Acupuncture Continuing Education

Safety in Acupuncture, Cups, Moxa, Gua Sha

4 CEUs

Prof. Richard Liao, L.Ac. presents herbal medicine and other solutions to safety issues associated with acupuncture, cupping, moxa, and gua sha. Learn how to handle situations such as patient needle fear, allergies to metal needles, panic attacks, fainting, and seizures. A case history section covers pneumothorax, excessive bleeding, burns due to moxa, edema due to cupping, reactions to electroacupuncture and blisters due to gua sha. The focus of the course is using herbal solutions for accidents in the clinic. Download the course, take the online quiz and receive a certificate of completion to fulfill your acupuncture continuing education requirements.


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Purchase the course and it will be downloaded to your computer in PDF format.  PDFs work on Apple Mac, Windows PC, iPad, iPhone, Android and other platforms. After reviewing the course, take the online quiz and a certificate of completion will be automatically generated for INSTANT credit. You may re-take the quiz as often as is needed and there is no time limit.


Continuing Education Credits
Fulfills the special NCCAOM Safety PDA category requirement, Provider #602.
4 Safety NCCAOM Diplomate PDAs (safety category)
4 California Acupuncture Board CEUs (category 1)
4 Texas CAEs (3 general, 1 ethics)
4 Florida Board of Acupuncture CEs (2 medical errors, 2 general)
4 CTCMA British Columbia acupuncture CEs
4 BCNA & CNPBC (British Columbia Naturopathic Assoc.) credits
4 CAAA Alberta CEUs
4 CTCMPAO (Ontario, Canada) continuing education credits
4 OAQ CEUs (Board of Acupuncturists of Quebec)
4 NZASA (2 Ethics, 2 Chinese Medicine) CPDs (New Zealand Acupuncture Standards Authority)
4 Acupuncture NZ (NZRA) New Zealand CEUs
4 NS-CMAAC Nova Scotia acupuncture CEUs
4 CMBA CPDs/CEUs (Chinese Medicine Board of Australia)
4 IVAS CEs (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society)
4 California Board of Registered Nursing contact hours
(Massachusetts: applicable towards the acupuncture & herbs requirements)



Recent Customer Reviews

Georganne V. Marquette, MI Wednesday, 16 January 2019
good info; liked that it was presented in case study format
Claire M. Lambertville, NJ Saturday, 28 July 2018
Bret M. Lookout Mountain, TN Thursday, 14 June 2018
well done.
Laura C. Iowa City, IA Friday, 25 May 2018
This is a series of case examples of how safety issues were handled with herbal treatment to resolve consequences or underlying pathology that predisposed the patient to experience the problem during acupuncture and cupping and gua sha
Jaclyn W. Portland, OR Wednesday, 09 May 2018
Straight forward with helpful herbal suggestions to use if patients experience ill effects from treatment.
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