The symposium started at 8:30 A.M. The opening ceremony was hosted by Dr. Chao An, Director of US Center for Chinese Medicine.Dr. Koubeissi and Dr.Baixiao Zhao, co-chairs of the symposium from China and US, made the opening remarks, and announced the founding of West-East Neurology Associates. The Maryland House Delegate Clarence Lam, expert of preventive medicine at Johns Hopkins University, attended the symposium and presented a congratulatory letter to the founding of West-East Neurology Associates. Twenty experts, including Neurological specialists, Traditional Chinese Medicine experts and acupuncturist have been engaged as honorable professors, and will contributes to the Western-TCM integrated treatment of neurological disorder patients at US Center for Chinese Medicine in the future.
Symposium on Neurology in Western Medicine and TCM between America and China, 2018
“Integration of the West and East, Focusing on Epilepsy”
Special Guest Speakers:
Baixo Zhao, MD
Jason Hao, MM, MBA, L,Ac.
William Davis Gaillard, MD
William H. Theodore, MD
Zhiwel Jing, MD
July 29-30, the American Chinese Medicine Center of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine held a high-level seminar on neurology of Chinese and Western medicine in Seattle, Neurology, When East Meet West, from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, famous western medicine in the United States Experts and scholars of the Department of Neurological Diseases, NIH, and the American Academy of Neuroacupuncture and Research jointly discussed the research progress and treatment experience of treating neurological diseases. Professor Hao Jishun, dean of the American Academy of Neuroacupuncture and the famous scalp expert, taught the application of scalp acupuncture in the treatment of nervous system diseases such as stroke, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and demonstrated on the spot that three people have cerebral palsy. Patients with Jinsen's disease, stroke sequelae. As NCCAOM Jiao Wangyi said earlier: "His lectures and live demonstrations will definitely bring you surprises!"
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Mayor Javier Gonzales Proclaims February 16, 2018 as Drs. Jason & Linda Hao Day
New Mexico Doctors Honored for Improving Quality of Life for People Suffering from Neurological Disorders
Santa Fe, NM, February 15, 2018
Chinese New Year is especially meaningful this year for two New Mexico doctors as Mayor Javier Gonzales proclaims Friday, February 16, 2018, Drs. Jason and Linda Hao Day in Santa Fe. Chinese Acupuncture experts, authors of the highly rated book, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture, and Founders of the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute, Drs. Hao are known for transforming patients’ lives.
Originally from Harbin, China, Dr. Jason Hao arrived in Santa Fe in 1992 to teach at Southwest Acupuncture College. His wife, Dr. Linda Hao, and their son David, followed. The Hao’s soon opened a private practice in Santa Fe where they began to treat patients for a variety of medical issues, with an emphasis on neurological disorders.
Now leading experts in the emerging field of Neuroacupuncture, the Hao’s learned from the early pioneers of scalp acupuncture at Heilongjiang University. Since then, they have dedicated their lives to further developing the contemporary technique by integrating traditional Chinese needling methods and scalp acupuncture with western knowledge of neurology. Drs. Hao have transformed the lives of thousands of patients who travel from across the US, Canada and from around the world to receive treatment.
“I am grateful for the Hao’s contributions to our community. There are people suffering from pain who many times feel there is no way to alleviate that pain or to find a cure. The Hao’s provide wonderful expertise in acupuncture and bring all the traditional techniques and medicine to people,” Mayor Javier Gonzales commented. read more
2017: The Year in Review
The Neuro-Acupuncture Institute was founded by Drs. Jason & Linda Hao, supported by a group of patients, colleagues, and dear friends who eventually became NAI's Board of Directors. Since becoming a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization in August 2015, NAI has been on a mission to make treatment more available by teaching acupuncture practitioners the art of neuroacupuncture.
NAI is dedicated to offering clinical training and treatment of neurological disorders in an integrative medical setting, with the intention of increasing public awareness about neuroacupuncture procedures and processes to promote education, training and research.
In 2017 ninety-four Acupuncture professionals Graduated from NAI's Comprehensive Training in Neuroacupuncture, Level I