Acupuncture In Grande Prairie, Alberta

Carmel O’Brien-Kelly DTCM, RAc
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Registered Acupuncturist

Welcome to Harmony Acupuncture & Wellness. We are dedicated to improving your wellbeing.

We are an Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic located in Grande Prairie, Alberta; serving the Peace Region.

We can treat a variety of ailments such as: pain management, stress, hormone imbalances, digestive problems, immune dysfunction, etc.

We offer registered acupuncture, cupping & myofascial cupping, acupressure, herbology (western & Chinese), supplements & vitamins, and a variety of other alternative treatments.

Harmony Acupuncture offers the highest quality of care. We customize each treatment depending on a patient’s constitution & imbalances. We provide you with advanced acupuncture & Chinese medicine techniques in a safe & relaxing environment.

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The Flu & You – How Can TCM Help?

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Even though germs, bacteria,

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