Continuing Acupuncture Education

AOMA offers hundreds of hours of acupuncture continuing education every year. Typically these courses are approved for Texas, California, Florida, and NCCAOM.

Join us for our many continuing education events throughout the year! 

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Southwest Symposium

Southwest Symposium (SWS) has been an annual event held in Austin, TX, which provides informative and educational seminars for people in the health care profession. This conference brings together the diverse community of health care providers from fields across the spectrum. We are proud to provide acupuncturists, naturopaths, herbalists, and nurses with educational seminars from qualified and fascinating educators. Our presenters provide a truly engaging experience, which help our attendees deepen their knowledge of health and patient care, taking their practice to an even higher level of excellence. The presentations we offer for Southwest Symposium are always accredited through NCCAOM for continuing education credits.

SWS is not offered in 2019, but will be back in 2020 - stayed tuned for details!

Dates: 2020 To Be Determined

Introduction to Master Tung's Points & Treatment Methods

Dates: April 27th 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, April 28th 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: AOMA South Campus, Building E1

15  NCCAOM CEU's available!

About the Course:

There are few acupuncture methods that have as rapid and profound effect on the resolution of pain as Master Tung’s points. Tung's points and methods are used extensively, world wide, with rapid, consistent and lasting results, making this one of the most popular and widely used acupuncture systems available today. These acupuncture points and methods are relatively simple and easy to learn. The information contained in this seminar can be immediately applied in your practice, improving your outcomes and building you business.

This hands-on seminar will be focused primarily on the treatment of pain, beginning with an introduction to Image correspondence and Channel correspondence (commonly referred to as the Balance Method). These relationships are foundation pieces in Master Tung’s Distal treatment methodologies . The remainder of the weekend will be focused on learning the location, indications and application of the most commonly used points in Master Tung’s point system.

Come learn from Elizabeth Fordyce, LAc, who has 25+ years of clinical experience.

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Tackling Trauma via Art and Acupressure

Dates: May 11th 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: AOMA South Campus

6 NCCAOM CEU's available!

About the Course:

Pam Ferguson has taught trauma workshops across Europe from Belfast to Vienna. Using simple Qi exercises to help resolve whiplash as a useful and safe role model, Pam helps participants reconstruct traumatic road, cycling or sports accidents- or street attacks -or memories of civil war - using art and imagery, in a safe and structured way. The process prompts new assessment guidelines and acupressure techniques that can be integrated by LAcs, ABTS, LMTs,MDs, RNs, Physical and Occupational Therapists, especially those dealing with issues of trauma and PTSD in clients, veterans and civilians. Participants are encouraged to wear loose comfortable clothing, and to bring pens or pencils in assorted colors, toy cars, props, and drawing pads.

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