Mary Jane Neumann, L.Ac.

Mary Jane Neumann, L.Ac. is an Illinois Licensed Acupuncturist, with board certification from the National Certification Commission for  Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  She currently teaches in the departments of Oriental Medicine and BioScience at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.  Mary Jane began her training at Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where she studied the fundamentals of Chinese medicine and Herbology.  She earned her M.S.  in Acupuncture from Tri-State College of Acupuncture, where she received honors.  Mary Jane has an M.S. in Basic Medical Science from Wayne State University School of Medicine .  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Michigan State University.  After graduating from Michigan State University, Mary Jane taught English in Japan, where she was introduced to the health benefits of acupuncture.  Mary Jane opened her first private acupuncture practice in Manhattan.  She has sinced moved with her family to Oak Park, IL where she currently maintains a private practice.

Mary Jane has developed a new acupressure product called HeadEase® as a drug free alternative for headaches.  HeadEase®  can be used easily to relieve head pain, including headaches, toothaches, earaches and TMJ syndrome.  It is a safe, natural, easy, effective, pill free alternative for the whole family.

Please see the HeadEase® website for more information:  headeaserings.com


Ginkgo, the oldest living species of tree in the world, has been used medicinally for almost 5,000 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  While the nuts of the tree were most commonly used to treat respiratory tract ailments, more recently ginkgo leaf extract has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, fatigue, tinnitus, and  memory loss.  In Japan, ginkgo is the very symbol of longevity and regeneration, and was the first tree to grow back in Hiroshima after the 1945 atom bomb attack.

ginkgo tree
ginkgo tree