Acupuncture and Clinical Neuroscience
The Carrick Institute is proud to welcome Acupuncturists to our programs! At the Carrick Institute, we are integrating traditional Chinese needling methods with a modern approach and knowledge of the neurology, neuroscience, and neurological rehabilitation associated with Acupuncture. The acupuncturist of the future understands these connections and uses this knowledge to provide the most effective treatment when working with neurological conditions.
Carrick Institute’s mission is to train Doctors of Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturists and Medical Acupuncturists in the art and skill of Acupuncture and Clinical Neuroscience.
For acupuncturists who are looking to complete their required continuing education hours for the NCCAOM safety and ethics and Florida medical errors.
Acupuncture and Neurology
This program is designed for the acupuncturists who are curious about incorporating Clinical Neuroscience concepts into their practice.
Clinicians from all disciplines are now understanding how important it is to be able to have a grasp on neurophysiology and apply it to their clinical care. This online program is an introduction for those who practice acupuncture and Chinese medicine to a patient-centered functional neurology paradigm of care.
Dates & Locations – Cape Canaveral, FL – Self-Paced Learning Coming Soon
neurological exam for the acupuncture clinician
This program is for acupuncturists looking to take their neurological examination skills to the next level.
Learn neurological exams specific to the central nervous system, with an appreciation for the functional connections between regions of the brain and neuronal networks.
Dates & Locations – Cape Canaveral, FL – October 2-4th, 2020
Acupuncture - Safety in Neurology: Dizziness and Vertigo
Dizziness and vertigo both dramatically increase the risk for falls and subsequent injuries. Learn how to differentiate dizziness from vertigo, understand possible etiologies of dizziness and vertigo, neurological red flags for tumors, and functional examinations of patients with dizziness or vertigo. This course is a 2-credit course that meets the NCCAOM requirements for safety and ethics and Florida medical errors.
Available via online, self-paced learning.