Kenton Sefcik, Acupuncture
Total years in practice: 14
My passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine began at age 14 when I began studies in Kung-Fu.
I graduated from Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 2007 with a diploma in Acupuncture and an honorary diploma in TCM. Upon successfully passing Alberta acupuncture board examinations, I moved to Nova Scotia to open a practice and teach.
I have taught for two colleges, was a guest lecturer at Acadia University, and was requested for seminars by yoga instructors, the Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of Nova Scotia, as well as Nova Scotia & Saskatchewan Naturopathic Conferences.
I have written for AcupunctureToday.com, Qi Journal, Kung-Fu Tai Chi magazine and Wing Chun Illustrated.
I run TCM Graduate TV - an online educational tool where I mentor up-and-coming acupuncturists and Naturopathic Doctors through Facebook Groups, Instagram, Youtube and podcasts.