Advisory Committee


Mr. Paul Hu
Registrar for Acupuncture, Alberta Health and Wellness
Mr. Paul Hu is the registrar for the profession of Acupuncture in Alberta.


Dr. Marc Raedschelders
DTCM, R. Ac., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM), ADS (NADA)
Marc Raedschelders graduated from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium with a degree in Physical Therapy in 1978. In 1983 he started his training in TCM at the European University for Traditional Chinese Medicine in Belgium from which he received his diploma in 1986. He continued with advanced TCM education in Europe, China, and Canada. He studied in Beijing (1986, 1991) and Nanjing (1998) and continued upgrading in China on a regular basis (2004-2011). In 1999, he started coordinating the Acupuncture Program at Grant MacEwan University where he chaired this program until 2011.
Marc is a Registered Acupuncturist and member of several national and international professional acupuncture /TCM associations. He is past president of the Acupuncture – TCM Society of Alberta (President from 1997 to 2000). He was also member of the Board of Examiners in Acupuncture (1995 to 1999) and member of the Acupuncture Committee for many years, both ministerial appointments from the province of Alberta. Until 2011, he served as Vice-President of the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA). He is a diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) (U.S.) and also completed his NADA requirements for Acupuncture Detox Specialist (ADS). Marc has extensive TCM experience as practitioner, educator, and administrator.


Dr. Juan Huang
Academic Dean, Reg. Dr. TCM in B.C., PH.D., R.AC., MD (China)
Dr. Juan Huang received her PH.D. in internal medicine of TCM at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China. She has been involved in several research projects both experimental and clinical at the municipal and national level in China. Dr. Huang has 17 years of teaching experience both in China and Canada. She was the principle instructor at the Academy of Classical Oriental Science in Nelson B.C. for 13 years. She has taught a broad range of courses from diagnosis, acupuncture therapeutics, herbology, formula, internal medicine, external medicine, gynecology and pediatric, etc. at the Academy of Classical Oriental Science  from 2003. She also has teaching experience at a TCM College in Vancouver. Dr. Huang was a highly esteemed lecturer at the Capital Medical University (Beijing). She has been issued a Certificate of qualified instructor by the Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA ) in B.C., Canada.

Dr. Huang has 26 years of clinical experience both in China and Canada, including 13 years of practicing both at Guixi municipal Hospital ( Jiangxi province, China ) and Dongzhimen Hospital which is the affiliated hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (Beijing, China) and 13 years of practicing at the Academy of Classical Oriental Science Outpatient Clinic (Nelson B.C.).  She has successfully treated many difficult diseases in internal medicine, gynecology and male disease, such as arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, immune disease, digestive disease, respiratory disease, menstrual disorders, menopausal syndrome, depression and male sterility etc. with acupuncture and herbal medicine in both China and Canada. Dr. Huang has numerous articles published in academic Chinese medicine journals.

Now Dr. Huang is working at the Calgary College of TCM and Acupuncture as a full time  instructor and the Academic Dean. She is teaching various courses and supervises in the student clinic.


Dr. Huiying Wang
Vice President, TCMD MD (China)
Hu Guo Si Hospital of TCM —- the Affiliated Teaching Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China
Dr. Wang is the President of Hu Guo Si Hospital of TCM —- the Affiliated Teaching Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China. She is responsible for the clinical education of students, focusing on program and curriculum development, and clinical supervision of students locally and internationally. She is also the Executive Member of The Clinical Education Committee of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
Her main research interests include diseases of liver and gallbladder systems and spleen and stomach systems. She has many academic publications in China.
She gradated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1988. She became a TCM and Medical Doctor at the Affiliated Teaching Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine since then. She has been the Depute President of Hu Guo Si Hospital of TCM —- the Affiliated Teaching Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine since 1995. She was promoted as Associated Professor at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2001. From 1997 to 2001, she followed Dr. Guan Youbou who is the famous senior TCM doctor recognized by State Administration of TCM, Ministry of Public Health and State Bureau of Human Resource. She passed the exam and got the certificate in 2001. The certificate is equal to the Master Degree in China.
We appreciate that she shares her knowledge and experience of TCM education at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China with us. As an advisor of CCTCMA, her knowledge and experience will facilitate the development of CCTCMA, and make CCTCMA the best TCM college in Canada.


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