Calgary Acupuncture – Southcentre Chinese Acupuncture

Southland Park II #505 – 10333 Southport Rd SW

Dr. Hong Yan

Dr. Hong Yan

Registered Acupuncturist in Calgary

Educated with both Bachelor and Master degrees in Acupuncture from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr.Yan has been engaged in acupuncture education and practice since 1993. Her private practice, Southcentre Chinese Acupuncture was established in 2006. Over the years, she has been successfully helping people in a variety range of disorders. The clinic was featured on TV and in the Calgary Herald. She is well respected and liked by her patients.


Master degree (06/2002)
Bachelor degree (06/1993)



Experienced acupuncturist: Dr. Yan is specialized in treating a variety range of disorders with acupuncture as the main therapy. With her three distinguished protocols: Comprehensive Acupuncture Pain Management, Female Hormone Balancing Acupuncture, and Brain Activating Acupuncture, she is able to guarantee results in treating all kinds of pain, woman’s health (fertility, menopause and imbalance of hormones), central nervous system disorders (anxiety, depression, MS, ADHD, insomnia), digestive disorders (dyspepsia and IBS) and mild autoimmune diseases. Her clinic research on treating menopause with acupuncture was published on the European Journal of Oriental Medicine.


Excellent Instructor: Dr. Yan started her career as an instructor at Nanjing International Acupuncture Training centre (supported by WHO) in 1993. She was a full time instructor at the  Acupuncture program of Grant MacEwan University and a part time instructor at the Acupressure program of Mount Royal University. She is a certified PDA (Professional Development Activity) provider of NCCAOM (U.S). Based on her 30 years of experience, her online teaching course: New Concept Acupuncture (Differentiation of Disease in Acupuncture Practice) is approved for 12 NCCAOM credits.


Good English communication skills: Dr. Yan scored 8 in the speaking and listening sections of IELTS when applying for immigration. She listens to her patients and always has good interactions with them.


Passion: besides of work, Dr. Yan is an enthusiastic photographer. Most of her
spare time is spent in the mountains capturing the beauty of the Canadian Rockies.
Some of her works were selected by the digital gallery of Leica Fotografie International.

Play Video


  • Self-drafted prescriptions to treat 53 cases of fever due to upper respiratory tract inflammation
    (Jiangsu TCM magazine, 5th, 1995)
  •  Explanations of 3 excellent cases of Professor Xiao Shaoqing
    (Jiangsu TCM magazine, 9th, 1995)
  • 66 cases of treating diarrhea by applying herbal pie on the umbilicus
    (Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 3rd, 1996)
  • The application of principle of soothing Liver-Qi to relieve pain in acupuncture clinic
    (Contemporary Integration of Western Medicine & TCM Research), published by China Science Publishing House, March, 1996
  • One of the Editors of Contemporary Integration of Western Medicine & TCM Research, Published by China Science Publishing House, March, 1996
  • Treating 52 cases of cervical spondylosis by Eye-acupuncture
    (Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 12th, 1996)
  • Clinic research on treating chronic fatigue syndrome by differentiation of syndromes with acupuncture and moxibustion
    (Chinese Acupuncture and moxibustion, 4th, 2003)
  • Treating menopause syndrome with the protocol of balance brain and ovaries
    (European Journal of Oriental Medicine Volume 8, No 5, 2017)

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