I try to teach a lifetime of well being and maintenance of the immune system by balancing the True Qi and the evil qi. This is a lifelong battle that requires constant attention to one self and the issues faced every day.


The first time people come in they are very anxious so treatment is cautious; as they come in on a more frequent basis, they relax and train their bodies to respond in a more positive way to the treatments provided.


The addition of daily meditation before sleep and relaxation therapies help to decrease stress on a daily basis to prevent illness and chronic health problems.


I work to boost the natural immune system.


I feel very lucky to enjoy my work; it's interesting and I love what I do. I feel fortunate to make a living improving the lives of others through my therapies and treatments. The patients provide constant feedback and a sense of pride in Chinese medicine

Qiying Jiang, a third generation acupuncturist and herbalist, graduated from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing, China. She also completed her Master of Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, NM. She is a licensed acupuncturist in Illinois and is certified by NCCAOM (National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).

In China, she had learned from and practiced with the foremost Acupuncturist and herblist, Dr. Ming Yin, Dr. Shongzhao Tsao and Dr. Changruo Sheng, in Jiangsu Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Since 1996, Dr. Qi has practiced acupuncture and Chinese herbology in several clinics with many Medical and Chiropractic Doctors. She also served as Team Acupuncturist of Chicago Fire during 1998 -1999 and 2001-2002 Season when the team won the National Championship. She also has helped White Sox players, and the 2004 Olympic Women’s Gymnastics finalists. She has been featured in many articles in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Parents and many other journals throughout the years.

Dr. Qi is an invited speaker for the Autism One Annual Conference since 2006. She also hosts a radio-show for AutismOne.org/radio. Dr. Qi has been helping Autistic children and their families here and abroad through office and telephone consultations.

Her major specialties are:

1. Pain relief: headache, migraine, sciatica, neck, back and shoulder pain, TMJ, Bell's palsy, arthritis, sports, work and traffic injury, carpal tunnel, trigeminal neuralgia, tennis elbow;

2. General health care: stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, insomnia, allergies, acne, hay fever, Meniere?s disease, bladder dysfunction, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesteremia, IBS, colitis, Candida, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, MS, stroke sequela;

3. Gynecology: infertility, morning sickness, PMS, menopausal syndrome, Menstrual Disorder, endometriosis, fibroids;

4. Pediatrics: acne, ear infection, Asthma, allergies, ADD, Autism, cerebral palsy.

5. Stopping smoking;

6. Weight-loss and non-surgical facelift.

7. Chinese herbal formulae, antioxidants and anti-aging supplements.

In addition, she has also been practicing Qi-gong and Tai-chi for more than 15 years.





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Acupuncturists have been an integral part of my team of health practitioners for twenty-five years. Following a severe spinal injury twenty-seven years ago...

March 25, 2014



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