Jason Tutt


Registered Acupuncturist, Certified Gokavi Transverse Technique Practitioner

Patients like that I can relate to what they are going through because I’ve been dealing with chronic pain for over 10 years.

Graduated Acupuncture school in 2013. 

President of the CMAAC: BC Chapter (2016-2018)

ATCMA Board of Directors and Executive Committee (2016-2018)

CTCMA Patient Relations Committee (2016-2018)

Stenberg College Program Advisor (2016-2017)

TCM Policy Development & Communications Committee (TCM PCC) for the CMAAC (2016)

Secretary Treasurer, Registrar: ARIABC (2015-2017)

Mentored by Dr.Andrew Taylor, Dr.TCM, R.Ac, RMT and Dr.Cynthia Gokavi MD

Special interest in Pain Management, Acupoint/Regeneration Injection Therapies, Biological Medicine.

Advanced Level training in Acupuncture, Acupoint Injection, Trigger Point Injection, Bone Pecking Injection, Ozone Injection, Pain Management, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Prolotherapy, Trigger Point Injection.

Jason is not only a practitioner of these therapies, but also as a patient helping overcome his own chronic pain that has been affecting him since 2005 due to injuries from weight lifting, slips and falls. Jason has had injuries in his back, shoulders, hips, neck and elbows and has had a remarkable improvement in them all and in some cases full resolution. If you want a practitioner that may be able to relate to what you are going through, Jason may be a good choice.

The evolution of Jason’s skills as a practitioner are mostly due to the close work he has done with Dr.Andrew Taylor, Dr.TCM, R.Ac, RMT where he received the majority of his injection training and was asked to become part of the team at Advanced Healing Arts. Jason is a regular reviewer of research papers, continuing education courses and a lifetime student of various experienced mentors helping him improve his skills constantly to provide the best care to his patients.

Consider Jason for help with the following conditions;

  • Myofascial pain syndrome (trigger points, tight muscles)
  • Neuropathic pain or radiculopathy
  • Sciatica, trigeminal neuralgia, numbness or tingling in fingers or toes, other nerve pains
  • Partial thickness tears in tendons or ligaments
  • Knee or hip osteoarthritis
  • Herniated discs
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation of tendons and ligaments
  • Sprains or strains that did not fully heal
  • Shoulder dislocation rehabilitation
  • Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis)
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome

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