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Enhance your understanding on the Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective of strokes. The acupuncture provider can expect to learn about the causes, signs, symptoms, and different types of stroke. A detailed description of acupuncture points and other complementary modalities to prevent and treat the symptoms associated with a stroke are also included. Complimentary modalities include bloodletting, moxibustion, and electrical stimulation. An important course for acupuncture providers who care for and treat patients who have had a stroke.
NCCAOM Board Approved #1208 – AOM-BIO, AOM-AC Florida Acupuncture Board Approved (50-19152) – General Hours California Acupuncture Board Approved CEUs, Category I – CEP#1304 – California Board Approved 7/9/2021 through 6/8/2023 – CA licensees must complete this course before 6/8/2023 to receive CEU credit.
Texas Approved CAE (11 Biomedicine & 4 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).