A Professional Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine




  
 
Program Modules 2018-19

    All Modules are held on
    Saturdays and Sundays

  Click on each module for
   a full course description


    Module 1: Introduction to
    Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
    Clean Needle Technique
    October 13-14


    Module 2: Meridian Theory I and II
    Point Location I and II
    Clean Needle Technique
    November 10-11


    Module 3: Auricular Acupuncture
    Needling Technique
    December 8-9


    Module 4: Therapeutic
    Instrumentation Acupuncture
    Diagnosis and Pattern Identification
    January 12-13


    Module 5: Differential Diagnosis
    Acupuncture Treatment
    February 9-10


    Module 6: Case Studies, Reviews,
    Coding and Reimbursement
    March 9-10


    Module 7: Review, Final, Written and
    Practical Examinations
    March 23-24

    Upon completion of the
    program,  the practitioner
    will be:

    Legally able to practice   
      Acupuncture in Connecticut   
     under the professional scope of   
     the applicants current health care
     license

    • Competent in the principles and  
      practice in the art, science and
      philosophy of acupuncture   
      application

    • Confident in the assessment and
      treatment of patients using  
      acupuncture and proficient in
      the use of appropriate adjunctive
      therapies

    • Informed of national standards  
      and ethics of the professional
      practice of Acupuncture and
      Oriental Medicine as set by the  
      National Certification   
     Commission on Acupuncture and
     Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)



    • Improve Patient Clinical  
     Outcomes

    • Manage Complex Cases

    • Obtain 45 CEU’s from an        
      Accredited Program
            National University of
      Health Sciences (Chiropractors)

    • Enhance Clinical and Diagnostic   
      Skills

    • Eligible for Board Certification  
     (NBCE) Chiropractors

    •Increase Patient Referrals

Disclaimer:  Please note this
course does not meet the
requirements in CT to become a
LAC, Liccensed Acupuncturist.
Completing this course does not
grant you the right to designate
yourself as a Licensed
Acupuncturist
, LAC.  A Licensed
Acupuncturist
must complete a
Masters Program in Acupuncture
by an accredited college program
and pass the national board
examination administered by the
NCCAOM.





Course Overview
Course Objectives
Benefits of Completion
Connecticut Acupuncture
Certification Program
2821 Old Dixwell Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518

Phone: 203-288-2821
Fax: 203-288-2854
www.CTAcupunctureCertification.com
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Principles and Practice of  
Acupuncture and Oriental
Medicine