Fay-Meling von Moltke Pao, Hon.D.Ac., B.HSc., Hon.B.A. is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Toronto. After completing her degree in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Toronto, Fay-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.

Her clinical experience includes the Acupuncture Clinic in the Wasser Pain Management Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital, St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital as well as the Toronto Centre for Acupuncture. Fay-Meling continues to further her interest in women’s health and reproductive concerns, and has completed advanced courses in fertility, obstetrics and pregnancy. Prior to working at her current location at the Carrot Common, www.acupao.com, Fay Meling worked alongside her colleagues at Acutoronto which she founded and co-directed. She continues to specialize in all areas of TCM obstetrics and gynecology with a special interest in treating fertility and pregnancy patients. In her practice, Fay-Meling combines classical and modern acupuncture techniques with Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional counselling, tuina (Chinese massage therapy), and qigong where appropriate.

Fay-Meling is an active member of The Traditional Chinese Medicine Physicians Association of Canada (TCMPAC) and Canadian Society of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (CSCMA). She is an active writer and has had several articles published in print and online health publications. Currently, Fay-Meling is also serving as the Communications Officer for Mindful Medicine Worldwide, NFP, an organization committed to establishing integrative health care clinics in developing countries such as Nepal and Thailand.

When not treating her patients or working on advancing the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Fay-Meling can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her two young daughters and husband.

5 replies to About
  1. Thanks for liking my post, Fay-Meling! I receive acupuncture regularly here in San Francisco and have been a fan of it since it began healing my chronic digestive issues three years ago (when nothing else could). Thanks for sharing your beauty and light on your blog!

    1. Hello Adrianna! You’re welcome. Your post was very interesting. Nice that acupuncture has been able to help you. Thanks for visiting. Hope to learn more from you as well! Have a beautiful day filled with light inside and out 🙂

  2. Hi Fey-Meling! Thank you for visiting and following my blog “Musings of a Horse Mom.” … Great to have you on board. … I live in Aurora and have been to Carrot Common a few times. Nice spot. … I work with a naturopath, receiving acupuncture once a month. I’m sure it’s helped with my adrenal fatigue symptoms. … I’m going to follow your blog. Thanks for introducing yourself to me. … Be well, Dorothy … 🙂

    1. Hello, Dorothy! Great that you could stop by here for a visit.

      That’s wonderful news to hear that you receive acupuncture once a month! Acupuncture is what really turned my life around at a critical point, and I’ve been fortunate to see first hand the positive effect Traditional Chinese medicine has had on so many others.

      Thanks for following my blog and I look forward to learning more about you through yours! I love horses…we used to ride at Sunnybrook stables when I was younger and I’m hoping to one day give my children an opportunity to be amongst these lovely creatures too.

      Warn regards,
      Fay Meling

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