Erasing agony

Sebastien Bilodeau-Roy

Sebastien Bilodeau-Roy is owner of Completely Healthy Acupuncture in Cranbrook, B.C. — Photo courtesy Sebastien Bilodeau-Roy

Having a pain in your neck is, well, a pain in the neck. There’s a new business in Cranbrook that’s looking to alleviate chronic aches plaguing East Kootenay residents. “Chinese medicine can do so much for people and it creates an effect that lasts and stays,” said Sebastien Bilodeau-Roy, owner of Completely Healthy Acupuncture. “Acupuncture has the best results on pain compared to everything else I've seen.”

Bilodeau-Roy opened his clinic in March in an effort to help heal as many people as possible. Back pain and headaches are the most common irritations that Bilodeau-Roy mitigates. He feels that Chinese medicine and acupuncture have the potential to be the primary medicine for most people.

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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