MEDICAL ACUPUNCTURE FOR VETERINARY TECHNICIANS (MAV-T)
Learn how acupuncture works from a rational, evidence-informed perspective
Medical Acupuncture for Veterinary Technicians
No magic, just science. We’ll teach you how it works.
The goals of this course are to educate veterinary technicians on the mechanisms of action, indications, technical aspects, and evidential support related to medical acupuncture.
In accordance with the aforementioned goals, our objectives are as follows:
- Develop a scientific understanding of how acupuncture works neurophysiologically and from a connective tissue perspective
- Compare and contrast medical acupuncture to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) style acupuncture
- List the common indications for acupuncture in the veterinary setting
- Describe the risks of medical acupuncture for the patient, client, and staff
- Become acquainted with electroacupuncture units and how they operate
- Be able to respond to client inquiries about acupuncture with confidence and from an informed persepective
- Learn how to search the scientific medical databases for evidence concerning medical acupuncture and related techniques
This course is all online and approximately 9 hours.
Course fee: $195
Content delivery – online.
9.5 CE Hours RACE approved.
Payment (check or credit card) is due in full at time of registration.
CuraCore will be holding it’s first off-site Clinical Intensive March 11-15, 2019 at the incredible Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Small Animal/Exotics and Dual Tracks only for this event. For additional information please see the page Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians.
Join us for our critically acclaimed Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians program! Please see our webpage for all of the details on our program and upcoming Clinical Intensive dates.
Botanical Day 2019 is June 7th and because of the ever changing landscape of the subject, the focus will be on Cannabis in Veterinary Medicine. This program is held in conjunction with our Myofascial Palpation & Medical Massage program held June 9-10, 2019. Join us for both!
This program has become very popular! We limit enrollment to a small group for a great educational experience. This program is held in conjunction with our Botanical Day – June 7, 2019. Cannabis in Veterinary Medicine.
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Registration is open and ongoing