• New Patients Welcome
  • Direct Insurance Billing
  • Evening & Weekend Appointments
  • ICBC & Worksafe Accepted

or call 604-465-1624


Activate your body’s natural painkillers

Acupuncture, a branch of Chinese medicine involves gently inserting very small needles into the skin at various sites to induce anesthesia. Traditional and modern views differ on the benefits of acupuncture. Traditionally, inserting needles into various points on the body unblocks meridians in the body and increases blood flow. Modern thinking maintains that by stimulating the body’s signaling system, your natural healing processes will be sped up.

Key Benefits:

  • Reduce depression effects
  • Increase ability to sleep
  • Assist in weight loss
  • Reduce allergy effects
  • Reduce headaches
  • Increase total body wellness
  • Relieve pain

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What You Need To Know

Injuries Treated & Techniques Used

We treat a full range of injuries and pains using a spectrum of modalities, techniques, and technology.


Insurance Accepted

We direct bill many common insurance companies so you can focus on getting better!


Our Philosophy

We’ve crafted a rehab experienced around patient care and ensuring you have a speedy recovery.


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We have a 4.9 star Google rating
across over 250 reviews!

Meet Your Practitioners

Anna Mieszkowska



Dr. Hanli (Lina) Zheng



Dr. Nian Hai (Raymond) Liang



The Pitt Meadows Wellness Difference

Direct Insurance Billing

Our treatments are priced competitively and many of our services are covered by health insurance. We also accept ICBC & WorkSafe BC claims.

Convenient Hours

We’re open evenings and weekends to accommodate your busy schedule. New patients are always welcome!

Well Reviewed / 4.9 Stars

We’ve been in business for over 27 years and have 4.9 stars on Google.

Convenient Location

Quick access from Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam & Langley to a wide range of services.

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Additional Information

You do not need a medical doctor’s referral to receive acupuncture treatment.
Most benefit plans include 80 to 100% acupuncture coverage, and we direct-bill most extended health care plans.
ICBC covers the cost of acupuncture treatments within the first 12 weeks after a car accident. They may cover further treatments with approval.

What is Medical Acupuncture?

Acupuncture belongs to the scope of practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This ancient, holistic medical system focuses on treating the whole person, rather than just a disease. Acupuncture is a clinical procedure that involves the use of fine, sterile needles inserted & manipulated at specific points of the body to trigger a healing response.

Medical Acupuncture applies the evidence-based concepts of acupuncture to relieve pain, alter movement patterns and improve performance. Acupuncture stimulates the nervous system to put the body’s natural mechanisms of healing into action

The Western approach to acupuncture uses a combination of Western medicine’s understanding and knowledge of the body’s neuromuscular system, while the Traditional Chinese Medicine’s (TCM) approach uses the flow of Qi (energy) throughout the body for the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health and prevention of a disorder, imbalance or disease.

Sterile acupuncture needles are inserted into specific points on the body. When these points are stimulated through gentle and specific movements of the practitioner’s hands or with electrical stimulation, endorphins are released which act as the body’s own natural pain killers. This also helps to encourage tissue healing.

For more than 2000 years, acupuncture has been used to promote natural healing of a wide range of ailments, but today it is most commonly used to treat various types of pain caused by:

  • whiplash
  • acute & chronic neck & back problems
  • frozen shoulder
  • tennis elbow
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • tendonitis
  • sciatica
  • sports injuries
  • Acupuncture also offers additional treatment options to individuals with chronic health problems for which mainstream medicine presently offers no completely satisfactory treatment (e.g. multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, low metabolism).
What is Cupping Therapy?

Cupping is an adjunctive therapy to acupuncture that is a form of alternative medicine stemming from Traditional Chinese Medicine Glass or silicone cups that are suctioned onto the skin’s surface through negative pressure.

The suction draws out toxins, stimulates the peripheral nervous system, brings blood flow to stagnant muscles and skin, loosens adhesions in the connective tissue, and loosens stubborn knots in the muscles. Cups can be left over specific acupuncture points to stimulate the flow of Qi, or the cups can be used to massage the muscles causing a deeper muscular release.

ICBC & WorkSafe BC Claims welcome!

Call: 604-465-1624

201 19070 Lougheed Hwy.
Pitt Meadows, BC, V3Y 2M6

Mon: 8:00AM-8:00PM
Tues: 9:00AM-9:00PM
Wed: 9:00AM-8:00PM
Thurs: 8:00AM-9:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-4:00PM

Our Process to Improving your Health and Wellbeing

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The first step to improving your health is booking a new appointment.
Give us a call at 604-465-1624
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Initial Assessment

Meet your practitioner, tell us about your injury or condition, your goals and begin your recovery on day one. We’ll provide you with a treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Your Body, Your Decisions

Once we have shared our recommendations, we want you to make the best decisions for yourself. We will never be pushy or recommend treatments that you do not need.

New Patients Welcome

We always warmly welcome new patients to our office and accept all major insurance companies as well as ICBC & WorkSafe BC claims. Give us a call or fill out the form to request an appointment.


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