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Unit A-2810 Pembina Highway,
Winnipeg, Manitoba


(204) 452 3654





Dr. Annie Gong completed her Medical Degree in 2019 and her Family Medicine Residency training in 2021 at the University of Manitoba Max Rady College of Medicine. She trained at Boundary Trails Health Centre providing exemplary rural care to clinics, Emergency and acute inpatients. Dr. Gong has a diverse family practice that provides pediatric, adult, and geriatric care, and has a special interest in Women’s Health, which includes prenatal and postnatal care, contraceptive counselling, intrauterine device (IUD) insertions, contraceptive implant (Nexplanon) insertions and menopause. She also has an interest in Dermatology, which includes care for acne and plantar warts. Additionally, she works in hospitals providing acute inpatient care and chronic disease management. Outside of Medicine, she enjoys playing the piano and baking cookies and sourdough bread.

Yu Jing Qiu PT, R. AC is a registered physiotherapist in Canada and a registered acupuncturist in Manitoba and BC. She is graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1982. She has had 5 years of training in China and 7 years work at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine's Dongzhimen Hospital. In 1989, she came to Canada and worked as a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner at the Massotherapy Clinic. In Winnipeg Manitoba, She has practiced Chinese medicine ( acupuncture, Chinese herbs and Chinese massage) for 40 years. She runs Hua Xia Acupuncture, Massage, Herb College, teaching diploma courses on acupuncture, herbs and massage therapy. She has also received physiotherapy training at the University of Manitoba's School of Rehabilitation.

Currently, she is working at the Bei Jing Acupuncture Clinic, the Hua Xia Acupuncture, Massage and Herb College and Physiotherapy Pain Clinic at Unit A-2810 Pembina Hwy. Treatments include acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and physiotherapy.She treats a variety of diseases including respiratory diseases, musculoskeletal diseases and neurological problems.

Sarah graduated from Hua Xia Acupuncture, Massage Herb College and is a proud member of The Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba. She understands that every person has unique challenges and preferences and prides herself in being able to hone into the needs of each individual. She Uses a combination of Eastern and Western techniques as well as self-care education to progressively achieve the goal of living with out soft tissue dysfunction and pain. Sarah specializes in Theraputic Massage using deep tissue, trigger points, Neurofacscial work , sports massage and Tuina massage techniques to achieve this goal. While Firm Direct pressure is her strength, relaxation and comfort are still required for every client. Sarah loves the challenge of working on clients who experience chronic neck, shoulder, and back pain and those that suffer from headaches.