Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in the United States. This disease has no cure to date. Great results are seen through TCM treatment. EMed Research Center, a 501c3 non-profit organization, focuses on combating Alzheimer’s Disease(AD) with comprehensive Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
EMed’s research involves utilizing big data analysis to evaluate the efficacy of different TCM treatment methods on AD. The research outcome will help to standardize TCM practice and provide concrete scientific evidence for its effectiveness. EMed also strives to educate the general public through scientific findings and bridge the knowledge of TCM for scholars worldwide.
EMed’s initial research project will study 50 patients with AD who receive two treatments per week for 6 months; 2400 treatment sessions will be studied in total.
Your one-time $50 donation will help EMed to track and study one treatment session effectiveness of TCM treating Alzheimer’s. Your monthly $50 donation will allow EMed to continue research long term treatment effects of TCM on AD.
Executive Director, Dr. Qingsong Xiao O.M.D, Ph.D. (ca), L. Ac
Dr. Xiao is the founder and chief practitioner at Great Wall Chinese Medicine and EMed Research Center, and has been practicing Chinese Comprehensive Treatment for twenty five years. She is one of the top practitioners in the country and has practiced in Scottsdale since 2006. Dr. Xiao has a PhD in Traditional Chinese Medicine [TCM] from American Liberty University and two Master’s Degrees in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and South Baylo University respectively. She has established an outstanding partnership with the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS) in Beijing, China that offers fellow practitioners continuing education courses and training. She has held an active role in The World Federation of Chinese Medicine, promoting Traditional Chinese Medicine to the world. More recently, she founded EMed Research Center, a long time dream in combining Eastern and Western Medicine, utilizing modern scientific methods to study Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Xiao is an outstanding leader in her benefits to the community while practicing hands-on healing with patients on a daily basis. When asked about the name of her Clinic, Great Wall Chinese Medicine, Dr. Xiao stated, “The Great Wall of China is the symbol of the ancient strength, determination and knowledge of my ancestors and those Masters who came before me to discover and teach Traditional Chinese Medicine so that I can bring that knowledge to others.”