Tammy Lee is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a Registered Acupuncturist with the College of Acupuncturists of Alberta. 

Prior to entering the TCM field, Tammy obtained her B.Comm, Accounting at UBC in 2000 and articled at EY (Bermuda) where she obtained her CPA (ME) designation. Since obtaining her TCM diploma at ACATCM in 2016, Tammy divided her time between private practice, accounting and finance, home and served on several boards. 

Tammy’s analytical and formula-based approach includes I Ching Acupuncture, Motor Point Acupuncture and Medical Pulse Diagnosis. Tammy addresses many conditions but takes a special interest in chronic pain, migraines and digestive issues.

When not in clinic, Tammy can be found delving into foundational theories, spending time with friends and family, knitting, and bothering her two teens.

Book An appointment with Dr. Tammy Lee

What shall I do before my appointment?

Fill out the online intake form attached in the Welcome email, wear loose clothings and arrive 5 minutes early.

How long is a treatment?

30 minutes for cupping, 60 minutes for Acupuncture and 60 Minutes for Acupuncturere/ Moxibustion.

Can I eat before Acupuncture?

It is best to eat two hours at least before Acupuncture.

How often should I come for an appointment?

Pending the severity of your issue a practitioner may recommend anywhere between bi-weekly to multiple times a week appointments to help you reach your health goals.

Do you offer suppliments?

Often to enhance treatment goals, practitioners will recommend herbal suppliments. These range from pills, to dissolving powders, to even a collection of herbs to cook at home. The frequency and timeframe of these suppliments is unique to each case however typically 10 days per course.

How do I get started?

By booking an appointment at your preferred location, we do have two convenient TCM & Acupuncture clinic locations to serve you!
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