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Sean Quigley

“When I began my studies in acupuncture many years ago, I had no idea what an immense contribution this ancient tradition had to offer the modern world of fertility and reproductive health. As I continue to study and learn, I am always excited and honoured to meet and support people as they move towards expanding or building their families and improving their overall health”

Sean is passionate about assisting individuals with fertility and reproductive health concerns - male and female. He also provides care for numerous issues arising from pregnancy, as well as supporting couples through fertility treatments while working with pain management and stress reduction.

As a graduate of the respected International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Vancouver, and with degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Education, Sean applies the principles of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in his work, and using proven techniques, empathy, active listening and the power of connection, he understands how to help individuals achieve their dreams of a healthier, richer life.

“Whether you are having back pain, insomnia or want to improve your fertility, I have the skills and experience to help.”

His interest in medicine has been lifelong. Coming from a long line of family doctors, health and patient care was always an important conversation in his childhood house, and Sean brings that enthusiasm and history with him to Yinstill. Believing strongly that traditional and modern medicine complement each other, Sean works with individuals to find the right balance of eating habits, overall fitness and emotional and physical awareness. He believes this is especially true for those seeking to improve their fertility or sexual health.

“Your body can heal itself. Acupuncture activates the body's own healing mechanism.”

When not in his clinic, Sean loves to spend time with his family and friends, playing music or immersed in nature, such as gardening, camping, or exploring all the amazing things that Vancouver and the West Coast has to offer.

Professional Development

Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine by Jane Lyttleton Dr. TCM
Practical Skills for a Successful Fertility & Pregnancy Practice by Jani White R.Ac.
Acupuncture Before Birth: To Induce or not to Induce, That is the Question by Debra Betts, Sarah Budd, Lorne Brown, Claudia Citkovitz
Emotional Impediments to Conception by Jani White R.Ac.
From Transfer to First Heartbeat - Treatment Strategies by Laura Erlich and Yvonne Farrell R.Ac.
The Y Factor: Acupuncture and Herbs to Improve Sperm Parameters by Sadhna Singh R.Ac.
It’s all about the Blood by Sharon Weizenbaum Dr. TCM
PCOS: The Role of Insulin Resistance and Inflammation by Debra Minjarez MD
Going Beyond the Four Phase Treatments: Pearls from China by Mark Chern Dr. TCM
Can Acupuncture and Herbs Impact the Epigenetic Programming of Sperm and Egg Cells? by Paul Magarelli MD
Endometriosis and Chinese Medicine by Mike Berkely R.Ac.
Fertility Past 40: Improve Conception Chances with Acupuncture, Herbs and Supplements by Sadhna Singh L.Ac.
Why Should Men Take Vitamins When Dealing with Infertility? by Paul Turek MD
Acupuncture Treatment of Pain in the Upper Extremity by Whitfield Reaves Dr. TCM
Male Fertility - Timing is Everything by Randine Lewis L.Ac. PhD.