In January we hosted Dr. Jason Hao, President of the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute for his free webinar, Neuro-Acupuncture For Treating Difficult Neurological Disorders.
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About this webinar:
In this webinar, Dr. Hao introduces you to Neuro-Acupuncture and Chinese scalp acupuncture (CSA) through didactic material lecture and demonstration of techniques. The didactic material covers the anatomy and physiology of the brain and the scalp, in order to show the location and indications of scalp acupuncture points. This introduction contains many case studies from Dr. Hao’s clinical practice and seminars from over the last 30 + years.
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 is a modern innovation and development with just the last 40 year. 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.
Scalp acupuncture is systematic, logical, easy to understand, and relatively straightforward to practice. Chinese scalp acupuncture is more accessible, less expensive, entails less risk, can yield quicker responses, and causes fewer side effects than many Western treatments.
What You Will Learn:
- Understand the history, theory, and research of Chinese scalp acupuncture
- Learn Basic understanding of the locations, proper needling
- Clinical applications of each scalp acupuncture area
- How to help patients with the most challenging and difficult conditions
Who Should Watch:
- Practitioners and students looking to learn more about neuro-acupuncture
- Practitioners and students looking to learn more about Chinese scalp acupuncture
- Practitioner and students looking to add to their Treatment Tool Box
About Our Speaker:
Jason Jishun Hao received his bachelor and master degrees of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Heilongjiang University of TCM in Harbin, China in 1982 and 1987 respectively. He received his MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2004.
Dr. Hao has been practicing and researching scalp acupuncture for thirty-seven years and has been teaching classes and seminars in the USA and the West since 1989, including many cities in America, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Italy, Denmark, Dubai. Many America newspapers, journals, televisions reported his successful cases and stories in past 32 years.
He has trained hundreds of acupuncture practitioners and treated thousands of patients with disorders of the central nervous system. He specializes in treating neurological disorders, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, cerebral palsy, autism, complex regional pain, and phantom pain. In the past 30 years, many American newspapers, journals, and television stations have reported his successful case histories. The military newspaper Stripes reported his successful treatment of phantom pain at Walter Reed Hospital in 2006.
Dr. Jason Hao currently serves as the president of the Neuro-acupuncture Institute in Santa Fe, where he has trained more than 300 practitioners to specialize in neuro-acupuncture. Jason Hao is editor in chief and translator in chief for the book “ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION” published by World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. He was former chairman of the Acupuncture Committee in the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States. He is a former president of the Board of Directors at Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe. Jason Hao is the co-author of the book, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture. Doug Dearth has just released a documentary film “RETURN TO LIFE” on Jason Hao and his wife Linda Hao.