Rekindling health in South Orange and Maplewood, NJ since 2005
Welcome to Phoenix Acupuncture, conveniently located on the corner of Irvington and Linsey Avenue in South Orange, New Jersey. Here, our practitioners know that Chinese medicine is not just about about getting rid of your pain: it’s about having vibrant health free from medications. It’s about enjoying the simple joy of playing with your children without feeling wiped out! Our mission is to help our patients accomplish their health goals in a painless, compassionate, and efficient way.
We aim to educate our patients in a safe environment while offering them necessary comprehensive care. We understand that many people have anxiety about acupuncture, so we created a soothing environment and a scheduling system that never keeps you waiting long. By combining the latest technology with traditional techniques, we give our patients the best care in the area.
Jason Neff, L.Ac - Director
Jason fell in love with oriental traditions early in life studying Martial Arts and reading the Tao Te Ching. After graduating from Hofstra University with a B.S. in Design, Jason joined the world of advertising and rapidly started to develop various unexplained auto-immune symptoms, such as raynaud’s disorder, uveitis, and various stomach pains. Searching for a solution that didn’t involve medication he took his first qigong class. That first class lead him to all the healing modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine and fueled his desire to learn and share the practices with others.
Jason graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicinein New York City where he studied acupuncture, chinese herbology, tuina (a form of asian body work) and chinese dietary therapy. He is Board Certified nationally by the NCCAOM in acupuncture and herbal medicine (Dipl. O.M.) He is a certified Qigong Meridian Therapist.
In addition to his traditional education, Jason also completed a four-year Classical Taoist Apprenticeship.
Currently, Jason is on the faculty of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (NYC). He also frequently lectures to the public about about classical traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and natural self-healing.