Our Registered Acupuncturists
Seok Kwon Kim, R. Ac
Seok Kwon Kim started his acupuncture career back in 2009 at the renown Korean Acupuncture Research Institute in Seoul Korea and continued studying TCM at Calgary (CCTCMA) and Toronto (OCTCM). After passing the Pan Canadian Exam, he stayed in Korea and enhanced his acupuncture and manual therapy modalities including Dr. Ida Rolf's Fascia Releasing and Dr. Dallas Hancock's CranioSomatic technique. Thus, he generally combines the manual therapeutic method with acupuncture when he sees his patients which produces much more efficient results.
He has fortes in addressing musculoskeletal pains: back, shoulder, neck, and knee. Especially when it comes to back disorder, he treats patients with the full understanding of the patients' position as he himself severely suffered from the lumbar disc herniation a few decades ago.
As 30 years experienced Tai Chi instructor, Seok-Kwon can guide you in order to strengthen and correct your body from holistic point of view.
Heon Yong Lee, R. Ac
Heon Yong is a graduate of the Medical School of Wonkwang University South Korea, with a major in Korean Tradicitional Medicine. In addition to this degree, he has trained in Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Gynecology. Pediatrics, Rehabilitation, Preventative Medicine, and Herbology.
His philosophy’s aim is to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment with minimal acupuncture stimulation. It’s not about the number of needles used in the treatment, it’s more about how precisely you hit the point. The more gentle and accurate the treatment, the less it will aggravates the body.
Heon Yong loves being active. He works out on a regular basis to maintain a healthy lifestyle. In the summer, he likes to golf and play tennis with his family. Family is a big part of his life, so he tries to spend as much quality time with them as possible.
Nisrine Iguermia, R. Ac
Nisrine is a graduate of Acupuncture from the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As an acupuncturist, she’s adept at cupping, Chinese Head Massage, and Acupressure.
She became an acupuncturist after recovering from stage 3 breast cancer. The many treatments and surgeries left her with a lot of pain, and side effects including insomnia, severe non-stop migraine, weight gain, and joint and muscle pain.
She got her health back using acupuncture and became such a firm believer in its benefits, that she closed her business and focused completely on acupuncture in order to help others in the community.
Nisrine big interest lies in Chinese Medicine and traveling to different countries to explore how they apply acupuncture in their lives.