Feng Xiao, Lic.Ac.NCCAOM
- Graduate of Chongqing University of Medical Sciences (Medical Degree in China), Graduate of
Southwest University (M.Edu.in China).
- Feng's professional experiences in China: Acupuncture Practitioner; Pediatrician in Children
Hospital of Chongqing University of Medical Sciences; Associate Professor in Chongqing
University of Medical Sciences.
- Certified By National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM),
- Certified by Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for Clean Needle
Technique (CNT), USA.
- Member of American Acupuncture Council.
- Licensed Acupuncture Practitioner in United States; Serving Southern NH and Northern MA areas
Feng lives on the border of New Hampshire - Massachusetts with his wife, Kay, who is a scientist
conducting cancer research in Cambridge, and his daughter, Taier, who is studying history and
economics in college. He is very enthusiastic about Tai Chi and natural physical activities, and
encourages both his patients and his family to take up natural motions when possible.
Remarks by Feng:
Acupuncture and much of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tai Chi, I began to realize as I practiced
them year after year, on my patients, my family, and of course, myself, can not only serve as a series of
treatments, but also as a lifestyle. They are based upon a philosophy of Yin and Yang and the two
opposing forces change in certain conditions, which emphasizes balance within and without the mind
I hope to meet with you one day, and share with you in person such a lifestyle, philosophy, and health
Thank you for visiting this site.
A letter from Feng Xiao’s classmate
in the medical school
February 14, 2005
To Whom It May Concern:
I am Dr. Peter Y. Li, M. D., currently working as an Anesthesiologist in the Pomona Valley Hospital
Medical Center in Los Angeles area, California. Dr. Feng Xiao was one of my classmates of the medical
school in Chongqing, China. I am very happy to write for him.
I can still remember our old time in medical school 20 years ago. Feng studied very hard not only with
Western medicine but also Chinese medicine. He showed his great interests in Chinese medicine and
demonstrated his profound understanding of the principles and mechanisms of Chinese medicine. I can
recall some of his questions in our Chinese medicine class sounded so hard to understand and somehow
strange to me. He was an excellent student in our class and always kept in the top 5 of our class in
both Western and Chinese medicine during our whole school years.
Feng always likes to be challenged and it motivates him to achieve one success after another. After
moved to North America, he has brought his acupuncture skills with him and treated many patients. He
provides acupuncture service in Southern New Hampshire area. His patients basis has been
There is no doubt that he would be a great doctor with many new achievements. I know that since he is
not only a doctor with a high quality of training and countless hands-on experience but also a doctor who
cares for his patients from his heart.
I sincerely wish he lived in LA area so my family and I could benefit from his care when we need to. But I
have to admit that I consult with him quite frequently. His valuable advices have helped my family
and me very much.
I am sure he will continue to make more and more success with his great effort and enthusiasm of
practicing medicine and taking good care of his patients.
Peter Y. Li, M.D.
Los Angeles, California
Leshan, an ancient city between Sichuan and Tibet
in southwest China, Feng grew up there
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