Madison is a Registered Acupuncturist with the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA) and a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (FABORM). She received her Diploma of Acupuncture from Grant MacEwan University and studied Biology at the University of Alberta prior to her acupuncture education. She is passionate about the integration of Chinese medicine with current medical practices and strives to constantly educate herself on modern medical innovation, especially regarding reproductive health.
Madison’s interest in Chinese medicine began early in her childhood when she personally experienced and witnessed the wide range benefits acupuncture provided to herself and her family. She was amazed at how the placement of a few needles in the body could have such a positive effect on peoples’ health. She has also personally benefitted immensely from her knowledge of Chinese Medicine in her own journey of managing her Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and has a special interest in helping other women manage their PCOS symptoms, optimize their fertility, and balance their hormones naturally.
As a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, Madison has immense knowledge and specializes in women’s reproductive health, fertility, and pregnancy acupuncture. She provides a high quality and standard of care for IVF and IUI preparation and support, unexplained infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss. She is very passionate about both women’s and men’s reproductive and mental health.
Her special interests also include menstrual issues such as painful periods, irregular cycles including amenorrhea, PMS/PMDD, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, stress and anxiety management as well as insomnia. She has abundant experience treating all types of sports injuries and pain as well as headaches and migraines.
Madison has a biology nerd brain and a hippy heart which led her to move her acupuncture practice to Calgary, Alberta this year from her home and practice in Edmonton to be closer to the mountains and spend more time in nat