A headshot of Linda Qiu, LAc

Linda is a TCM practitioner, professor, researcher, and teacher. Qiu started to practice medical Qigong in 1990 and started her study of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in 1991. Before moving to the U.S. in 2001, Qiu both practiced TCM and taught foreign students in a teaching hospital of Beijing University of TCM.  Since 2001, Qiu has been an instructor and later director of the Integral Studies Department at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, and Pacific College. Besides teaching, Qiu keeps an active clinical practice, specializing in medical qigong, pain management, stress management, migraine headache, women’s health, and pediatric acupuncture. Qiu has published many papers and books in several research fields, including qigong acupuncture, acupuncture treatments for various diseases, needle techniques, fundamental theory of TCM, and the history of Chinese medicine.

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