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Is Acupuncture Right For Me?

Considering acupuncture? At Cochrane TCM, we specialize in addressing a wide range of health concerns, effectively targeting over 100 medical conditions recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). From chronic pain and headaches to allergies, acupuncture not only addresses specific issues but also offers benefits such as reduced inflammation, improved digestion, increased circulation, strengthened immunity, enhanced mood, stress reduction, and hormone regulation.

Cancellation Policy

Cochrane TCM asks that you try and give at least 24 hours notice for appointment cancellations

Cochrane TCM Acupuncture

Initial Assessment


In the first session, your practitioner will conduct an assessment of your overall health. This evaluation typically includes a series of inquiries regarding your medical history, existing symptoms, and lifestyle habits. This session includes both the initial consultation and the initial treatment.

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In a follow-up acupuncture session, your practitioner will assess your progress since the last appointment, with the typical retention time for acupuncture needles lasting around 10 -15 minutes. Additionally, electro-acupuncture may be introduced to augment the effectiveness of the treatment.

Acupuncture Revisit
$100 - $110
Cochrane Acupuncture Alberta

Fertility Acupuncture Revisit


Dr. Jessica is currently welcoming new fertility patients. With her expertise in providing personalized care and effective treatment options, she is committed to supporting individuals on their path to fertility. Please choose this option following the initial consultation with Dr. Jessica. 

Acupuncture is...

Acupuncture is the most recognized therapy in Chinese Medicine, involving the insertion of small, sterile, disposable needles into specific points on the body to address various health problems. According to Chinese medical theory, the body has a flow of energy known as Qi, which circulates through pathways similar to rivers. When these pathways experience obstruction, it can lead to pain, illness, and other ailments.

For millennia, Chinese practitioners have utilized acupuncture to stimulate points along these energy pathways, aiming to restore the natural flow of energy and promote healing. The strategic placement of needles facilitates the unblocking of energy, fostering a balanced and harmonious state within the body.

In addition to traditional Chinese acupuncture, Western medical acupuncture is an integrated approach that has gained recognition for its effectiveness in addressing pain-related issues. This contemporary adaptation of acupuncture incorporates principles from Western medicine, emphasizing a neuroscientific perspective. In Western medical acupuncture, the focus is on stimulating nerve endings in the muscles and other tissues, triggering the release of natural pain-relieving substances such as endorphins. This approach aligns with the understanding of acupuncture's impact on the nervous system, influencing pain perception and promoting overall well-being.

By combining insights from both Eastern and Western medical traditions, practitioners can offer a comprehensive and holistic approach, catering to the diverse needs and preferences of individuals seeking relief.

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