Inga S.

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Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Inga went through 8-years of studies and research in China including Doctorate in Acupuncture at one of the leading universities of Chinese Medicine in China.

Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Inga is an internationally trained Medical Doctor. Additionally she has her Master Degree and PhD in Chinese Medicine, which allows her to diagnose patients based on two different approaches.

Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Inga is a professor at Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and honorary guest of many medical talk shows in Canada and China. Please, check the gallery.

Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Inga is an expert of the Be healthy magazine and one of the top three acupuncturists in GTA, according to the version of this magazine.


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Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Why I Love my Job

Helping my patients to regain their Health, Youth and Passion for life with acupuncture, is my commitment.

Inga Spatari PhD - - Rg. Acupuncturist, RTCMP. Professor

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The Theory

Behind Acupuncture

The purpose of acupuncture is to stimulate or sedate Qi (pronounced ‘chi’ – it means energy) as a way of bringing balance back to the body. Dis-ease is seen as a disruption of the flow of Qi. Balance is achieved by selecting and stimulating the proper points along the body’s meridian system.

Qi (pronounced ‘chi’) means energy

In my clinic, I will accurately diagnose where your root imbalance lies and we will work together to bring your health back into a state of balance. Common effects are increased energy, improved sleep quality and a deeper sense of calm.

What is acupuncture good for?

Acupuncture is good for a myriad of disorders as well it is incredibly beneficial in helping to maintain good health and well being.  Find more about the acupuncture and patterns cured by acupuncture here:



Traditional Chinese Medicine

∴ What can Traditional Chinese Medicine treat?

Traditional Chinese Medicine is capable of treating nearly any ailment that might show up. Historically TCM was about acupuncture, cuping, cuping massage, moxibustion treatments and herbal medicines. In the western world because of Acupuncture’s popularity it is used much more often than other.

However, your practitioner should be well versed in both if they are practicing a true form or TCM.

Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto

Herbology in chinese medicine

∴ What is Chinese Herbal Medicine?

Prescription of herbal medicine according to the principles of TCM.Herbal prescriptions or formulas can be anywhere from 2 to 20 herbs. They will consist of different roots, flowers, seeds, leaves, etc. and will be combined to treat the individual.


∴ How does Chinese Herbal Medicine Work?

Each herb is seen to have it’s own energetic make-up, it’s own taste and it’s own property of being cooling, heating, drying, moistening, invigorating, etc. The energetic property of the herbal formula is matched with your TCM diagnosis to balance out your system. If there is heat, we use cooling herbs, if there is stagnation, we use herbs that move Qi or Blood, if there is a deficiency we use herbs to tonify and nourish that organ system etc.

Lifestyle in chinese medicine

∴ ​Is acupuncture part of our lifestyle?

All behaviors lead to certain patterns that show up eventually as dis-ease within the physical, mental and emotional body. Shining a light on these behaviors is always part of the treatment. Food is seen the way herbs are seen, as having energetic properties. Diet will be prescribed based on the pattern of imbalance happening within.

In addition to these things, we will talk about your level of activity, hobbies and anything else that might be relevant.

Inga spatari Acupuncture, Toronto
Inga spatari Acupuncture and TCM, Toronto

Inga S.


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Inga spatari Acupuncture and TCM, Toronto
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Acupuncture Works

I do acupuncture. Because it really helps. It is the opposite of Botox. Botox blocks, and acupuncture moves.

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