Traditional Chinese Medicine

Registered Acupuncturist

Dr. Jeon completed her Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) education at Shanghai TCM College of BC in 2003. Since then, she has worked continuously as a registered TCM practitioner and, in 2008, she attained the position of a registered doctor of TCM. Thereafter, she obtained her BSc. in Kinesiology from SFU (2010) and her MSc. in Rehabilitation Sciences from UBC (2016). In her practice, Dr. Jeon integrates her knowledge, skills and training in Kinesiology & Rehabilitation with the theory and practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to treat illness and promote health & well being. She practices acupuncture together with a combination of rehabilitation exercises, electro-stimulation, cupping, moxibustion or herbal medicine. In addition to her clinical practice, she teaches students Acupuncture TCM at Tzu chi International College of TCM of Vancouver (2011-Present).

At Ridgepoint Wellness, Dr. Jeon provides acupuncture services to help with those who need

Pain management for acute or chronic pain. Some conditions may include but not limited to:

  • Motor vehicle accident injuries such as whiplash, soft tissue injury, pain and disability.
  • Sports and/or work related injuries.
  • Pain and discomfort resulting from musculoskeletal injuries such as tendinopathy or tendonitis.
  • Headaches, neck, back, shoulder and sciatic pain.
  • Arthritic, dental, post-operative pain,
  • Trigeminal neuralgia and facial pain.
Neuro-rehabilitation for patients who experience pain, discomfort and functional impairment due to neurological conditions. Our clinic is equipped with an exercise area used for patients who want to regain or improve functional mobility. Neurological conditions treated can include:
  • Post-stroke conditions
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuropathy and post-shingle neuralgia
Cancer care for patients who are also under the care of conventional medicine. Acupuncture can help cancer patients who are experiencing the adverse effects of conventional treatment by providing pain and symptomatic relief. Acupuncture can also be used in palliative care to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life. Symptoms and conditions such as:
  • Chemotherapy -induced leukopenia (decrease in the number of white blood cells), related neutropenia, induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)
  • Radiation induced dry mouth
  • Fatigue
  • Hot flashes
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Pain
Mental and emotional health for people who experience feelings of depression, anxiety, sleep disturbance, and/or digestive problems due to chronic stress and mental illness.

What to expect in your visit

During your first visit which will take approximately one hour, the practitioner will listen to your health concerns and use the provided information to give you a TCM diagnosis. A treatment plan will be created and discussed with you along with any options. Your treatments can start once you've approved the treatment plan. Depending on the diagnosis, the practitioner may recommend to you other treatment modalities, including electrical stimulation, moxibustion, rehabilitation exercises or cupping. The progress of your treatment will be reassessed during your follow up visit which will be approximately 40-45 min. and if necessary, adjustments to your treatment plan will be made accordingly.

Payments Accepted
Cash, Cheque, e-Transfer, Credit, and Debit
Time (Minutes) Prices
60 min $ 90
60 min Initial ICBC visit $ 105
60 min ICBC follow up treament $ 88