Jack is best known for his breadth of knowledge and extensive experience in multiple traditions of Oriental Medicine, which he has seamlessly united through over thirty-eight years of clinical experience. He has this to say about the practice of Chinese medicine: "The whole person shows a fullness and texture that is unsurpassed in any other system of medicine. The power that this affords the practitioner of Oriental medicine is enriching, challenging, and inspiring; producing advancing levels of confidence and mastery." His guiding principle to unify the realms of the emotional, physical and spiritual inspires his practice of Chinese medicine and deepens the understanding his patients have for themselves. He clarifies and employs the link between disharmonies of the spirit with ailments of the body, as well as the body's display of disease through the emotions. All this he does with contagious enthusiasm and ready humor. His patients are the beneficiaries of his experience and approach.
Years In Practice51
EducationBachelors degree in Biochemistry from The University of Connecticut-1970 Licentiate, Bachelors and Masters degrees from the College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (UK)-1972-1979
I remember the mix of fascination and joy in Jackʻs voice when he saw me in the waiting room and could tell a migraine was in full bloom. What an opportunity! And, indeed, our session led to knowledge that led to the end of my suffering with migraine headache. Iʻve told the story dozens of times to encourage others to use acupuncture.
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