Drazen Krivokuca R.Ac, Dip.St
   Acupuncturist and Shiatsu Therapist

 Drazen completed Shiatsu (2007) and acupuncture training (2009) at the Shiatsu School of Canada and Acupuncture Institute, allowing him to provide harmonizing combination treatments of shiatsu and acupuncture. Drazen has also been school instructor and clinic supervisor at Shiatsu School of Canada and Acupuncture Institute since 2009.

He has extensive experience and great success in treating: back, shoulder, neck pain, sciatica, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle strains, physical injury rehabilitation, concussion, headaches/migraines, digestive conditions, stress relief, improvement and maintenance of overall health and well-being, rain drop essential oil technique, prenatal and children treatments.

Complimentary first appointment:

It is important for clients to learn about what to expect from shiatsu and acupuncture services before deciding on what treatment is best for them.  As such, a brief initial meeting is scheduled in order to review what to expect in terms of assessment, treatment (e.g., number and length of sessions), outcome, and any other questions that you may have before moving forward with the first appointment.

If you would like to schedule a complimentary first appointment, you can either complete your information in the contact form on the right side of this page, or call the clinic: 905-893-2898.

Nature of Acupuncture Therapy

An acupuncture treatment consists of insertion of single use, disposable fine needles to the acupuncture points of the body and may include Raindrop essential oil technique, Shiatsu or palpation in a 30-60 min session. Treatment is given to the local area of your complaint as well as to distally related areas. The abdomen, back, head, neck, arms, hands, chest, legs, feet, sacrum and buttocks may be treated.

An Acupuncturist is trained to look at your life patterns in order to draw a picture of the imbalances. The aim of the treatment is to re-balance the body to promote harmonious functioning once again.

The number of treatments needed depends on each individual’s condition.

After a Treatment

Occasionally after a treatment you may feel tired, headachy, or heavy, or experience other odd symptoms. These last only a day or two and are not unusual. It’s body’s natural reaction to changes. Please phone your therapist if you are concerned.

Registered TCM Acupuncture is a regulated health profession governed by CTCMPAO. Treatments are covered under most health care benefit providers. 

How often should I have treatments?

This depends on your condition. Your therapist will help you to set a program that is suited to your needs

Shiatsu and acupuncturist servicing the following area's: Kleinburg, Woodbridge, Vaughan, Caledon, Bolton, Nobleton, King, Toronto and the Greater Toronto area's.