About Jack Radner

PICT0009Jack Radner began his study of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2000. He graduated in 2003 after studying and apprenticing with the many exceptional scholars and doctors at SIOM and in the larger Seattle medical community, and started a private practice across the Puget Sound, in Poulsbo, WA. After three years of practice, he moved to Wendell, MA and joined Sharon Weizenbaum and Jennifer Tongren at White Pine Healing Arts. Soon after, in 2007, he founded Amherst Community Acupuncture, the first low-cost community-style acupuncture practice in the Pioneer Valley, inspired by the folks at Working Class Acupuncture of Portland, OR. In 2007, he also began practicing acupuncture at the Specialty Clinic at UMASS Amherst Health Services. Both of these practices continue to be exciting and rewarding opportunities for service and professional growth.

Jack has studied, and practices a variety of Chinese and Japanese styles of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine, cranio-sacral therapy, and bodywork. He is committed to remaining a student of Chinese Medicine, always looking for opportunities to broaden and deepen his understanding of the medicine and his patients. He has most recently been continuing his study of Chinese herbal medicine with Dr. Huang Huang of Nan Jing, China, and Japanese Kampo with Nigel Dawes.

 

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Last Updated (Saturday, 12 June 2010 19:02)