(PRWEB) January 29, 2018
Chinese Acupuncture experts and authors of the highly rated book, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture, Drs. Jason and Linda Hao are changing patients’ lives who suffer from a variety of neurological disorders through Neuroacupuncture.
A stroke patient with aphasia was able to sing again; another stroke patient with a paralyzed arm and hand was able to play guitar again; a 12-year-old cerebral palsy girl was able to move her paralyzed arm, hand, and foot after only two Neuroacupuncture treatments; A six-year-old boy with speech and movement issues was able to talk and run like a normal child after only one Neuroacupuncture treatment; and a post-concussion and disabled man with severe headaches, fatigue, double vision, vertigo, and loss of balance was able to return to his role as a Pastor in his church after only four treatments. Patient success stories are endless – these are only some of the remarkable results that happen at Hao’s Acupuncture Clinic every week. As word has spread about patient outcomes, people now travel from all over the United States and the world seeking treatment in the Hao’s New Mexico clinic.
These and many other similar patient successes were reported by KFOX 14, a Fox TV affiliate on February 6, 2017 including a country music legend Randy Travis who suffered a massive stroke and underwent brain surgeries that reportedly left him with little hope of surviving. Travis was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame was able to stand at the podium and sing “Amazing Grace” after successful treatments by Dr. Haos.
“We frequently treat patients with stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, complex regional pain, and phantom pain. In recent years, we have seen tremendous success in treating autism,” commented Dr. Jason Hao.
Neuroacupuncture is a contemporary technique integrating traditional Chinese needling methods with Western neuro-anatomy, neurology, and neuroscience. An emerging field, Neuroacupuncture provides an integrative medical approach to addressing debilitating disorders.
“We’ve seen significant improvement in our patients after just a few treatments. Oftentimes the results are so significant that it leaves people in disbelief. Because the results are so striking, and there is much skepticism about the use of a few needles to impact someone’s life so dramatically, we document the treatments on film. We are working to overcome the skepticism and lack of awareness that acupuncture can be used for something other than pain,” noted Dr. Jason Hao. “In fact, it is a viable option for addressing many health issues,” he added.
Supported by a group of experts, friends and colleagues, the Haos launched the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute (NAI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, with the goal that they could train more medical professionals to help more people, raise the public awareness and raise funds to cure those who can’t afford the treatments. Ultimately, they hope that one day the Institute will evolve into the first Neuroacupuncture Wellness Rehab Center and Hospital in the United States.
“The treatment we provide changes people’s lives, but we cannot meet the demand. It is our heart’s desire to educate others with the knowledge we have perfected so more people and their families can be helped,” the President of NAI, Jason Hao added.
“It is a dream come true for us, to share our knowledge with so many practitioners,” noted Dr. Linda Hao. We have worked many years, treated thousands of patients, and offered workshops around the world.”
Already, NAI has trained over 90 acupuncturists across the US and Canada. More classes are scheduled for 2018. Interest in learning the skill by practitioners beyond the United States has compounded since announcing the first training programs earlier this year.
Practitioners who completed the training offer rave reviews. “I was already impressed with what I learned while I was at the training. I've been even more impressed once I got back to my clinic. I immediately used Neuroacupuncture on more than 20 people. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive,” noted acupuncturist Stephen Corsale.
“I have been to many good Acupuncture trainings, but feel this one is the most valuable I have ever attended. The numerous patient demonstrations really showcased the Doctors’ extensive experience, and their consistent results. A severely autistic 10-year-old boy, after one treatment, engaged with his parents and counted to 10; a middle-aged man with TBI whose year long headache disappear and he regained his sense of smell; and a grandmother whose tremors disappeared after treatment – were among the people whose lives changed before our eyes. Witnessing the dramatic improvements was incredibly inspiring and undeniably illustrated the results that can be achieved through the application of Neuroacupuncture,” boasted acupuncturist Chris Neal.
Public donations are vital to sustain the on-going Neuroacupuncture trainings and public education and awareness programs. “Phase I is to get the training programs well established with numerous practitioners documenting case studies,” notes NAI’s Executive Director, Tammy Stocker. “Phase II will include research, clinical trials, and clinical internships. The Neuroacupuncture Hospital is on the horizon with the hope of fulfilling the Hao’s dream within the next five to seven years,” she added. “I’ve seen first-hand the positive outcomes from Neuroacupuncture treatment – an answer that needs to be available to anyone who suffers from central nervous system disorders. Neuroacupuncture works! Everybody knows somebody who needs a treatment,” she added.
For more information about the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute, or to make a donation, visit http://www.NeuroAcupunctureInstitute.org and tune in to this GDTV Special Report: Natural Healing Discoveries - Neuro Acupuncture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_Gg4QEf6dE
About Jason Jishun Hao, DOM, MTCM, MBA
Dr. Jason Jishun Hao, President of the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute, specializes in Neuroacupuncture for the treatment of stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, complex regional pain, phantom pain, and ataxia. He is the co-author of the book, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture and has been teaching, practicing and researching acupuncture Chinese medicine for thirty-four years. He has trained hundreds of acupuncture practitioners and treated thousands of patients with disorders of the central nervous system in the United States, Canada, Australia, Dubai, and Europe including seminars sponsored by UCLA and Stanford for twelve years. In 2006, Dr. Hao gave a Neuroacupuncture seminar at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC where he successfully demonstrated Neuroacupuncture treatment for phantom limb pain for veterans. His case histories have been printed in the U.S. Army publication Stripes, in The Albuquerque Journal, in The Santa Fe New Mexican, in China Daily, in Alternative Therapies, and in Acupuncture Today. He was the former chairman of the acupuncture committee in the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (NCCAOM), and the former president of the board of directors at Southwest Acupuncture College. A sampling of Dr. Jason Hao’s work can be seen in this short documentary about the treatment of PTSD and Concussion.
About Linda Lingzhi Hao, DOM, Ph.D.
Dr. Linda Lingzhi Hao received her doctorate degree in acupuncture from Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China. Dr. Hao is the co-founder and Vice President of the International Academy of Scalp Acupuncture. Earlier in her professional career, she trained with Dr. Shunfa Jiao, the founder of Scalp Acupuncture. Dr. Hao is a successful practitioner of Neuroacupuncture and has a well-established practice in New Mexico, where she treats patients from all over the United States and abroad. She is the co-author of the book Chinese Scalp Acupuncture and has published articles in both the United States and China, including publications in Acupuncture Today