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Duration

3 years

Tuition

$41,855

 

Sep 3-Sep 3

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Diploma

Year Founded

1996

Scholarships

no

Students in the Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health Sciences (KCCIHS) Acupuncturist program are immersed in the world of healing and balance through the comprehensive 3-year program tailored to guide students on the path to becoming a skilled and proficient Acupuncturist. Over three transformative years, students will dive deep into the intricate principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and the art of acupuncture, equipping them with the tools to promote wellness and restore harmony within the body.

Students will lay the groundwork in the foundational years by mastering TCM theory and learning about meridians, qi flow, and the body’s energetic systems. Students will delve into the history and philosophy of acupuncture, understanding its role in holistic health. Through hands-on training, students gain proficiency in the precise and delicate art of needle insertion, ensuring that they can provide safe and effective treatments.

What You’ll Learn
• Refine diagnostic skills, learn to assess patients’ health imbalances, and tailor acupuncture treatment plans to address their unique needs.
• Compile all the necessary diagnostic data through accurate employment of the Four Examinations and other appropriate examinations.
• Using the theories of Chinese medicine, develop a diagnosis that is accurate and appropriate for the delivery of acupuncture and/or accessory techniques.
• Based on the diagnostic findings, develop an effective treatment plan using acupuncture and other accessory techniques.
• Skillfully and safely execute a plan to treat or prevent illness using acupuncture and accessory techniques while complying with current best practices.
• Assess the effectiveness of the Acupuncture treatment and modify it as needed.
• Apply contemporary, professional, ethical, and legal standards to care delivery.
• Recognize emergencies or situations for which biomedical care or follow-up is needed and take appropriate action.
• Demonstrate professional communication skills that are appropriate to all parties involved in the continuum of care.

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