Elnaz Miri is a registered acupuncturist graduated from PCU college of Holistic Medicine in Vancouver. She is very passionate about the holistic methods of treatment. This passion motivated her to move on from a Microbiologist to getting to studying the human body and mind, and the connection between them in order to find a better way of leading a healthy life. Learning about the Traditional Chinese Medicine opened an ocean for Elnaz to swim and guide others to this beautiful wisdom of art that we inherit over 3000 years.
She enjoys spending time to understanding each person’s health conditions with the goal of bringing their body back to its normal balance to provide them a more enjoyable life. She aims to treat the root of the cause and help achieve health goals through the use of acupuncture needle techniques, cupping, moxibustion and tuina massage.
She believes working with individuals to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness is a privilege.
Each person is a beautiful unique human being with the need to be reconnected to the inner soul and to be in harmony with all surroundings. TCM believes this to be the path to a healthy, happy and peaceful life.
About Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
TCM Acupuncture can be used for pain relief, stress, anxiety and chronic disease using an integrated body-mind approach. You can heal your body and mind and renew your life with a combination of acupuncture, herbal formulas, as well as nutrition and lifestyle changes.
Mind and Body Healing
Elnaz believes that true healing is always the result of a good partnership between patient and practitioner. The practitioner’s role is helping the patient find their unique way of healing. Whether disease is expressed more in physical or emotional symptoms, according to TCM, healing always needs an integrated approach including all four dimensions of the being: mind, body, emotions and spirit. In order to take care for all those dimensions,
Treat the cause, not the symptom
treats pain related to acute soft tissue injuries as well as chronic MSK pain but also the underlying cause of diseases. Internal causes such as digestive system, immune system, cardiovascular system issues and hormonal imbalances can contribute to the pain. Stress, sleep and psychological issues often contribute to pain or can be even causative factors. TCM also has a high success rate treating such psychological issues as well as anxiety and depression and improving memory and focus. In a comprehensive treatment balancing nutritional and lifestyle factors will support the acupuncture treatments.