Chloé started her practice in 2019. After graduating with honors in Acupuncture pursued furthered education in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Acupuncture and Integrated Medicine Academy in Toronto. Chloe is a level 2 neuro-acupuncturist and completed her studies at the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute of New Mexico. She has a passion for conditions of the central nervous system including post-concussion syndrome as well as peripheral nerve dysfunction using electro-acupuncture techniques. She is a dynamic practitioner that values working in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) acupuncture stimulates the central nervous system and myofascial lines. Activation of “Qi” (pronounced “chee”) is stimulated with insertion of a thin needle which in turn sends signals to the nervous, endocrine and immune systems which inhibits pain and/or resolve disease processes. Qi refers to the movement in the body therefore breathing, blood circulation, digestive and nerve functions. TCM Acupuncture is beneficial for various ailments including but not exclusive to: insomnia, dermatology, gynecology/infertility, anxiety/depression/PTSD and addiction.
Chloé’s treatment approach is in-depth and personalized to the client’s root cause, she likes to incorporate other modalities during an acupuncture treatment such as fire cupping, TCM herbal medicine topicals and tinctures, sub-cutaneous myofascial needling, Gua Sha as well as Tui Na (Chinese style massage).
On her spare time Chloé is an avid rock climber, snowboarder and mountain biker and is often found climbing or bouldering Calabogie and Alice or tackling the Forest Lea Trails