NCAAOM ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
                April 29-30, 2017

                                    Traditional Pulse Diagnosis for Contemporary Practice
Dr. Fu Di
                                  16 CEUs (Awaiting NCALB Approval)
    Duke Medical Pavilion, Room #2W96, Durham

 
          
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About Our Presenter

Dr. Fu Di has been teaching acupuncture in the United States for more than 20 years. Serving as the Vice-President and DAOM Director at the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, he teaches advanced courses in classical acupuncture and TCM herbal medicine. He specializes in management of chronic conditions such as pain disorders, fibromyalgia, auto-immune diseases and hormonal imbalances. For over 15 years he has been teaching medical school's CME courses at the University of Miami, FL.

Dr. Di maintains a busy group practice in Tamarac, Florida.  His mastery of pulse diagnosis and herbal formulations has made him one of the most sought after teachers by students to intern for.  His lectures provide many case studies and practical techniques that can be used immediately in your practice to improve patient outcomes. The NCAAOM is proud to host Dr. Fu for his first visit to North Carolina, do not miss this valuable opportunity to learn from one of the best.  

Treating Our Nation's Veterans 
4.5 CEUs

Presenters:  John McGimsey, LAc, LiJie McGimsey, LAc and Linda Tolentino, LAc

Attend this educational event to understand the process in addressing pain, other symptoms and disharmonies that can occur from chronic opioid use and pain syndromes.  Learn how to become credentialed with the Veteran's Administration and obtain all billing information. 

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NCAAOM PRESIDENT SPEAKS WITH WPTF RADIO

Listen to David Peters and one of his patients undergoing chemotherapy speak to the many benefits of acupuncture, insurance coverage and much more. 

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NCAAOM ACUPUNCTURE AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

1.  Do you want more insurance coverage for services performed by licensed acupuncturists?
2.  Would you like to see licensed acupuncturists working in hospitals? 
3.  Do you think Medicare/Medicaid should cover acupuncture services?
4.  Does our healthcare system need more coordination with Complementary and Alternative Medicine?

If you answered "YES" to one or more of the above questions then let's work together to turn these ideas into reality!

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