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Fay Meling von Moltke Pao, R.TCMP, R.Ac


About Meling (pronounced “May Ling”):

Fay-Meling von Moltke Pao, R.TCMP, R.Ac., B.HSc., Hon.B.A., is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and member in good standing with CTCMPAO in Toronto. After completing her degree in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Toronto, Meling continued her studies and graduated from a four-year degree program in Acupuncture and TCM from the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences in Toronto. She continues to advance her skills in acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and has completed advanced acupuncture certification in orthopaedics with Dr. Poney Chiang, Dr. Jay Grossman and Noel Wright, R.Ac at York University.


Her clinical experience includes the acupuncture clinics in the Wasser Pain Management Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital, St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital and the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences.


In her practice, Meling combines classical and contemporary acupuncture techniques with Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional counselling, and rehabilitative health exercises to provide comprehensive, gentle, and holistic care for the whole family. She works collaboratively with other health professionals to ensure each patient has an opportunity to heal optimally given the right direction and access to the best possible care.


She recently completed training through Meditech Inc. in the use of their Bioflex biophotomodulation/ Low Level Light Laser Therapy (LLLT) system and uses this form of laser therapy in conjunction with acupuncture which she has found especially helpful in treating concussion and acute and chronic pain conditions.


How did Meling end up becoming an acupuncturist?

“A chronic pain condition from an old sports injury in university initially led me to seek out acupuncture and Chinese medicine. The relief I experienced from acupuncture was so immediate and significant, that I was intrigued to learn more about this form of medicine under the tutelage of my first acupuncturist and instructor, Dr. Quanfu Zhou. During my studies, I gained a further appreciation of Chinese medicine’s complete and systematic approach to healing, and I am so thrilled to share this medicine with those I have the opportunity to treat. As a specialist in acupuncture with a particular interest in orthopaedics, I am fortunate to see many people looking for more natural solutions for their health concerns, and feel very blessed to help others achieve their full potential.” – Fay Meling von Moltke Pao, R.TCMP, R.Ac


Meling’s vision is to offer her patients an unparalleled healthcare experience that will give them the tools they need to overcome and manage their pain.


Her mission is to provide expert and quality care using the most advanced, research-based yet also classically-oriented acupuncture techniques, to help patients reach their full potential, all while delivering a gentle, effective and relaxing patient experience.


Meling’s purpose is to advance the field of Chinese medicine and highlight its most helpful features in the field of orthopaedic pain in patients of all ages. Whether you are aged 0 or 100, are suffering from an acute or chronic pain condition, or simply have an upcoming competition and want to up your game, Meling will work together with you to find the best means to achieve your personal health goals.


Meling graduated with honours and served on several college committees while at the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences. She has previously served as the Communications Officer for Mindful Medicine Worldwide, NFP, an organization based in Chicago, USA and committed to establishing integrative health care clinics in developing countries such as Nepal and Thailand. Having previously competed in varsity rowing and nordic skiing, as well as being a long distance runner and triathlete, Meling is familiar with several sports injuries on a personal level. A significant back injury has made her aware of how important a good health care team as well as diet, rest and exercise regimen is to prevent injury, provide proper movement and joint stability, and of course enhance athletic performance.


A perpetual student, Meling also holds a special interest in women’s health and pediatrics and has trained with some of the top acupuncturists in these fields. Having been in practice for over 14 years, Meling visited Japan in the spring of 2017 to further her studies in pediatric shonishin and Japanese acupuncture techniques to apply to her pediatric as well as adult patients.


As an avid writer of Chinese medicine, Meling has published several online health articles. She is available for public health speaking engagements and lectures on the topics of the use of acupuncture and Chinese medicine for pain management, as well as women’s and pediatric health.


When not treating her patients or working on advancing the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Meling can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her husband, three kids, and two dogs. She loves to travel to remote places, enjoy a hot cup of tea, play the piano,  and write. A voracious reader, she always has a stack of books including a little book of meditations by her bedside table.


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