News & Updates
Discounted Herbal Therapy
I am seeing patients on Zoom for herbal consultations and basic medical advice. Right now I am able to offer $40 discounts for all follow-up appointments for herbal consultations. The initial appointment is still $90. If you are used to getting acupuncture please consider herbal therapy; I am able to address many systemic problems, such as allergies, fatigue, pain, digestive irregularities, fertitility and Gyn, weight gain and metabolism issues, skin problems, and immune problems.
I'm Open for Business
I have opened the office for acupuncture treatment on a somewhat limited basis.
If you would like a treatment please see the Covid treatment page linked below. If you fill out all the forms we can schedule an appointment very smoothly.
"It is my goal to provide the highest level of care that addresses the emotional, physical and mental health of each patient. This can only be done by combining the wisdom of this ancient art with the latest research in the field."
Since 2002, Jeff Matrician has been licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to practice Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. He was also nationally certified by the NCCAOM in 2002. He holds a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture.
In addition to seeing patients at his private practice in Watertown, in 2004 Jeff started the acupuncture practice at the Wellness Center at Harvard University Health Services a practice only open to the Harvard community.
Jeff received his first exposure to Chinese Medicine through his grandmother, whose knowledge of folk medicine made a deep impression on him. He is a 1998 graduate of Wesleyan University with a B.A. in East Asian Studies. Jeff started studying Taichi with Gin Soon Chu, the 2nd disciple of Yang Shou Zhong in 1999. He is indebted to Gin Soon Chu's sons Vincent and Gordon, who continue to teach.
Before studying acupuncture, Jeff worked overseas at Nanjing University, and for the Japanese Ministry of Education.
Jeff was faculty at the New England School of Acupuncture from 2002 to 2013 and also has taught Taichi at various sites around Boston.