Videos above have been provided to us by our friend, Ula Tinsley. It depicts her son's journey and improvement across multiple Neuro-Acupuncture treatments last year on their visit to New Mexico, specifically to visit and have Michael treated by Dr. Hao and Dr. Pai. For more information about the Tinsleys, we encourage you to visit their website and blog which can be found at
Dr. Pai is specialty trained through with Medical Acupuncture and Neuro-Acupuncture through Stanford University School of Medicine and Dr. Jason Hao. Dr. Pai is the Vice President of the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute, a non-profit organization focusing on teaching healthcare providers neuro-acupuncture and conducting research on pain condition and neurological dysfunction such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and traumatic brain injury. Scalp Acupuncture gives dramatic results in the first treatment and every treatment thereafter. This specialty type of acupuncture is especially effective for the following conditions:
Stroke and Cerebral Palsy
Parkinson's, Chorea, MS
Depression, Anxiety, PTSD
Chronic Pain Conditions
Acupuncture is one of the main forms of treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the use of single use, sterilized small painless thin needles that are inserted into the body at very specific points. This process is believed to adjust and alter the body's energy flow into healthy patterns, and is used to treat a wide variety of illnesses and health conditions.
In the United States, most Doctors of Oriental Medicine (DOM) and L.Ac (Licensed Acupuncturists) are not trained in Scalp or Neuro-Acupuncture, although they may place needles on the scalp. Most patients experience a faster and more favorable response when receiving Neuro-Acupuncture and Medical Acupuncture versus standard Acupuncture alone.
February 16th is Officially New Mexico's "Jason and Linda Hao Day"
Jason and Linda Hao receiving their proclaimation from Mayor of Santa Fe.
Modern Day Miracles: The Curious Art of Neuro-Acupuncture
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