La médecine chinoise est composée de cinq branches, ou bien cinq modalités de traitement. Chacune de ces modalités sont unies par la théorie de la médecine chinoise, qui repose sur le concept de libre circulation de l’énergie (Qi) dans le corps. Lorsque l’énergie ne circule plus librement, un blocage s’installe et il y a apparition de symptômes. Par différentes méthodes, le praticien cherche alors à rétablir une circulation fluide du Qi.


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Acupuncture is a specific tratment among Chinese medicine 5 branches. Well known and recognized in Quebec, it results from an in-depth knowledge of energetic physiology, namely the theory of meridians and its application. Through different methods of evaluation and treatment, the acupuncturist facilitates the circulation of energy (Qi) in the meridians and organs.

The East Asian herbalism is a practice which is also based on energetic evaluation. The great Chinese medical tradition makes it the best transmitted, the most practiced and the most studied modality, for more than 2000 years until today. It has never stopped improving its efficiency and enriching with an increasingly vast clinical experience adapted to modern problems.

Tuina is a unique form of massage therapy that integrates myofascial release and craniosacral therapy with the theory of acupuncture meridians. A wide variety of manual techniques make it essential in the treatment of muscle and joint pain, but also for the integration of emotional charges and traumas accumulated in the body. Combined with Qigong, Tuina offers a complete postural and energetic realignment.




Bertrand Loranger, Ac.

Either through his practice of Gong Fu, music or chinese medicine, Bertrand Loranger’s main interest in everything is the application and transmission of traditionnal knowledge. He graduated acupuncture at Rosemont college in 2015. Since then, his clinical practice is revolving around three main disciplines: Tuina massage, in the lineage of Vince Black, kampo herbalism, in the lineage of Keisetsu Otsuka and classical acupuncture in the tradition of Jeffrey Yuen.


Evelyne Vigneux-Salesse, Ac.

Evelyne graduated acupunctur recently from Rosemont College, completing her internship in the very first cohort dedicated to clinical research. Her main interest is the treatment of emotional causal imprint, also called trauma, affecting in the body in various ways: internal organ troubles or more external muscle and joint pain. She is also developping her approach around a style that is very precious for us at the clinic, the great Calssical acupuncture transmitted by the Daoist teacher Jeffrey Yuen.