In this course, dive deeper into your understanding of neck pain, successful treatment with acupuncture, and learn tips to help patients achieve successful treatment outcomes. Key topics include the review of complex structures in the head and neck, identification of trigger points vs taut tender points, home care instructions for patients to maximize treatment outcomes, popular acupuncture points for neck pain, alternative modalities that are helpful in the treatment of neck pain, and more. A crucial course for acupuncture practitioners who see many patients for the common complaint of neck pain.
“#1” Guide on Acupuncture & Inducing Labor 6 Acupuncture CEUs/PDAs General Hours
In this acupuncture continuing education course, the acupuncture practitioner can expect to learn about the benefits of using acupuncture and TCM to induce labor. Noteworthy topics that are discussed include understanding labor induction from a western medicine perspective, TCM patterns for labor induction, acupuncture points used to induce labor, the benefits of pre-birth acupuncture treatments, dietary recommendations, herbs, and much more. Grow your knowledge on acupuncture for labor induction today with this informative course.
TCM for Allergies and the Common Cold 4 Acupuncture CEUs/PDAs
In this course, we will cover how Traditional Chinese medicine treats Allergies and the Common Cold. The provider will be able to review TCM patterns for allergies and colds, and improve their understanding of acupuncture points and herbal formulas to treat these conditions. Other topics include TCM diagnostic methods, auricular acupuncture, dietary and lifestyle recommendations for the common cold and allergies, facial diagnosis, moxibustion, and more.
Acupuncture for the Treatment of Anxiety
1 Acupuncture CEU/PDA
In this acupuncture continuing education course, discover the benefits of treating anxiety with acupuncture. Dive into the TCM patterns associated with anxiety, acupuncture points to treat these patterns, and learn to identify the tongue and pulse patterns to look for. Lastly, improve your knowledge on herbal formulas for anxiety and uncover additional treatment tips in ‘Acupuncture for the Treatment of Anxiety’.
This course will discuss key topics surrounding the chronic disease of diabetes. The provider can expect to learn about type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, symptoms, neurovascular complications, retinopathy, macular oedema, cataracts, treatment options, risk factors, and other long-term effects of this disease. Lastly, we highlight special herbs and plants that have been used and studied for improving blood sugar control. A great course for providers interested in learning more about diabetes.
In this acupuncture continuing education course, enhance your knowledge on viruses. The acupuncturist can expect to learn about the viruses we face today as a nation, virus mutation, universal safety precautions for virus prevention, personal protective equipment, infection control and monitoring, the world’s worst pandemics, vaccines, and much more. A critical course for acupuncture providers considering the current times.
A Basic Ethics Guide in Professional Boundaries
2 Acupuncture CEUs/PDAs
Laws & Rules
This course will shine light on the meaning behind professional boundaries and ethics when interacting with patients and staff. Due to the sometimes personal nature of the patient-provider relationship, this is a vital area of conversation so Acupuncture/TCM providers can respond appropriately to situations where professional boundaries may be crossed. Respect, communication, trust, and maintaining the highest level of professionalism with all patients and staff working within the practice will be considered in this course. Professional boundaries and social media, power differentials, professional integrity, sharing of personal information, and potential legal ramifications of unethical conduct with a patient are all discussed in detail.
Acupuncture Herbal Safety Part 2
2 Acupuncture CEUs/PDAs
Do you love herbs and want to learn more about them? For a great price, Acupuncture Herbal Safety Part 2 (2 PDA Points in the NCCAOM Safety Category) goes into more depth on the potential adverse effects of Chinese Herbs, their healing indications, and the management & storage of these herbs. An excellent Safety class for any practitioner using and prescribing patients herbs in their day to day practice.