As of March 27, 2020, Premier Jason Kenney stated the new contingency plan for Covid19 including mandatory order from the Government of Alberta to urgently close all non-essential, close contact businesses (including small clinics and health professionals). Longevity Clinic will comply and follow the new contingency plan. Thank you for understanding. Stay safe and God bless.
Due to renovation, Longevity Clinic will now open as an online clinic for the general public.
Dr. Wang will consult patients via online and send the medicine by parcel or by a local pickup.
Please email us if you like to book an online appointment.
We wish you a great year!
Happy New Year everyone!
Only 2 more days to go until Christmas!!!
Are you excited Calgary?!
Longevity Clinic will be taking a short break during the Christmas Holiday.
The clinic will be closed from Dec. 23rd ~ Jan. 2nd, 2017.
We will return to our normal business hour on Jan. 3rd, 2017.
Thank you for another great year of support and we will continue to serve our best for the community of Calgary.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Happy Holiday everyone! : )
Thank you for this amazing and beautiful country
I love everything about Canada
and I’m proud to be a Canadian
Happy Canada Day!
Migraine is a type of recurrent headaches that can range from moderate to severe.
In general, the headaches can occur on half side of the head, pain feels like pulsating, they can last from 2 ~ 72 hours.
Symptoms wtih migraine may include nausea, vomiting, light sensitivities, sound, or smell.
1/3 of people may have a visual aura before the disturbance of migraine.
In Chinese Medicine, we talk about migraine in many different types of factors. Factors can be range from internal and external. It is important to understand the root of the problem before pursuiting treatments. In acupuncture, on our head, there are many meridian points in which guides to differet organs in our body. Pain often comes from meridians being blocked, where Qi cannot follow or transfer, thus, pain will occur. The way to treat it is by removing the obstructions and relieve the way of Qi to pass smoothly. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can be very effective in treating migraine with good success rate.
Gastritis is a form of inflammation of the stomach lining.
Gastritis can be caused by irregular diet, excessive alcohol consumption, chronic vomiting, long term stress, medications, h. pylori, bacteria, infections and bile reflux. Gastritis can lead to a internal bleeding and may further develop into cancer. Some common symptoms for gastritis include nausea, vomiting, bloating, abdominal pain, burning in stomach, hiccups, low appetite, vomiting blood, and black stools.
In Chinese Medicine, we uses herbs and acupuncture to regulate the stomach acid, calm down the reflux, treat the inflammation and rebuild the stomach lining. This may be a long process, because stomach is a very delicate organ to work with and stomach is constantly working without no rest.
Ginseng, the rock star of all herbs in Chinese Medicine. The popularity of ginseng is very well known in both Eastern and Western societies. So, what is giseng? Ginseng itself in Chinese Medicine serves as tonics, it tonifies your body, strengthen up Qi, boost immunity, increases lung and heart effieincy, decrease blood sugar and increases appetite and digestion. However, ginseng is still a form of medicine and need to be use with cautions. Ginseng is not necessary suitable for pregnancy, hypertension, chronic kidney failure, infections, inflammations, influenza, diabetes, insomnia, mood swing…etc
Patient should always get a proper consultation and diagnosis from a well-trained Chinese Medicine Doctor before proceeding into any form of Chinese Medicine treatments.
We all face situations where we become so sadden that our heart like felt it’s broken
When we say “heart broken”, the terminology does not neccessary mean that the heart is literally broken in physical state.
However, our physical matter can be damaged by overstress with any types of emotions in prolonged of time.
In Chinese Medicine, we talk about emotions as being one of the ways to stay in good health.
Emotions can direct the way of Qi, too little or too much is never good.
Balance is always the key to stay healthy.