Certificate In Acupuncture Mississauga
Acupuncture is a technique in which practitioners stimulate specific points on the body, most often by inserting thin needles through the skin. It is one of the practices used in traditional Chinese medicine. Results from a number of studies suggest that acupuncture may help ease types of pain that are often chronic such as low-back pain, neck pain, and osteoarthritis/knee pain. It also may help reduce the frequency of tension heaches and prevent migraine headadhes. Therefore, acupuncture appears to be a reasonable option for people with chronic pain to consider. However, clinical practice guidelines are inconsitent in recommendations about acupuncture. The effects of acupuncture on the brain and body and how best to measure them are only beginning to be understood. Current evidence suggests that many factors like expectation and belief â€“ that are unrelated to acupuncture needling may play important roles in the beneficial effects of acupuncture on pain.
What Science Say About Side Effects Of Acupuncture 1. Relatively few complications from using acupuncture have been reported. Still, complications have resulted from use of nonsterile needles and improper delivery of treatments. 2. When not delivered properly, acupuncture can cause serious adverse effects including infections, punctured organs, collapsed lungs, and injury to the central nervous system.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a growing profession with an exciting future. In addition to the traditional area of employment (private and group practices, fitness and health clubs, chiropractic and naturopathic offices, athletic venues), we are seeing expansion of work opportunities into direct medical care environments such as hospitals, rehabilitation centres, chronic care facilities and multidisciplinary practices. There are many colleges in Mississuaga that offer Diploma courses in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Of them, Canadian College of Chinese Traditional Medicine is the best college.
In North America, Traditional Chinese Medicine is typically regulated by province or state, and each one has its own set of requirements. Ontario graduates who have completed one of the most extensive programs in North America generally find that the requirements of other jurisdictions are easily met. Portability within Canada is generally a simple process of presenting Ontario credentials.
CCTM are a warm, energetic, engaged community of people who appreciate and support each other. Their students come from diverse backgrounds and walks of life. The faculty are experts with wide-ranging clinical practices and an average of more than 10 years teaching experience. They are dedicated to promoting patientâ€™s health, students success, and their graduates careers.
The curriculum is built from years of experience, through clinical experience and academic research. The clinical program gives students unparalleled access to different types of people and health conditions. They build confidence and skill through classroom-to-clinic integration and a focus on experimential learning. They provide on-site and off-site placements that include broad access to hospital and rehabilitation settings.
Admission Requirements At CCTM
Minimum 2 years of post-secondary education or equivalent professional experience.
A non-refundable $100 application fee; $100 for international students.
3. Two letters of recommendation attesting to your individual learning capacities, skills, and attitude. 4. Demonstrated understanding of the responsibilities associated with being a health care professional. 5. Personal letter (200-300 words) detailing your ablities, purpose, and motivation for studying at Canadian college of Traditional Chinese Medicine.