A Basic Guide to Understanding Bell’s Palsy – 3 Acupuncture CEUs/PDAs
How does it work? Save time & finish your Acupuncture CEUs between patients, at home, or on the go. Read the material – Take the quiz.
Your course purchase includes: An online ACE account to access your courses Reading material 1 Quiz 1 Certificate of Completion
Acupuncture CEU/PDA Online
In this acupuncture continuing education course, the acupuncture provider will gain a deeper knowledge of this condition. Key topics to be discussed include the pathophysiology of Bell’s Palsy, signs and symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, and more. We additionally review beneficial activities and exercises that may help individuals with this condition.
NCCAOM Board Approved #1208 – AOM-BIO Florida Acupuncture Board Approved (50-19152) – Biomedical Sciences California Acupuncture Board Approved CEUs, Category I – CEP#1304 – California Board Approved 7/9/2021 through 6/8/2024 – CA licensees must complete this course before 6/8/2024 to receive CEU credit.
Texas Approved CAE (General) ACE reports your CEUs/PDAs to CE Broker & the NCCAOM.
CTCMPAO PDAs – Registered Acupuncturists can select their own Professional Development Activites (PDAs) CTCMA Acupuncture CE – Registered Acupuncturists can self-select their acupuncture CE hours. The College of Acupuncturists of Alberta – Registered Acupuncturists can self-select Continuing Competency Program activities (CCPs).