The AMS Clinic provides acupuncture therapy services at both of our locations in Montreal and Dorval.
We have several acupuncturists on staff to provide acupuncture treatments.
Jean Marc Doyon
Jean Marc graduated in 1984 from the Acupuncture program that was offered by the Order of Acupuncturists of Quebec in Montreal. Upon completion of his degree, Jean Marc worked at several rehabilitation centers in Montreal.
Jean Marc’s passion for learning increased with time and he attended many continuing education courses including Chinese herbology, Ethics & Deontology, musculoskeletal acupuncture, and trigger point therapy. He then took on the challenge of treating chronic as well as acute pain patients together with Montreal’s leading pain health care specialists.
Jean-Marc’s approach is “hands on” and thorough. He has special interests in the following fields:
- Therapeutic Chinese massage (tuina)
- Trigger point therapy
- Qi Gong
- NADA (National Detoxification Association)
His practice here at AMS Clinic focuses on sports injuries, spinal and other musculoskeletal problems in patients ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.
Tatiana graduated from the Moscow Medical School with a specialty in General Medicine in 1982. She continued her medical studies and completed her Ph.D. in 1989 as well as a post-doctorate in Cardiology in 1992. She practiced as a medical doctor and cardiologist until 1999 when she decided to invest her energy in what she always wanted to do, studies in acupuncture. She completed her DEC in acupuncture technique in 2003 at Rosemont College. Since 2003, Tatiana practiced as an acupuncturist and worked in the field of sports medicine until 2010. In 2010 she decided to open her own clinic to treat her patient clientele. She lacks multidisciplinary teamwork and in 2018 Tatiana decides to join the AMS team where she will be able to share her Western medical knowledge as well as her knowledge of Chinese medicine with the whole team and especially the patients.
Xiang studied acupuncture for 11 years as she passed her Bachelor degree, Masters degree, and a PhD from the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After graduating, she worked as an acupuncturist in the University Hospital and specialized in Cerebrovascular disease and Rehabilitation Medicine. Xiang was selected among many candidates to teach Traditional Chinese Medicine in the United Kingdom in the London South Bank University. Xiang also supervised many students during their acupuncture internships. Xiang moved to Quebec in 2019 and joined the OAQ to practice as a licensed acupuncturist in Quebec. She joined the AMS Clinic as she finds it will be the best way to combine her knowledge and accumulated experience in acupuncture and rehabilitation medicine to best treat her patients.