Dr. Qingsong Xiao, PhD (CA), LAc, OMD, LMT

Name:Qingsong Xiao
Specialty:Acupuncturist—Non-surgical Chinese Osteopathic Manipulation
Other Specialties—Fast pain relief and management
Review:9 client reviews
Location:3225 N. 75th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-429-8881
Fax: 480-429-8882
Qingsong Xiao, OMD, LMT, LAc, PhD (CA)

Work Experience:

Qingsong Xiao, founder and leading Oriental Medicine Doctor (OMD) of Great Wall Chinese Medicine (GWCM), brings rich, unique, and rare combinations of treatment and therapy experiences to her clinic. She has established outstanding credentials with a large hospital in Beijing, China and has established a well-equipped alternative medicine clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona since 2006. Dr. Xiao is a clinician, a researcher, a general practitioner, and an OMD, with unique specialties and sub-specialties.


She began her OMD career with four unique apprenticeships:

She first apprenticed under her father for Chinese Herbal Remedies in her early childhood.

Her second apprenticeship took place during her teenage years for Non-surgical Chinese osteopathy.

Her third apprenticeship was for Qigong and took place under a Marshall Arts Master at Shaolin Temple, Hernan, China.

Finally, her last apprenticeship as an adult once again took place under her father � for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practice and treatments in the fields of hypnosis and psychotherapy.

Education & Professional Training:

2007 Ph D. American Liberty University, Orange, CA

�Thesis Research: TCM Treatment for Depression
2006 Dongguk Royal University, Los Angeles, CA

�M S. Oriental Medicine
2005 South Baylo University, Anaheim, CA

�M S. Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
1991 Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China

�Traditional Chinese Medicine at School of Basic Medical Science
�Acupuncture and Chinese Therapeutic Massage & Manipulation at Beijing College of Acupuncture-Moxibusition
1992 The China Academy of TCM Orthopedics Research Institute. Beijing China

�Clinical Residences - Specialized in Non-Surgical Orthopedics for knee treatment
1992 Beijing College of Acupuncture -Moxibustion

�Acupuncture internship training under Dr. Gen En Guang, focusing on treating sinus and sciatica
1988 GuanAnMen Hospital of China Academy of TCM Orthopedics Research Institute, Beijing, China

�Apprentice under Dr. Zhou Shi Fang, focuing on Non-Surgical Orthopedics and Traumatology (3-years)

Specialties of Dr. Qingsong Xiao currently on increasing patients' demand and requests:
**Acupuncture for eye healthcare: Improvements or symptom retardation for eyesight impairment including but not limited to children/teenager near sightness, post-age-40 glaucoma, prevention of diabetic retinopathy (dietary recommendation included)

**Therapeutic acupuncture/acupressure in combination with non-surgical Chinese osteopathic manipulation for referred or compensatory knee pains

Acclaimed Specialties of Dr Qingsong Xiao, Lead OMD and Acupuncturist:

1.0 OMD comprehensive diagnosis and general health assessment, non-invasive, non-X-ray

*** For fast relief of pain, if any

*** For enhancement of body's natural ability to heal and maintain itself

2.0  Integrative diagnosis and prognosis: on bases of traditional Oriental medicine while reviewing with patients their own Western allopathic reports, if available

***To treat holistically otherwise difficult to manage health issues, "idiopathic" symptoms or pain manifestations, if indicated.  

3.0 Holistic treatments with unique alternative medicine skills and procedures, administered individually or in combinations

***Therapeutic TuiNa massage, full body, cloth-on

***Therapeutic acupuncture/acupressure

***None-surgical Chinese osteopathic manipulation

***Medicinal herb remedy or supplement

4.0   Lifestyle pain management, post or before surgery; rehab management post-accident post-trauma  

5.0  Rejuvenation stamina restoration and anti-aging as wellness enhancement

*** Breathing and Therapeutic Exercises adapted from Zen meditation and Chinese Marshall Arts     

Specialties of Dr. Qingsong Xiao and Staff Acupuncturists:

6.1 Diagnostic Therapeutic and Rejuvenation Acupuncture:
***Trigger-Point, Referred-pain, Meridian Diagnosis and Therapy (Trigger Points, Thirteen Meridians, Contemporary Alterative Medicine Evidence-based Therapeutic Acupuncture Points)
***Ear-, Hand-, Foot-area specific acupuncture for general health and energy rejuvenation

6.2 Therapeutic and Rejuvenation Acupressure and Chinese TuiNa Massage: Dr. Xiao and Staff Licensed Massage Provider
***Chinese TuiNa Massage and Acupressure Therapy in lieu of simple Hand/Foot Reflexology Therapy
***Deep-skin and TuiNa massages for adults�� bio-mechanical cranial-sacrum balance; or for children��s and senior-citizens�� self-healing, needle-free and pain-killer-free

6.3 Detoxification and Therapeutic Treatments for Substance-addiction, Hormonal Imbalance, Brain-muscle Coordination Weakness:

***Drug-free, non-surgery treatments for infertility, menstrual irregularity, lack of libido, weight control, nicotine/narcotic or other substance abuse or addiction
***a-priori allopathic MD diagnosis recommended, but not required; post-treatment prognosis by MDs encouraged��..
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American Liberty UniversityPhDThesis Research: TCM Treatment for Depression2007
DoctorGreat Wall Chinese Medicine3337 N. Miller Rd., Ste. 103, Scottsdale, AZ 852512006 to present
NameIssued ByDuration
AZ 0522AZ Acupuncture Board2006-2012
TCM Treatment for Depression, 2007
AcupuncturiestGreat Wall Chinese Medicine2006 to present
MemberAmerican Acupuncture Council2006 to present
1. Chinese Osteopathic Medical Exam/ Evaluation:
New Patient: $260           Returning patient: $120

2. Integrated Treatment( $265 Value)
New patient Special: $180 (2 hours)     Returning patient: $165(1.5 hours)

Prepay Discount:  
5 treatments(@ $160 x 5) = $800        10 treatments (@$150 x10) = $1500

3. Chinese Osteopathic Treatment  
New patients Special: $180 (2 hours)      Returning patients: $150 (1.5 hours)

Prepay Discount:  
5 treatments(@ $140 x5) = $700         10 treatments (@$135 x 10) = $1350

4. Chinese Osteopathic Manipulation (special injury and Trauma@ $100 per Visit)
5. Traditional Chinese Medical Diagnosis
New patient: $120              Returning patient: $80

6. Holistic Acupuncture Treatment
New patient Special: $180 (2 hours)    Returning patient: $145 (1.5 hours)
                                                                          Prepay Discount:  
5 treatments(@ $135 x 5 = $675            10 treatments (@$130 x 10) = $1300

7. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
Prepay Discount:  
5 treatments $105 * 5 = $525                      10 treatments $95 *10 = $950

8. Tui Na Therapy a 60-minute session by assistant: $80
Prepay Discount:  
5 treatments (@$75 x 5) = $375       10 treatments(@$70 x10) = $700

9. Chinese Herbs Medicine Preparation
Herbal Tea Remedy Prepared for Individual Patients      $220 /14 days
Classical Herbal familiar Pills for patients symptoms    $3.2/day
Herbal Wine for Pain Management  (External Use)         $10/botle
Herbal familiar Pack for External Use                   $35/pack

10. Other Therapeutic Methods
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Office Hours
Monday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 5:30pm

Evening & weekend open for established & urgent patients:
Tuesday & Wednesday : 5:30-7:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30-4:00Pm

Language:Engilish & Chinese

Client Review:

9 client reviews of Qingsong Xiao scored 5 out of 5.

video testimonial of my amazing positive experience
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by RussellWright, Nov. 04, 2015

Here is my video testimonial of my amazing positive experience with the entire staff:


Hello, my name is Russell Wright, and I'm going to leave a video Yelp review for these guys, which I never do, and I've never done before, because my experience of Great Wall Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture was so amazing that it might sound made up if you could not see me in person. What I'm going to do is tell you exactly what happened to me, and give you a unique perspective of how it feels like this staff, and this team, saved my life, and really want to thank Dr. Xiao for all the help that I got in this incident.

On my birthday, October 28, 2015, I got really sick. After my family and I went to celebrate my birthday, I came home and I was in the kitchen, and I had a bad experience that I've never had before, and I thought I was having a heart attack. I didn't know what it was. All I felt was this intense sense of panic and fear.

It was really, really intense, so I drank some water. I kept moving around, and doing some things in order to avoid the panic. I couldn't sleep. I walked around the neighborhood. I had so much energy, and panic, and anxiety going through my body, that I tried everything. I drank beer. I tried everything I knew to keep calm and settle down.

The energy was so intense. It was both panic and energy, like I had to leave the house at all cost. Like a classic anxiety or panic attack. Like an anxiety or panic disorder type of experience. I tried to deal with it, until about 3:00 in the morning, and I still couldn't deal with it, so I went to the hospital. I actually went to a regular hospital, to try to deal with it, and they couldn't find anything wrong with me.They looked at me kind of funny, like it was all in my head, or this type of thing. They gave me some sedatives, very, very heavy sedatives, which I took, which did help because they put me to sleep.

After that, the next day, I went to a traditional American doctor, just whoever I could find, and went to see him, and he immediately recommended that I go onto SSRIs, or essentially, anti-depressants. Anyway, I didn't go on anti-depressants, and later found out, after tending to myself, that there was some problems with my intestines. I only got anxiety, or panic disorder, when I ate something, and only things that were ... I wasn't sure what was going on.

The point is that, I was eating things, and they were making me really panicky. Other things I could eat, like spirulina or alkaline things I could eat, and there was no problem. I couldn't understand what was going on, but it was really difficult to eat, and really difficult to think, and I couldn't do anything with my business because I could not concentrate. I looked up acupuncture, because I wanted another opinion, so I didn't go on anti-depressants, because that's what I was being told I needed to do. There was no connection being made by my traditional M.D. to my intestines.I went to the Great Wall Chinese Medicine and Dr. Xiao set up an appointment, I set up an appointment with her, when she came in the room, immediately I started to feel better.

Now, I know that sounds like the placebo effect, or something like that, but it wasn't. I can only tell you my experience. I haven't been to the doctor in a long time. I haven't been to a doctor in 10 years and I am not used to getting sick. I'm too busy running my own businesses. She immediately made me feel better, just by telling me to forget everything that I'd been told by other doctors, you're going to start over. She wasn't putting any other doctors down, or saying that they were wrong. She was just saying, "Let's start fresh. Let's have a fresh look at this experience."

Then, when I was done, after filling out the forms and helping me, she put me in another room, and the first needle that went into me, felt like an explosion. It was directly at some kind of point, which I've had acupuncture before, many, many years ago, but it immediately went directly towards ... I didn't know whether to laugh or to cry. My whole intestine opened up. It was really crazy. It was an amazing experience, like something hard to explain. That's why I'm actually doing a video, because I want you to understand that, that wasn't a bunch of different things happening. It was talking to me, and then one needle, like Kung Fu Panda. Just one needle. Then I felt intestines start to move, and my energy shift. Again, it's hard to explain. They did some more therapy on me, the red mineral lamps in the right place, and then she placed more needles, and her assistant, who's also wonderful ... I'm not sure her name. They worked together with me, and towards the end of the session, I felt the panic come up in the upper intestine, and then and then I felt the energy move down into my lower intestine. I felt everything relax that had not been relaxed in 72 hours. . . .

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by Nikki22, Apr. 07, 2015

 I had seen another doctor & she had recommended some herbs to me to help to calm my stress but the herbs started causing me to have insomnia . Eventually I couldn't sleep at all my mom told me to see Dr. Xiao. I am so happy I went. It took about 4 sessions before I could finally sleep through the night again. It does take time but it will work if you are patient. I was extremely happy with the results. The staff is amazing! They are so welcoming, helpful & understanding. Dr. Xiao is so compassionate & very knowledgable you can tell she really cares for each of her patients. You can tell that she truly wants to help people feel better. The treatment is so relaxing and you leave feeling better. I am truly grateful to Dr. Xiao & would recommend her to anyone looking for natural way of healing your body!

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by stevenaikins, Mar. 25, 2015

Great Wall Chinese Medicine was our answered prayer to a difficult time. Our 6-year-old daughter came down with appendicitis and when we went to the hospital we found out that her appendix had ruptured. After surgery she had a difficult recovery that included several antibiotics, pain medication and several days without food or drink. She was in the hospital for 6 days. After being discharged from the hospital she was not her normal self. She lost her energy she once had. She lost her focus. We decided to look for other options to accelerate her recovery and to get her back to being our little girl she was before her hospital stay.

Our hope had been restored when we came across Great Wall Chinese Medicine. Dr. Ginsong Xiao assured us that our daughter would recover with the treatments she had to offer. That is exactly what happened. My daughter received an acupuncture treatment and after just one visit she was like her old self again! The doctor made her feel comfortable and assured her that this painless treatment would make her feel wonderful.

Ever since her treatments her eyes have widened, her energy is back, her cheer is back, her smile is wider and she’s happy again.

We will continue to go to Great Wall Chinese Medicine because on top of their friendly staff, expert doctors and relaxing environment, they treated our daughter with honesty, kindness and unprecedented care.

Steven J. Aikins

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