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Chia-Ying (Jackie) Lin

Chia-Ying (Jackie) Lin

Chia-Ying(Jackie) Lin
Chia-Ying(Jackie) Lin

Ms. Chia-Ying (Jackie) Lin is a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, as well as a Registered Acupuncturist and Registered Herbalist with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners of BC.


Jackie obtained her Medical Doctor Degrees in both Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Taiwan.  She has many years of academic and clinical experience.  With a deep-rooted passion for holistic healing, Jackie has dedicated her profession to help patients to achieve optimal health and well-being through the principles and practices of TCM.  Jackie has honed her skills in integrating various schools’ of acupuncture-like Tung’s Acupuncture with Moving Qi/Energy method, Traditional Acupuncture, Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture, Cupping, Moxibustion, Tui Na and herbals.


With many years of experience in the field, Jackie has successfully treated a wide range of health conditions, addressing both acute and chronic ailments.  Her expertise extends to areas such as:


Pain Disorders and Traumatic/Sport Injury: neck pain, shoulder pain, upper and lower back pain, knee and ankles injuries; whiplash, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, De Quervain’s Disease, trigger finger, etc.

Common Internal Medicine Disease: Migraines and Headaches, Respiratory Disease (Asthma), Gastrointestinal Disease (GERD, Crohn’s Disease, IBS, Peptic Ulcer, etc.)

Psychological disorders: Insomnia, Depression, Anxiety and long COVID.

Others: Enhancing Infertility, Stroke, Bell’s palsy and dysphasia.


Jackie is empathetic and takes the time to truly listen to her patients, understanding their concerns and tailoring treatments to address their specific needs.  And, guiding her patients towards comprehensive well-being by recommending lifestyle changes, diet modification and home exercise regimens. 


Having gone through unforgettable car accidents before, she particularly understands the bodily pain and mental stress that the patients may experience.  Due to her solid training background in both Western and Chinese Medicine, she has witnessed the effectiveness of both approaches and know how they can complement each other to achieve balance and harmony in body, mind and spirt. 


Outside of her professional work, Jackie embraces an adventurous spirit and enjoys traveling, hiking, hip hop dancing and practicing meditation and Tai Chi.  These experiences further enrich her understanding of holistic well-being and allow her to bring a well-rounded perspective to her practice.