Dr. Xiaorong Ding has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine in China’s premier university hospitals and institutes since 1994. After obtained her PhD in 2003 from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), one of the most prestigious and respected TCM Universities in China, which is in Science of Acupuncture and Moxibustion with a subfield in neurology, she continued to perform acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbs at her alma mater’s University Hospital for another four years, eventually rising to Associate Chief Physician. Soon after, Dr. Ding joined the China Academy of Chinese Medicine—the NIH of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China—as an associate professor. She moved to Denver, Colorado on 2011 and now is practicing in her private acupuncture clinic in Denver, as well as an instructor in CSTCM.
Dr. Ding’s practice focuses on integrating Chinese and Western medicine on various diseases. She also has published more than 40 research papers on Chinese medicine. This unusual background gives her keen and deep going perspective on mankind health. Dr. Ding believes that what acupuncturist needs to do is to help patients fighting against diseases by themselves. She understands very well that mankind is an integral part of nature. So she can guide the patients to preserve their health with a natural path.