Cindy Lim Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine 748 King Street West
Toronto Ontario Canada
Tel: (416) 977-5717
Fax: (416) 977-2503


  Profile of Practitioners  

    Cindy |  Brendan |  Carolyn |  Kevin |  Jane

Cindy Lim   NCCAOM Logo

R.AC., R.TCMP, B.HSc., B.A.

  • Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Registered Acupuncturist
  • Experience in gynocological disorders (infertility, menstrual problems, fibroids, menopausal syndrome) and gastrointestinal disorders, as well as health preservation and anti-aging based on TCM philosophy
  • Diplomate in Oriental Medicine, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
  • Graduate of The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in a 4-year full- time integrative acupuncture program with an Honours Diploma in Accupuncture
  • Graduate of Charles Sturt University (NSW, Australia) with a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Complementary Medicine
  • Graduate of University of Waterloo with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Clinical experience at Mount Sinai Hospital (Wasser Pain Clinic) and St. John's Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Apprenticed to highly-respected TCM doctors in Hong Kong, Beijing and Canada
  • Extensive clinical experience in Beijing TCM University, He-nan University of TCM and affiliated hospitals as well as in associated Canadian primary hospitals

Brendan Cheung   NCCAOM Logo

R.AC., R.TCMP, B.HSc., B.Sc.

  • Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Registered Acupuncturist
  • Experience in musculoskeletal disorders, and management of chronic and acute pain
  • Clinical experience in a medical setting. Worked with Dr. Joseph Wong MD FRCP(C) with an emphasis on orthopedic and physical medicine
  • Diplomate in Acupuncture, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
  • Served as clinical supervisor for the Toronto Pain and Stress Clinic (North York)
  • Graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Sciences degree specializing in Human Biology
  • Graduate of The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in a 4-year full- time integrative acupuncture program with an Honours Diploma in Accupuncture
  • Graduate of Charles Sturt University (NSW, Australia) with a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Complementary Medicine
  • Clinical experience at Mount Sinai Hospital (Wasser Pain Clinic) and St. John's Rehabilitation Hospital


Carolyn Vadum

RMT

Carolyn Vadum is a Registered Massage Therpist with over twenty years of clinical experience. She specializes in deep tissue work, trigger point therapy and pre-natal massage. Carolyn enjoys helping clients reach optimal health and well-being through massage therapy.



Kevin Chan

R.AC., R.TCMP.

As a Registered Acupuncturist and Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, I believe in open and honest communication with patients to identify the root causes of a disorder. I approach healing by working with patients as individuals by helping them modify their lifestyle in a way that can help enhance treatment effects and lead to sustainable, longterm improvements in wellbeing. As the course of treatment progresses, I help my patients to become more aware of the signs and signals their body is trying to send. I hope not only to relieve you from your current discomfort but also to help prevent any reoccurrence and maintain a balance of mind and body for optimal health.

I hold a diploma from the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In addition to my academic formation, I have gained skills by working with renowned TCM Practitioners in Hong Kong, Shanxi and Canada to whom I am indebted. During my apprenticeships with them, I gained extensive clinical experiences in treating patients suffering from acute and/or chronic pain due to sport injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, gastro-intestinal disorders, gynecological disorders (infertility, menstrual issues, fibroids, menopausal syndrome) and male issues (erectile dysfunction, acute or chronic prostatitis).

I often combine ‘Tui Na’ with acupuncture and other treatment modalities (herbal prescription, cupping, and/or moxibustion) to achieve satisfactory clinical results quickly.

What is ‘Tui Na’?
Tui Na is a therapeutic form of massage with a history spanning more than 5000 years. Techniques include kneading, pressing, rolling, shaking, and stretching of the body in order to apply pressure to meridians, acupoints and groups of muscles and nerves. By manipulating the joints, viscera, fascia and soft tissue, Tui Na helps remove blockages and to restore and maintain the balance of the body. This further helps to accelerate metabolism and to gradually alleviate pain.

What is the benefit of Tuina for women with fertility issues? The combination of Acupuncture and Tuina can work quickly to transform and replenish the loss of body nourishment which can be caused by menstruation, stress and/or exertion. As a result, hormonal balance can be restored and increase the chance of a healthy pregnancy.



Jane Chao Feng Li

R.AC., R.TCMP., RMT

Known for her joyful personality, listening skills and focus on improving her client's quality of life, she has experience working in multidisciplinary rehabilitation clinics and holds the following designations: Acupuncturist (R.Ac), Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (R.TCMP) and Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).

CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONER AND ACUPUNCTURIST:
Techniques: TCM: Prescriptions for Herbal Remedies. Acupuncture: Dry / Warm Needles, Moxabustion, Heat lamps, Cupping Therapy, Gua Sha, Tui na and Acupressure points.
Conditions: Emotional Issues (Anxiety, Depression and Stress), Gynaecological Issues (e.g. Absence / Irregular / Painful Menstruations and Fertility / Infertility), Ear and Nose Issues (Sinus / Nose Congestion andTinn itus (ringing in the ear), Internal Issues (Urine Retention, Abdominal Pain, Epigastric Pain, Acid Reflux, Constipation and Diarrhea). Pain Issues (Neck / Back , Frozen shoulder, Tennis / Golf’s Elbow and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) and other Issues (e.g. Sciatica, Fibromyalgia, Bell’s Palsy / Facial Paralysis, Headaches / Migraines, Insomnia and Fatigue / Tiredness).

REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST:
Techniques: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Fascia Work, Trigger Point Release, Hot Stone Massage, Prenatal and Postnatal Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Wu’s Head Massage, Shiatsu Massage, Reflexology and Exercise Programs.
Conditions: Sports, Motor Vehicle and Work Place Injury Rehabilitation.  With the firm belief that each client is different, she prides herself on establishing personalized treatment plans to help clients improve their unique conditions. She is in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO) and the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

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748 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tel:  (416) 977-5717  Fax: (416) 977-2503
Email: cindylim.tcm@gmail.com