About a hundred people in Las Cruces are traveling to Albuquerque on a regular basis to seek what many are calling a “modern miracle.” These “miracles” are being produced by Dr. Linda Hao and Dr. Jason Hao, two Chinese immigrants who are practicing a relatively new form of acupuncture.
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Dr. Jason Hao will teach another Neuroacupuncture Level I virtual class on March 2021. Please visit our new website at www.neuroacupunctureinstitute.org for more information on this class.
Dr. Hao introduces CSA through didactic material, demonstration of techniques, and clinical experience for participants. Demonstration and hands-on segments cover needling technique and stimulation of needles on your classmates.
Seminar in Canada, May 2-3, 2015
Don’t miss early registration!
Dr. Jason Hao will be teaching a seminar in Edmonton, Alberta May 2-3, 2015 on Chinese scalp acupuncture for disorders of the central nervous system. For more information visit our education page.
Chinese scalp acupuncture (CSA) is a contemporary acupuncture technique integrating traditional Chinese needling methods with Western biomedical knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the cerebral cortex. Scalp acupuncture has been proven to be the most effective technique for treating acute and chronic central nervous system disorders. Scalp acupuncture often produces remarkable results with just a few needles and usually brings about immediate improvements.
Acupuncture has been used to prevent and treat disease in China for thousands of years. Scalp acupuncture, however, is a modern innovation and development with just 40 years of history. Scalp acupuncture is frequently used in the rehabilitation of paralysis due to stroke, multiple sclerosis, automobile accidents, and Parkinson’s disease. It is also used in pain management, especially that caused by the central nervous system, such as phantom pain, complex regional pain, and residual limb pain. It has been proven to have very effective results in treating PTSD, TBI, aphasia, ataxia, and Menière’s disease.
The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture designates this live activity for a maximum of 11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
HOTEL & SCHEDULE
February 15-16, 2014
The Westin Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport
4545 West John Carpenter Freeway
Call 800-598-1864 and ask for AAMA Workshop room rate of $95 (sgl/dbl)
(Available until Jan 15 — OR — when block sells out)
Use the Hotel’s online reservation system.
The schedule for the workshop* will be as follows:
Saturday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday 8:00 am – Noon
*There will be a 15 minute break each morning and afternoon and a one and hour a half luncheon break on Saturday (lunch is not included – participants are on their own for lunch).
Please don’t delay – secure your spot in this workshop by Jan. 15, 2014 and make a room reservation as soon as possible. Each participant is responsible for his or her own travel and hotel expenses. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
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JASON HAO, DOM: PIONEERING THE USE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TO TRANSFORM HEALING
Jason Hao, DOM, received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in China in 1982 and 1987, respectively, and received his master of business administration degree in 2004 from the University of Phoenix. He is president of the International Academy of Scalp Acupuncture, chairman of the Acupuncture Committee at the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and vice president of the Southwest Acupuncture College Board in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr Hao is a well-known professor and has been teaching, practicing, and researching acupuncture and treatment with Chinese herbs for 27 years at academic centers in both the United States and China. In 2006 Dr Hao was invited to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, and achieved remarkable results using scalp acupuncture to treat amputee veterans suffering from phantom pain. Dr Hao has published numerous articles and currently serves as an editor of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, a leading acupuncture journal in China. He is also an accomplished calligrapher and watercolorist whose works are featured at Galerie Esteban in Santa Fe.
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine (ATHM): Can you tell us a little bit about your background, including how you became interested in medicine and specifi cally acupuncture?
Dr Hao: I am from Harbin, in northeast China. I got a bachelor’s degree in 1982 and a master’s degree in 1987 from one of the best Chinese medicine universities, Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine. About 45 universities teach Chinese medicine in China, and only 6 of them are called universities; the others are called colleges. The university I attended was famous in China and the leader in teaching and research, especially for what I specialized in—scalp acupuncture. I received an excellent education and training there. I learned from a very famous professor in the scalp acupuncture fi eld, Shun Shentian. Another professor I learned a great deal from is Yu Zhishun. Dr Shun Shentian is still active and very busy.
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