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About Jody Eisemann: 
 
Jody Eisemann, L.Ac.
Jody Eisemann, L.Ac., NCCAOM, is a licensed acupuncturist with over 25 years in private practice. She has a private practice, a clinic and worked at Norwalk Hospital's Integrated Medical Department for 3 years. Recently she has become an adjunct professor at the Acupuncture Institute at the University of Bridgeport.

She has treated many varied health conditions over the years and specializes in treating all kinds of pain, chronic and acute. 

With her many years using acupuncture,  she has been privileged to treat many conditions successfully including migraines/headaches, fertility issues, depression, anxiety, colitis, menstrual problems and ADD.

Jody graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture and has an undergraduate degree from University of Rochester. 

She is the current vice president of the CT Society of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine  (www.csaom.org) and is licensed by the state of Connecticut in acupuncture and has NCCAOM national certification. 

She had studied for many years under Dr. Richard Tan from San Diego and uses his quick and highly effective techniques in her practice. She also had the good fortune to assist renowned Dr. Miriam Lee, the second acupuncturist licensed in the state of California. 

Jody was also lucky enough to work under Dr. Mike Smith at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, NY. Dr. Smith is the creator of the world renowned NADA ear acupuncture protocol now used around the world for stress, trauma and addiction.

Jody is a Connecticut native and was raised in Westport, CT. Formerly she worked in television production and has lived and travelled around the USA and aboard. She raised her son in Fairfield, CT.

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