ATCMA’s Response to Pamela Fayerman’s October 15 Article on Chinese Herbs and Medications

ATCMA’s Response to Pamela Fayerman’s October 15 Article on Chinese Herbs and Medications Pamela Fayerman’s October 15, 2015, Vancouver Sun article,” Chinese herbs mixed with medications can be hazardous,” draws attention to a local and current emergent medical issue- the potential dangerous interaction of Chinese herbs and western prescription medications. This issue is especially critical in BC, a province with a sizeable Chinese population. If this issue is not addressed immediately and properly, its threat to the public safety is only

2016 New Year message from President – 2016 会长新年贺词

Dear Members, 2015 was a successful year and in 2016. On behalf of all members we thank all members of the Board for their support and trust! It has been three years since our Association has been established and in addition to having many professional members. ATCMA also accepted Supporting Members depending on the support of members and the community. Our Association gained steady development. Growing fiscal reserves in the industry. Government agencies and the public’s influence are also rising. Over the past

Congratulate to our three members was elected to become CTCMA board members | 热烈祝贺我会三名会员全部当选CTCMA理 事

Dear Members, We are warmly congratulate that we have three members was elected from other fourteen candidates, to become CTCMA board members this year. We like to invite you all to celebrate with us. In January to March, we will hold seminars with other associations, also Intention to form a “Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine.” We will update for more information later. Sincerely, Dr. Che President of ATCMA Attdented: (Names sorted by picture order) John Yang, Jing Hua Shi, Te Cheng Kao, Harvey Yun Hui Hu, Wei

Things you should know when you choosing your acupuncturist

Dear members, Welcome to order the Brochure to place it in your clinic. At the back of the Brochure, you can put a label or stamp on it. There are English version and Chinese version. This is a very good introduction to let the public understand more acupuncture and “Things you should know when you choosing your acupuncturist.” The price of 50 Brochures is $15.75 (include GST). The shipping rate is $12 within BC. Pick up at the office no shipping fee

Congratulate to our three members was elected to become CTCMA board members | 热烈祝贺我会三名会员全部当选CTCMA理 事

Dear Members, We are warmly congratulate that we have three members was elected from other fourteen candidates, to become CTCMA board members this year. We like to invite you all to celebrate with us. In January to March, we will hold seminars with other associations, also Intention to form a “Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine.” We will update for more information later. Sincerely, Dr. Che President of ATCMA Attdented: (Names sorted by picture order) John Yang, Jing Hua Shi, Te Cheng Kao, Harvey Yun Hui Hu, Wei

Federation of Chinese Medicine Association launched anti physiotherapist Acupuncture legitimize action

  In 2015, there is no other event that is more important than the massive anti U.S. Chinese medicine profession dry needle action. While we are praising and cheering for the American counterparts through the united efforts of getting their first victory on Anti Dry Needle action, fewer individuals have found our TCM industry in British Columbia is also facing the crisis. Currently, College of Physical Therapists of BC has included the acupuncture needles service into their scope of practice, which is

Donate to the Alberta Fires Appeal

Fort McMurray Disaster  The ATCMA Board wishes to extend our best wishes to all of the residents of Fort McMurray and surrounding area that were affected by the wild fire and evacuation. The ATCMA will be making a donation to the Canadian Red Cross www.redcross.ca  . We encourage our members to each make a charitable donation to the Red Cross Disaster relief fund. Every dollar counts and donations are tax deductible so please give what you can. The equivalent of

How much Chinese in Chinese Medicine?

How much Chinese in Chinese medicine? Friday, April 4, 2014 | Categories: Documentaries 14 AP Photo/Kin Cheung Listen The young Canadian skier Marie Michelle Gagnon stood poised in the start gate of the Super G in Sochi. Five days earlier, she had dislocated her shoulder. “She’s ready to go,” the commentator told the TV audience. “The physios have had the needles out.” Acupuncture. Chinese medicine. Everyone’s doing it, for everything from bad knees to infertility. There are high-end, low-lit clinics in urban downtowns, stripped-down operations in suburban malls; neighbours

March Lecture Series

This March we will have two seminars. The first seminar is scheduled on March 09, 2014. The detailed information is as follows: First lecture 第一讲 Title: What we need to know after GST/HST is exempted for our services Speakers: Dr. John Lee & Dr. Michael Chung Date: March 09, 2014 Time: 10 am to 1 pm Address: #A136a 100 West 49th Ave, Vancouver Organizer: ATCMA Language: Bilingual (English and Mandarin) John Lee: Dr. TCM and Registered Acupuncturist Ph.D and visiting Professor of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine GST/HST Task Chair of Canadian Coalition