TRAINING IN ACUPUNCTURE
Facelift through acupuncture (lifting acupunctural), Monique Maranda, Montreal, June 2018.
Sports Acupuncture Alliance Symposium, San Jose, CA. Mai 2018.
Assessment and Treatment of the Sinew Channels for Pes Planus, Matt Callison
A Contrarian Approach to the Treatment of Low Back Pain, Whitfield Reaves
Functional Approaches to Concussion Recovery, Amy Moll
Balance Method in Acupuncture, SiYuan, Ottawa. November 2017.
ZangFu Tuina – level 1, Tom Bisio. Montréal. March 2017.
Master Tung Acupuncture and the Balance Method for Pain, I & II. Jean-Sylvain Prot. October 2016.
Advanced Tuina Clinical Practice, Zhejiang TCM Hospital, Hangzhou, China. September 2016.
Sports Medicine Acupuncture Internship Program, Whitfield Reaves, Maui, HI. September 2015 – January 2016
Acupuncture Treatment of Pain in the Lower Extremity, Whitfield Reaves, Toronto. June 2015
Acupuncture Treatment of Pain in the Upper Extremity, Whitfield Reaves, Toronto. February 2015
Meridian Palpation and Diagnosis, Jason Robertson, Montreal. January-February 2015
Notre savoir-faire, notre identité – 4e International Congress of OAQ, Ordre des acupuncteurs du Québec, Montreal. September 2014
La prise en charge des blessures sportives à l’aide de l’acupuncture, Sun Peilin, Montreal. September 2014
Asian Integrative Medicine Symposium 2014, Asian Integrative Medicine Learning – Toronto. June 2014
Advanced Tuina therapy, Zhejiang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hangzhou, China. April 2014
The Contribution of Acupuncture in the Treatment of Cancer, Anh-Thi Tran, Montreal. February 2014.
Medical Qi Gong: The Nervous System, Paul Fraser, Montreal. February 2014.
Introduction to Medical Qi Gong, Paul Fraser, Montreal. November 2013.
Strategies for supporting cancer treatment with Chinese herbs, Heiner Fruhauf, November 2013
Advanced acupuncture for the cancer patient, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 2013.
Effects of Acupuncture on Connective Tissues (conference), Hélène Langevin, Montreal. 2012.
Acupuncture for the cancer patient I, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 2012
Treatement of Chronic Pain with Extraordinary Vessels, Michel Perrier, Quebec, 2011
Chinese Hebrs Toxicity and Interactions with Biomedical Medications, Dr. Michael Chung, Montreal. 2011
Les huit méridiens extraordinaires, Élisabeth Rochat de la Vallée, Montreal. 2010
Un retour à la source pour nourrir l’avenir – 3rd International Congress of Ordre des Acupuncteurs du Québec, Laval. 2010.
Clinical internship program in tuina, Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hangzhou, China. 2010.
Chinese System of Manipulative Therapy in Clinical Practice, International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver, 2009.
Evaluation and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain and Trigger Points, Sylvain Cardinal and Serge Laplante, Montreal. 2007-2008.
Clinical Practicum in Tuina, Jianggang Renmin Yiyuan, Hangzhou, China. 2005.
Clinical internship program in tuina and acupuncture, Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hangzhou. 2005.
Traditional Acupuncture Diploma, Collège de Rosemont, 2002
Hypnosis and Ericksonian Therapies, Centre de formation et de consultation en hypnose du Québec, Montreal. October 2012
Microprogramme de 2e cycle en gestion de la douleur, Sherbrooke University, Sherbrooke. 2010-2011
Grippe A (H1N1) et pandémie, formation pour les intervenants du réseau de Santé et services sociaux du Québec, November 2009
PROFESSIONAL ORDER AND ASSOCIATION
- Ordre des acupuncteurs du Québec
- Association des acupuncteurs du Québec
- Association québécoise de la douleur chronique
Stéphane Pépin, acupunctrist
Stéphane’s interest in health care began in his teens with lifeguarding and first aid services with the Canadian Red Cross Society. He competed in lifeguard competitions across Quebec and was involved with the Canadian Red Cross Society in disaster relief locally and internationally, as well as in first aid training.
Acupuncturist since 2002, Stéphane first practiced in Whitehorse, Yukon before going to perfect his knowledge and techniques in China for a little over a year. He then moved to Sherbrooke, where he practiced for 5 years, before coming to Montreal in 2011.
Stéphane is serious about providing the best possible care to his clients and he constantly seeks to improve and expand his knowledge. The focus of his practice on the treatment of sports injuries and optimization of athletic performance, as well as the support of cancer patients. He completed a mentorship program with Whitfield Reaves, a leading figure in the field of sports acupuncture, and he regularly travels to China, where he undergoes a rigorous apprenticeship in Chinese hospitals.
Stéphane is also a teacher of acupuncture in the acupuncture department of College Rosemont and he teaches medical and pediatric tuina to therapists as well as the general public.
He is happy to put his experience and knowledge at your service in order to help you accomplish your health and performance goals.
Acupuncture is one of the best treatment for pain relief. Numerous clinical studies have demonstrated the high effectiveness of acupuncture for the treatment of pain, both acute and chronic.
More and more athletes are turning to alternative methods to improve their athletic performance. Acupuncture is among the approaches that have aroused serious interest in recent years.