About Dr. Qijian Ye

Licenses and Certifications
Licensed Acupuncturist - License # 261 - State of Washington
Doctor of Oriental Medicine- License # 656-State of New Mexico
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine - Cert # 50301- National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental   
Medicine (NCCAOM www.nccaom.org )
CPR Certified - American Red Cross

About Amy Shi, L.Ac

I envision a community living in optimal health; a people in charge of their well-being and realizing their true
potential as empowered, balanced and healthy individuals.

I believe that we are each created perfect, whole and complete. Illness is a manifestation of the imbalance of our
emotional, spiritual and mental lives.  In a world in which so many people are experiencing physical, emotional
and mental illness, that idea may be hard to believe.  However, when we can see ourselves as a complete
individual that vision can give us a goal to work toward when, physically or emotionally, we are feeling anything
but complete.  By mentally focusing on health and well-being we can more easily reach and remain in that place.

Healing is not something that is done to someone, but rather something that is done by someone.  The body and
mind have tremendous power to improve one's physical condition.  Outside intervention by means of
acupuncture, herbs, nutrition or other modalities serves to assist the body's energy in finding its true inner

I view every patient as a unique individual expressing his or her own truth.  I care for each person in this way,
giving the individual attention he or she deserves.  When I work with my patients I consider myself a facilitator.  
By observing a patient and listening to the history of his/her condition I determine where the energetic imbalance
is.  I then draw upon my knowledge and experience in Chinese medicine to guide the patient's energy back to a
state of balance by means of Acupuncture, Moxa, Cupping, Gua Sha, Herbs or other modalities.  

Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Degree Awarded July 2005
Southwest Acupuncture College, Albuquerque, NM
This Masters course requires completion of 3045 hours in the seven branches of classical Oriental medicine:
acupuncture, herbal medicine, physical therapy, nutrition, exercise/breathing therapy, Western medical science,
and clinical education; 1095 of these hours is practical clinical experience.  The majority of training is
concentrated on acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.  

Licenses and Certifications
Licensed Acupuncturist - License # 2790 - State of Washington
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine -  Cert # 50901- National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental
Medicine (NCCAOM www.nccaom.org )
CPR Certified - American Red Cross
Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic
Dr. Qijian Ye has 29 years medical experience and was formerly a full professor at Southwest
Acupuncture College in Albuquerque New Mexico. Dr. Qijian Ye earned his medical degree in China in
1983 and then served as a surgeon. Now Dr. Ye has been a licensed Acupuncturist in Washington State
since 1995 and he is a nationally certified acupuncturist & herbalist as well. Dr. Ye is very happy to be a
licensed acupuncturist in U. S. so that he can help so many people with the unique combination of
excellent acupuncture & Chinese herbal skill and solid Western medical background. We are sure you will
discover this yourself and enjoy his services as well.

He believes quality care comes from doctors who dedicated their love in medicine. He practices this
medicine faithfully and wants to share this gift with his patients to help patients attain optimal health that
will meet their various needs and lifestyles. He really wants his patients to give him an opportunity for
sharing this amazing medicine to experience miracles and to enjoy the true life they deserve.