About Alan

Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. As a staunch advocate of practically based workshops, Alan draws upon his 30 years clinical experience and 19 years post and undergraduate teaching. Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 50 Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, Europe, and USA.

A Long Road (Volume II) | An Acupuncture Travelogue Authored by Edward Obaidey

A brilliant series on the clinical practice of Traditional Acupuncture: https://www.createspace.com/3651967 Now available and sure to be a source of inspiration for all serious practitioners of Traditional Acupuncture. Many thanks to all concerned in the publication of this wonderful series … [Read more...]

Acupuncture treatment for ADHD

This may not be the most sophisticated Acupuncture treatment but it sure is a step in the right direction. Positive press for Acupuncture is definitely gold. Thanks to all concerned! http://www.wkyc.com/news/article/266605/3/Acupuncture-used-in-treating-ADHD- … [Read more...]

Continuum Center for Health and Healing

Great to see Eastern and Western medicine working together under the one roof. Love your work and all the best! Continuum Center for Health and Healing 245 Fifth Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10016 Expansion and Medical Fitness Program Located in the heart of New York City, the Continuum Center … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture for Lower Back Pain in Prague.

You are welcome to check out this short Video about Acupuncture for Lower back pain. From Japanese Acupuncture workshop in Prague. The full video tutorials are available on http:www.worldacupuncture.com All the best in practice and life, Alan J. … [Read more...]

Moxibustion in Japanese Acupuncture

Japanese Acupuncture approaches moxibustion very differently to orthodox TCM. In this short video Adam talks about the application of Chinetskyu or Heat perception Platform Moxibustion. A little controversial and definitely entertaining Adam on Chinetskyu Moxibustion … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture/Meridian Therapy Workshop, San Francisco

Power of the Classics, Liver Deficiency Syndrome Presented by Edward Obaidey Convened by the International Acupuncture Network. In March this year I was privileged to attend this excellent Japanese Acupuncture/Meridian Therapy workshop. Sadly, Masakazu Ikeda sensei was unable to present this year, … [Read more...]

What you might not but perhaps should know about Japanese Acupuncture

I really want to communicate to you the diversity of Japanese acupuncture treatment. Many patients are under the mistaken impression that acupuncture is only good for relieving pain, musculoskeletal problems and fertility treatments. I would just like to recount 5 short case histories to help … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and Safe Ondan Moxibustion

In Japanese Acupuncture we often use Ondan rather than crude moxa for needle head moxibustion. Using tape to stabilize the protective cardboard guards is essential in many situations as clearly demonstrated in the images below. … [Read more...]

Military Pokes Holes In Acupuncture Skeptics’ Theory

I am liking where the US military is heading with this. Great article, hope you enjoy! February 16, 2012 from WPLN In a fluorescent-lit exam room, Col. Rochelle Wasserman sticks ballpoint-size pins in the ears of Sgt. Rick Remalia. Remalia broke his back, hip and pelvis during a rollover caused by a … [Read more...]

Masakazu Ikeda Sensei – San Francisco – 2012

POWER OF THE CLASSICS Mr. Ikeda will spend the first day reviewing the foundation of Meridian Therapy and how it is used within Traditional Japanese Medicine. It is important to learn the basics deeply in order to build a stronger, deeper foundation on which to build your more advanced knowledge … [Read more...]