with Frank Yurasek
May 27, 2023 – 9am PDT, 12pm EDT
To: faculty, students, staff, administration, alumni, governing board, clinic patients and other communities of interest
Chicago College of Oriental Medicine will be hosting an ONSITE accreditation site visit from the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine (ACAHM).
May 23-25, 2023
TO BE REVIEWED:
Institution and its Master of Acupuncture and Master of Oriental Medicine programs
SITE VISIT TEAM CHAIR:
Dr. Patricia Casello-Maddox, firstname.lastname@example.org, cell (651) 592-7026
Mrs. Donna Hurta, Dr. Joseph Schibner, Dr. Xiaotian Shen
The team welcomes the opportunity for interested parties to meet privately and confidentially with the site visitors. To make an appointment for a private meeting with the team, an individual may contact the chair of the visiting team via contact info above.
The request for a private meeting and the meeting itself will be held confidential.
ACAHM is recognized by the United States Department of Education as the specialized accreditation agency for institutions/programs preparing acupuncture practitioners. ACAHM is located at 500 Lake Street, Suite 204, Excelsior, MN 55331; phone 952/212-2434; www.acahm.org
CORE | A pain-management-focused training of Level 1 presented on-site as a live 3-day intensive
Master the Science of Neuro-auricular Pain Abatement
This live 3-day on-site training hosted by the Chicago College of Oriental Medicine covers Level 1 and offers medical professionals an accelerated curriculum with a pain-management focused deep dive into Auricular Medicine.
Successful pain management while reducing the need for opioids — a 60% reduction by one study — is just one of the reasons for the use of auricular methods at leading medical institutions.[1-5] Other reasons for the evidence-based pain reduction that auricular methods support, include: cost reduction, access and efficiency, alignment with integrative approaches, and promise to provide a means for successful opioid tapering.[6-7]
This course goes beyond auricular protocols and ear acupuncture for access to specific neural insights — a neurofunctional course that may very well transform your approach to pain management.
No matter your field, this course presents multi-modal tools such as manual stimulation, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, needles, and laser, so that you can easily apply the methods learned within the scope of your practice. Start optimizing outcomes and addressing the multi-faceted complexity of pain.