Jing Gao, L.M.T.
Jing Gao is an Arizona state licensed massage therapist, holistic healthcare practitioner, and Chinese herbalist. She has run and owned her practice since 2002. She had her holistic healthcare associates degree at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (SWIHA) in Tempe, Arizona in 2005. As an educator and natural healer from the east coast of China, Jing Gao grew up in a traditional Chinese medical (TCM) family. She served as an apprentice for her grandfather, a master of TCM and herbalist for Chinese Herbal remedies. She has studied systematically in TCM since 1992, and had acupuncture and infant therapeutic massage (Tuina technique for infants) training and practicing in hospitals in China.
From her over 20 years of education and experiences, she has built her own philosophy for human healthcare and disease prevention. She thinks that people should have a positive attitude about life, an active lifestyle, a suitable diet, and harmony works of internal functions to strengthen the innate energy for healthy living and the prevention of diseases. She believes that the key for optimal health is being balanced in physical, mental, emotional, and nutritional aspects. Jing Gao has applied her philosophy in her practices to help her patients release pains and stresses, and to effectively rejuvenate their lives. Her holistic integrative treatment combines health assessment, specialized herb formula teas, and Asian therapeutic bodyworks, that treatment combined with the natral methods, such as Meridian acupressure, cupping, Gua-sha, reflexology, medical massage, Med-Spa lymphatic drainage and therapeutic Qi-gong exercises.
With more than 25 years of experience in sports medicine, clinical practice, and education in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine, Quan Liang, L.Ac. OMD, integrates oriental medicine and modern medicine to analyze your problems. He specializes in pain treatments of the neck, shoulder, lower back, sciatica, and migraines. Quan also helps patients rehabilitate acute and chronic injuries from auto accidents, sports injuries, post-surgery, strokes (post-trauma rehab), and support therapies for post-cancer treatments.
Quan Liang started his practice in the greater Phoenix area in 1996. He was a teacher at the Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College (PTMC) and the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (SWIHA) for 10 years. He worked as an orthopedic doctor for 10 years in Qingdao, China before coming to the U.S. Quan received his degree in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture at Dougguk Royal University in Los Angeles. As a national certified practitioner and Arizona licensed acupuncturist, Quan has treated many patients for a variety of problems.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete system of health care. It emphasizes the importance of the balance of yin and yang inside the body and solve problems by using natural treatments such as acupuncture, moxibustion, Tuina (therapeutic Asian bodywork), herbs, and cupping. Acupuncture is a branch of TCM with rich history and lineage dating back thousands of years to ancient China. It is widely studied in American by many physiologists and medical scientists and has been proven to be effective in maintaining one's health.
If you like the idea of taking care of yourself to prevent illness, and if you are willing to learn how to work wisely with nature to improve your self-healing power, Chinese medicine could play a positive role in your health.
We treat health issues such as pain relief of the neck, lower back, shoulders, and migraines and rehabilitation for acute and chronic injuries. We also provide relief for stress, anxiety, sleep disturbances, and fatigue. Our clinic can also provide counseling for orthopedic problems and recommend daily exercises and diets to help you feel your best.
Quan Liang, L.Ac. OMD
Pain Relief & A Natural Path to Complete Wellness
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