Meg is a fully licensed Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.  She was born and raised in Milton and has always hoped to return to the Halton region to start working.

Meg started her education at Acadia University, studying Nutritional Sciences with a focus in Kinesiology.  While at Acadia, she was a member of the varsity volleyball team where she was a three-time conference all-star.  It was through playing volleyball that Meg discovered Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She suffered from patella tendinitis in both knees, which caused her a great deal of pain while jumping. She saw various physiotherapists and sports medicine doctors, but it wasn’t until she tried acupuncture that she really found long lasting pain relief.  This inspired her to look into Traditional Chinese Medicine colleges to attend once she had graduated from Acadia.

She started her Traditional Chinese Medicine training at The Canadian College of Acupuncture and TCM in Bedford, Nova Scotia, but transferred to Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine in Toronto in 2015 to complete her schooling. She received her Acupuncture diploma in 2017, followed by her TCM Practitioner diploma in 2018.

She has a very strong passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and its ability to treat pain related conditions as well as many other health concerns.  She is particularly interested in treating conditions related to pain, stress & anxiety, sleep, allergies, respiratory and women’s health.  Along with acupuncture, she is trained in Chinese herbal medicine, cupping, gua sha, and TCM dietary & lifestyle therapy.

Meg practices out of the Oakville clinic and may be reached at