Jason Hao, MBA


  • Practicing and researching Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Teaching classes and seminars since 1989
  • Specialized in scalp acupuncture
  • President at Neuroacupuncture Institute

Jason Jishun Hao received his bachelor and master degrees of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Heilongjiang University of TCM in Harbin, China in 1982 and 1987 respectively. He received his MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2004.

Dr. Hao has been practicing and researching traditional Chinese medicine for thirty-three years and has been teaching classes and seminars in the West since 1989. He has trained hundreds of acupuncture practitioners and treated thousands of patients with disorders of the central nervous system in the United States, Canada, Australia, Dubai, and Europe. He has taught scalp acupuncture seminars sponsored by UCLA and Stanford for twelve years. In 2006 Dr. Hao gave a scalp acupuncture seminar at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington DC where he successfully demonstrated scalp acupuncture treatment of phantom limb pain for veterans. His case histories have been printed in the U.S. Army publication Stripes, in Albuquerque Journal, in New Mexicans, in China Daily, and in Alternative Therapies.

Jason Hao currently serves as the president at Neuroacupuncture Institute. He was the former chairman of the acupuncture committee in the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), the former president of the board of directors at Southwest Acupuncture College. He is the author of the book, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture.