McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture for Health Professionals

Fall 2018

Main Program: McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture for Health Professionals Fall 2018, MA040

Unit 1 – September 7-8-9, 2018, Introduction to Neurofunctional Acupuncture

Unit 2 – September 28-29-30, 2018, Upper Extremity Problems – Acute Pain

Unit 3 – October 19-20-21, 2018, Axial Skeletal Problems – Visceral Regulation

Unit 4 – November 9-10-11, 2018, Head & Face Problems – Chronic Pain Syndromes

Unit 5 – November 30-December 1-2, 2018, Lower Extremity Problems – Integrated Management

ENROLL FOR THE FALL CLASS TODAY

I would highly recommend this course to any health care practitioner! I took both the main and the advance course concurrently and it has totally changed the way I look at the body. I have become much more holistic in my practice and have a much greater understanding of both the nervous and fascial system. It has allowed me to get patients better quicker and has significantly increased my caseload as a result. Could not be more thankful that I took this course. 

Inderjeet Takhar, PT

Cambridge, ON

Inderjeet Takhar, PT

Cambridge, ON

The Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course at McMaster University offered me a great evidence-based program in which to learn acupuncture. I love being able to offer my patients an additional tool to help treat a variety of conditions, and look forward to following up with the range of continuing education programs that are being offered. 

Carole Smith, DC

Oakville, ON

Carole Smith, DC

Oakville, ON

In summary, the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Core Program is a comprehensive, well-organized, practical and extremely useful course for any provider working in the clinical areas of Musculo-skeletal or Pain Medicine. Without hesitation, I can say that it is the most valuable acupuncture training in which I have participated. 

Brahman Levy, M.D.,
Medical Director, Worknet Occupational Medicine,

Stratford, NJ

Brahman Levy, M.D.,
Medical Director, Worknet Occupational Medicine,

Stratford, NJ

Contemporary Acupuncture is the course that brings all the basic sciences and professional training into clinical practice in a way that makes sense and produces results. For anyone wanting to move forward in medical and manual therapy practice this course is the one that will bring you at the forefront of modern medicine and manual therapy.  

Chris Michailidis, DC, BA Kin (Hons),

Toronto, ON

Chris Michailidis, DC, BA Kin (Hons),

Toronto, ON

The Advanced Functional Assessment course has given me key concepts and clinical techniques that will allow me to advance my clinical experience exponentially. I have not found a course to be so enlightening and inspiring, getting the opportunity to train with an expert like Dr. Alejandro is invaluable.

Richard Lebert, RMT

London, ON

Richard Lebert, RMT

London, ON

I absolutely loved the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture program and would recommend it to anyone. As a chiropractic intern, I found it was the missing piece in my education that helped pull everything together. The instructors were friendly and knowledgeable and the small group teaching setting was ideal for learning. I found the functional approach fascinating and will continue to take the advanced courses to further my knowledge. 

Meredith Brady, DC

Oakville, ON

Meredith Brady, DC

Oakville, ON

Spring 2019

Unit 1 – March 1-2-3, Introduction to Neurofunctional Acupuncture

Unit 2 – March 22-23-24, Upper Extremity Problems – Acute Pain

Unit 3 – April 12-13-14, Axial Skeletal Problems – Visceral Regulation

Unit 4 – May 3-4-5, Head & Face Problems – Chronic Pain Syndromes

Unit 5 – May 24-25-26, Lower Extremity Problems – Integrated Management


Early Bird Registration: Jan 4, 2019
Registration Deadline: Feb 1, 2019

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Fall 2019

Unit 1 – September 6-7-8, 2019, Introduction to Neurofunctional Acupuncture

Unit 2 – September 27-28-29, 2019, Upper Extremity Problems – Acute Pain

Unit 3 – October 18-19-20, 2019, Axial Skeletal Problems – Visceral Regulation

Unit 4 – November 8-9-10, 2019, Head & Face Problems – Chronic Pain Syndromes

Unit 5 – November 29-30, December 1, 2019, Lower Extremity Problems – Integrated Management


Early Bird Registration: July 5, 2019
Registration Deadline: August 2, 2019

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Important Information


Early Bird Registration Deadline: 
$6997.00 CDN

Registration after early bird:
$7697.00 CDN

Student Rate for 1st year graduates, medical residents, and last year students. Limited positions available: $5679.00 CDN

Please note that a $1,800.00 CDN Deposit Payable by Cheque, Money Order or Credit Card to McMaster University is required with each application.

Balance of registration fee is due either on or before the registration deadline.

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