Jason started as an apprentice in his father’s clinic, and he has completed a degree of Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) at the NZ School of Acupuncture and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). Jason has learned in both traditional and modern methods. His passion is to help people become more healthy.
Jason is a third-generation acupuncturist and herbalist. His grandfather was a famous herbalist and acupuncturist in Kuching Malaysia. With Jason’s skills acquired over 20 years. He specialized in combining acupuncture with Chinese herbs and food therapy.
INTRODUCTION ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN & STRESS RELIEF
TCM Acupuncture for pain relief is Scientiﬁcally Researched and Evidence-Based! (1)
TCM acupuncture is different from other forms of Western acupuncture, as it integrates the understanding and experience of the channel, the circadian clock, the seasonal rhythm, and it holds the holographic views of the human body: every portion reflects the whole body and vice versa. It exams the functions of organ systems along the channel pathways and treats the whole body. It is generally safe and has low to no adverse events in the hand of a trained acupuncturist.
When your doctor can’t ﬁnd anything wrong after multiple checks and told you to go home and rest, what does that mean? Your doctor’s message is to let the body heal itself over time. Your life is safe and afﬁrmed by the modern medical system, but you may be still in great pain and stress. Now, this is the time that acupuncture may help you. Acupuncture has a focus on the balance of energy and well-being and is traditionally used for people even with chronic conditions.
A meta-analysis of 17,922 patients from randomized trials concluded, Acupuncture is effective for the treatment of chronic pain and is therefore a reasonable referral option. Significant differences between true and sham acupuncture indicate that acupuncture is more than a placebo.(2)
A follow-up study with this data looking at long-term pain relief, found that the benefits of acupuncture persisted 12 months after treatment ended. (3)
TCM acupuncture may be also used for stress relief and chronic inﬂammations. Other conditions that may be helped from acupuncture treatment included but not limited are: anxiety, depression, insomnia, post-traumatic syndrome disease(PTSD), withdrawal syndromes (when quitting drugs, smoking or alcohol), sinus, migraines, hay fever, rhinitis, arthritis, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
"Jason is the most knowledgeable and skilled acupuncturist I have ever experienced by far (and I have seen several over the years). He is also a herbalist and passionate about his work. He helped me hugely." Jaqueline
"Jason's attentive and professional approach to patient care has had excellent results for me. Lower back pain and general well being has greatly improved." Chris
"Superb, excellent, professional and effective. I had knee surgery in October which was not healing. Jason started treating me mid-January and within a couple of weeks, the pain was reduced and the knee was healing. I recommend Jason as a skilled and professional practitioner." Graeme
"Jason's treatment helped hugely and immediately for pain relief and speedy recovery after a back injury. He also helped me successfully quit smoking! I Can't thank him enough!" Jo
2. Vickers, A. J., Cronin, A. M., Maschino, A. C., Lewith, G., MacPherson, H., Foster, N. E., et al. (2012). Acupuncture for Chronic Pain. Archives of Internal Medicine, 172(19), 1444. https://doi.org/10.1001/archinternmed.2012.3654
3.MacPherson, H., Vertosick, E. A., Foster, N. E., Lewith, G., Linde, K., Sherman, K. J., et al. (2016). The persistence of the effects of acupuncture after a course of treatment. Pain, 1–22. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000747