Dr. Liqun Xia, a medical doctor from china, has over 25 years experiences. He has been trained in China in both modern medicine and traditional medicine, and worked there as physician in the university clinics. As a medical doctor, he worked in Germany for 5 years and possesses two medical doctor titles (China and Germany). As California board licenced acupuncturist, he opened the office in Newport Beach for acupuncture treatment. Please come and experience real acupuncture from china!
The development of the medicine has supported us a better and healthier life than ever before. But the limitation of the modern medicine is still huge and far away from what the people respected.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has exited for thousand years and collected rich techniques by treating the different diseasis, especially variant pain and chronic conditions, even by the maintenance of the well health.
Dr. Xia is a chinese medical doctor, in the meanwhile a licenced acupuncturist in california. He got trained in China and has over 25 years experiences. He can coorperate with your doctor very well and offer you the treatment in real acupuncture.
Even he has open his office here in Newport Beach very recent, he got great efficiencies from the patients, a lot of them are doctors. Followed are some testimonies:
To Whom It May Concern,
Dr. Xia is without a doubt, one of the best acupuncturists I have ever had the privilege to be treated by. As an alternative healthcare provider myself, I personally know of many acupuncturists and have been treated by over 20 acupuncturists over 25 years. I came to Dr. Xia in November of 2007 for a sinus condition and after 4 visits I had significant relief of my symptoms. Dr. Xis is not only a knowledgeable and experienced healthcare provider but more importantly he truly cares for his patients and is a true healer.
Jeffrey Catanzarite D.C.
Testimonial for Dr. Xia, Acupuncturist:
In August 2007, all of a sudden my entire right hand got tingly and went numb. I saw an Orthopedic doctor that specializes in hands. He believed I had a pinched nerve in my elbow and recommended I go to a rehab facility and get a custom "splint" made to wear on my right arm while sleeping. I went to a Neurologist who would do tests to confirm if I had any nerve damage or not. He further told me to "not use my right arm, elbow and hand as much as possible" which is next to impossible. Therefore, I sought Chiropractic treatment as an alternative. Unfortunately I was not getting any feeling back in my 2 fingers on my right hand. However, the Neorologist, like the hand specialist, was encouraging me to seek surgery to alleviate my problem.
Then by chance, I met Dr. Xia and told him what was going on with my fingers still being numb. He assured me he could help with this problem, but he cautioned that it might take quite a long time before I got the feeling back in my 2 fingers.
I am extremely pleased that after just 5 treatments with Dr. Xia I was getting results and the feeling started coming back in both fingers and the right side of my hand. I have now been under Dr. Xia's care for just 2 months and my fingers are getting very close to normal.
I am 100% convinced that if I had not found Dr. Xia and given Acupuncture a try, I would likely have resorted to surgery out of frustration.
Thank you Dr. Xia for getting my fingers to work again!
Costa Mesa, CA
Educations and Degree:
Tongji Medical University (China): Major: Medicine, MD
Tongji Medical University (China): Postgraduate study of medicine
Medical School of University Goettingen, Germany, MD
Residencies and Experience:
Residency at Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China
Followship and Preceptorship at Tongji Medical University, China
Teaching appointment in clinical and academic at Wuhan Postgraduate Medical College, Wuhan, China
Visiting doctor at the department of internal medicine, medical school of University Goettingen, Germany
Research Fellow at Transplantation Institution, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, US
Research Fellow for Cnacer Research at City of Hope Medical Institution
355 Placentia Ave, suite 210, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Member of California Alliance of Acupuncture Medicine
Selected peer-reviewed publications (in chronological order).
1. Xia, L. and Wang, Q. (1991) Double PAP straining. J. of Tongji Medical University 11:211-213.
2. Xia, L. and Wang, Q. (1994) Immunocytochemical study of the endocrine cells in the gastrointestinal tract of ophiocephalus argus. Zoological Res. 15:35-36
3. Neubauer, K., Eichhorst, S.T., Wilfling, T., Buchenau, M., Xia, L., and Ramadori, G. (1998) Sinnusoidal intercellular adhesion molecule-1 up regulation precedes the accumulation of leukocyte function antigen-1-positive cells and tissue necrosis in a model of carbontetrachloride-induced acute rat liver injury. Lab. Invest. 78:185-194.
4. Xia, L., Chen, X., Khaletskiy, A., and Li, J.-J. (2000) AP-1 and NFĸB are activated in the devleopment of radioresistance in human breast cancer cells. . Presented at the Research Staff Organization Advance for the Beckman Research Institute, May 2-4, Lake Arrowhead, California.
5. Chen, X., Xia, L., Khaletskiy, A., Young, M.A., Colburn, N.H., and Li, J.-J. (2000) AP-1 and NFĸB are involved in radioresistance formation in human keratinocyte transformed by HPV18 E6/E7 and v-fos genes. Presented at the Research Staff Organization Advance for the Beckman Research Institute, May 2-4, Lake Arrowhead, California.
6. Li, Z., Wong, J.Y.C., Wang, J., Khaletskiy, A., Xia, L., Lee, K.M., and Li, J.-J. (2000) Gene expression profile in radioresistant breast cancer cells induced by fractionated ionizing radiation. Presented at the 47th annual meeting of the Radiation Research Society, April 29-May 3, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
7. Li, Z., Xia, L., Lee, L.M., Khaletskiy, A., Wang, J., Wong, J.Y.C., and Li, J.-J. (2001) Altered in human breast cancer MCF-7 cells following fractionated ionizing radiation. Radiation Res. 155:543-553.
8. Xia, L., and Li, J.-J. (2001) Alteration of TP53 activity in human breast cancer MCF-7 cells treated with fractional ionizing radiation. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res. 42:665.
9. Xia, L. and O'Connor, T.R. (2001) DNA glycosylase activity assay based on streptavidin paramagnetic bead substrate capture. Anal Biochem, 298, 322-326.
10. Armbrust, T., Batusic, D., Xia, L., and Ramadori, G. (2002) Early gene expression of hepatocyte growth factor in mononuclear phagocytes of rat liver after administration of carbon tetachloride. Liver 22:486-494.
11. Chen, X., Shen, B., Xia, L., Khaletzkiy, A., Chu, D., Wong, J.Y.C., and Li, J.-J. (2002) Activation of nuclear factor ĸB in radioresistance of TP53-inactive human keratinocytes. Cancer Res. 62:1213-1221.
12. Xia, L., Paik, A., and Li, J-J. (2004) p53 Activation in Chronic Radiation-Treated Breast Cancer Cells: Regulation of MDM2/p14ARF. Cancer Res. 64, 221-228.
13. Bates SE, Zhou NY, Federico LE, Xia L, O’Connor TR. (2005) Repair of cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers or dimethylsulfate damage in DNA is identical in normal or telomerase-immortalized human skin fibroblasts.
Nucleic Acids Res. 2005 Apr 29;33(8):2475-85.
14. Xia L, Zheng L, Lee HW, Bates SE, Federico L, Shen B, O’Connor TR. (2005) Human 3-methyladenine-DNA glycosylase: effect of sequence context on excision, association with PCNA, and stimulation by AP endonuclease. J Mol Biol. Mar 11;346(5):1259-74. Epub 2005 Jan 20.
15. Baker DJ, Wuenschell G, Xia L., Termini J, Bates SE, Riggs AD, O’Connor TR. Nucleotide excision repair eliminates unique DNA-protein cross links from mammalian cells.
J Biol Chem. 2007 May 16;