Specializing in anti-aging therapies, acupuncturist Shelly Wade uses choice of needles or lasers to remove blockages and restore energy flow
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$25 for one 30-minute laser- or needle-acupuncture treatment (up to an $85 value)
$69 for three laser- or needle-acupuncture treatments (up to a $255 value)
$299 for a wellness package (a $710 total value) that includes:
- Initial consultation (a $75 value)
- 30-minute laser- or needle-acupuncture treatment (an $85 value)
- BloodScan live-blood analysis (a $150 value)
- Anti-aging facial-rejuvenation acupuncture treatment (a $175 value)
- Follow-up consultation (a $75 value)
- One-month supply of nutritional supplements (a $150 value)
Needleless acupuncture sounds like a contradiction, but Shelly Wade does it everyday—with lasers. Of course, she's well versed in traditional acupuncture as well. Licensed through the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia, Shelly found her way to acupuncture after a car accident interrupted her competitive dancing career. Impressed by its impact on her recovery, she began studying acupuncture along with other natural therapies, such as biofeedback and reflexology, to pay forward the benefits these therapies afforded her.
Today, as owner of Island Integrative Health Clinic, Shelly does just that by combining those multiple approaches to healing. She also specializes in anti-aging treatments such as facial-rejuvenation acupuncture, giving clients an alternative to Botox and never smiling again by applying a low-level current that combats wrinkles and other signs of aging. Further services her centre offers range from massage therapy to BloodScan, a live-blood analysis that aims to identify pre-symptomatic indicators of degenerative disease. No matter the treatment, she approaches each case with a gentle, welcoming approach, believing that acupuncturists must help their patients feel comfortable so that they remain open to the healing process.