Traditional Chinese Medicine Program - Outpatient Clinic

Patient’s are treated by licensed Doctors and Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine in our Outpatient Clinic.

The Outpatient Clinic is home to Daniel Hengsbach, RAc, TCMP and Paul Gaucher, R.TCM.P.

Patients at the KCCIHS Outpatient Clinic can expect to have students observing their treatment, although they can specify if they prefer not to.

Booking for Fall Term: September 6, 2022 to December 16, 2022

Tcm Outpatient Clinic

(licenced Practicioners)

Tuesdays (with Daniel)

12:00PM – 5:30 PM

Thursdays (with Paul)

1:00PM – 5:30 PM

Paul Gaucher , R.TCM.P

Paul earned a diploma in the Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program, graduating in 2006. This 5 year full time program involved intensive studying of acupuncture, herbalism, diet, nutrition, and emotional health. He went on to be an instructor for 2 ½ years in Nelson, B.C., and Paul is now in his 15th year of practice.

At a young age, Paul had a fascination with nature, and biology. This innate curiosity of life inspired him to study alternative medicine. Paul has a passion for bringing people to their full health potential, and he is genuinely motivated to help individuals with a wide range of health challenges. researching and sharing her knowledge of TCM remotely.

Daniel Hengsbach, RAc, TCMP

Daniel has been practising as an Acupuncturist and Herbalist since 2007.

He has always been intrigued with the philosophy and the practice of traditional Chinese Medicine. His style of acupuncture is always evolving as he learns from other practitioners, teachers and his own experiences with clients about what can benefit health and well being. The roots of Chinese medicine involve uncovering and treating the underlying disease and the individual signs and symptoms that are expressed by our individual internal environment which is the key to long lasting results.

Daniel feels that in this era of mental stress, pollution, dietary possibilities and intense technological change, Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine have a strong role to play in helping people adapt and cope with the different stresses placed upon our bodies.

Where to find us?

KCCIHS Student Clinic, Nelson Trading Company Building
402 Baker St (behind Full Circle Cafe)
(250) 354-1995

What to expect?

Please arrive 5 minutes early for your first scheduled massage appointment to complete your confidential health history form.

We require 24 hours notice to cancel appointments. Failure to cancel (excluding emergencies), will result in the full fee charged to the client.