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Professional Clinic Services

Book your Professional Acupuncture and TCM Clinic Service by calling (416) 782-9682. 

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Our professional practitioners:

Mary Xiumei Wu                R.TCMP., R.Ac., Dipl. OM. (US), M.Sc.

Mary is a CTCMPAO registered TCM practitioner and acupuncturist in Ontario, Oriental Medicine Diplomat of NCCAOM in the United States, and was a medical doctor in China. She is the founder, president and clinical director of the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with 40 years of experience in clinical practice, education and research. She received her medical degree in 1982 majored in TCM and acupuncture from Shandong University of TCM, taught and practiced medicine in Shandong TCM hospital in China until she came to Canada. She completed her M.Sc. at University of Waterloo studied reproductive biology, worked at the Banting and Best Institute and Wilson Center at University of Toronto, Mount Sinai Hospital, Hospital for Sick Children, and CAMH as researcher for over 10 years in the areas of reproductive biology, endocrinology, diabetes, gene therapy, mental health, acupuncture and medical education.

Mary believes an integrative and holistic approach for mental and physical health. She teaches her patients to understand their body and mind, and to inspire their will power of healing. She helps her patients to get better and to maintain well. Her practice is focused on health promotion and disease prevention in addition to treatments mainly in the department of internal medicine, geriatrics and female health. She has helped many patients with anxiety, depression, heart disease, digestive disorders, IBS, pain, stroke, diabetes, thyroid problems, PMS, infertility, menopause, cancer and much more.

Xiaoxue Yin         R.Ac., M.Sc., Ph.D 

Xiaoxue is a CTCMPAO registered acupuncturist. She was a medical doctor practicing integrated TCM and Western medicine specialized in Traumatology and Orthopaedics, and was a faculty and researcher for over 20 years before going overseas. She did her post doctoral research in the department of orthopaedics and sports medicine at University of Washington Medical Center before coming to Canada. She has received many awards for excellent research publications, and has trained many undergraduate and graduate medical students. Xiaoxue received her medical degree in TCM and M.Sc. in integrated traumatology from Shanxi University of TCM, and Ph.D. in orthopaedic surgery from Beijing University. In addition to pain management and general practice of acupuncture, Xiaoxue is truly an expert in the area of sports medicine, traumatology/orthopaedics, and rehabilitation.   

Amy Xiaoxia Du                                    R.Ac., R.TCMP., M.Sc., Ph.D (Can.)

Amy is a CTCMPAO registered acupuncturist and TCM practitioner. She completed her undergraduate medical degree and her M.Sc. from Faculty of Medicine of Shandong University. She has completed 3 years of research and practiced cardiology before coming to Canada. Amy has completed a four year full time rigorous TCM program from the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TSTCM), and has been practicing acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and tuina massage for over 4 years. She uses a combination of various TCM modalities to help her patients with wide range of conditions such as pain and female disorders. Her knowledge and experience in cardiology has allowed Amy to provide integrated treatments of her patients with great results. 

Shuang (Shelley) Yu, R.Ac                                

Shelley is a Registered Acupuncturist in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario. She graduated from Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Diploma of Acupuncture. Her clinical training included pain syndromes and internal/external/gynecological medicine. Additional to traditional Chinese acupuncture treatment, she applies channel theory of palpating the channels and acupoints to find out the disorders and Japanese style of gentle and shallow needling to reduce the pain and shock to the body. Besides, she applies moxibustion, cupping, Guasha and Tuina massage to support the body’s healing process. Shelley loves working to build people’s life force energy and restore the balance between the elements for health in body and mind. She also enjoys educating people in preventative health practices that have been practiced in Asia for centuries.

Yuan Xu, R.Ac

Yuan is an experienced acupuncturist. Yuan graduated from Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Diploma of Acupuncture. Yuan have done extensive further training with some leading TCM experts in China and Canada. He also has extensive experience in Traditional Tuina Therap. He masters techniques of rolling, kneading, tapotement and can penetrate deeply into tight muscle layers.