Journal of Sleep Disorders: Treatment and Care 2325-9639

Xiaoping Lin

National Ageing Research Institute, Parkville, Victoria, Australia

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Biography

Dr. Lin received her medical degree from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in 1992. Upon completion of her six-year program, Dr. Lin worked at Beijing Xuan Wu Hospital where she practiced both Western and Chinese medicine, and was trained to treat a broad range of illnesses and diseases, specializing in infertility and pain. Dr. Lin received training from Dr. XiaoPing Ji, an internationally renowned and respected acupuncturist, who practices in China. Dr. Ji is the co-author of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAM). Wenying currently is enrolled in another doctorate program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego.

Dr. Lin is also part of Craig Hospital's Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) program. The CAM program combines the expertise of Colorado's top medical doctors and acupuncturists to address and treat Craig Hospital's most difficult cases. This complementary approach is the first of its kind in Colorado and is being used as a model for other healthcare facilities. Wenying was the first of three acupuncturists (including her husband, Paul) chosen for this honor. Dr. Lin was credentialed at Craig Hospital for 10 years starting in 2000. She also worked on the NIH grant for an acupuncture study for spinal cord injuries.

In addition, Wenying has been an instructor and clinic supervisor at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is also a FABORM Fellow to the American Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Dr. Lin has dedicated her life's work to helping women with female health issues. She used Chinese medicine to help her own female problems in her early twenties, and from that experience, has a great understanding of treating many common female issues with Chinese medicine and acupuncture. She enjoys working in conjunction with a few local infertility clinics.

Dr. Lin has practiced Qi Gong and Taichi since her medical school training in China, and believes that changing the internal energy is very fundamental to health.

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Sleep medicine and Medicine

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