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  1. 1. Great Wall Chinese Medicine 长 城医药 3225 N. 75th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Tel: (480)429-8881
  2. 2. The Road of Growth •2001 Dr. Xiao worked as a Massage Therapist at Stetson •2002 Dr. Xiao worked in a indoor swap market in Phoenix in order to support herself for her PhD study •2006 Dr. Xiao completed her PhD, and founded GWCM at Stetson •2011 GWCM moved to Miller •2013 GWCM moved to Montery
  3. 3. GWCM specializes in •Endocrine disorders •Immune system disorders •Symptom management for mood disorders •Pain management •Post-cancer and post-surgery related symptoms
  4. 4. Great Wall Chinese Medicine treating these patients, GWCM has accumulated rich, que experience and had the opportunity to care for a ionally diverse clientele.
  5. 5. Dr. Qingsong Xiao • Owner and leader of Great Wall Chinese Medicine • Founder of Great Wall Continuing Education Program • Her patients ages range from 7 to 92 •Chinese Medicine in China •Advanced Training in Traditional Chinese Medicine • Masters Degree in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine •Ph. D. in Oriental Medicine
  6. 6. Dr. Xiao brings rich, unique, and rare combination of treatment and therapy experiences to patients and established a wellequipped alternative medicine clinic here in Scottsdale since 2006. Dr. Xiao is a clinician, a researcher, a general practitioner, and an Oriental Medicine Doctor (OMD), with unique specialties and sub-specialties.
  7. 7. In 2011, Dr. Xiao led to establish the Continuing Education program.
  8. 8. Our Patients Dr. Xiao has helped so many people in Scottsdale with their health.
  9. 9. Dr. Xiao with her Patient Patient’s Testimonial Video
  10. 10. Professor Hongcai Wang, Guest Professor •Vice Director of China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center •Professor and Doctoral Advisor of Institute of Acupuncture, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences •Evaluation Expert of National Natural Science Foundation of China •Deputy Secretary-General of Diabetes Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies
  11. 11. Professor Hongcai Wang, Guest Professor •20 years in clinical acupuncture •rich experience in teaching acupuncture •expert in the prevention and treatment of endocrine metabolic diseases •invited to over 30 countries for academic exchange
  12. 12. Gave treatments to leaders of many countries including former Indian President
  13. 13. Great Wall Chinese Medicine is the sole U.S. partner with IAM, The China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS) .
  14. 14. The China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS) is the largest and most prestigious TCM research organization in China. This is the facility that will host our China Study Tours.
  15. 15. Continuing education classes were set up here in Scottsdale as well as in Beijing. This program is approved for CE credits by the NCCAOM, NCBTMB, State of Arizona Acupuncture Board, and State of California Acupuncture Board.
  16. 16. Highlights of our program You will enrich your understanding of TCM, acupuncture, herbal medicine and auxillary treatments.
  17. 17. Meet renowned TCM experts and Masters and learn techniques to broaden your skill base. Learn treatments for the most common diseases using TCM acupuncture and herbal remedies.
  18. 18. Broaden your horizons with tips on herbal safety, an ancient therapy using the Bian Stone (which is the predecessor to acupuncture and moxibustion) and facial rejuvenation. The course completion includes a certificate issued by the Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, China Academy of Chinese Medicial Sciences
  19. 19. In week 3 of our study tou, we will travel to a monastery and receive Qi Gong training from a famous Qi Gong Mast in a mountain monastery setting.
  20. 20. China Tour We have 3 china tour offerings – each a week long. Week 1 : Herbal Safety, TCM Orthopedics and Traumatology, Emergency TCM (yields 24 CE credits)
  21. 21. Week 2: •Herbal Safety •Prescribing Internal Herbs for Kidney Disease and Women’s Health •Treating Stroke with Acupuncture •Face Rejuvenation with Acupuncture •Bian Stone Therapy (yields 30 CE credits)
  22. 22. Week 3: Medical Qi Gong for TCM Diagnoses and Healing, TCM & Nutrition – Treating Illness with Food (yields 26 CE credits)
  23. 23. Classes offered in Scottsdale are: •Bian Stone Therapy – Level I & II •Magnetic Therapy – Level I & II •Qi Gong – Level I & II •Reiki Healing – Level I & II •Introduction to TCM – for nonacupuncturists.
  24. 24. In the Future: Academy of Chinese Medicine Research Center •The Education Center •The Clinic Trial Center •The Research Center
  25. 25. Our mission is to provide the most integrated and internationally available resource of Traditional Chinese Medicine for students, professionals, researchers, and the public.