Hilltop Family Acupuncture
THE BACK VITALITY PROGRAM
Real Relief from Low Back Pain
Our Amazing Chinese Medicine Doctors are available
Monday thru Friday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Click on a photo below to read about your Acupuncturists!
Michael Fitzgerald DAOM, L.Ac.
Michiko Marx L.Ac.
Dr. Heather Low DTCM, L.Ac.
Jessica Biedron L.Ac.
Kaitlin Shaner L.Ac.
Jason Frye L.Ac.
Liz Angiello L.Ac.
Magic, The Lab Assistant
What is Chinese Medicine good for?
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.
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.
Meet the Owner
Jason Frye L.Ac.
Jason Frye L.Ac. is a dedicated practitioner of Chinese Medicine, with an extensive background in various disciplines. His journey into Chinese Medicine began in 1998 when he rooted his life to the study of Tai Chi, Qigong, Acupressure, and Tui Na. Under the guidance of esteemed instructors such as Sifu Brian O'Dea, Simu Ou Yang Min, and Master Zi Sheng Wang, he dove head first into the practices of energy healing, meditation, martial arts, and Asian philosophy.
Inspired by this transformative period, Jason pursued his formal education at The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in Oakland, CA. After completing a rigorous four-year Master's program and passing the State Board Exam, he earned his license to practice Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2010.
Never one to rest, Jason has continued his quest for knowledge and growth after graduating. He has had the privilege of studying under esteemed teachers such as Dr. Ming Qing Zhu for Neuro-Acupuncture and Will Morris for Advanced Pulse Listening. Jason also maintained a steadfast connection with his mentor, Brian O'Dea, further expanding his expertise in Tai Chi, Qigong, Medicine, Philosophy, and Humanity.
From 2006 to 2012, Jason's thirst for wisdom led him to explore the profound teachings of the Dao De Jing, Yi Jing, Chinese Astrology, Daoist and Buddhist practices, and the Chinese Almanac under the guidance of Liu Ming. In 2012, he deepened his spiritual journey by studying with Lama Palden Drolma and the Sukhasiddhi Foundation. In the midst of this personal and professional growth, Jason embarked on the challenge of Ngondro practice alongside his wife. Three years later, they joyfully welcomed their daughter, Amelie Rose, into the world, bringing immeasurable happiness to their lives.
Currently, Jason and his family are reading, gardening, building, cooking, eating, and practicing the Tai Chi 5 Animal Exercises. They are dedicated to learning and growing together.
Throughout his career, Jason has shared his knowledge and expertise as a teacher. From 2001 to 2015, he served as an instructor at the Acupressure Institute and the McKinnon Body Therapy Center. Furthermore, from 2010 to 2020, he had the honor of teaching at The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences.
With over two decades of experience and a deep reservoir of wisdom, Jason is thrilled to offer his healing services at Hilltop Family Acupuncture. He warmly invites you to embark on a transformative healing journey, where you will receive exceptional care and benefit from the wealth of knowledge he has acquired over the years.