ESATM Traditional Herbal Program 2017

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine exist as historical counterparts intersecting often and combining to provide medicine that philosophically endows the basic principle of yin/yang. Acupuncture, using needles to puncture the skin to affect the internal processes of the body is balanced by the working of herbal medicine which improves health from the inside-out. Chinese herbal… Read More »

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ESATM at the MetLife Stadium Health and Fitness Expo!

MetLife Stadium Health and Fitness Expo The Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine’s staff, faculty and students had another great experience at the May 2017 NBC/Telemundo MetLife Expo presented by Quest Diagnostics. The event is free and open to the public generates people from all around the tristate area. Events included healthy cooking demonstrations,… Read More »

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A Look at Acupuncture Education

A Look at Acupuncture Education The practice of acupuncture provides a rewarding and successful career path to those interested in the world of ancient Oriental medicine. Regardless of where you want to take your career, the first step is to get a quality education. But how do you know where to go? Are there specific… Read More »

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5 Traits in Transitioning from Acupuncture Student to Acupuncture Practitioner

5 Traits in Transitioning from Acupuncture Student to Acupuncture Practitioner If you’re in acupuncture school working on building a career in contemporary medicine, you’ve taken the first step. As with most professions, one of the keys to a successful career in acupuncture is being a successful student before you start practicing. Self-starting. Those who set… Read More »

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Spring 2017 is Here!

  SPRING春 The three months of Spring are characterized by effusion and outreaching. Heaven and earth are both being engendered, and together engender life; the ten thousand things prosper at this time. [During Spring] one should sleep at night and wake up early; [a person] walks through the courtyard with long strides. Let the hair… Read More »

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NJAAOM Sees a Victory in the NJ Dry Needling Law

As seen on NJ.com courtesy of NJAAOM Photo courtesy of Jason Sargis President NJAAOM A Cedar Grove businessman pushed to protect the integrity of his industry and the safety of acupuncture patients. Jason Sargis, who has owned Total Acupuncture on Pompton Avenue in Cedar Grove since 2015, serves as president of the New Jersey Association… Read More »

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Top 5 Acupuncture School Questions Answered

  Have you realized the power of Eastern medicine and decided to pursue a career in acupuncture? The first step is to turn your passion into knowledge with a solid education at a reputable acupuncture school. As you search for the institution that will guide you in your exploration of this ancient wisdom and holistic… Read More »

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Pioneer Chinese doctor was a municipal treasure in John Day

Article courtesy of Offbeat Oregon Settlers in John Day in the late 1800s learned the healer of Kam Wah Chung could cure diseases others couldn’t; all his patients survived the fatal Spanish Flu epidemic in 1919 The Kam Wah Chung building in John Day, as it appears today. (Image: Finetooth/Wikimedia) By Finn J.D. John —… Read More »

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How Much Does Acupuncture School Cost?

  There are many things to consider when deciding on a career. Will it provide a sense of purpose, the opportunity for growth, and a sound income? Whether this will be your first job or you’re switching occupations, it’s up to you to find the right fit.   Once you start to narrow down your… Read More »

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NJ Dry Needling Decision- physical therapists are not authorized to engage in dry needling or intramuscular stimulation

On behalf of Jason Sargis, DAOM, Dipl. Ac., L.Ac. President New Jersey Association for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine   “Accordingly you are advised that under the current statute, physical therapists are not authorized to engage in dry needling or intramuscular stimulation.” – NJ Attorney General These are words we have long awaited in NJ and… Read More »

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