Welcome To Beijing Acupuncture Madison


Acupuncture Madison

Welcome to Bejing Acupuncture Madison Online offering an online herbal store, community forums, Chinese Medicine blog and direct comunication with our clinics Doctors who have been in the professional field for over 30 years.

The Beijing Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine clinics have been serving the greater Madison area since 1997. Providing both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine treatments. Working in the clinic are senior acupuncturists and Chinese herbal medicine physicians: Dr. Leaf Song and Dr. Jonathan Song.

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Leaf Herbals MadisonFor over 30 years Dr. Leaf Song has perfected her craft of Herbal Medicine. Beijing Acupuncture is proud to present the Leaf Herbal product line, available to both in-house patients and to our online web community.

If you have questions about a Leaf Herbal product, please, feel free to contact us or post a question in our community forums!

Leaf Herbal Product Line


  • Osteo Support
  • Energy Support
  • Energy Reviver
  • 5 Elements Detox
  • Digestion Z...
  • COUGHrelief
  • Cooling Heat #1
  • Back Pain Relief
  • Antiviral
  • Allergy Relief
  • Grapeseed Extract
  • ACNEcontrol
  • Sinus Formula
  • Shoulder Pain Relief
  • NeckPain Relief
  • MPSaway
  • LIPIDcontrol
  • Knee Pain Relief
  • Hip Pain Relief
  • Happy Zzzzz.....
  • Happy Bowel
  • Heart Fire Cleanse #2
  • Getting Acupuncture in Madison The doctors at Beijing Acupuncture have developed a special method to insure that even the most needle-shy individuals feel minimal sensation. Watch as Dr. Jonathan Song preforms acupuncture on this 15 month old baby. She hardly seems aware of the needles procedure at all.

    After the needles have been inserted, you may feel a heaviness, numbness or tingling. A feeling of deep heaviness or numbness, called “Deqi” (pronounced duh chee) means the treatment is working.

    Thinner needles, less pain


    New patients of Acupuncture are often surprised by how painless the procedure it is. You may feel a slight prick when the needle is inserted, but it is much less than the prick you feel during an injection or blood draw, this is because the needles are much thinner.

    These needles play a large role in the painlessness of acupuncture. The type of needle most commonly used in acupuncture, known as the “filiform” needle, is very thin and made of stainless steel. Unlike hypodermic needles, filiform needles are solid and don’t have cutting edges. The National Academy of Medical Acupuncture notes that filiform needles are less likely to cause bruising than hypodermic needles. Filiform acupuncture needles tend to range from .12 millimeters to .30 mm in diameter. They are smaller than typical hypodermic needles, which are usually around .80 mm.
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