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We’ve been teaching health professionals how to integrate acupuncture into their practice for 40 years. Our teaching certificate guarantees the highest standards of treatment and professional care.

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Our hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. | Registration deadline for the fall intake of Clinical Applications in Anatomical Acupuncture (AA2) is October 5, 2018. Onsite sessions are in Toronto, Halifax and Vancouver. | Registration is open for the winter intake of Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture (AA1). Courses start online January 7, 2019. Register today for onsite sessions in Toronto or Calgary. | Dry Needling courses are being offered in Halifax, Vancouver and Toronto in spring 2019.
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Lessons from the 2018 Orthopaedic Symposium

Guest post from Catharine Maxwell-Palmer, BScPT, FCAMT, CAFCI. Catharine is an instructor with Acupuncture Canada and President-Elect of the Board of Directors. She practices in Calgary.

Orthopaedic Symposium

In mid-October, I had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Orthopaedic Symposium, jointly hosted by CAMPT (Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy) and the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA (Canadian Physiotherapy Association). The one-day presentations included speakers covering a variety of topics, from concussion to OA of the knee, from excellence to social media.…Read More

From patient to practitioner to educator. One physiotherapist’s career path with acupuncture.

Linda Dyer-Macdonald is a teacher at Acupuncture Canada, as well as a registered physiotherapist.  She owns and operates her own clinic, Sport-Medic Physiotherapy, in Orangeville, Ontario.  She graduated from Western University with a Bachelor of Science.

Acupuncture became central to her practice years ago, after her introduction to it as a patient.  In 1997 she joined the faculty of Acupuncture Canada.  A few years ago she led development of our Acupuncture Refresher Course.  Linda’s journey shows the difference acupuncture can make in a career.…Read More

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Dry Needling vs. Acupuncture?

Although the practice of Dry Needling (DN) began to develop in the US in the 1940s, it was not until acupuncture made its way to North America in the 1970s that significant interest in DN took hold. Dry Needling is defined as the insertion of needles into tender points in the body without the injection…Read More

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