Dr. Huan Ma comes from a long family line of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) doctors and completed his PhD in acupuncture and internal medicine at Tianjin University of TCM. He has served as the supervising physician at the Acupuncture and Chinese Affiliated Outpatient Clinic of Tianjin University and was a contributing author to Integration of TCM and Western Medicine Emergency and Practical Internal Medicine. He is a Diplomate of Acupuncture certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice. Dr. Ma is dedicated to teaching and developing acupuncture in America and has served as Associate Dean of Acupuncture Clinical Services at Northwestern Health Sciences University, where he still works as a full-time professor. Dr. Ma is a renowned specialist in pain management and in the treatment of the most difficult and complex of medical cases.
Tao Gong completed her bachelorís and masterís of acupuncture at Tianjin University of TCM. She was a staff physician at the Tianjin Internal Medicine Clinic and has served as a clinical supervisor and professor at Northwestern Health Sciences University, where she still works as a full-time professor. Dr. Gong has extensive clinical experience in treating gynecological issues and providing cosmetic acupuncture treatments. She is a Diplomate of Acupuncture certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice.
Ben Jacobson is a national board certified and licensed acupuncturist in the state of Minnesota as well as a Chinese medical massage (tuina) practitioner. Over a decade of practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ben has worked with a variety of people, including the MN Gophers and Vikings Football teams, Twin Cities Marathon Elite Runners, St. Paul Police, constituents of Park House, Salvation Army, and the Aliveness Project, and in-patient populations at Courage Center and Woodwind Hospital. During this time, Ben has come to focus on helping people manage and recover from pain, musculoskeletal injury, headaches and stress.
Ben earned his master's in acupuncture in 2009 from Northwestern Health Sciences University, at which time he also completed a study abroad program at Tian Jin TCM University in China. His previous schooling includes a BA in music from Vassar College, 1998, and a massage degree from CenterPoint School for Massage and Shiatsu, 2004.