Acupuncture airdrie

Acupuncture Can Help!

If you are tired of chasing symptoms and want more for your health you have come to the right place.

Revival is a pain therapy & injury clinic in Airdrie that works with you!


Acupuncture is a complete system of medicine based on Traditional Chinese Medicine principles.  Acupuncture, assess, diagnose and treats using modern scientific and physiological systems in the  body.

Acupuncture is complementary integrative medicine great to use alone, or with other therapeutic  treatments to best meet the patient’s needs and goals. 

World Health Organization (WHO) published an official report listing 31 symptoms, conditions,  and diseases that can be treated effectively by Acupuncture. 

✅ Promote, maintain, restore, and improve health

✅ Prevent disorder, imbalance or disease

✅ Alleviate pain

✅ Restore function and quality of life

✅ Facilitate healing

✅ Increase mobility


Acupuncture treatments consist of the stimulation of specific points, identified by anatomical and physiological standards, as well as by manual inspection and palpation. Stimulation of points elicits a predictable physiological response including neurophysiological responses in the muscles, spinal cord and brain, as well as biochemical and hormonal responses in the body. These responses change the body’s experience of symptoms, especially pain, or trigger the release of substances, which influence the body’s internal regulation. This includes the administration of manual, mechanical, thermal, and Electrotherapeutic stimulation. 

Following is the list of conditions shown through controlled trials to be treated effectively by Acupuncture:

Low back pain

Neck pain


Knee pain

Tennis elbow

Renal colic

Acute bacillary dysentery

Arthritis of the shoulder


Facial pain

TMJ PAIN & dysfunction

Radiation/chemo reactions

Allergic rhinitis, sinusitis


Dental pain

Acute and chronic gastritis

Rheumatoid arthritis

Hay fever

Primary dysmenorrhea

Induction of labour

Breech birth presentation

Morning sickness

Nausea and vomiting

Biliary colic

Peptic ulcer

Postoperative pain


Essential hypertension

Primary hypotension





If you are tired of chasing symptoms and want more for your health you have come to the right place.


No, it doesn’t hurt! 

Treatments are very relaxing, my needle technique is very gentle and effective, the majority of the times my patients are so relax that is normal to have a little “Acu-nap.”

In my practice, I use very fine, high quality disposable needles to stimulate specific anatomic sites in your body, this helps to trigger the nervous system response helping to strengthen the body’s  functions, promoting a faster healing processes.  


Scientists and doctors have several proven theories to explain the benefits of Acupuncture 

*Neurotransmitter Theory 

Acupuncture stimulates the release of specific neurotransmitters that stimulate the immune system  function 

*Autonomic Nervous System Theory  

Acupuncture stimulates the release of norepinephrine, and stimulates several types of opioid  receptors creating a positive affect to the nervous system, helping to reduce pain and  inflammation. 

*Vascular-Interstitial Theory 

Acupuncture affects the electrical system of the body. This facilitates healing by allowing the  transfer of material and electrical energy between normal and injured tissues. This electrical  energy is part of what we call “Qi” in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  

“Qi” is the vital force of energy and the transformation potential in every living organism  and its parts. 

You can call it ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), this is the molecule that carries energy within  cells. All living things use ATP. 

*Blood Chemistry Theory 

Acupuncture can both raise and diminish peripheral blood components, regulating the body  helping the individual to be in homeostasis, stimulating better blood circulation.


  • Electro acupuncture  
  • Fire Cupping, dynamic or stationary  
  • Gua sha, a tool rubbed along the skin in long strokes with enough pressure applied to create  micro trauma or appearance of bruising.  
  • Ear Seeds or ear needles on tiny stickers applied to the ears that provide sustained acupressure to  specific acu-points within the ear you can keep for 1-2 days after treatment.  • Infrared heat lamp with anti-inflammatory effects  
  • Topical herbs or Moxa (warm needle)  
  • Possible life changes recommendations, supplements or Chinese Herbs.  
  • Diet therapy  
  • Herbal formula prescriptions. (The supplements and herbs, are not included in the price of the  appointment, they are purchase separate).

Yes! Revival can direct bill for Acupuncture appointments 

There is an extensive, and personal intake process, we will review your intake form, and talk about all your health concerns. I will take your pulse, and observe your tongue; these are my best diagnostic tools to understand what is going on internally in your body. I make your treatment plan and point prescription, I usually use 10 or fewer needles, you may not even feel them.  Furthermore, I dim the lights and let you relax for 30 to 40 minutes; this process is highly meditative and relaxing. Guarantee, You will feel better, more relaxed, and peaceful. 


Acupuncture works cumulatively in a series of treatments, so we encourage you to experience what it has to offer by committing to your treatment plan. With each treatment improvements build up from the last, if your symptoms are returning before your next visit, book in as soon as possible.

Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments are very personal and customized, you may receive a  different point prescription each visit, I will give you a specific treatment plan for your needs,  and instructions to follow after your visits. Treatments work cumulative, for faster results treatments I may prescribe, one to two times for the first two weeks. After achieving stable results,  only once a month may be necessary to maintain your progress in healing.  I recommend you to come for Tuneup treatments as preventive health, especially on high stressful times, or when life thoughts at you, something unexpected, Acupuncture is an amazing therapy for your mental health.  

Acute conditions improve more quickly than chronic is beneficial you come for treatment as soon as possible after an injury, new symptom or health imbalance. 


  • Please arrive 5 minutes early, be hydrated, and have eaten a snack or meal within the last couple of hours.  
  • A gown or draping sheet will be provided if you are required to undress for your acupuncture session.  
  • Plan to the best of your ability to be unavailable by the electronic device for the duration of your appointment. We strive to make your visit as relaxing as possible and concentrate your focus on the healing moment.
  • Make sure you have some minutes of extra time after your appointment, to allow you to fully be awake after treatment. 

Be gentle with yourself after your appointment and take it easy! Drink plenty of water at room  temperature.  

Post-treatment care for acupuncture: avoid alcohol, caffeine, heavy exercise, very hot or cold baths, and stressful intellectual work for the rest of the day.  

Post-treatment care for cupping, gua-sha: avoid cold, wind, hot baths and strenuous exercise. After cupping, gua-sha, skin discoloration is a normal reaction of the treatment, and if present, generally resolves within a few days to a week.

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