Unit:15--1447 Upper Ottawa St
Hamilton, ON L8W 3J6
Lin Chen graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in China and completed his training at the John & Jenny Traditional Chinese Medicine College between September 2013 and April 2015 in Canada and got licences.
As a clinician he focuses his practice on management and treatment of chronic pain, mental and emotional distress, and gastrointestinal issues amongst other issues. He is also skilled in cupping and moxibustion treatments to maximize the effect.
Registered Massage Therapist
Linda is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage in 2014. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.
Through personal experience, Linda understands how much massage can benefit both the body and mind. She has experience in Swedish massage, sports massage, prenatal massage, and TMJ treatments. Her treatments incorporate deeper techniques such as fascial and trigger point therapy into relaxation-based massages to help relieve tension and muscle soreness while helping you de-stress.
Linda have good technology and experiences of using cupping to support to reduce pain.
Serene Healthcare Clinic is composed of professionals. Was founded in 2015. Our professionals are adhering to the principle of proceeding from the point of view of patients, formulating and implementing appropriate treatment programs, and achieving the goal of relieving and removing pains for patients.
Professional hands you can Trust!
What is acupuncture? How does acupuncture work?
Acupuncture originated from China and has been practiced there for thousands of years. It was during the second half of the twentieth century it began to spread rapidly in Western Europe and North America.
Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through the patient's skin at specific points on the body - the needles are inserted to various depths. According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are located on meridians through which Qi vital energy runs. According to the WHO (World Health Organization) acupuncture is effective for treating 100 conditions, while evidence indicates it may have an effective therapeutic value for many more.
The benefits of acupuncture include:
When performed correctly it is safe
There are very few side effects
It is a very effective combination treatment
It is effective in controlling some types of pain
It may be considered for patients who do not respond to pain medications
It is a useful alternative for patients who do not want to take pain medications
What is massage therapy?
The practice of massage therapy involves the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of physical dysfunction and pain. A variety of techniques are used to attain these goals such as, the manipulation of soft tissues muscles, tendons and ligaments, mobilization of joints, local and systemic circulation increase, lymphatic drainage, and stretching and strengthening programs. Although massage therapy can be extremely helpful in dealing with an isolated problem, it is most effective when used as part of an ongoing health maintenance program. Regular massage treatments help maintain overall good tissue health by dealing with existing problems and preventing new ones from forming. Linda is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
What is Cupping Therapy?
Cupping is an ancient medical treatment; its Chinese roots date back to 300 or 400 A.D.
In cupping, suction cups of varying sizes are attached to the body. The suction draws stagnant blood to the surface of the skin and improves blood circulation through the tissues, which can speed healing
Research has found cupping may benefit conditions such as chronic neck and shoulder pain, arthritis of the knee, herpes zoster, facial paralysis and cervical spondylosis
The treatment is said to improve blood circulation, thereby speeding up healing, reducing pain and easing muscle soreness. According to Dr. Houman Danesh, a pain management specialist at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, cupping helps "jumpstart the body's natural healing process."