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Naghmeh Ghane Tehrani, T.CM.P. | Acupuncturist & Herbalist

Naghmeh Ghane Tehrani, T.CM.P.

Naghmeh is a Registered Practitioner (Acupuncturist & Herbalist) and member of the CTCMA.  She graduated from the practitioner program (acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine) at the PCU College of Holistic Medicine in Vancouver, BC.  Naghmeh’s background is Western Medicine.  She was a general physician for 8 years in her home country of Iran. There she practiced family medicine and felt rewarded by helping families be healthy.

Because of her wonderful experiences of acupuncture, she decided to take a new direction in medicine with continuing her education in traditional Chinese medicine in Canada.  She enjoys the gentle treatment approach depend on each condition, using both acupuncture and herbs, to brings normal body balance back, and paying attention to treat roots as well as the symptoms to get the best results.

She also completed Qi beauty course with Kathy Pedersen (Founder and Managing Director) and became a Qi beauty practitioner, using this amazing method as anti-aging, also for detoxification and skin health.

Naghmeh is interested in women’s health, digestive disorders, stress conditions, insomnia, as well as pain management, and cosmetic acupuncture (facial rejuvenation).


Services Include:

Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points located near or on the surface of the skin which have the ability to alter various biochemical and physiological conditions in order to achieve the desired effect.

Acupuncture points are areas of designated electrical sensitivity. Inserting needles at these points stimulates various sensory receptors that, in turn, stimulate nerves that transmit impulses to the hypothalamic-pituitary system at the base of the brain.

The hypothalamus-pituitary glands are responsible for releasing neurotransmitters and endorphins, the body’s natural pain-killing hormones. It is estimated that endorphins are 200 times more potent than morphine. Endorphins also play a big role in the functioning of the hormonal system. This is why acupuncture works well for back pain and arthritis and also for P.M.S. and infertility.

The substances released as a result of acupuncture not only relax the whole body, they regulate serotonin in the brain which plays a role in human and animal disposition. This is why depression is often treated with acupuncture.

Some of the physiological effects observed throughout the body include increased circulation, decreased inflammation, relief from pain, relief of muscle spasms and increased T-cell count which stimulates the immune system.


Methionine Inositol Choline (MIC) is composed of three amino acids combined with the B Vitamins especially pyridoxine(B6), Folic Acid and Methylcobalamin (B12); also other amino acids or B vitamins may added to target different conditions. The combination works together to:

  • Increase the metabolism of fat and eliminate the abnormal fatty deposits
  • control appetite and help to control weight
  • help to control cholesterol level
  • improve liver function, help liver to metabolize fat, and removing toxin from the body
  • improve protein and carbohydrate metabolism
  • assist the brain and maintain nervous system
  • improve immune system
  • boost energy and prevent fatigue
  • regulate mood
  • help to control depression and anxiety
  • promote healthy skin, hair and maintain healthy skin tone


Cupping is the term applied to a technique that uses small cups as suction devices that are placed on the skin. Once the suction has occurred, the cups can be gently moved across the skin. The suction in the cups causes the skin and superficial muscle layer to be lightly drawn into the cup. it uses gentle pressure to pull them upward. For most patients, this is a particularly relaxing and relieving sensation. The suction and negative pressure provided by cupping can loosen muscles, encourage blood flow, and sedate the nervous system. Cupping is used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, migraines and much more


Chinese Herbal Medicine:
For over 8,000 years, the Chinese have used herbs as natural healing agents. Well documented for their beneficial effects, these herbs come from different parts like roots, bark, seeds, fruit, branches and leaves. Depending on the client’s condition, a different formula of 5-20 herbs is used to target the health issue without harming the body. Results vary by person and condition.


Trigger Point Injection Therapy:
Trigger-Point Injection (TPI) therapy is a long-established medical procedure used to treat muscular and fascial (myofascial) pain. Myofascial trigger points are areas of contracted muscle fibres which are identifiable as painful bands/nodules on clinical examination . Myofascial trigger points are a major cause of dysfunction and pain which is local or may referred to other areas of the body, such as shoulder pain neck pain, back pain, headaches, migraines, frozen shoulder, tendinitis. Trigger point injection is the injection of vitamins, herbal extracts, homeopathics and other nutritional supplements in the form of sterile substances into specific sites and points on the body. The Injection helps to release and relax the trigger point, relief pain, stimulates local blood flow, helps the inflammation, and restoring normal muscle function and range of motion.


Acu-point Injection Therapy:
Also known as Biopuncture, that means the injection of vitamins, herbal extracts, homeopathics and other nutritional supplements in the form of sterile substances just under the skin, into a muscle, ligament or acupuncture points. Injection is an adjunctive treatment for traditional acupuncture and activates acupuncture points with additional healing provided by the remedies. Injection therapy, as acupuncture, helps preventing of disease, maintaining health and treating variety of disorders. It is quick, easy and many patients will notice a positive response after treatment.

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