Category Archives: College News/Announcements

Understanding Acupuncture Treatment Frequency Matthew Fellner, DACM, L.Ac. – Acupuncture Dept. Chair ESATM

Understanding Acupuncture Treatment Frequency Matthew Fellner, DACM, L.Ac. – Acupuncture Dept. Chair ESATM May 23, 2019 One of the most frequent questions that people ask about acupuncture, is “how many sessions will I need to get better?” This is completely understandable but also one of the hardest questions to answer definitively. I always tell patients,… Read More »

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Does Free Electrons Flow Through Specific Acupuncture Meridians? As published in Acupuncture Today by Dwight Chien, Alumni Member ESATM

Does Free Electrons Flow Through Specific Acupuncture Meridians? Author: Dwight Chien The AMI (Apparatus for Meridian Identification) was used by G. Chavalier and K. Mori to study the meridians entered by free electrons during Earthing (Contact of body with the earth either by direct grounding or by indirect contact using grounding devices) 1. They studied… Read More »

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The Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine Hosted the first Networking Reception for Women Business Leaders and Owners in the Greater Bloomfield Region!

Organized and sponsored by the Bloomfield Center Alliance, the Suburban Essex Chamber of Commerce and the Bloomfield Town Council, this networking event on April 1, 2019 at ESATM was organized specifically for women business leaders and owners in the greater Bloomfield region. The inaugural networking event had a great turnout and drew more than 42… Read More »

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NJ Governor Murphy and Secretary of Education Zakiya Smith Ellis Announcement Regarding Higher Education!

NJ Governor Murphy and Secretary of Education Zakiya Smith Ellis Announcement Regarding Higher Education! Kelly Williams M.S.Ed Director of Admissions at ESATM         On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, at Rutgers University, Governor Murphy and Secretary of Education Zakiya Smith Ellis announced a Student-Centered Vision for NJ Higher Education. Key points in the… Read More »

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2019 is the Year of the Earth Pig or Boar (Ji Hai in Romanized Mandarin or Ge Hoi in Cantonese)

2019 is the Year of the Earth Pig or Boar (Ji Hai in Romanized Mandarin or Ge Hoi in Cantonese) Lois Denmark, DACM, L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)   The Year of the Pig is the last animal sign of the 12 Year Chinese Zodiac Cycle As such it is often considered predictive of an ‘auspicious… Read More »

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Eastern Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 3

Eastern Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 3 The Eastern Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, EJCAM, is a peer reviewed journal affiliated with the Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine. EJCAM however acts independently from the school in pursuit of its own mission. The mission of EJCAM is to publish and distribute… Read More »

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2018 Donguibogam Academy International Educational Outreach Program of Korean Medicine

Our esteemed faculty member Dr. Robert Lee, DC, L.Ac. (also the President of the Donguibogam Academy) has provided us with the Academy’s update and review of 2018 which includes the visit of the Donguibogam Academy to the Eastern School! We are proud to be able to introduce Korean medicine to our students and continue to… Read More »

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Using Your Breath to Beat the Winter Blues

  Matthew Fellner, DACM, L.Ac. ESATM Faculty Member, Acupuncture Department Head Using Your Breath to Beat the Winter Blues Now that it’s January and winter is in full swing, most people begin to notice the doldrums of shorter days and cold, snowy weather.  For many people, the winter blues are bad enough to cause SAD… Read More »

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Chinese Medicine: Foods for Fall

Chinese Medicine: Foods for Fall Lois Denmark, DACM, L. Ac., Dipl.OM (NCCAOM) ,Theory Department Chair, ESATM The Wu Xing or Five Phases includes the five seasons: Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn or Fall and Winter. Category Wood Fire  Earth Metal Water Season Spring Summer Late Summer Fall/Autumn Winter Climate Wind Heat Damp Dryness Cold Organ… Read More »

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National AOM Day at ESATM

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day is observed annually on October 24 since its initial commemoration on October 24, 2002. It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Source:http://aomday.org/ The Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine participates annually on AOM Day by… Read More »

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