Jason's approach is working with each patient as a unique individual. Through careful differential diagnosis, he works to find the best and most effective treatment for that particular person.

He treats a wide variety of issues such as pain (both musculoskeletal and otherwise), gynecological, digestive, respiratory (including common colds, allergies, etc), sleep, and other internal medicine disorders.

Jason focuses on the simplest possible solutions to the most complicated problems and enjoys working with complex cases.

While his focus is acupuncture and herbal medicine, he employs other modalities from the rich and diverse tradition of Chinese medicine:

  • Qi Gong / Nei Gong

  • Movement and Rehabilitation Exercises

  • Breathing / Meditation

  • Tui Na Bodywork

  • Moxibustion

  • Nutritional advice

Jason is flexible in his approach, working with and listening to the patient. He pays heed to their health goals, their lifestyle, including sports and other activities they engage in. He does not believe in a "one size fits all" approach, but rather in finding what will work best with each particular person he treats.

Jason has had a lifelong interest in Chinese subjects. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Chinese Studies with a focus on classical Chinese language & literature. He went to receive both a Master's and Doctoral degree in Chinese Medicine. In addition to his work as a private practitioner since 2002, he currently teaches Chinese medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. In the past, he has been a staff acupuncturist at both Lutheran Hospital in Brooklyn and the Manhattan VA.

Dr Ginsberg sees patients by appointment on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
from 7AM to 8pm

  • House calls / home visits are also available by appointment

  • Patient appointments via Skype or FaceTime available for:

    • Herbal consultation

    • Instruction in qigong and corrective exercises

  • Student / practitioner appointments available for:

    • Instruction in Chinese medicine

    • Reading classical Chinese language medical texts or cultural works