Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP

Emma is an acupuncture physician, Chinese herbalist, and founder and editor of Chinese Medicine Living – a website dedicated to using traditional wisdom to live a healthy lifestyle in the modern world.

Emma found Chinese medicine as a teenager when Western medicine wasn’t able to help her with some medical issues. Doctors told her that her only options were a lifetime of drugs or major surgery. At this point, she found Chinese Medicine and after a few months of acupuncture and herbs, the problems she had been struggling with for years disappeared. This profound experience caused her to fall in love with Chinese Medicine, and she decided it was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She wanted to help others who might not realize that there were other, more natural options for healing that didn’t require surgery or drugs.

Emma has written for Acupuncture.comChinese Medicine Digital Magazine and Qi Journal. She has run several busy practices and worked in four countries. She is passionate about her work and loves to share her knowledge of this wonderful medicine to empower people to live healthier, happier lives.

Emma also is a martial artist, having studied Kung Fu, Qi Gong, and Taijiquan (Tai Chi) for more than eleven years. She uses techniques drawn from these traditions to help her patients to rebalance and aid in their healing. She has lived and worked in China, where she immersed herself in Chinese culture, helping her gain a deeper understanding of the medicine she practices.

Emma currently writes full-time for The Epoch Times.

Listen to Emma’s interview about how to use Chinese medicine to be a healthy human on One Life Radio / June 2022

Listen to Emma’s interview–an introduction to acupuncture on One Life Radio / July 2022

Chinese Medicine Living Projects

Chinese Medicine Living has now launched two new websites – Learn Chinese Medicine Living and Chinese Medicine Professionals. Both will offer resources like downloadable information sheets with information about Chinese Medicine in various categories, like Chinese Medicine theory, the emotions, the organs, nutrition, tai chi, and qi gong, and many others.


Chinese Medicine Professionals is a site with resources for practitioners of Chinese Medicine and offers resources that practitioners can share with patients.

We want to empower you to be the healthiest you and live your healthiest life!

Here’s to your health!


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