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  • Unlock the proven methods of acupuncture and holistic healing with our Masters of Science program in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM).(More…)
  • We call this curriculum “classical Chinese medicine because” it is based on medical texts of ancient China, including the Ling Shu, Su Wen, Nan Jing, Zhenjiu Dajing, Maijing, and Shang Han Lun.(More…)
  • Han University of Traditional Medicine?s teach-out agreement aims to protect the interests of students and faculty and to satisfy the requirements established for the school by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education and the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.(More…)
  • Before you use any traditional Chinese therapies, be sure to tell your medical doctor about any prescription, nonprescription, or other natural supplements you are taking.(More…)
  • Most U.S. states now offer licenses to practitioners who study for advanced degrees at the country’s numerous Eastern medicine schools.(More…)
  • In total, 175 modern Western medicine hospitals (a phrase used in China to designate hospitals that are based in Western or conventional therapies, distinguishing them from traditional and integrative hospitals) were sampled (105 rural and 70 urban); 7 had no admissions for AMI and 6 declined to participate, resulting in a final cohort of 162 hospitals.(More…)
  • Acupuncture performs specific functions in Traditional Chinese Medicine- It regulates the flow of Qi through the channels and Organs, removes blockages, strengthens the body?s protective nature and lessens the virulence of excesses.(More…)


  • Welcome to the University of East-West Medicine!(More…)



Unlock the proven methods of acupuncture and holistic healing with our Masters of Science program in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM). [1] The courses do not lead to a degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, nor can they be used for licensure, licensure recertification, or certification in TCM, Acupuncture, or Dry Needling. [2] The faculty teaching the TCM courses are experienced TCM clinicians and faculty from the prestigious Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as skilled practitioners from the United States. [2] The mission of the Master?s program in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of East-West Medicine is to train practitioners of Oriental medicine so they can be fully functioning licensed healthcare providers as part of the American healthcare system. [1] The University strives to graduate high quality practitioners who have a solid foundation in Western medicine, an in-depth understanding of traditional Chinese medicine theory, and refined applied clinical skills. [1]

We treat a wide variety of conditions and diseases using acupuncture, herbs, and other healing modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine. [3] Pursue an extensive 121-credit study of traditional Chinese medicine: acupuncture & moxibustion, Eastern dietary therapy, tui na, qi gong, and tai ji quan. [4]

As one the few nationally accredited acupuncture schools in the country dedicated to the study of classical Chinese medicine, the teachings at Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine are firmly rooted in the classic medical texts of ancient China and in early Taoist philosophy as expressed in the Tao Te Ching. [5]

We will have the introduction for the Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program, DAOM & Master of Science in Tai Chi, enrollment presentation begins at 2pm. [1] We offer the Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine in English and Mandarin (Korean may be available). [1] UEWM offers a solid education in Traditional Chinese Medicine with classes taught by highly experienced and knowledgeable instructors who believe in what they teach and enthusiastically assist students in learning. [1] The courses are intended to increase awareness and provide a basic understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine practices. [2] Augusta University’s Confucius Institute is the first in the world to be affiliated with a comprehensive academic health center and the first in the Western hemisphere with a focus on Traditional Chinese Medicine. [2] Professor Li Yang is a renowned master in Yijing and is also known for his Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Medical Heart Disease expertise. [1]

The Board of Directors of Han University of Traditional Medicine has approved a plan to cease operation as a Traditional Chinese Medicine School as of July 1, 2018. [6] At KCCIHS we offer a three-year acupuncture program, a three-year herbology program, a four-year practitioner of Chinese medicine program (including acupuncture and herbal medicine) as well as a five-year Doctor of traditional Chinese medicine program. [7] At Acupuncture and Massage College, students learning acupuncture are taught to appreciate both views and are equipped to treat “traditionalist” patients who have an appreciation for the rich culture Traditional Chinese Medicine as well “modernist” patients who prefer to view the ancient art in a scientific, modern manner. [8] In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture is the medical practice of treating pain and balancing the flow of energy or life force ( qi ) through meridians channels in the body by inserting extremely thin needles at strategic points, known as acupuncture points (acupoints). [8] In order to be able to practice Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in British Columbia, applicants must pass written and practical Pan-Canadian examinations in each area of practice. [7] The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of BC (CTCMA) is the self-governing body for practice in British Columbia. [7] CARB TCMPA is the national organization of provincial and territorial regulatory bodies that govern and monitor the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners, Acupuncturists and/or Herbologists. [7] We believe that a higher level of student engagement allows our graduates to become exceptional practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine. [9] The Chinese medicine program at KCCIHS re-integrates traditional Chinese medicine as taught in the People?s Republic with a pre-cultural revolution, 400 year-old family tradition. [7]

We call this curriculum “classical Chinese medicine because” it is based on medical texts of ancient China, including the Ling Shu, Su Wen, Nan Jing, Zhenjiu Dajing, Maijing, and Shang Han Lun. [5] Students will learn Chinese Medicine Theory, Acupuncture, Herbology, Tuina Massage, Tai-Chi, essential clinic practice, as well as Western Medicine principles. [1] Our degree programs prepare our students for a career in herbology, acupuncture therapeutics, and Chinese medicine. [3] Students choose our college for our rigorous master’s and doctoral degree programs in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. [3]

Earn your doctorate without a master’s prerequisite degree in our Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) program. [3] Chinese medicine does not treat disease, it treats individuals whose imbalances manifest in certain processes as the body attempts to regain balance. [5]

The Pan-Canadian examinations are the outcome of work done by regulators across Canada the Canadian Alliance of Regulatory Bodies for Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists (CARB TCMPA). [7] There are Chinese medicine schools all over the world teaching in virtually every language. [7] ACCHS, the third oldest TCM school in the U.S., remains one of the few colleges teaching classical Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, Tui Na and acupressure, moxibustion, herbology, and Taiji (tai-chi) meditation. [10] KCCIHS is one of only a few acupuncture schools in North America to offer this exposure to the Mandarin language and we feel it deepens each student’s understanding of the origins of Chinese medicine. [7] Choosing which school to attend for your Chinese medicine training is a big decision. [7]

For those students participating in UConn?s study abroad program in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), traveling halfway around the globe to take courses at Peking University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PKUSPS) in the capitol city of Beijing is invariably eye opening. [11] The United States accredits schools in traditional Chinese medicine, so a practitioner certified by an accredited school has had extensive training in traditional Chinese medicine. [12] The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of four schools at the California Institute of Integral Studies. [13] All medical schools are encouraged to teach traditional medicine as part of their curriculum, and efforts are made to link colleges of Chinese medicine with Western-type medical schools. [14]

Han University of Traditional Medicine?s teach-out agreement aims to protect the interests of students and faculty and to satisfy the requirements established for the school by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education and the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. [6]

Please join us at this wonderful Symposium, where we bring together exceptional national and international speakers, AOMA alumni, healthcare practitioners of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Naturopathic Physicians, Nurses and other healthcare providers interested in “the Spirit and Science of Integrative Medicine”. [15] There are seminars, workshops and websites for those people just wanting to learn a bit about acupuncture or Chinese medicine for their own knowledge. [7] KCCIHS is fortunate to have many high level instructors, from both Chinese medicine and biomedical backgrounds, including TCM practitioners, chiropractors, counsellors and Qi Gong masters. [7] There are three, four and five year programs training Chinese medicine professionals. [7] The Chinese medicine program at KCCIHS has graduates working in many different countries around the world, in several U.S. states and in all provinces of Canada. [7] The nature of learning a healing art like Chinese medicine requires a teacher on hand to guide a student. [7] At KCCIHS, our students are taught in English and also learn Mandarin relevant to Chinese medicine. [7]

They also love to learn about the Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) model of the body : Five Vital Substances ( Qi, Jing, She, Xue and Jin-ye), Zang-fu Organs, and Jing-Luo (meridians). [8] The two discovered they were kindred spirits as they envisioned a study abroad program that would expose American students to the centuries old practices of traditional Chinese medicine. [11] Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NJUCM) in collaboration with the Confucius Institute at Cleveland State University (CSU-CI) offers doctoral programs in traditional Chinese medicine (DAOM) and Chinese herbal medicine (PhD in Pharmacology). [16] UConn students on UConn’s Traditional Chinese Medicine exchange program visit the Forbidden City. [11] UConn 2018 Traditional Chinese Medicine students outside Peking University. [11] With this comprehensive grounding in traditional Chinese medicine, you’ll cover everything needed to pass your acupuncture certification and begin your new career path. [17] Because traditional Chinese medicine differs from Western medical practice in diagnosis and treatment methods, it is difficult to apply Western scientific standards to it. [12] Traditional Chinese medicine doctors may use several types of treatment to restore qi balance. [12] In traditional Chinese medicine, each person might receive a different treatment for the same illness depending on the person’s own qi and yin-yang balance. [12] Traditional Chinese medicine doctors look at the balance of body, mind, and spirit to determine how to restore qi, the yin-yang balance, and good health. [12] Traditional Chinese medicine focuses on maintaining the yin-yang balance to maintain health and prevent illness. [12] Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), system of medicine at least 23 centuries old that aims to prevent or heal disease by maintaining or restoring yinyang balance. [14] UConn Traditional Chinese Medicine students at the Summer Palace in Beijing. [11]

In China, doctors have practiced traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years, and it is gaining in popularity in many Western countries. [12] Some people use traditional Chinese medicine to treat problems such as asthma, allergies, and infertility. [12] Traditional Chinese medicine is a system of medicine partly based on the idea that an energy, called qi (say “chee”), flows along pathways in the body called meridians. [12] Another important concept in traditional Chinese medicine is the concept of yin and yang. [12]

The meditation exercises tai chi ( taijiquan ) and qigong (“discipline of the vital breath”) are examples of other integral features of traditional Chinese healing that have been incorporated into health and fitness programs to complement modern medicine. [14]

The main herbal medicine school is considered the Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Degree Program. [13] Like conventional medicines, traditional Chinese herbal medicines may also cause side effects, trigger allergic reactions, or interact with other prescription and nonprescription medicines or herbs. [12] As Western medicine gradually made deeper inroads in the country, some Chinese people began to believe that everything in Western medicine was scientific and good, and therefore better than the traditional medicine practiced in China. [14]

Ren J, Li X, Sun J, Han M, Yang GY, Li WY, Robinson N, Lewith G, Liu JP. Is traditional Chinese medicine recommended in Western medicine clinical practice guidelines in China? A systematic analysis. [18] Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine ( HUTCM, Chinese : ??????? H Zh?ngy?y du is a public university in Zhengzhou, Henan, China. [19] The use of traditional Chinese medicine to prevent and treat a broad range of conditions, including cardiovascular disease, is rapidly growing in China. [18] Amid national efforts to improve the quality of care for people with cardiovascular disease in China, the use of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is increasing, yet little is known about its use in the early management of acute myocardial infarction (AMI). [18] In a large, nationally representative study of acute myocardial infarction care in Western medicine hospitals throughout China, use of traditional Chinese medicine for acute myocardial infarction increased from 2001 to 2011, with over half of patients treated with intravenous formulations of traditional Chinese medicine in the first 24 hours of hospitalization. [18]

In addition to education requirements, students in the B.S. program can take courses in a variety of relevant topics, such as ayurvedic medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, homeopathy, herbology, detoxification, and acupuncture. [20] Dr. Dong Ji began his education in traditional Chinese medicine at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1991 and received his medical degree after a five-year program focused on both Chinese and Western clinical medicine. [21] Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), a treatment approach that evolved over centuries to prevent and treat disease, incorporates herbal medicines and mind-body practices and remains an integral part of the Chinese healthcare system. [18] Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as chi or qi (chee) — believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. [22] NEW YORK — When uninitiated Americans think of traditional Chinese medicine, their first thoughts might be of an elderly Asian man performing acupuncture behind a curtain, or someone’s grandmother dishing out a questionable concoction of pungent herbs. [23] A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain. [22] Nearly all hospitals in the study used traditional Chinese medicine in at least some patients although secondary care hospitals (versus tertiary care hospitals) were more likely to use traditional Chinese medicine. [18] Hospital characteristics associated with use of early intravenous traditional Chinese medicine in patients with acute myocardial infarction in 2011. [18] Traditional Chinese medicine is being used in Western medicine hospitals for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction although limited data are available about the types of traditional Chinese medicines used and whether they are used alone or as a complementary therapy. [18] Chinese guidelines for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction are closely aligned with the U.S. and European guidelines and do not discuss the use of traditional Chinese medicine. [18] Liu HX, Wang SR, Lei Y, Shang JJ. Characteristics and advantages of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction. [18] Duan WH, Lu F, Li LZ, Wang CL, Liu JG, Yang QN, Gu F, Zhang L, Shi DZ. Clinical efficacy of traditional Chinese medicine on acute myocardial infarction: a prospective cohort study. [18] Shang JJ, Shi H, Zhou Q, Gao W, Liu HX. A study of prognosis, outcome, and changing tendency of hospitalized AMI patients in Beijing third-gradea-level traditional Chinese medicine hospitals from 1999 to 2008. [18] Davidson P, Hancock K, Leung D, Ang E, Chang E, Thompson DR, Daly J. Traditional Chinese medicine and heart disease: what does Western medicine and nursing science know about it? Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2003; 2 :171-181. doi: 10.1016/S1474-5151(03)00057-4. [18] Bi YF, Mao JY, Wang XL, Zhao ZQ, Li B, Hou YZ. Expert survey on the prevention and treatment situation of traditional Chinese medicine for coronary artery disease. [18] Traditional Chinese medicine was used in conjunction with guideline-based medical therapies and not as a stand-alone treatment. [18] For someone like me, a Han Chinese woman who grew up with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the increasing trendiness of some TCM practices–such as acupuncture–makes me uncomfortable and concerned. [24] Xu J, Yang Y. Traditional Chinese medicine in the Chinese health care system. [18]

One of the earliest of its kind in China, Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine was established in 1958. [19] Traditional Chinese medicine first found a niche here among those let down by or frustrated with Western medicine and the opaque financial dealings of Big Pharma. [23] Luo J, Shang Q, Han M, Chen K, Xu H. Traditional Chinese medicine injection for angina pectoris: an overview of systematic reviews. [18] Manheimer E, Wieland S, Kimbrough E, Cheng K, Berman BM. Evidence from the Cochrane Collaboration for traditional Chinese medicine therapies. [18]

Strala uses yoga, tai chi, and traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine, to help people live radiantly healthy and inspiring lives. [25] Liao P, Wang L, Guo L, Zeng R, Huang J, Zhang M. Danhong injection (a traditional Chinese patent medicine) for acute myocardial infarction: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [18]

Before you use any traditional Chinese therapies, be sure to tell your medical doctor about any prescription, nonprescription, or other natural supplements you are taking. [12] A visit to a traditional Chinese pharmacy is like a visit to a small natural history museum. [14] ?a highly sought commodity in traditional Chinese medicine–not as an aphrodisiac, as is often widely reported, but as an antifever agent. [14]

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal remedies date back at least 2,200 years, although the earliest known written record of Chinese medicine is the Huangdi neijing ( The Yellow Emperor?s Inner Classic ) from the 3rd century bce. [14] This elementary approach ignores the deeper insight and experience of Chinese medicine that the human body has unlimited healing power and that the complementary energies of health and disease reflect the yinyang principle within the human body. [14] Various Western scientific disciplines have conducted studies to learn how Chinese medicine works, but it is difficult to use a Western yardstick to measure Eastern medicine. [14] In the second half of the 16th century, tenuous communication began with medical representatives from the West, and the character of Chinese medicine began to change. [14] In addition to the three emperors, as well as physicians such as Bian Qiao, Zhang Zhongjing, Hua Tuo, and Wang Shuhe, other individuals made single contributions of substantial importance to Chinese medicine. [14]

The TCM curriculum is taught in English and is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of traditional medicine in China. [11] Throughout China the value of traditional medicine is stressed, especially in the rural areas. [14]

The Maryland University of Integrative Health is another one of the herbal medicine schools that is actually much more. [13] The National University of National Medicine is the oldest of all herbal medicine schools in the country. [13] This community allows students the chance to explore one of the best herbal medicine schools and discover similar teachings at the same time. [13] The Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism is like the Disneyland of herbal medicine schools. [13] There are plenty of herbal medicine schools in the United States. [13]

“I entered college planning to go on to medical school but was becoming disenchanted with the medical model that relied so heavily on pharmaceuticals,” recalls Anna Panettiere, an independent practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in New York. [23] Dr. Ji has his private practice and also teaches Chinese medicine classics for doctoral programs in several Oriental medical schools in California. [21] In this special program, Dr. Ji focused his study on Shang Han Lun lineage school and Taoism Chinese medicine. [21]

Dr. Ji studied Chinese medicine classics in a master-disciple program supported by the government of China with Master Tan, who was elected as one of the Famous and Veteran Physicians of Chinese Medicine. [21]

Students in their third level of the program may participate in an optional clinical training program at Yue Yang Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. [26] He has since done post-graduate study at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China where he studied internal medicine, oncology, Chinese Tui Na massage, and acupuncture. [27] Zhong Kang Yu obtained his medical degree from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Shanghai, China in 1982. [27]

Since 2008 he has been an Instructor at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, where he also served as Assistant Clinical Director from 2008 to 2011. [27] She then attended and graduated from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver in 1999. [27] Tristan has been a licensed acupuncturist and practicing herbalist since graduating from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1995. [27]

Our two degree programs–the Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM) and the Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM)–provide a truly exceptional professional education. [26] The Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program significantly expands upon the fundamental Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) assessment and treatment approaches for orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions. [28] This program discusses the philosophy, diagnostic, and therapeutic techniques of Oriental Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). [29] Composition: TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine via distance learning 24 Academic credits + 60 credits in General Education (may be transferred from previous education and professional experience) + Additional courses may be selected from other modules in the Faculty of Natural Health Science from Bircham International University if required. [29] This course explains the Traditional Chinese Medicine views on health and disease, diagnostic techniques, treatment modalities, herbal medicine, and nutrition, including concepts such as Yin/Yang, five elements, vital substances, Zang Fu organs, and acupressure channels. [29]

In addition to Traditional Chinese Medicine he also practices Classical Acupuncture. [27] Founded in 1980, ACTCM is one of the oldest Traditional Chinese Medicine colleges in the country and was the first in the nation to be approved to offer the Master?s of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. [26] Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is such a fascinating and complex medical system that has withstood the tests of time, yet it still is making its way into the mainstream. [30] Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient and profound healing art that originated more than 3,000 years ago. [26] Composition: TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine via distance learning 24 Academic credits – Select 5 courses for the online diploma of Specialist or 7 courses for the Expert Diploma from the total of courses from this specialization module. [29] In the 1950s, to preserve the tradition of TCM, the Chinese government invested in studies of TCM, and in 1958, they declared that TCM would be given support equal to that of Western medicine. 14 However, with the emergence of evidence-based approaches for treating AMI in the 1980s and early 1990s, we expected to find a decline in the use of TCM, especially among Western hospitals in China which follow guidelines that are similar to the United States and Europe. [18]

Most U.S. states now offer licenses to practitioners who study for advanced degrees at the country’s numerous Eastern medicine schools. [23] Another notable alternative medicine schools is Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Georgetown offers a graduate-level Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program for prospective students. [20]

HUTCM offers bachelor’s degrees in medicine, management, engineering science, and arts with 14 specialties as Chinese medicine, herbology, pharmaceutical engineering, acupuncture and tuina, integrated Chinese-Western medicine, and public management. [19] Christopher Ging is an Oriental Medical Doctor (OMD) who graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) integrated with Western Medicine from School of Medicine of Xiamen University and earned his Ph.D. from China Academy of Chinese Medical Science, Beijing, China. [31] Specialist, Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctor – TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine Online via distance learning. [29] The Traditional Chinese Medicine etiology and pathology are compared to the Western Clinical Medicine. [29] The main diagnostic skills in Traditional Chinese Medicine are used to observe patterns that create this underlying disharmony, this is done by inspecting the skin, tongue, hair, eyes and nails, measuring the pulse, as well as inquiring about eating habits, sleep patterns, digestive/ reproductive health and quality of emotions and relationships. [30] This course examines common Traditional Chinese Medicine diseases. [29] This course reviews the ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine methods of inquiry, observation, auscultation, olfaction, and palpation. [29] AcuSport Education is a company devoted to raising the educational standards of licensed acupuncturists in the integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Sports Medicine. [28]

In total, 175 modern Western medicine hospitals (a phrase used in China to designate hospitals that are based in Western or conventional therapies, distinguishing them from traditional and integrative hospitals) were sampled (105 rural and 70 urban); 7 had no admissions for AMI and 6 declined to participate, resulting in a final cohort of 162 hospitals. [18] She continues her post-graduate education by attending acupuncture, traditional and classical Chinese medicine, and nutritional seminars. [27] She is a co-author of several Chinese medicine textbooks published in China. [27]

He earned his medical degree from and is former faculty of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. [32] He has been teaching and practicing at medical schools in China and the United States for more than 33 years with a concentration in Traditional Chinese Medicine for a wide range of diseases and conditions. [32]

All of MUIH?s acupuncture and Oriental Medicine programs blend acupuncture approaches from two healing traditions, Constitutional Five Element Acupuncture (CFEA) and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), with contemporary science as the basis for treating the whole person. [33] Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine awards the most degrees in graphic design in the U.S., but Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine and East West College of Natural Medicine have the highest percentage of degrees awarded in Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology. [34] Information about the types of higher education institutions that grant degrees in Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology and the types of students that study this field. [34] The most common degree awarded to students studying Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology is a Master’s Degree. [34] This chart illustrates the differences by gender for each race & ethnicity of students graduating with a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology. [34] This chart shows the granted degrees by gender at the 5 institutions that graduate the most students in Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology. [34]

University of East-West Medicine offers a solid education in Traditional Chinese Medicine with classes taught by highly experienced and knowledgeable instructors who believe in what they teach and enthusiastically assist students in learning. [35] Master Of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM): Applicants must have completed at least two years of baccalaureate-level education, comprising 60 semester units (90 quarter units), at an institution by the U.S. Secretary of Education or the equivalent at a foreign university in order to qualify for admission to Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine degree program. [35] The SJTU SCE Traditional Chinese Medicine Elementary (TCM 1) is suitable for those who are the beginners and are interested in learning and practice it. [36] The largest share of institutions that offer Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology degrees are Private for-profit, 4-year or above institutions. [34] This map shows the counties in the United States colored by the highest growth in degrees awarded for Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology. [34] This chart shows the number of degrees awarded in Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology for each race & ethnicity. [34] Tuition costs for Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology majors are, on average, N/A for in-state public colleges, and $14,994 for out of state private colleges. [34] The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology is from the 2 Digit Course Health. [34] This map shows the counties in the United States colored by the highest number of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology graduates by year. [34] This visualization shows the tuition costs of the 5 institutions with the most Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology graduates by number. [34] The locations with the highest concentration of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology graduates are Santa Monica, CA, Culver City, CA and Sarasota, FL. [34] The locations with a relatively high number of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology graduates are Mount Pleasant, WI, Mineola, NY and Culver City, CA. [34] Data on the critical and distinctive skills necessary for those working in the Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology field from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. [34] Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology majors need many skills, but most especially Social Perceptiveness. [34] These two visualizations, one a radial chart and one a bar chart, show the same information, a rating of how necessary the following skills are for Traditional Chinese Medicine & Chinese Herbology majors. [34]

Acupuncture performs specific functions in Traditional Chinese Medicine- It regulates the flow of Qi through the channels and Organs, removes blockages, strengthens the body?s protective nature and lessens the virulence of excesses. [30] Here in Portland Oregon we have two amazing places to study- National University of Natural Medicine and my alma mater, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) which has been voted the #1 Chinese Medical school in the US! These programs require an in-depth study on anatomy and physiology, bio chemistry, Chinese medical theory, hands-on needling training, pharmacology, tai Qi/ Qi Gong practice, as well as numerous clinical hours and observation. [30] Debby is well versed in Chinese herbology and completed a course in the Emotional and Spiritual Functions of Chinese Medicine in 2001 at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture in Gainesville, Florida. [27] Articles, news, frequently asked questions, help, and tips about acupuncture, natural medicine, wellness, massage, and Chinese medicine. [30] She has extended her education of Chinese Medicine to include Mind Body medicine and Integrative Mental Health. [27] If you would like to have an application mailed to you directly, please submit your request to the College of Classical Chinese Medicine at 503.552.1720 or or email Jeaneth Villegas. [37] This is the Chinese medicine organ clock which explains the order in which the Qi flows thru the specific organ systems. [30]

Jack continues to make regular trips to China for study in Chinese medicine, Qigong, and martial arts. [27]

ACTCM students have access to traditional Chinese medical practitioners, herbal pharmacies, and Chinese culture unable to be found elsewhere in the United States. [26] Topics to be covered include traditional healing systems (e.g., traditional Chinese medicine, ayurveda), mind-body medicine, herbs and dietary supplements, and body-based therapies. [38] Students will not only learn a few basic manipulations of Tuina, but also have the chance to learn some traditional Chinese exercises required for a TCM Tuina doctor to build up his or her own body health and successfully treat his or her patients. [36] In TCM 1, students will learn the fundamental theories of TCM, which are deeply rooted in traditional Chinese culture. [36]

He also serves as our resident expert on traditional Chinese herbal remedies and monitors the quality of our locally grown herbs. [39] We are dedicated to providing effective & affordable Healthcare based upon traditional Chinese medicinal principles. [39]

Dr. Deng is an internationally well-known expert in Chinese medicine and acupuncture. [32]


Welcome to the University of East-West Medicine! Your interest in the integrative health-care field comes at an exciting time. [1] September 22nd the University of East-West Medicine and Herguan hosted a blood drive on their shared campus in Sunnyvale, CA in order to aid the American Cancer Society and victims of the Valley Fire in California as well as the Nepal earthquake victims. [1] We are happy to announce the 13th Annual Commencement for the University of East-West Medicine graduating class of 2015 will be taking place on August 22nd at 10:00 AM. [1]

The purpose of the UEWM Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (DAOM) degree is to provide advanced content-specific knowledge to students that will enable greater depth of understanding about integrated medicine (TCM and Biomedicine), and will broaden competencies in core and specialty topics, which should result in enhanced patient care and expanded professional opportunities. [1] The 165-credit MS in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree includes all of the MS in Acupuncture coursework with the addition of herbal therapeutics. [4] Advance your skills and become a doctor through our Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) program. [1] Discover your new career in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine! As acupuncture becomes more and more integrated with western medicine, there is a shortage of complementary and alternative medicine practitioners. [40] With our authentic style of teaching, NYCTCM will prepare you to be a successful acupuncture and oriental medicine practitioner in the modern U.S. healthcare system. [40]

The courses provide an introductory content for Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Tuina, Acupoints, Meridians, and Chinese herbal medicine. [2] In addition to offering TCM elective courses through the Department of Physical Therapy, the Augusta University Confucius Institute also offers courses in Chinese language through the Department of English and Foreign Languages. [2] In a recent trip to Asia by Dr.Chi-hsiu D Weng, Dean of College of Tai Chi has fruitful results: 1) Meeting with the Chief of Shuaijiao (Chinese Wrestling) in China. [1]

This includes the study of the Chinese medicinal agents, herbal formulas, classical Chinese herbal texts, herbal safety and toxicity, and more. [4]

Professor Yang has taught in the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences for 30 years, teaching Yijing, and TCM to Master and Doctoral level students through Huang Di NeiJing. [1] Effective 12 August 2017, the East West College of Natural Medicine (EWCNM) was denied institutional accreditation and the Master of Oriental Medicine program was placed on Probation until August 2018 by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM or Commission), at which time Probation and programmatic accreditation were extended for good cause until February 2019. [41] The Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) granted continuing accreditation to the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM) Master of Oriental Medicine (M.O.M.) program (in English), under applicable ACAOM standards, effective 24 February 2018. [41]

NYCC is not admitting a Fall 2018 class to the M.S. in Acupuncture and the M.S. in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree programs, and is not accepting applications. [4]

The Jung Tao School Intern Clinic offers low cost acupuncture treatments to the public and school community. [5] Our school offers daytime, evening, weekday and weekend classes to give students a more flexible study schedule. [1] The curriculum at Jung Tao School has been in development for over forty years. [5] Jung Tao School has as part of its mission and vision to provide access to unique translations of classically based resources, including but not limited to the English translation of the 81 chapters of the Huangdi Neijing Lingshu, the second canon of the Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic. [5] UEWM earned the Highest 1st Time Licence Exam Pass Rate in the state for schools that had 20 applicants. [1]

Assistant Dean Dr. Zhantao Du of the Graduate School at the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS), led a faculty member and eight Ph.D. students in visiting ACAOM and participating in the international extension program, focusing on clinical and class observation. [42] As one of the few regionally accredited acupuncture schools in the nation, our acupuncture college is able to cultivate the knowledge base from its 6 sister schools in China and Taiwan. [42]

Acupuncture and Massage College was the first acupuncture school in Florida and 30 years later, continues to provide leadership in the field. [8] It is currently in the process of a Teach-out Agreement with the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ASAOM) and is not accepting any new students. [6] If you need further information, please contact the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ASAOM) at 795-0787. [6] The institute will continue as a supportive organization to the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. [6]

In the United States, 158 million of the adult population use complementary medicines and according to the USA Commission for Alternative and Complementary medicines, US$17 billion was spent on traditional remedies in 2000. [7] At Yo San, students master the medicine by developing their own internal awareness. [9] Our students say it is the sense of community, and the profound experience of learning the medicine from a lineage of 38 generations of Taoist healers. [9]

Acupuncture and Massage College?s accredited Oriental Medicine program is designed to be completed in 36 months and its curriculum meets the requirements established by the State of Florida and the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). [8] Successful completion of our Master’s program is meant to prepare students to sit for the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) licensure exam. [8] Students in the oriental medicine program practice between 4 – 8 hours a week in the intern clinic depending on their phase within the program. [8]

Located in Houston, Texas, American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) offers four graduate degree programs for individuals interested in pursuing alternative medicine and wellness. [42]

Being a science of the Orient, many of the ancient writings about acupuncture are in the Mandarin language and Chinese characters. [7] Our students are always excited to learn the Chinese Four Pillars of Examination: Observation, Listening, Asking, and Touching. [8]

KCC students complete a higher number of hands-on clinical training hours than students at other British Columbian TCM schools: 600-700 hours in the 3-year programs; 1,008 hours in the 4-Year program; and 1,173 hours in the 5-year program. [7] Our programs contain more lecture hours than the other TCM schools offer in BC. [7] There are programs at various acupuncture schools to suit all interests. [7] What are your main concerns prior to enrolling in an acupuncture school? 3. [9] There is a school library for quiet study, a student lounge for more lively discussions over lunch, spacious classrooms for you to stretch out and make yourself at home in, a school bookstore and herbal dispensary for on-campus purchases, and a plethora of restaurants, healthy food options and quaint coffee shops nearby for re-fueling. [7] Our students are welcome to begin practicing their needle technique on paper towel rolls or oranges in their first semester at school, in the second year they are guided through needling lab, and in the third year they begin to practice on members of the public, under supervision. [7] If you’re just beginning to look at school programs, come visit the campus and audit a class for a day. [8] Choose a school that has instructors who are experts in their field and who have real life experience in the courses they are teaching. [7]

Its traditional healing modalities provide an effective solution to many of today’s modern health problems, making it a great career choice for those drawn to a medical career. [8] With its collaboration with Houston Methodist Hospital Healthcare System, ACAOM has successfully integrated Eastern and Western medicine to provide a strong training in holistic medicine and natural health. [42] Or if you’re beginning to learn what Oriental Medicine is, check our weekly-updated acupuncture blog. [8] The University will cease offering all Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree programs on that date. [6] As healing practitioner of Oriental Medicine, your aim will be to balance your patient’s emotions, mind, spirit, and body. [8] Oriental Medicine is a rich, 2000-year-old healing system that is increasingly in demand by patients. [8]

Over 2000 years of rich insights into Chinese herbology will be passed on to you when you enroll at Acupuncture and Massage College. [8] Acupuncture has been used for centuries in China to treat a host of other problems such as joint pain, sprains & strains, stress, skin problems, infertility, sexual dysfunction, PMS and most gynecological complaints. [7]

By submitting this form, you authorize East West College of Natural Medicine to call you or text you information using the telephone number submitted in this form. [43] That’s why the instructors at East West College of Natural Medicine work tirelessly to prepare you for your future career. [43]

Emperor?s College Acupuncture Clinic is one of California’s most trusted health and wellness centers providing an integrative approach to family medicine since 1983. [44] Since medicine was far more important than surgery in Chinese history, diagnosis was of considerable significance. [14] The Chinese system of medicine is of great antiquity and is independent of any recorded external influences. [14] ?used by Asians, especially the Chinese, in medicines, potions, and even wine. [14]

From the student perspective, participating in the TCM program provides an appreciation for another culture, language, and approach to medicine. [11] You’ll discover more about herbology, integrated medicine, professional practice and Western biomedicine. [17] Nearly 200 modern medicines have been developed either directly or indirectly from the 7,300 species of plants used as medicines in China. [14] The teaching clinic offers integrated and personalized therapies that address a wide range of common health needs, including routine care, long-term management of chronic conditions and preventive medicine. [44] To administer medicines to diseases which have already developed and to suppress revolts which have already developed is comparable to the behavior of those persons who begin to dig a well after they have become thirsty, and of those who begin to cast weapons after they have already engaged in battle. [14] The major contribution Huangdi made to medicine must certainly be the invention of the nine needles for acupuncture. [14]

Our curriculum is delivered by skilled professionals with years of experience in successfully practicing Chinese herbal medicine in Oakland, CA. Once qualified, not only can you work in an acupuncture clinic, helping patients with a range of different conditions, there are also opportunities to work in spas, beauty salons and many other locations. [17] Today, scientists continue to identify compounds in Chinese herbal remedies that may be useful in the development of new therapeutic agents applicable in Western medicine. [14]

To restore harmony, the Chinese healer may use any of a staggeringly large array of traditional remedies. [14] For over 30 years, the Evergreen Herb Garden has been home for students to learn all things Western, Ayurvedic, and Chinese healing. [13] Chinese herbal formulas, some in use for more than 2,200 years, are composed of ingredients chosen to function in combination with each other. [14] The Huangdi neijing has been the highest Chinese authority on medical matters for over 2,000 years and has appeared in many editions. [14] Such is the profundity of meaning contained in these symbols that the Chinese philosopher Confucius once stated that if he could study the bagua for 50 years he might be able to obtain wisdom. [14]

Although to Western minds these varieties and relationships may appear complex or ridiculous, the Chinese physician trained in pulse lore could achieve some remarkable diagnoses. [14] This story is a beautiful example of the Chinese emphasis on preventive or early treatment rather than on attempts to cure a disease in its advanced stages. [14] Medically speaking, everything could be classed either as yin or yang, and to heal diseases, the ancient Chinese physician strove to bring these two qualities back into balance. [14]

Moxibustion, which uses small amounts of heated plant fiber (moxa, or Chinese mugwort) on specific areas of the body. [12] For a plant to have been included in the Chinese apothecary, each of its parts had to be identified for a different healing purpose. [14] When I was going over my files in preparation for my class on allergies and Chinese herbs,. [45] Ephedrine, an alkaloid used in treating asthma, was first isolated from the Chinese herb mahuang. [14] Chinese herbs, combinations of herbs, roots, powders, or animal substances to help restore balance in the body. [12]

The tools for a lifelong study of Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine are developed while in school and students are encouraged to indulge in the rich vastness of the medical giants that have come before us. [46] VUIM will be participating in various events listed below and we need your support in making each of these events successful as we promote our school, our clinic, and most importantly acupuncture and oriental medicine for the VA/DC/MD community at large. [46]

Emperor’s College Acupuncture Clinic is the teaching clinic for Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine and is open to the public. [44] Copyright 2018 Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine. [44]

Northwestern Health Sciences University covers traditional medicine as well as Western health sciences practices. [13]

The Board of Trustees and the community of faculty, staff, and students for the Virginia University of Oriental Medicine is pleased to share that the University is now the Virginia University of Integrative Medicine. [46] Detail: Successful completion of the CNT course is one of the requirements for Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine (CCAOM) certification. [46] VUIM is a leader in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine education in terms of curriculum design as well as our approach to Integrative Medicine. [46] Detail: Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Day is observed annually on October 24. [46] It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of acupuncture and Integrative medicine. [46]

We know that Oriental medicine is about far more than acupuncture. [17] As applied in Western medicine, apparently painless major operations are carried out after the insertion of acupuncture needles into specified points on the skin. [14]

The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts has arguably the most options of all the schools on this list! Here, you can train in the art of herbal medicine as well as Reiki, aromatherapy, spa treatments, life coaching, and yoga training. [13] Being their partner in the TCM program is very prestigious and it definitely helps attract top Pharm.D. students to our school. [11] The ten UConn students enrolled in the five-week experience were treated to a special anniversary symposium and celebration hosted by the Dean of the PKUSPS School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Demin Zhou, Ph.D. [11] There were a number of other familiar faces from the UConn School of Pharmacy present, including: Dean James Halpert; Head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, C. Michael White; and Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, JosManautou. [11] As a basic scientist in pharmaceutical sciences, one of Manautou?s goals for this trip was to meet his peers at Peking University to highlight the expertise of UConn School of Pharmacy faculty and to talk about core areas of scholarly work in his department. [11] The beginning of the program stems from the friendship forged between Burgess and PKU faculty member, Professor Xiaoda Yang when a sister relationship between the UConn School of Pharmacy and PKUSPS was established in 2007. [11] Tucked away in Sonoma County, the Emerald Valley is home to the California School of Herbal Studies. [13] It merged in 2015, to be among the ranks of the Consciousness and Transformation, Professional Psychology and Health, and Undergraduate Studies schools. [13]

There is even an option to study acupuncture in China, the country where this practice first began. [13] Halpert notes that among the many benefits of this study abroad program, “Peking University is the number one ranked university in China in 2018. [11] Confucius did study the bagua long enough to write a commentary that forms part of the Yijing ( Classic of Changes ), one of the books revered throughout the history of China. [14]

In the early 20th century interest in TCM was renewed, and by the late 20th and early 21st centuries, TCM was practiced not only in China but also in countries worldwide. [14] There are 28 hours of instruction in basic Mandarin to help attendees successfully navigate their new surroundings, as well as a comprehensive overview of the cultural and practice differences between the U.S. and China. [11] Qigong, which was known in ancient China as “the method to repel illness and prolong life,” contains elements of meditation, relaxation training, martial-arts techniques, and breathing exercises that are intended to cultivate qi and transmit it to all the bodily organs. [14] An alkaloid called huperzine A was isolated from the moss Huperzia serrata, which is widely used in China to make the herbal medicine qian ceng ta. [14] Students can learn the ins and outs of herbal medicine in full-time or part-time programs. [13] He says, “While we train our students in complementary and alternative medicine, this immersion program takes that training to a whole different level. [11]

If you want to learn more about the exciting possibilities which training in Oriental medicine can offer, we can help. [17] The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is delighted to announce that Belinda Anderson, PhD, LAc, and Academic Dean of PCOM, New York has been appointed to the National Advisory Council for. [45] Kiera Nagle, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s Chicago Campus Director of Asian Holistic Health and Massage Therapy, was recently interviewed by Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine on the benefits. [45]

Train to get a basic introduction of herbal medicine or follow your passion all the way to an advanced degree for clinical practice. [13] Detail: Successful completion of the CNT course is one of the requirements for National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine (NCCAOM) certification. [46] Traditional medicine is the natural, non-chemical approach to healing the body. [13]

Bian Qiao was looked upon by many as the most knowledgeable user of pulse lore, although Wang Shuhe, who lived 750 years later, is generally accepted as the chief authority on this peculiarly Chinese medical subject. [14]

It also offers master’s degrees in 21 specialties, including Chinese internal medicine, Chinese pediatrics, herbal prescriptions, herbology, acupuncture and Tuina are the key programs of Henan Province. [19] Is “Oriental medicine” just a Chinese tradition? Asia is a big place with many groups of peoples who share a long, and often messy, history spanning thousands of years. [24] Luo J, Xu H, Chen K. Systematic review of compound danshen dropping pill: a Chinese patent medicine for acute myocardial infarction. [18]

The schools that offer “Oriental Medicine” degrees often employ white teachers and practitioners. [24] The school also offers a post-doctoral residency program and a 5-year dual-degree track, which combines the ND with a master’s degree in acupuncture or a master’s degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine. [20]

Bastyr University is accredited by the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges and offers a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) program. [20] She graduated in 1987 from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and graduated in 1988 from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture. [21] Each person who performs acupuncture has a unique style, often blending aspects of Eastern and Western approaches to medicine. [22] At the time she was met with many raised eyebrows, Panettiere recalled of her decision to pursue Eastern medicine after a deeply relaxing first experience with acupuncture. [23]

Other traditions that are often erased in the marketing of TCM include Ayurveda in India, Tibetan medicine, Kampo in Japan, Hanyak in Korea, and Thu?c Nam in Vietnam. [24]

In 1998, he moved to Chicago and simultaneously studied for and received both a doctor of chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences as well as a master?s degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in 2002. [21] The Chicago College of Oriental Medicine offers two graduate programs leading to either the Master of Acupuncture or the Master of Oriental Medicine degree. [47]

These schools cover multiple specialized practices in the field of alternative medicine and all of them offer graduate-level programs in the field. [20] Learn about the training options at four universities, as well as what’s available at other U.S. schools that offer programs in alternative medicine. [20] The Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) program at Georgetown’s School of Medicine focuses on the scientific evaluation of alternative healing modalities. [20]

He teaches and supervises UCLA 4th year medical school students and clinic fellows with integrative medicine courses. [21] Another school to consider is dedicated exclusively to the study of natural and integrative medicine. [20]

He also teaches Chinese Internal Herbal Medicine and other courses (Neurology and Orthopedics). [21] Chung VC, Chen M, Ying Q, Tam WW, Wu XY, Ma PH, Ziea ET, Wong VC, Tang JL. Add-on effect of chinese herbal medicine on mortality in myocardial infarction: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. [18]

Not surprisingly, too many of the clinics displayed “oriental” symbols (such as the yin yang and Chinese characters) as a way to signal “authenticity” to their clients, many of whom have a limited understanding of the linguistic and philosophical/religious contexts of TCM. [24] The outcome of in-hospital mortality or treatment withdrawal is used as a quality measure for hospitals by the Chinese government. 18 We also assessed in-hospital bleeding given the antiplatelet effects of many of the TCMs and the potential for bleeding, especially if combined with other antiplatelet or anticoagulant use. [18]

By calling these medicinal practices “Chinese”, it erases the many other folk traditions that have influenced each other through cross-cultural sharing of medical knowledge and practices. [24] Chinese imperialism in Asia is well-documented and we should be conscious of how this impacts medicinal practices as well. [24]

We aimed to examine intravenous use of TCM within the first 24 hours of hospitalization (early IV TCM) for AMI. Data come from the China Patient-centered Evaluative Assessment of Cardiac Events Retrospective Study of Acute Myocardial Infarction, restricted to a large, representative sample of Western medicine hospitals throughout China (n162). [18] Accordingly, we used a nationally representative sample of patients with AMI admitted to Western medicine hospitals throughout China to investigate trends and outcomes associated with TCM, with a focus on intravenous therapies used in the first 24 hours (early intravenous TCM) to ensure that it was the intention of the providers to use TCM as opposed to patients supplementing their care with their own treatments. [18] In this nationally representative study, over half of patients hospitalized with AMI in modern Western medicine hospitals in China received intravenous TCM within the first 24 hours of hospitalization, a 20% absolute increase from 2001. [18]

This study was approved by the institutional review boards of Yale University and the Fuwai Hospital, National Center for Cardiovascular Disease in China. [18] ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in China from 2001 to 2011 (the China PEACE-Retrospective Acute Myocardial Infarction Study): a retrospective analysis of hospital data. [18] It is our goal to share the China PEACE-Retrospective AMI Study (China Patient-centered Evaluative Assessment of Cardiac Events Retrospective Study of Acute Myocardial Infarction) data; however, at this time, we are unable to do so. [18]

Findings from this study are important for supporting quality improvement efforts in China that are sensitive to the role of TCM as part of China’s history and culture and yet simultaneously commit to the safe and effective use of evidence-based approaches to improve outcomes for people with AMI. [18] Randomized trials would provide the most definitive evidence of the safety and efficacy of TCM. Fourth, our study is limited to China although the sample is representative of the care of a country with a fifth of the world’s population. [18] Early intravenous TCM use for AMI in China is increasing despite the lack of evidence of their benefit or harm. [18] TCM has been an integral part of medicinal healing in China for centuries. [18]

This article on a university, college or other tertiary educational institution in China is a stub. [19] Tang S, Meng Q, Chen L, Bekedam H, Evans T, Whitehead M. Tackling the challenges to health equity in China. [18]

At everglades University, students can earn a Master’s Degree in Public Health Administration with a concentration in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). [20] The field of alternative medicine covers a broad range of topics and students can find programs at multiple degree levels that align with their academic and career goals. [20] Students who are interested in alternative medicine can also find relevant programs at the following top ranked colleges and universities. [20] Students in alternative medicine programs learn how to integrate the biological, psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of health and promote the body’s capacity to heal itself. [20]

Everglades University in Boca Raton, Florida, offers alternative medicine programs that are available on campus and online. [20] Dr. Kwon is one of the pioneers in integrative medicine, both by his training and in his history of leadership within the MSAc and MSOM programs at NUHS. He earned both a bachelor?s degree in biology and a master?s degree in microbiology from Chung Ang University in Seoul. [21] An undergraduate program resulting in a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine degree is also available. [20]

Some alternative medicine practices include acupuncture, herbal supplementation and meditation. [20] Read about programs in alternative medicine, which can lead to a Master of Complementary and Alternative Medicine or Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. [20]

The Chicago College of Oriental Medicine welcomes you to its Chicago Campus where Eastern and Western medicine meet. [47] Most states require that nonphysician acupuncturists pass an exam conducted by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. [22] He has been a commissioner for the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) of the U.S. Department of Education since 2013. [21]

Herbal medicines, including the name, route of administration, and timing of use in the course of hospitalization, were abstracted from the medical record. [18] This facility helps students develop and increase their proficiency in the scientific study of natural medicine. [20]

As a cultural practice becomes popularized by white people and goes mainstream, we always have to ask: who is profiting from the selling of these practices? We need to pay attention to the growing commodification of traditional practices by white practitioners. [24] Strala is quite different from other schools of yoga, and our faculty is also quite different, so what we cover in our programs is all different from other intensive, 200 Hour, and 500 Hour yoga trainings. [25] Curriculum, relevancy of sample programs, and outcomes will vary by school. [20] High School Diploma Explore schools that offer bachelor and associate degrees. [20] It?s not able to provide quality standards, or exams for qualification like medical school. [25]

Decker C, Huddleston J, Kosiborod M, Buchanan DM, Stoner C, Jones A, Banerjee S, Spertus JA. Self-reported use of complementary and alternative medicine in patients with previous acute coronary syndrome. [18] National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. [22]

Gao ZY, Xu H, Shi DZ, Wen C, Liu BY. Analysis on outcome of 5284 patients with coronary artery disease: the role of integrative medicine. [18]

The SMAC program is 240 hours of advanced Sports Medicine Acupuncture training that includes many successful integrative Eastern and Western approaches and is designed to provide the highest level of instruction in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain. [28] Our Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program is the most advanced training available to acupuncturists who want to excel at understanding and treating sports and orthopedic injuries. [28] The Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program is designed as an intensive curriculum spread out over 12-14 months. [28] The 2018-2019 Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification program (SMAC) will be held in San Diego, California at Marina Village Conference Center from June 2018 to July 2019. [28]

Each module consists of didactic and practical acupuncture workshops taught by qualified Sports Medicine Acupuncture instructors and assisted by licensed practitioners. [28] Generate a Sports Medicine Acupuncture treatment plan and protocol. [28] Rachael specializes in anxiety disorders, autoimmune disease; sleep disorders including night terrors, cosmetic acupuncture and sports medicine. [27]

She was a TCM medical doctor and instructor of TCM in China for many years, specializing in traumatology and sports medicine. [27] Highlights of her career have included teaching TCM classes at the International Institute of TCM in Cork, Ireland and lecturing at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Dublin, Ireland. [27]

Implement Sports Medicine Acupuncture approaches to assessing and treating the patient and the patient?s injury. [28] Graduates of the program can have the distinction of being a licensed practitioner of Sports Medicine Acupuncture. [28] To qualify as an applicant for the NUNM AOM Residency Program, individuals must have graduated with a Master of Acupuncture, Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, or a Doctor of Science in Oriental Medicine (or equivalent degree) from an accredited college or university. [37] Jack Schaefer received a Bachelor?s Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1994 in Environmental Studies and his Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2000 from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. [27]

Susan is a professional healthcare provider in private practice since 1997 when she received her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College. [27] Eric received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and East Asian Studies from Kalamazoo College in 2009 and a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in 2016. [27]

Acupuncture is now offered in hospitals and clinics around the country and Chinese herbal medicine is becoming more popular and accessible. [30] He is currently working on treating kidney failure patients with Chinese herbs and acupuncture. [27] This course classifies Chinese medicinal herbs according to their functions, therapeutic uses, taste, energy, actions, indications, dosage, contraindications, and methods of preparation. [29] Jacob Wilcox has a particular passion for Chinese herbs and has formulated and produced his own line of thirty different high quality Chinese Herbal tinctures. [27] Techniques learned will include acupressure, moxibustion, tuina, and Chinese herbs and nutrition. [29]

Distinguished right to use the Sports Medicine Acupuncture license. [28] There are also a few schools that are offering a Doctor of Acupuncture Oriental Medicine (DAOM) programs. [30] Community-style acupuncture clinic with brand new in-house herbal pharmacy, focus on herbs for the Shan Han Lun and Fire Spirit School. [37] All programs and all SSU locations are fully accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). [26] The college is aware that many students are balancing their personal lives, work, and school while attending ACTCM. Because of this, tracks have been put in place which enable students to know their yearly schedules in advance. [26] Scripps College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. [26] The School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). [26]

Located just 10 minutes north of Downtown Los Angeles, Shepherd University’s School of Theology provides Undergraduate and Graduate Degree courses centered around the Christian faith. [26] She returned to the Czech Republic to complete medical school at Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic in 2008. [27] Her earliest experiences in school, of being the teacher?s helper and helping other students in class, came to fruition in tutoring, seminars/ workshops, and the classroom. [27] Prior to that he attended Brenneke School of Massage in Seattle and received training in massage therapy. [27]

She completed her Masters of Traditional Oriental Medicine, graduating magna cum laude from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 1992. [27] Traditional Western medicine certainly has its place, but an individual’s role in actively managing his or her own health cannot be denied. [48] The last five years she has been a provider of acupuncture and traditional medicine for the Access to Recovery (SAMSHA) Federal Grant. [27]

Students work in a hospital in-patient setting and an out-patient clinic, and may concentrate on acupuncture, herbal medicine or tui na. [26] The objective of this program is to teach students how to integrate the concepts and techniques of Oriental Medicine into naturopathic practice. [29]

ACTCM also offers an optional 4-week study abroad program in Shanghai, China to students of the MSTCM program. [26] Jiayu Zhang completed her Medical Degree in TCM in 1989 at Chengdu University of Physical Education in China. [27] TCM is a medical system that originated in ancient China over 2000 years ago. [30]

In addition to an optional clinical internship in China, students at ACTCM have the opportunity to work as interns in multiple specialized clinical sites located throughout San Francisco. [26]

This distance learning education program is completed by a traditional correspondence instruction method. [29] In addition to providing a variety of treatment styles–Master Tong, traditional, classical and microsystems–she also provides client education and self care protocols to create more effective and long lasting therapeutic improvements. [27] Attend and assist on a Traditional Mentorship Tutorial course for three terms. [37] Traditional water therapies, herbs, physical therapy and nutrition when properly utilized; can facilitate the self-healing process within the body. [29]

My reticence regarding traditional medicine does not result from want of experienceindeed, I have spent so much time in hospitals during my life that I am all too familiar with traditional treatments. [48] While you make a great case for the value of alternative therapies, you should not discount the worth of traditional medicine altogether. [48]

The main components of this system are Acupuncture, massage, movement therapies such as Qi Gong/ Tai Qi, herbal medicine and dietary therapy. [30] He then worked as a resident from 1982 through 1988 and as physician in charge from 1988 through 1991 at Shanghai Longhua Hospital, a teaching hospital of Shanghai University of TCM. During this period, Zhong was also teaching internal medicine, both TCM and Western medicine at the same University. [27] The national accreditation boards are National Certification Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and the Accreditation Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM). [30] ACTCM is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and is approved by the California Bureau of Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education (BPPVE) as a degree-granting institution. [26]

Melanie has been a practicing Doctor of Oriental Medicine since 2002 in the state of New Mexico. [27]

Our faculty consist of both Western- and Chinese-trained practitioners who have experience working in integrative medicine and the understanding necessary for dealing with the health problems of today?s modern society. [26] Natural medicine and wellness solutions from a licensed practitioner. [30]

She has been in private practice in Boulder, Colorado since 2001 specializing herbal medicine and pain management. [27] Your original first paragraph alluded to your work experience, juxtaposing the effectiveness of Western and alternative medicine. [48]

It comprises a number of therapeutic practices–among them Chinese herbology, acupuncture, nutrition, Tai Ji Quan and Qigong–that have long-proven efficacy in treating a wide range of disease conditions. [26] Jacob has a diplomat in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM). [27]

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