Acupuncture Regina

Acupuncture in Regina with Dr. Zahra Mazanderani

Dr. Zahra Mazanderani is a Registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor who has been practicing Acupuncture since 2012. She is currently offering acupuncture sessions in Regina at Gateway Alliance Medical in Regina, SK.

Some of the Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments employed at the clinic in Regina are:
• Traditional acupuncture
• Cosmetic acupuncture
• Moxibustion
• Cupping therapy
• Electrical stimulation
• Chinese herbal therapies.

Acupuncture Consultation in Regina

If you are looking for an acupuncture clinic in Regina, Dr. Zahra will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have. Our Regina acupuncture clinic is conveniently located at Gateway Alliance Medical, 4661 Rae St.
Please call for free over-the-phone Consultation today:

Phone: 306-757-4283
Direct: 778-847-2026
Acupuncture Clinic in Regina

What Zahra’s Patients Say:

I am so delighted that Dr. Zahra is providing acupuncture services in Regina! She is extremely knowledgeable and an expert in diagnosing issues and resolving them very quickly. She is very humble and professional. I appreciate all of the unique weight loss treatments and her healthy food recommendations. I am extremely happy with the results of my treatments and I have noticed my energy increased and feels great. Thank you for your wonderful and mindful services, as well as your sweet and unlimited kindness!
Zahra Darzi
Zahra Darzi
Zahra is absolutely amazing. I look forward to every appointment and always walk out feeling renewed. She has treated me for hormone imbalance, shoulder injury, muscle tension, and stress among other things and all have been with great results. She is kind and comforting and very professional
J Wils
J Wils

About Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Medicine that is based on the philosophy that vital energy flowing through the body nourishes and protects from illness.

Acupuncture originated 5,000 years ago and hinges on the theory that fourteen major energy channels or meridians flow through the body. This vital energy or Qi, travels through the meridians. Any blockage or misdirection in this energy flow is believed to be responsible for many ailments. Qi energy has two aspects: yin and yang – yin representing cold, darkness, night, water, earth and femininity and yang representing hot, light, day, fire, sky and masculinity. In the context of acupuncture, the causation of diseases is described as either an excess or deficiency of yin or yang.

COVID-19 Safety Protocol at Our Regina Clinic

Gateway Alliance Medical in Regina wants to reduce the risk of transmission and keep patients and staff safe. We are currently following these safety measures:
1. Only patients with appointments should come to our clinic and must wear a mask.
2. We ask all patients to self-assess before coming to our clinic. If you are unwell (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or if you had close contact with anyone with COVID, please stay home and ask us about the cancellation policy.
3. Equipment and common surfaces will be sanitized and sterilized between each patient. We provide a sanitation station before each patient comes to our Clinic.
4. We ask all our patients and staff to be kind and to follow our safety measures.

Health Conditions That Can Benefit From Acupuncture

• Back, neck and should pain
• Chronic pain
• Sports Injuries
• Sleep problems
• Anxiety
• Digestive issues
• Skin conditions
• Respiratory diseases
• Urinary system
• Diabetes
• Hypertension
• Infertility
• Adverse reactions from radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy
• Morning sickness
• Induction of labor

Does Acupuncture Hurt?

Upon insertion of the acupuncture needles, Qi is drawn to the insertion site. This is the energy that the acupuncturist guides through you body to stimulate balance in your body. The sensation of acupuncture needles varies from patient to patient but typically, discomfort is minimal. Often patients feel heaviness or warmth in the location.

How to Prepare For Your Acupuncture Session?

We recommend having a snack or a light meal prior to your acupuncture treatment. Avoid caffeine and alcohol, and abstain from treatment if you’re experiencing physical or mental extremes such as exhaustion or anger.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

Acupuncture treatments at out clinic in Regina vary depending on many factors, including the condition being treated, severity, current health and more. Treatments are quite unique to each person and Dr. Zahra will work with you to find the best approach to make sure you are getting the optimal treatment.

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