Relieve Pain And Improve Body

Functions And Wellness

Utilizing Combinations Of Acupuncture, Chinese-Style Osteopathy, TuiNa Massage, And Herbal Remedies

About Us

Dr. Qingsong Xiao, the founder and chief practitioner at Great Wall Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture and EMed Research Center. She has been practicing Chinese Medicine for twenty-seven years and has had a practice in Scottsdale, Arizona since 2006. Dr. Xiao’s long time dream and passion is to combine Eastern and Western Medicine, utilizing modern scientific methods to study Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Our Services

We offer a vast amount of services to keep you in good health and maintain a balance lifestyle.

Non-invasive Diagnosis Utilizing

A combination of techniques used to diagnose a patients’ condition. This may include Trigger Points, Tongue Reading, Pulse Pattern Recognition and Energy Balancing.

Holistic Therapy

Instead of treating an illness, holistic medicine looks at an individual’s overall physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional well-being before recommending treatment. Therapies include: Moxibustion, Cupping, Tui Na, Medical Reflexology, Acupuncture, and many more…

Herbal Medicine

A combination of natural ingredients created by Chinese healers many years ago. These remedies consist of Herbal Teas, Herbal Pills or Herbal Wine (as a topical application).

Aging Management

Our Aging Management services includes Facial Rejuvenation and Facial Spa.

Breathing & Exercises

Based off Martial Arts and Qi Gong, these methods, if done routinely, will overtime help lower your blood pressure and overall keep your body well balanced.

Testimonials

    review rating 5  I recently visited GWCM for my lower back pain that was so bad it was affecting my walking, sitting and everyday life. I also was experiencing a shooting pain down my left leg that was so sharp I almost couldn't get up stairs at work. I went in was blown away by the office, there are multiple treatment rooms, a great atmospshere and the staff is so nice and helpful. I saw Dr. Xiao first and she went through ever question you could imagine, she was very in-depth, which made me feel good knowing she cared. She recommended TuiNa massage and acupuncture. After 1 visit my pain level went from a 9 to a 1-2 and after my second visit last week it is almost completely gone. I cannot say enough about the care given and the help that I received! I would recommend to anyone for pain relief and so much more, they truly do it all.

    thumb Curt Bentz
    1/19/2015

    review rating 5  Great Wall Chinese medicine is a great place to cure your pain away. Dr. Xiao is a great doctor who can exactly understand what am I saying and knows who to help me get my pain away. I also have to mention that Dr. Liu who is the master of Tuina. He knows how to release my pain and Tuina just made me so comfortable. Thank you Great Wall!

    thumb Thomas MAO
    8/05/2016

    review rating 5  Here is my video testimonial of my amazing positive experience with the entire staff: youtu.be/tnRcamr_bmk 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. 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. . . . Not enough room on Yelp. Please see: goo.gl/q2kYTf

    thumb Russell Wright
    11/04/2015
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