Acupuncture Continuing Education

Acupuncture Live Webinars

Live Event Samples


Live Webinars...



Acupuncture Live Webinar Samples



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The Acupuncture Live Webinar series features recent acupuncture discoveries and a close look at different types and qualities of acupuncture needles under a microscope. Below is an example of a modest level of magnification (at the webinar, we show up to 1,500X magnification):

34 acupuncture needles



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Chinese Medicine Dietetics Webinar Sample



Live Webinars...



Purchase live webinar access and an internet link to the event is provided. The video samples above are provided as a preview of upcoming event styles. Certificates of completion for acupuncture continuing education credit are issued after each webinar. There is no required quiz because state boards, the NCCAOM, and other agencies do not require a quiz for live webinars.

Live webinars at HealthCMi are valid for in-person California Acupuncture Board acupuncture CEUs, in-person New Jersey CEUs, and for many other certifications: NCCAOM PDAs, Texas CAEs, Florida CEs (automatically certified at CE Broker for your convenience), Illinois CEUs, CTCMA CEUs, CAAA CEUs, and more. This covers acupuncture CEUs for the entire USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, ABORM, veterinarians, and more.

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