Jordan Barber, M.S., D.Ac., L.Ac., L.M.T., Dip.Ac. (NCCAOM)

A life long student of Eastern and Western Philosophy, a clinician, educator, author, and entrepreneur.  Known for his no-nonsense approach to things and his rapid clinical results.  A traditionalist, but not a purist, he values results over theoretical dogma.

An avid entrepreneur, when he is not working, he spends most of his free time with his French Bulldog, Oscar.

Professional Curriculum Vitae


  • Doctor of Medicine in Acupuncture (2017) – IBAM Academy (Asia)
  • Master of Science in Acupuncture (2007) – New York College of Health Professions
  • Bachelor of Professional Studies, Health Science (2007) – New York College of Health Professions
  • Associate of Occupational Studies, Massage Therapy (2004) – New York College of Health Professions


  • Post Graduate, Acupuncture Orthopedics and Rehabilitative Medicine – Tristate College of Acupuncture
  • Kyo-Jung Physical Manipulation – Institute of Classical Asian Studies
  • Ayurvedic Life-Style Consultant – American Institute of Vedic Studies
  • Acupuncture for the Cancer Patient – Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Hunyuan Research Institute – Hunyuan Practitioner Diploma

Current Studies:

  • Founder of the OrthAcu Method – Ongoing development of the technique.


  • Licensed New York State Acupuncturist #3667
  • Licensed New York State Massage Therapist #18268

Past Positions:

  • Past President of ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York)
  • Past NY Representative to the CSA (Counsel of States, Acupuncture)
  • Past NY Representative to the ASA (American Society of Acupuncture)
  • Former Faculty at the New York College of Health Professions, Syosset NY

Traditional Training:

  • Yin Style BaGua Medical Tradition
    • Teacher:  Andrew Nuggent-Head DTCM(China)
    • One year via post graduate program.
  • Dragon Gate sect of Taoism (lóngménpài 龍門派)
    • Teacher: Zhong Yuenming (Stephen Jackowicz PhD)
    • Four years of training.
  • Theravāda Buddhism
    • Teacher: Maha Anik
    • One and a half years of training at Vajiradhammapadip Temple
  • Western Hermetic Traditions
    • Multiple western initiatory traditions
    • Eight years and currently on-going.


  •  A Pocket Guide to Pulses by Jackowicz and Barber, (2008)
    • Published by the Institute of Classical Asian Studies


  • Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY)