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Nov 13

Dr. Jason Hao

JasonHaoDr. Jason Hao is a very successful acupuncturist and educator in New Mexico, US. Dr. Hao has practiced Chinese scalp acupuncture for few decades. You can find his information on his website http://www.scalpacupuncture.info.

Dr. Hao’s young patients have built a Facebook group to help other patients. The Facebook group is called “Hao’s Pin Heads”. There are updates of the latest miracles happened in Dr. Hao’s clinics.

Dr. Hao’s patients also started The Brain & Neurological Treatment Foundation to further support Dr. Hao’s scalp acupuncture in treating patients with brain and neurological disorders.

Here are some Dr. Hao’s articles about scalp acupuncture:

“Scalp acupuncture treatment for MS has had much success in reducing numbness and pain, decreasing spasms, improving weakness and paralysis of limbs and improving balance. Many patients also have reported that their bladder and bowel control, fatigue and overall sense of well-being significantly improved after treatment. Recent studies have shown that scalp acupuncture could be a very effective modality in controlling MS. Scalp acupuncture often produces remarkable results after just a few needles are inserted. It usually relieves symptoms immediately, and sometimes only takes several minutes to achieve remarkable results.” — Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis by Scalp Acupuncture (Acupuncture Today)

“Although there certainly are other acupuncture techniques that can be effective, such as ear acupuncture and body acupuncture, scalp acupuncture is a more effective model that brings out quicker, often immediate pain relief. In a recent investigation, scalp acupuncture was applied to treat seven patients with limb pains at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., from Feb. 11-12, 2006. After only one treatment for each patient, three of the seven patients instantly felt pain relief and showed significant improvement (43 percent), three patients showed some improvement (43 percent), and only one patient showed no improvement (16 percent), yielding a total effective rate of 86 percent.” — The Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain by Scalp Acupuncture (Acupuncture Today)