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Acu in the Six 

Acupuncture by Daryl Fang, R.Ac, B. App. Sci, B.A

Practicing Registered Acupuncturist, loving and living the good life in Toronto

Daryl Fang, 

R.Ac. 

 

 

 

 

Registered Acupuncturist with the College of Traditional Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO)

About

Daryl Fang, R.Ac

I've always been interested in the pursuit of balance and good health - naturally. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine have always interested me as I have not only  seen, but also have been the recipient of the healing benefits of these ancient (but highly relevant) modalities of treatment. 

 
01.

On your first treatment, you will be guided through an initial consultation (which includes a pulse and tongue diagnosis) and asked relevant health questions with regards to the condition you are seeking help with. After a TCM diagnosis is made and a pattern of symptoms determined, an individualized and unique treatment plan will be designed for you which will be immediately followed by your acupuncture treatment.

 

Follow up plans are discussed at the close of treatment and we meet again at the next session to see how your body has responded to the first treatment. Loose fitting clothing is always recommended for each acupuncture session. Initial intake times vary depending on which clinic I work at. Generally you should allow yourself at least between an hour to an hour & a half for this initial consultation and treatment. Please click on links provided in the Contact Page for more specific initial intake details and times. 

02.

The follow up treatment sessions that follow your first initial intake usually start off again with a tongue and pulse diagnosis and questions are asked focusing on progress made since your first treatment.  

We discuss how you feel physically and mentally, set progress markers at this stage for what to anticipate as your conditions improve and sometimes dietary or lifestyle advice is given to help enhance your progress.

 

Depending on the requirements of the condition that you came in to seek treatment for, follow-up sessions are usually anywhere between 45 mins to one hour in length. Again, depending on which clinic I work at, follow-up session length will vary. You may find out more on the links to each of the clinics provided in the Contact Page. 

 

Treatment prices

Because I work in different clinics across the GTA, treatment prices will vary. Please refer to the individual clinics for more information. Links to each clinic are included on the Contact Page.