Texas Acupuncture CEU / PDA Requirements

Texas Acupuncture Continuing Education Requirements

ACE is an “Approved Provider” with the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners.
Provider Number: CAE00025
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Texas Board Approved CAE Courses, scroll below.

Acupuncturist Renewal Cycle: 

December 1, 2020 – November 30, 2022

Texas Acupuncturist Requirements:  

Acupuncturists are required to complete 34 hours of continuing education every 24 months.
The required CAE hours shall include the following core hours:
  • At least 8 hours shall be in general acupuncture therapies.    
  • At least 2 of the required hours in ethics and safety.    
  • At least 6 of the required hours shall be in herbology.    
  • At least 4 hours of biomedicine.    
  • No more than 4 hours that primarily relate to business practices or office administration.
Other Course Requirements:
  •  No more than a total of 16 hours per year completed under NCCAOM or provided outside the United States
  • At least 18 hours each year must be approved for credit by the Education Committee of the board, offered by approved providers, or approved for CAE for 3 years by another state  
The State of Texas accepts 16 CAEs of NCCAOM approved courses for acupuncture license renewal.  
Texas Acupuncture CEUs

Texas Acupuncture CAE Option 1 Course Package

Buy 32 CAEs, Get 2 CAEs Free!
Savings of $19.98.
Total $319.68

Texas option 1 package

Courses Included:

General Acupuncture

“#1 Acupuncture Guide” – Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, & Memory Loss
(10 CAEs)

Biomedicine Hours

4 CPR Tips – CPR for Acupuncturists
(4 CAEs)

Ethics Hours

Acupuncture Ethics Part 1
(2 CAEs)

Herbal Hours

“#1 Class” – 40 Most Potent & Magical Herbs
(16 CAEs)

Safety Hours

“3 Safety Lessons” – Acupuncture for Pediatrics

Texas Acupuncture CAE

“#1 – 12 Acupuncture Lessons” – Acupuncture & Medical Cannabis
8 Texas Acupuncture CAE

In this acupuncture continuing education live webinar, the endocannabinoid system will be explained and how it affects and controls the body. We will be discussing the receptors, endocannabinoid, phytocannabinoids, chemovars, and terpenes and how they contribute to the medicinal qualities of medical cannabis. There are many conditions that can be treated with acupuncture and medical cannabis, and this course will explain how to do that in a safe and effective manner. In addition, the acupuncture practitioner can expect to learn about the research behind the effectiveness of cannabis in treating these conditions.

Texas Acupuncture CEU Courses

Purchase a course individually.