Kelly graduated from the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Calgary, Alberta where she completed her 4 year Chinese Medicine program, earning diplomas in Acupuncture and Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Upon completion of her studies she travelled to China to participate in an internship at the Mainyang Hospital of TCM gaining knowledge and experience. Furthering her education, she developed a strong interest in hormones and fertility, receiving certification in the speciality of fertility care with the integration of Western and Eastern Medicine from the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM), as well as completing her Doula and Yoga Teacher Training.

While Kelly is a generalized Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner she specializes in Fertility, Prenatal and Postnatal Care. Working with couples to help them conceive, have healthy pregnancies and uncomplicated births as well as balance the body post delivery. She has built her own Anti-again Facial Rejuvenation program with Acupuncture, lifestyle and nutrition as well is the the Co-founder of a Traditional Chinese Medicine Tea Company making powerful herbal tonics available for the general public.

Kelly has a very gentle approach with great results. Alongside general Acupuncture and TCM she thrives in treating Fertility, Hormone Regulation, Prenatal Care, Postnatal Care and Facial Rejuvenation.

As an athlete herself, she understands injury and muscle mechanism working with Muscular Skeletal Disorders. She uses modalities Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbals, Diet Therapy, Cupping and Moxabustion in her customised treatments.

What do you do when you aren’t practicing Acupuncture?

Kelly enjoys climbing mountains rock or ice, yoga, skiing mountains, learning about health and then trying to incorporate that new found knowledge into her life. 

What made you decide to become a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor?

I became a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine because I truly believe in its healing abilities and enjoy facilitating the process for others along their journey to health. I had a back injury for years due to a snowboarding accident that I exhausted many modalities to try to fix me until I found Acupuncture, which healed it in a few treatments. Everyone is unique, as everyone’s health is unique, Chinese Medicine gives the opportunity to be treated as an individual and not as a condition.