Health History Forms

If you already know which service you prefer to receive, you can prepare for your first visit by filling out the respective health history forms below and either send the filled out form to our email address: OR print the filled out form and bring it to the clinic for your first appointment.

Before Your Treatment

It is best not to eat a heavy meal and drink alcoholic beverages for at least four hours before a treatment. It is better not to be fasting or extremely hungry before your treatment. Allow adequate time to get to your appointment so you are not rushed to arrive. Please do not wear perfume, cologne or heavy makeup to your appointments.

Your first appointment will begin with a consultation of your health history, a discussion about your current symptoms and health conditions, and the goals of your treatment. Initial acupuncture treatments include an assessment, diagnosis and treatment, and normally requires a 90-minute session.

During & After The Treatment

During your treatment, most parts of your body will be covered with a draped top sheet and a blanket. Your private parts will be covered at all times. Only the body part being treated will be undraped to ensure a comfortable and secure patient experience. At the end of your treatment, your therapist will leave the room and close the door for your privacy while you get dressed. When you are ready, they will return and discuss self-care techniques and dietary advice to help rebalance the body and boost energy.

After-care of the treatment is to drink water in order to rehydrate and flush away any toxins that may have been released during treatment. An Epsom salt bath is recommended for sore muscles post-treatment.

An Experienced and Esteemed RMT & Acupuncturist

Chen Weinberg - R.Ac., RMT

Chen Weinberg is not only a skilled Registered Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist, she’s also a Shiatsu master and a qualified therapist in Reiki and Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies Tui Na, Cupping Therapy, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Auricular Acupuncture and Chinese Foot Reflexology. Her goal is to educate her patients and help them achieve inner balance, increase body awareness and enhance their body-mind-spirit connection.

A graduate of the prestigious Sutherland–Chan School & Teaching Clinic and a high honours graduate of AIM Academy, Chen is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, the Registered Massage Therapists‚ Association of Ontario, and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.