Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine
Rong Chuan (Jane) Hsu R.TCM.P
Jane graduated from China Medical University, and practiced internal medicine for twenty years in Taiwan. After immigrating to Canada, she was intrigued by the holistic approach of health and wellness, and decided to go back to school for Chinese medicine. Jane’s background in Western medicine allows her to consider the limitations in both Western and Chinese medicine. By recommending her clients to treat acute conditions with Western medicine and utilize Chinese medicine for the root of the illness, Jane provides the outcome of optimal health for her clients.
Jane uses a variety of treatment techniques in her practice, including cupping, TDP lamp, electric stimulation, Mei Hua needle and Seven Star needle. In particular, she is skillful in acupuncture techniques such as body acupuncture, scalp acupuncture, ear acupuncture, abdomen acupuncture, navel acupuncture and Don Shi acupuncture. Utilizing the holography theory, Jane selects different techniques based on the clients’ body type and disease state. In addition to the treatments, she also provides recommendation on diet and lifestyle modification to enhance the treatment outcome. Jane is particularly fond of the Chinese medicine philosophy where each human being is different, and the treatments are individualized based on the body types and the needs of the clients.
Jane has helped herself, and her patients to alleviate illness, such as headaches, respiratory diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, arthritis, joint sprains, menstrual cramps and postmenopausal symptoms in women. She has also helped individuals with psychological problems with Chinese medicine, such as anxiety, depression, insomnia and stress. Chinese medicine contains a tremendous amount of knowledge with an emphasis on lifestyle, diet, sleep, physical activity and emotional modification. It also emphasizes on the harmony between human beings and nature, as we are only a small part of the larger universe. In addition, it is also important to balance the internal Ying and Yang in our body for better health.