Acupuncture Continuing Education

Acupuncture For Migraines, Insomnia, and Pain

Audio Course Materials

 

Welcome to the course materials page. Here you have access to the audio materials and supplementary links to research articles. Listen to the course in several ways: download an MP3, podcast, or play it on this page.


To listen to the lecture on this web page, click the audio player below:

Part 1, Hour 1:

 

 

 

 

Part 2, Hour 2: 

 


 

 

 

Google Drive
To download an MP3 audio file to your device using Google Drive, click the following links: 

Visit Google Drive, Hour 1 >

Visit Google Drive, Hour 2 >

 


Amazon Cloud Drive
To download an MP3 audio file to your device using Amazon Cloud Drive, click the following links:
(Click on the name of the audio file and then click the Download button)

Visit Amazon Cloud Drive, Hour 1 >

Visit Amazon Cloud Drive, Hour 2 >

 


Supplementary Reading Materials
The following are links to the research articles covered in the lecture. These are optional learning experiences and are not required reading for this audio course.

Part 1, Hour 1:

Stanford Research For Infants

Pain After Surgery

Migraines

MRI Study

Mastectomy Pain Relief


Part 2, Hour 2: 

Depression and Insomnia

Low Back Pain

Lumbar Discs

Sleep

Nerve Regeneration

Fibromyalgia

Deep Sleep

 

 

Instructions: Quizzes, Certificates of Completion, Downloads

To take quizzes, get certificates, and download courses at www.healthcmi.com :

  • Login (if not already logged in) and enter your username and password. After Login, a menu appears entitled "Courses, Tests, Certificates"
  • Click on "Acupuncture Courses"
  • Follow the links. Courses can be downloaded to multiple locations, quizzes can be taken (and re-taken if needed), and certificates of completion can be saved and printed immediately after passing the quiz.

 

 

 

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