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Hilltop Family Acupuncture

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We have many outstanding Chinese Medicine Doctors available M-F 9:00AM - 7:00PM

(510) 717-6795

A Healthy Person Makes A Healthy Family And A Healthy Community

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Dr. Michael Fitzgerald DAOM, L.Ac.
Katie Wheeler Dubin L.Ac.
Dr. Heather Low DTCM, L.Ac.
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Jason Frye L.Ac.
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Dr. Jeannie Dairo DACM, L.Ac.
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Gregory Westbrook L.Ac.
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What is Chinese Medicine good for?

Why Naturopathy
Pain Relief

Acupuncture and Tui Na  are some of the best choices to get pain relief from acute injury or long term pain conditions.


One specialty of the Tui Na and Acupuncture I practice is recovery from  loss of vitality due to injury, illness, overwork,  and a busy life.

Immune System

Build a Naturally strong and healthy immune system to survive and thrive in flu season and throughout the year.


We can help you rehabilitate with Acupuncture, Acupressure, Herbs, Qigong Rehabilitation Exercises, and Nutrition.


Helping families conceive a child is something Chinese Medicine excels at. 


With Nutrition, Herbs, Acupressure, and Acupuncture, we can help you improve most digestive illnesses.




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Meet the Owner

Jason Frye L.Ac.

 ​I began studying Chinese Medicine in 1998 by learning Tai Chi, Qigong, Acupressure, and Tui Na. During this time I practiced Tai Chi and Qigong with Sifu Brian O'Dea, Simu Ou Yang Min,  and Master Zi Sheng Wang.  This was a special time and a personal healing  journey when I was able to practice 4-6 hours, or more, each day.  I learned a lot about energy healing, meditation, martial arts, and Asian philosophy during this time.  This lucky time period lead me to eventually attend The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in Oakland, CA.  After a 4 year Master's program and State Board Exam I became licensed to practice Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2010.  I have continued study since graduating with a number of teachers: Dr. Ming Qing Zhu for Neuro-Acupuncture, Advanced Pulse Listening with Will Morris, and I continued my study with Brian O’Dea in Tai Qi, Qigong, Medicine, Philosophy, Humanity, etc.  From 2006-2012, I studied the Dao De Jing, Yi Jing, Chinese Astrology, Daoist and Buddhist practices, and the Chinese Almanac with Liu Ming.  In 2012, I was fortunate enough to find Lama Palden Drolma and Sukhasiddhi Foundation.  My wife and I took on the challenge of Ngondro practice and 3 years later took on the challenge of having a child.  My daughter, Amelie Rose is the greatest joy!  Presently, we read, garden, build, cook, eat, practice Tai Chi 5 Animal Exercises, learn, and grow together.  Sifu Brian O'Dea continues to be a few steps ahead of me at every turn and I continue to study with him.  His knowledge, experience, and ability is constant inspiration to learn more so that I can at some point be able to see some of what he sees.  I feel blessed to be asked to teach at the Acupressure Institute and at McKinnon Body Therapy Center from 2001 until 2015.  I also am happy to be teaching at the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences since 2010 where I continue to grow as a practitioner and instructor. I am delighted to have a practice of Medicine to share and apply the things I have learned over the last 20+ years.  I hope you will go on a healing journey at Hilltop Family Acupuncture and receive great benefit from your treatments and the learning process here.

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Contact Info


(510) 717-6795

fax: (510) 788-6812

2970 Hilltop Mall Rd. Suite 104. Richmond, CA 94806

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