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Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Tour for April 2012 Approved by the NCCAOM for 30 Continuing Education Units


In conjunction with Zhejiang Chinese Medical University, the Integrative Healing Society will be offering an educational tour to Hangzhou, China from April 9 20, 2012.

The two-week event will offer students and professionals of Chinese medicine the opportunity to earn continuing education credits from the NCCAOM while studying in university hospitals. The curriculum consists of 30 hours of clinical observation and 20 hours of lectures. Participants may also choose to study acupuncture, Chinese herbs, or tuina.

For those who choose to study acupuncture they will observe various doctors treating upwards of 15 patients per hour. The acupuncture clinics move quickly and primarily treat patients with strokes, Bells palsy, neurological conditions, and spinal pain.

In the Chinese herbal medicine department participants can choose to study internal medicine, gynecology, or gastroenterology. The herbal medicine clinics also have high patient loads and it is not uncommon for students to witness over 30 people being treated per clinical round.

In addition to receiving education from Zhejiang Chinese Medical University the tour also includes accommodations, sight seeing events, and other tourist activities.

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 Chinese medicine
 acupuncture courses
 NCCAOM classes
 Chinese herbs

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