Ms. Nie graduated from University of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Tianjin. Since her graduation, she practiced as a Medical Doctor of Chinese Medicine at Tianjin Hebei Hospital for 8 years, before she was appointed Director of Heibei Hospital Sub-division. She also devoted her time in numerous subject researches on Diabetes and Skin Diseases to work along side some of the best specialists in Tianjin.
In year 2000, Ms. Nie and her family moved to Toronto, Canada. Ms. Nie did not want to give up the profession that she had always believed in and loved for the past 15 years, therefore since her arrival she has been working in holistic clinics and wellness centers. She provided treatments to the clients under the supervision of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada. In 2013, Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture has become a regulated profession. Ms. Nie was excited and glad that she was able to start providing safe and effective service under the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario.
Areas of Expertise:
1. Pain syndromes: Tension Headache, Migraine, Neck and shoulder pain, Whiplash Injury , Low back pain, Sciatica, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Tennis/Golf’s Elbow, Sprain and strain injuries etc.
2. Skin Conditions: all forms of dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, scleroderma, Lupus, Acne, Melasma
3. ENT Conditions: all forms of rhinitis, myopia of youth, tinnitus, diffulty hearing, cough, painful throat.
4. Internal Organ Conditions: Upper respiratory infections, Asthma, High blood pressure, arrhythmia of the heart, gastrointestinal disorders, gallstone etc.
5. Female disorders: PMS, infertility, Complications of childbirth, Climacteric syndrome
6. Others: Prolonged tiredness, insomnia, depression etc.
For the above conditions, she carefully assesses client’s conditions and determines her TCM diagnosis, then chooses her treatment plan from the following modalities: Prescription of Concentrated Chinese medicine powder/ and or Chinese herbs, external use of Chinese herbs, massage, acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, scraping, and reflexology.