Acupuncture Course for Medical practitioners and registered healthcare professionals

Module 3 – Acupuncture Course 

Our Module 3 – Acupuncture course for Medical practitioners and registered healthcare professionals  covers all relevant TCM theory in the mornings and extensive supervised clinical practice every afternoon.

Module 3 – Acupuncture Course for Diploma
23 days = 184 contact hours. Private study hours including writing up case studies – 266 hours
Practical homework hours 100 spent doing case studies

Medically degree qualified and registered health practitioners such as doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors and dentists can immediately start Module 3, since they want to use acupuncture as an adjunct to their professional background.

Many medically qualified practitioners are becoming aware of how successfully the Chinese integrate Acupuncture with Western Medicine and would like to be able to adopt this for the benefit of their patients. The usual 2- 5-day Western medical acupuncture or dry needling courses which only started in the 1970’s, do not teach acupuncture as it is done in China. Our course does and gives you the opportunity to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients. – Read Syllabus

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Maddie is a dental surgeon, Tom is an osteopath

Maria’ acupuncture course is founded on the application of traditional Chinese Medical  – TCM theory to the practical situation which is always supervised. Students need to do  private study to achieve the standards required for safe and effective practice.

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In order. Tom - osteopath, Jerry - sports therapist, Sean - engineer, Jason - psychiatric nurse.

The acupuncture training course has lots of hands on practical experience (OK…so you can’t see the needles!).
“Our acupuncture course has a strong focus on diagnosis and the formulation of needling prescriptions.”
– Maria Mercati

“I made the decision to start the acupuncture course in an attempt to find a pain relief that the Western Biomedical model of medicine could not provide. I had been working in an outpatient department at a busy University Hospital with daily patient traffic in excess of 600 patients per day. More info

Lynne Rhodes – 2007 MSC Nursing

I feel it’s very important to give each student the opportunity to practice needling each acupuncture point, accurately and deeply and experience first hand their uniquely different effects and sensations.  Students in the above photos are also in the group photo below.