Licensed Acupuncturist CEU Courses
- All courses are Florida and NCCAOM approved.
- All courses are also California approved with the following exceptions: FL Laws and Rules (both 2 and 20 hour), Medical Errors, & Electro-Cancer Therapy.
- There are four courses which fulfill the bio-medical education requirement: 7 Reasons to Avoid Spine Surgery, Lab tests, Medical Imaging – Ionizing Radiation, & Medical imaging via Thermography.
7 Reasons to Avoid Spine Surgery (5 Hours)
This bio-medical science course provides a detailed understanding of the anatomy and physiology underlying back problems; with peer-reviewed proof that acupuncture and massage are preferable modes of treatment.
Acupuncture Works (5 Hours)
This course contains a breakthrough e-book entitled Acupuncture Works – the Proof, a compendium of 157 peer-reviewed research studies which have appeared in leading journals that document acupuncture’s effectiveness at treating over 50 diseases.
First, Do Not Harm: Electro-Cancer Therapy (8 Hours)
Based on the pioneering work of Doctors Yu-Ling Xin, Bjorn E.W. Nordenstrom, and Friederich Douwes. The statistics will amaze you. Includes very graphic photos of cancer cases, before and after treatment with electro-acupuncture therapy; cases that would otherwise be untreatable.
How To Use E-Stim with Acupuncture (5 Hours)
This course provides a basic understanding of how to use e-stim machines properly and the settings required to achieve maximum therapeutic effects for various ailments.
Introducing Essential Oils (5 Hours)
Essential oils can be understood to express best the spirit and intelligence of plants – most directly through the fragrance and taste bearing volatile molecules derived from their flowers or from the sap that flows through
Lab Tests: Urinalysis & Iodine Levels (8 Hours)
This course describes the simple, easy, and inexpensive protocol and rationale for iodine testing and use perhaps the single most effective way to improve your patients thyroid, breast and ovarian health and to boost the immune system overall. A must.
Medical Imaging: Ionizing Radiation and Human Health (10 Hours)
This course makes crystal clear the role of ionizing radiation (from nuclear power plants and weapons and especially from X-ray diagnostic imaging) as the essential co-factor in the creation of 50% of the cases of cancer and heart disease in the USA.
Medical Imaging Via Thermography (5 Hours)
This course fulfills Florida’s bio-medical sciences requirement. It teaches a breakthrough method of thermography diagnosis which is extremely inexpensive yet clinically most helpful. A “Eureka” discovery.
Miraculous Results (5 Hours)
This course teaches the underlying theory and techniques of using intradermal needles. You will learn new, practical, and surprisingly effective treatments for 26 different ailments, and you will develop vocabulary to talk about acupuncture with M.D.’s that will garner their respect and hopefully referrals.
Power of Acupuncture Points (5 Hours)
Anecdotal Testimony to the Efficacy of Acupuncture in Treating 30 Ailments, With point formulae and case histories.
Healing Herpes (Oral, Genital, and Shingles) with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (6 Hours)
Outbreaks of oral and genital herpes and attacks of herpes zoster (shingles) pose painful, embarrassing problems for those so afflicted, ailments Western medicine really does not have adequate ways to treat.
Overcoming Opioid Addictions with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (7 Hours)
We in the USA are faced with a horrendous epidemic of opioid addictions. In 2016 over 30,000 Americans died from this disease. The pity of this ongoing tragedy is that TCM offers some safe, inexpensive, and effective solutions to alleviate this crisis and to avoid unneeded human suffering
Biomagnetic Acupoint Therapy: Practice And Theory
The second edition of Biomagnetic Therapy – Practice and Theory is essentially how to apply magnetics to the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This edition also includes herbal protocols I have found to work with my magnet therapy.
Why Curcumin Is The World’s Most Used Herb
Wikipedia reports that Francis Galton, a 19 th century English statistician,”was a keen observer. In 1906, visiting a livestock fair, he stumbled upon an intriguing contest. An ox was on display, and the villagers were invited to guess the animal’s weight after it was slaughtered and dressed.
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