GWCM CHANDLER OFFICE OPENING SOON
Chandler Office Opening on March 5, 2018
604 W Warner Rd Ste B1 Chandler AZ 85225
Chandler Office New Patient Special
$195 New Patient Special (Consultation, Acupuncture & Manual Therapy, 2.5-hr) and FREE 2nd Visit (Traditional Acupuncture, 1-hr)
Total Cash Value $340. Limited Time Offer.
Moxibustion Therapy Center Special
$40 Moxibustion and FREE 30-min Manual Therapy
Total Cash Value $80. Limited Time Offer.
What is MOXIBUSTION?
Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, to facilitate healing. Moxibustion has been used throughout Asia for thousands of years; in fact, the actual Chinese character for acupuncture, translated literally, means “acupuncture-moxibustion.” The purpose of moxibustion, as with most forms of traditional Chinese medicine, is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of qi, and maintain general health. Moxibustion is commonly known to help with menstruation issues, digestive problems, pregnancy, cold and flu, and pain due to injury or arthritis.
Why Great Wall Chinese Medicine?
GWCM (est. 2006 in Scottsdale) is now opening a 2nd location in Chandler. Founder and chief practitioner Dr. Qingsong Xiao Ph.D., O.M.D.(China), L.Ac. is establishing a Moxibustion Therapy Center at the Chandler location to provide regular healthcare and promote healthy living. Our Moxibustion Treatment is like no other. In combination with manual therapy, it focuses on enhancing immune system, balancing endocrine, aesthetic skincare, and reducing stress.
EMED & GWCM HOLLIDAY PARTY 2017
Great Wall Chinese Medicine (GWCM) & EMed Research Center (EMed RC) recently hosted a Holiday party for over 200 patients as well as 5 Elements graduates and their families. As patients, participants and family members arrived for the party on Saturday, one patient was overheard saying, “I learned never to miss an event that GWCM hosts because it is done right with great food!”. We thank you for that wonderful compliment!
During the ceremony, two patients spoke and shared the effects that the program has had on their lives. Another participant could not make it, but was kind enough to share his story on video. His life is so different because of the program and he felt it was very important to take time out to share his journey with our guests. Several GWCM patient stories were also on display around the room. This was a great way for our patients to share their personal feelings and results.
Carol, a patient of Dr. Xiao’s was treated for cancer initially and then later thyroid issues. She was able to confirm great results for both. Her husband witnessed the treatment Carol received and now is a patient of GWCM himself! Another patient’s story was shared by Amy. After 3 months of infertility treatment, Amy and her husband conceived a baby girl, who she calls, “Dr. Xiao’s daughter!”. Joel and his wife also attended the party. They both shared details of 14 years ago when he had occupational issues and injuries from Taekwondo. Dr. Xiao has now been treating Joel and his family for many years now.
An important part of the evening was the wonderful and talented performances. Hope Chinese School has performed at each of the graduation ceremonies. The dancers have been creative and beautifully choregraphed, combining Chinese culture with American culture! Traditional musical instruments were played beautifully as part of the Chinese cultural demonstration. The Asian Tea Association introduced Chinese Tea culture to attendees.
Since 2016, EMed Research Center has completed 3 very successful 5 Elements courses. GWCM initiated EMed, which utilizes modern scientific research to study traditional Chinese medicine. The details of the study show significant improvement in HbA1C, hypertension and cholesterol both during and after treatment. This complex management improves quality of life, stress levels, sleep quality, and energy levels.
It is important to note that the most recent course was held once weekly instead of twice weekly as the first two courses. The results show the success of the program. The next 5 Elements program will be offered March and October of 2018. Please contact our office via email, [email protected] for more information. We are pleased to announce our new location in Chandler, opening in February 2018!
Great Wall Chinese Medicine, established in 2006, began EMed Research Center in 2015. It has always been Dr. Xiao’s dream to build a beautiful bridge between Eastern and Western medicine.
We want to thank everyone for the time and effort put into making this such a great success. This includes Big Thank You to The Clayton House, Jasmine Tokyo Asian Buffet, De from Tang Dynasty for serving hot pot, fellow colleagues and staff.
We only have time for what we believe is important! Remember, your own health and wellness should be at the top of that list!
Great Wall Chinese Medicine and EMed Research Center Team
MEETING WITH DR. RUBIN’S TEAM OF ARIZONA CENTER FOR PAIN RELIEF.
11/10/15 Dr. Qingsong Xiao, Manager Yahan Zhang and Assistant Sherri Perry had a wonderful lunch
PUBLIC SERVICE APPRECIATION DAY
PSA= public service appreciation
Great Wall Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture (GWCM) Would like to say Thank you veteransBy inviting you to one day each month in appreciation for all of your dedication and services! For more than 1- years, we have given back to the community. Now let us help you with your pain or just maintain your well-being. Please book early as there is limited availability.
SPRING UPDATES FROM GREAT WALL CHINESE MEDICINE
EMed Research Center founderDr. Qingsong Xiao and associates will travel to China to attend the Annual Academic Meeting in Beijing hosted by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Dr. Xiao has been nomiated for a postition on the Brain Disease Committee and voting will take place at this very special event.
Also while in Beijing, EMed will be traveling throughout China to visit top leading Traditional Chinese Medicine universities and research institutions. A group of cinematographer and producer will accompany the EMed members as they make their way through cities such as Sichuan, Xi’an, and Zhengzhou to record a documentary about Traditional Chinese Medicine and Dr. Xiao’s life story.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
Great Wall Chinese Medicine Arizona’s Premier Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic 3225 N. 75th St. Suite 115, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 U.S Tel: 480-4298881 Fax: 480-4298882 www.chinesedrs.com Our office will be closed on the following days to celebrate the holidays: Wednesday, December 24th Thursday, December 25th Monday, Decemeber 29th- Saturday, December 3rd Please keep note of these dates when scheduling your appointments. Great Wall Chinese Medicine will be open on January 5th for the new year. Looking for a great cause to support before 2014 year end? Consider donating to promote Alzheimer’s and Diabetes research by Pledging your Commitment
EMed Research Center is reaching out the community by hosting a presentation and support group through Scottsdale Senior Services. This is a great educational experience to demonstrate how Traditationl Chinese Medicine can help Neuropathy. There will be presentations by Dr. Qingsong Xiao and Mr. Yulong Liu along with raffles and gift certificate sales.
Granite Reef Senior Center
1700 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
DR. XIAO HONORNED AS LIFESAVER
Great Wall Chinese Medicine Arizona’s Premier Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic 3225 N. 75th St. Suite 115, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 U.S Tel: 480-4298881 Fax: 480-4298882 www.chinesedrs.com
Great Wall Chinese Medicine will be closed for appointments on the following days to Celebrate the Holidays: December 24th & 25th December 29th- January 4th We will re-open January 5th at 8:00AM Please schedule your appointments NOW for the New Year Dr.Xiao Honored as a lifesaver at her Patent’s 25th Business Anniversary Party Dr. Inouye, Mary lyn, Dr. Eggerling and Dr.
Dec. 20, 2014, Dr. Qingsong Xiaoreceived a surprise award from a patient. Mary Lyn Hammer hosted a 25th Anniversary celebration for her business Champion College Serviceswhere she honored the three doctors who saved her life. Six years ago, Mary Lyn nearly closed her business because she was very close to losing her life. SHE ALMOST TO DIED. With the help of these three doctors, Mary Lyn had a miraculous recovery! Dr. Xiao is very thankful for this special recognition.