Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of therapy and has its roots in ancient Chinese philosophy. Modern acupuncturists not only use traditional meridian acupuncture points, but also non-meridian or extra-meridian acupuncture points such as trigger points. The evidence-based approach examines protocols evaluated in controlled trials, alongside Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory.
Meet Puja: a very passionate, friendly and empathetic practitioner!
Puja is a registered Acupuncturist and graduated from Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a diploma in Acupuncture. She interned at Dorothy Ley Hospice and gained experience in treating patients in palliative care. She studied Biological Science from The University of Guelph, and has completed additional coursework in the treatment of infertility with acupuncture from Dr. Jane Lyttleton.
Puja has valuable experience in the management of pain, stress/anxiety, digestive health, infertility, pregnancy care, women’s health and gynecological concerns.
Puja utilizes her skills, knowledge and experience to provide suitable therapy to her patients. Aside from work, Puja is a diligent reader and loves traveling around the world.
Dr Sonya Hamilton studied Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University.
Dr Hamilton provides acupuncture under the scope of Chiropractic, to address MSK (musculoskeletal) and neurological concerns. Her approach is holistic, and is often provided alongside other therapeutic approaches.
During your initial assessment, Dr Hamilton will complete a comprehensive medical history and orthopedic examination to determine the cause of your issue, and the appropriate treatment plan.
Dr. Hamilton is a chiropractor who provides acupuncture, and as such your insurance can only be billed for chiropractic treatment.
Acupuncture can help with some of the following issues: