Our Team

The famous terracotta warriors of XiAn, China

Meet Our Team

Colton Oswald

Colton Oswald

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


Colton Oswald is the founder of the Cross Currents Clinic and the co-President of the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (www.acatcm.com), and an elected member of the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA). Colton divides his time between practicing in the clinic and teaching at the ACATCM, where he has been teaching a variety of classes since 2001. He fully enjoys the combination of teaching and practice. Instructing and researching sharpen his clinical skills, while his experience as a clinician informs his teaching.

 


Michael

Michael Lind

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


An enthusiastic and dedicated acupuncturist for many years, Michael’s approach and philosophy is suitable for all manner of conditions, and can benefit everyone from an athlete overcoming an injury to an elderly patient improving their mobility. He believes that patients are inspired to help themselves when they understand how their body works. Michael is a strong believer in the power of acupuncture and Chinese medicine with its diverse healing potential, whether it be for a stiff neck or deep emotional trauma.


Alyson

Alyson

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


Alyson’s introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) came soon after her diagnosis of endometriosis. With a grim prognosis, she chose to investigate other options to help in overcoming this illness. Her path led her to many alternative modalities, including TCM, which, to her surprise, resulted in a full recovery through the use of herbs and acupuncture.

 


Mariko Shigemi

Mariko Shigemi

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


Mariko obtained a diploma in music in 2003 and began exploring healing through music, both for herself and the special-needs adults in her care at the time. Her search for personal growth, healing and expansion lead her to acupuncture, not unexpectedly, as her father and grandfather had in her youth, described the improvements in their health as a result of acupuncture treatments.

 

Megan Gusdal

Megan Gusdal

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


Megan began her career in healthcare with the intention of pursuing education in medicine, starting as a hospital unit clerk in Cardiovascular Intensive Care. While setting the foundations for continuing on this path, she realized she wanted to find ways of supporting people to avoid unnecessary medical interventions or acute care.

 


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