In BTCM: Basics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, you will explore the fundamental concepts in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Various theories will be discussed including the concept of Qi, Yin and Yang, etiopathology and principles for diagnosis and treatment. You will apply your knowledge in the selection of acupuncture points and protocols for treatment. Expert faculty in the field of TCM will guide your learning.
What You Will Learn in BTCM: Basics of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Apply the holistic view of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to guide clinical practice.
- Apply therapeutic guiding principles of TCM to diagnosis and treatment.
- Use TCM diagnostic method to assess the patient.
- Identify protocols related to TCM diagnosis.
- Select acupuncture treatment based on TCM diagnosis.
Acupuncture Canada Membership plus Clinical Applications in Anatomical Acupuncture (AA2) course has to be completed. If you are participating in an onsite session of the course in a province in which you are not licensed, you may require a courtesy registration. Please contact the regulatory college in the province where the onsite session is taking place to confirm their requirements. Please review our cancellation policy before registering.
$1285.00 plus applicable taxes
COVID-19 update: The onsite component of courses scheduled for early 2021 have been postponed in most provinces. We will reschedule these in-person sessions as soon as safely possible and we encourage students to continue with their online study until then. We’re monitoring public health restrictions and will keep students advised on any changes. We are limiting enrolments in courses, to keep groups small so when onsite sessions can be offered it is safer. There is daily screening at the onsite components of courses and PPE is required. Please contact us if you have any questions about courses being offered and our safety protocols during Covid-19.
Please review our cancellation policy before you register. If you are pregnant you will need to bring a partner to be needled in your stead at the onsite session. Please contact the Acupuncture Canada office to make arrangements. If you are attending a course in a province where you are not licensed to practice, you may need a courtesy registration. Please contact the local regulatory college where you are going for your training.