Meet Dr. Shelley Benson
Shelley Benson is a Registered Acupuncturist and a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (DTCM). She studied at the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CITCM) under the school director Dr. Xia Cheng. The program was 11 months of the year for 4 years and consisted of 4,019 hours of study and 1,380 hours of practicum.
Shelley chose this field after some health issues of her own, which were restored naturally and without side effects through TCM. She has been practicing since 2009 and is always working to develop her skills and learn new things through continuing education courses. She looks forward to helping her patients overcome a variety of acute and chronic health problems or pain. Her MISSION is to work with her patients to achieve optimum health and wellness through a holistic and natural approach.
Shelley is very compassionate, empathetic and passionate in what she does and loves to help people with everything from stress, pain, insomnia, menopause, headaches, etc., but really enjoys helping couples in the fertility journey and therefore is working on becoming a certified specialist in infertility.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, working out, reading and hanging out with her fur babies.
Contact us to schedule an appointment and learn if acupuncture treatment is right for you.
Acupuncture Options in Medicine Hat
Acupuncture treats a variety of symptoms, helping patients across Medicine Hat lead more comfortable, active lives. Acupuncture can help you overcome a range of issues, including:
Our acupuncture prices are reasonable as our focus is on helping Medicine Hat take control over its health and vitality.
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