Hi, I am Qiaoli Lei!

A 5th generation licensed acupuncturist and herbologist trained in China. I specialize in pain management, infertility, GI disorder, cancer care, depression, and stroke rehabilitation and much more…

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…with appreciation for all of the special attention and care.

Ashley Judd
Ashley JuddActress

Thank you for your care and kindness. You are a very special person. Keep Smiling.

Grover EvansPara-Olympian MedalistKARK news story
Little Rock A Listhttp://littlerock.cityvoter.com/

Acupuncture has benefited my career. Thank you Qiaoli Lei!

Randy LivingstonChicago Bulls

QiaoLi has helped me with so much. She is great!!

Micki Smith

Qiaoli Lei’s skill and intuitiveness has helped me become healthier. She provides a safe and pleasant environment promoting balance and harmony.

Thank you Qiaoli.

Lillian DAttorney and Banker, Little Rock

I have suffered migraine headaches for about 20 years. For the past 10 years I experienced at least one migraine per week. I had tried every preventative measure that was available in main stream medicine, including relaxation therapy with a psychologist. One day a friend of mine suggested acupuncture. So on a whim, I made an appointment with Qiaoli. I am so glad I did. I have been virtually headache free for a year now. I feel better and am able to function normally without the worry of a migraine ruining my day.

Marilyn Eagan

Thank you very much for helping remove the pain from my shoulder and arm! And, now, you’ve helped with my chronically painful knee (the knee that one doctor wants to replace). You may be a miracle worker! I was amazed that “being stuck with pins” didn’t hurt! But, it helps – and did so immediately. I’m telling everyone I know about you and how much you’ve helped me.

Thank you, again!


In 1998 I was undergoing chemotherapy and experiencing many negative side effects.  A friend took me to QiaoLi Lei for acupuncture treatment.  I was pleased when many of my symptoms disappeared or were alleviated under her care, which continued to be helpful long after the chemotherapy ended.

Unfortunately, in 2005, I again had to undergo chemotherapy with even worse results.  Due to a repressed immune system, my body became covered with open sores that two specialists and my family practitioner were unable to help over a period of 3 months.  The itching was so intense that I could only sleep for an hour or two at a time. 

Following a treatment by QiaoLi Lei, I became aware that the intense itching I had been experiencing from the lesions were abating rapidly.  The lesions that had been red and inflamed, turned pitch black.  The change was so rapid and startling that I called Qiaoli into the room.  She simply looked at my legs and said, “Good.  It’s working.”  The rash disappeared in a matter of days!

Today, I am 73 years old and visit QiaoLi as often as I can.  When she asks what I need, I always say, “Give me Qi, please!”  The energy she imports with her needles continues for at least two weeks.  

Fay W.Little Rock, AR

I have been a student of mind/body medicine for most of my adult life, and have had remarkable results with acupuncture.   QiaoLi Lei continues to impress me with her outstanding skills.  Her intuitive ability to accurately diagnose and assist the body in its own capacity to fight off disease and heal is amazing.  Time and time again, QiaoliLei has been there for me.  She has helped me with neck pain, back pain, with complications after dental work, helped me through menopause, with hot flashes, and with insomnia.  When my mother passed away two years ago,  Qiaoli’s affectionate care helped lessen my grief and depression.  I consider  QiaoLi Lei a gift from God, and I feel blessed to know her and have her help.  We are most fortunate to have such a gifted healer in our community.

Suzie H.Little Rock, AR

After trying to get pregnant for a couple of years, we went to the fertility clinic.  I also decided to try acupuncture.  The month after Qiaoli Treated me, we got pregnant with our first child.

Megan H.Little Rock, AR

QiaoLi Lei’s acupuncture skills help my overall health.  We had been trying for 6 years to have a baby and after trying acupuncture we had twin girls!

G. Harris

First Time Patients

The most important thing about Chinese medicine is the to treat the whole body, the yin-yang.   First time patients receive an initial consultation to determine the source and develop a complete treatment plan of their problem.  Treatments can include:

  • Nutrition Consulting
  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese Herbs
  • Cupping
  • Electrical Stimulation
  • Moxibustion
  • Gwasha
  • Qigong

4 days ago

Shie Ji Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture

Qiaoli Lei, L.Ac. is on YouTube!
Check out her video that shows a clip (discussing Infertility and PCOS) from her lecture to graduating UAMS students yesterday as she has been invited to do every year for 15 years by invitation from the honorable Dr Allen Sherman, Ph.D. The students were fascinated by her and excited about the idea of combining Eastern and Western medicines.
#fertility #littlerockacupuncture #PCOS #naturalhealing #naturopath #alternativemedicine #chinesemedicine #acupuncture
youtu.be/MIKLQICGw6UFor 15 years, Qiaoli Lei, L.Ac. has been invited by Dr. Allen Sherman Ph.D. to lecture to senior UAMS students who are about to graduate and head into reside...
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Happy Chinese New Year!
Shie Ji Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture center got good news on the first two days of Chinese New Year. We will have three or more families’ dreams come true to have a baby. Congratulations! Qiaoli is so happy and enjoys working with them - they are so blessed! For those people who have same challenges, Spring season is a good time to address it with natural treatment. In 2017, Qiaoli had great success with IVF patients who used acupuncture and even those who sought alternative solutions first. She would like to suggest for those who have a history of miscarriage, or want to prevent miscarriage, Chinese medicine and acupuncture will be a good source to take care of the issue. It will help to balance your hormones and to reduce stress. Qiaoli has 35 years of excellenct experience taking care of fertility issues.

When you come to see Qiaoli, she will give you an evaluation with pulse and tongue diagnosis in order to decide which system is out of balance. After determining which system is out of balance, the next step is to treat it with acupuncture and herbs to restore yin and yang balance, which helps chi and promotes self healing powers. This will detox the body and harmonize the chi of all five of your systems — kidney, liver, heart, spleen, and lung. The result is a complete and natural healing of the entire body.
#yinyang #holisticcare #TCM #IVF
#littlerockacupuncture #infertility #miscarriages #naturecareforpregnant
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2 months ago

Shie Ji Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture

Please share this remedy with your friends and family!

Cold and flu season is upon us, so to recover faster, use herbs and herbal teas (like ginger dates tea, or radish and white parts of green onion with garlic and ginger), as well as the soup below. Acupuncture is also a quick way to detox and prevent these illnesses, in addition to bronchitis and pneumonia, by strengthening your immune system and chi. The flu is more prevalent this year(Fever/ Chills alternate, body ache , cough, headache, extremely weak.....)so arm yourself with these natural remedies. #pnuemonia #flu #cold #naturalhealing #chroniccough #sinusinfection #acupuncture #preventativecareIt is winter! Over the past 18 years in Little Rock, Qiaoli Lei L.Ac. has helped hundreds of people for cold or flu (not to mention allergy season) with symptoms of cough, fever, bronchitis, asthma, sore throat, body pain, sinus infection, fatigue, headache... If you have these symptoms, the best way to take care of it is the following:
1. Drink 5-8 cups of hot or warm water per day.
2. Take Vitamin C which will boost immune system.
3. Use herbs: Dandelion and yinchiao Jie du pian to fight virus and inflammation.
4. Pear Apricot soup: one Asian pear, 5-10 (no more) pieces Chinese apricot seed (can substitute with same amount of almonds), 5 red Chinese dates, few sugar crystals, and 3-4 cups of water. (You can add a few lotus seeds.) Put ingredients in a pot, slow cook for 30 minutes (or steam them). Drink the soup, eat the pear but do NOT eat the apricot seeds. This soup will help you to detox, tonify chi, clear and strengthen your lungs, remove mucus and get well soon.
5. You may also add what Qiaoli does with her patients by using an essential oil for opening lungs to ease breathing. She uses them on her mask and in a diffuser in her clinic but oils can be used topically or even internally depending on quality of oil.
For more care please contact Qiaoli. Acupuncture, Guasha and Cupping will finish the job for you.

Qiaoli L. Ac has 33 years experience in both Chinese medicine and Western medicine in United States and China. She is fifth generation practitioner and acupuncturist, licensed in AR. She has gained a reputation as Best Acupuncturist in AR and Little Rock in 2015. (See Arkansas Life magazine).
Please visit www. Littlerockacupuncture.com
#coldflu #bronchitis #chinesehealing #naturalhealing #cupping #Guasha #acupuncture #littlerockacupuncture
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To all : Happy New Year! It will be great year for your health, prosperity, joy, love and peace! #happynewyear #health #naturemedicine #joy ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

Shie Ji Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture

Golden flower , golden fruit in Qiaoli’s yard.
#mum #goldenfall #www.acupuncture.com
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