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YunMei Shao, R.TCMP; R.AC

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Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine
Serving St. Catharines & Niagara

New Address: 8 Hiscott Street, Unit 8, St.Catharines, ON

YunMei Shao - MD (China), R.Ac; R.TCMP

YunMei Shao is a Registered Acupuncturist(R.Ac) and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner(R.TCMP) in Ontario.

YunMei Shao graduated from Tianjin Medical University(China) in 1988; 18 years' clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) treatment in the First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin University of TCM as an associate professor doctor.

She also studied and worked in the First Teaching Hospital of Beijing University as research fellow from 1997 to 1999.

As a pediatric specialist in China, she also speacized in ADHD, tourettes, autism, mental handicap, bed wetting, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, etc.

She immigrated to Canada and started her own TCM practice in St.Catharines in 2005; she is successful in treating many people with all kinds of pain.




  Cupping therapy

  Ear Acupuncture


  Chinese medicine

  Free consultation


Mental Health (Children & Adult)
Pain, all kind
Reproductive problem
Face lifting

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) 

Why choose Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has a history of several thousand years.  Acupuncture, one kind of TCM, is a natural therapy that is very effective in treating and preventing a wide range of medical problems.  Diseases are cured quickly with no side effects.  Acupuncture has become more and more popular all over the world.  If you are healthy, TCM can keep you fit and beautiful.  If you have diseases, TCM can cure them and improve the quality of your life.

How many treatments will be required?

The number of treatments will vary with the individual and the condition being treated.  For acute problems, only a few treatments may be required.  In some cases, one treatment will be sufficient.  For complex or longstanding conditions, three to four treatments a week for several weeks may be recommended.  Treatment sessions usually last from10 to 60 minutes.  Relief may be immediate or may occur within a few hours or few days.

Does acupuncture hurt?

Acupuncture needles are solid (not hollow) and very fine in construction.  Most clients feel only minimal discomfort when the needles are inserted.  Some people feel no pain at all.  Once the needles are in place, there should be no significant discomfort. Acupuncture needles are also sterile and disposable, which prevents any risk of infection

Other kinds of TCM treatments

Acupressure, cupping therapy and moxibustion are all part of TCM, but apply different techniques to the acupoints.  Ear acupuncture is the practice of stimulation of points in the ears to treat corresponding parts of the body.


Contact Me:

Cell: 905-325-9198

8 Hiscott St, Unit 8, St.Catharines, ON

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