founder, member of Canada Traditional Chinese College
Jacky’s uncle is a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner. He has been very interested in Chinese medicine since he was a child. He has been learning the theory of Chinese medicine related to his uncle and had clinical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, including massage, acupuncture, and Chinese medicine. He has considerable clinical experience of more than 15 years.
Since his clinical practice in China, Jacky found TCM is very different from western medicine, such as pain syndromes. In western medicine, some mechanism is vague. Doctors prescribe patients Tylenol to kill any pain, while TCM has a unique solution to solve the problem, including tuina, acupuncture, and Chinese herbs. Jacky has his passion in TCM and intends to find ways to help patients out. He is a candidate for a master’s degree student at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. During his studies, he has extensive experience through clinical rotation at Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Welcome to our clinic, Jacky and his business partner Kathy are eager to provide excellent treatment service to valuable patients.
Jacky is experienced with pain management and cancer care.
30 years ago, when Lilya came to Canada, she decide to help people as possible as she can for their health, as her return to the lovely country. She found RMT is a very rewarding job in term of sharing her love with people. She is a member of the College massage therapists of Ontario and have practiced for over 20 years.
Expect the traditional massage techniques. Lilya is also skilled at Swedish massage, Thai yoga massage, myofascial release & muscle energy, trigger point, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, tuina, acupressure, acupuncture.
She applies gentle approach to her clients and help them to overcome various neuromuscular pain such as tension headaches, neck stiffness, rotator cuff issues, frozen shoulders, lumbago, piriformis syndrome, plantar fasciitis etc.
She also has passion on Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has great enthusiasm to work with Kathy and Jacky, to achieve the most effectiveness of patient care.