For Physicians

Why should you refer your patients:

Alternative and Allopathic medicine have been at loggerheads for far too long. Mistrust and misinformation, combined with a lack of understanding on how to integrate a patient’s care are the main reasons for this. It is my belief that, by integrating our disciplines and cooperating, we can, not only optimize and improve patient care, but also save taxpayers money by improving patient treatment outcomes. If we wait for policy makers to lead the way on this initiative, we will wait decades, with the costs of Medicare spiraling out of control. Instead of adding to the problem, we have the opportunity, by working together, to be part of the solution.

What you can expect when you refer a patient:

  • Timely status/ progress reports for your patients.
  • Coordination of your patient’s care so that it is optimal between our offices.
  • Availability should you have any questions about the modalities and treatments that I administer.
  • My cooperation with advice you may wish to include.

Alexander Julien Audette’s Bio:

Alexander Julien Audette began his post secondary education in Chemical Engineering, graduating from McGill University. He completed training in Acupuncture and Massage Therapy at Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Pharmacology (Tokyo Branch) while spending 7 years in Japan studying martial arts. This program was followed by a 2year apprenticeship with Matsumoto Acupuncture Research Group (PBA) and a 1 year apprenticeship in Shiatsu and Tuina massage therapy. In 2000 he returned to Calgary and completed a further 2 years study at Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Alexander is a Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac) and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (TCMP) with the CTCMPAO (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario) and has practiced Chinese Medicine for the past 17 years, both in Calgary and in Ontario. While in Calgary, he also taught clinical studies at the Alberta College of Acupuncture and TCM before moving his practice to Ontario. He continues to practice in the multi-disciplinary Anello Clinic in Cambridge.