How to Become an Acupuncturist?

Answer Acupuncturists use Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to treat pain. They insert thin needles along the body's meridians, or energy vessels, to relieve tension, release energy and stimulate the bod... Read More »

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How to Become an Acupuncturist in Canada?

An acupuncturist takes thin needles and places them under a patient's skin to promote energy circulation and yin yang balance, or Qi (chi). Only three Canadian provinces ask that students meet lice... Read More »

How long does it take to become an acupuncturist?

Most acupuncture programs take three or four years to complete, including both classes and clinical experience. Accredited schools offer master's degrees, while non-accredited schools typically off... Read More »

What is an acupuncturist?

An acupuncturist performs a traditional Chinese healing art by diagnosing a patient and healing him with acupuncture needles or other forms of stimulation on certain points of the body.PurposeThe p... Read More »

Is an acupuncturist a doctor?

An acupuncturist is not usually a medical doctor. If your acupuncturist received his license within the United States, he most likely has a masters of science in acupuncture or Oriental medicine. R... Read More »