In Community Clinic students treat patients under direct supervision in a clinical setting with patients both seated and lying in a large room. This clinic is designed to give students experience in the Community Acupuncture clinical setting and to be more prepared to provide treatments in impoverished communities or in makeshift clinics, which are often seen in the college’s Global Outreach clinics around the world, and in addiction treatment facilities. Students gain experience performing acupuncture, but also moxibustion, cupping, gua sha and Tui Na.
*Students who have not met prerequisites can complete the last 3 credits of CMCP101 and ACU113/114 concurrent to taking this course.
Prerequisites: 9 credits CMCP101*, ACU113/114*, OM101/102, Must have and maintain a current CTCMA Student Registration number. Must be enrolled in a diploma program within the School of AOM. Semester: Fall, Winter, Summer Fee: $10 Credits: 1 Hours: 30