Welcome to Dr. Xie’s Acupuncture Clinic at 285 Peterson Road, Libertyville, Illinois. My name is Dr. Jinhua Xie (Dr. J). I am a national board certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. I am a licensed acupuncturist in the State of Illinois and certified acupuncturist in the State of Wisconsin. I am also a professor of Oriental Medicine and teach acupuncture and herbal medicine at the Chicago campus and Racine Campus of the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. I have 28 years of experience of teaching and practicing Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
CREDENTIALS: Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Master of Science in Oriental Medicine Bachelor of Medicine (MD in China) Master of Medicine PhD. in Chinese Medicine 12 Years of Training in Chinese Medicine & Conventional Medicine
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Specialist in Bone and Mineral Metabolism and Peri-menopausal Care Expert in Chinese Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture Professor of Medicine in Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China Nationally Certified in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), including Chinese Herbology and Acupuncture Licensed Acupuncturist in State of Illinois and State of Wisconsin Professor in Midwest College of Oriental Medicine World Health Organization fellow in 1999 Over 25 Years of Experience in Clinical Practice (17 years in China, 8 years in USA) Peer-reviewer for the database, Natural Standard (www.naturalstandard.com) Guest lecturer in the complementary and alternative medicine course in Chicago State University, College of Pharmacy
The effective rates of acupuncture vary widely. The rates depend on the type of conditions treated and many other factors, including how experienced the acupuncturists are who are responsible for needling the patient and performing other modalities of oriental medical treatments. Although the locations of all acupuncture points are standardized, the right point combinations and the most appropriate needling techniques and stimulations to the points are the most important factors for a successful acupuncture treatment. When practicing Chinese herbs, most patients are treated with individually tailored Chinese herbal formulas based on his/her individual conditions. That is why it is important to be seen by an experienced practitioner.
As someone with an extensive background in Oriental Medicine and Integrative Medicine, I often have opportunity to evaluate patients with complicated conditions. The initial visit of a client in my clinic may take between 60 to 90 minutes, which includes a thorough history and evaluation of a client’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and Chinese medicine constitutional evaluation to establish a solid foundation for the follow-up care. I am happy to offer a free 15 minute phone consult to discuss your needs and my clinical process. Most of my clients also receive herbal treatments, recommendations in nutrition, and instruction of lifestyle adjustments and self-care. Our fee rate is very reasonable. I am not the least expensive provider in the area- but one who is known for extensive experience and great results! Our clinic at 285 Peterson Rd., Libertyville, is in a convenient location near intersection of RT. 137 (Peterson Road) and IL Rte 21 (Milwaukee Ave).
We strive for and deliver the highest quality health care by utilizing acupuncture and Chinese herbs to treat people who suffer various kinds of pain and people with other physical and emotional conditions. I look forward to serving you.
ServicesIn our clinic we provide treatment in all modalities of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine including:
Manual acupuncture Electro-acupuncture Scalp acupuncture Acupressure Ear acupuncture with seeds Cupping therapy Infrared (heat) therapy Moxibustion Chinese Body Work (Tui Na) Magnet Therapy Chinese herbal therapy, and Chinese nutrition
The conditions we treat: In Dr. Xie’s Acupuncture Clinic we treat patients with various conditions, especially patients with pain, sport injuries, women’s health, cancers and emotional issues.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes acupuncture as being effective in treating the following conditions:
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