Acupoint Injection Therapy
60-hour Certification Course
offered weekends of Jan. 25 through Feb. 9, 2020
Take your practice to the next level in a safe, relaxed, intimate environment.
This AIT course, offered only to acupuncture school graduates, is in compliance with Florida Board of Acupuncture 2002 requirements, and upon completion the learner will have completed 44 hours of lecture and 16 hours of clinical practice. CEUs will be provided to licensed practitioners upon successful completion of this course.
This course will be held on the weekends of Jan. 25 through
Feb. 9, 2020 for 10 hours on each day of class.
Space is limited for this intimate, hands-on AIT course and seats are filling up fast. Deadline to sign up is Jan. 17, 2020. Register by completing the form below or email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be offering this same program every other month.
If this course is full, check the AcuSpa website to sign up for
our April 2020 course.
Due to the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, AcuSpa will postpone all AIT courses until this threat subsides.
We will update this site when our AIT courses resume.
Please take care and take common sense measures to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Tammy Lee Dippenworth
— Acupuncture Physician
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine
DIPL. OM, DIPL. AC, DIPL. CH
Course Name Acupuncture Injection Therapy
Course Type Live Couse
Description and CE Hours
Florida Board of Acupuncture - Approved CE Hours
Laws and Rules of the Board: 2.00 hours
General: 38.00 hours
Biomedical Sciences: 20.00 hours
This three-weekend course will give practitioners understanding of acupoint injection therapy and its importance as an adjunct modality to treat more difficult conditions. Offered only to acupuncture school graduates, this course is in compliance with Florida Board of Acupuncture 2002 requirements, and upon completion the learner will have completed 44 hours of lecture and practicum, and 16 hours of clinical practice. CEUs will be provided to licensed practitioners upon successful completion of this course, as well as an AIT certificate to send to the Board of Acupuncture to complete licensing.
Acupoint injection therapy best practices
Individualized diagnosis and treatment
Precise and safe injection technique and administration
Proper dosage, method, amount and location
Dates: Weekends of Jan. 25 through Feb. 9, for 10 hours on each day of class.
Cost: $1,000 per person, includes instruction, demonstration, hands-on experience, supplies and handouts. Full payment is due on first day of course by check or credit card. All classes must be attended. Payments are non-refundable.
Location: AcuSpa Orlando 3722 S Conway Rd, Orlando, FL 32812
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Required Reference for this course:
Injection Techniques in Musculoskeletal Medicine: A Practical Manual for Clinician in Primary and Secondary Care
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AcuPoint Injection Therapy 60 hour certification
Instructor: Tammy Lee Dippenworth tDACM
Classes held three weekends consecutively 9am-8pm (10 hour) with 1-hour lunch break
Day 1: 10 hours
History and development of AIT, Differential diagnosis, definitions, concepts and pathophysiology. Introduction to Homeopathics and specific remedies.
Day 2: 8 hours lecture/ 2 hours practice with needle dexterity
Nature, function, channels entered, and contraindications of herbal, homeopathic and nutritional injectables. Review of specific homeopathic formulas and ingredients. Practice dexterity of with 3cc syringes and 27G1/2 needle.
Day 3: 8 hours lecture/2 hours practice with needle/syringe dexterity
Diseases amenable to treatment with AIT and the injections appropriate to treat them. Identification of appropriate points for treatment and palpatory diagnosis. Practice dexterity of 5cc syringe and 27G 1 ¼ needle.
Day 4: 8 hours lecture/ 2 hours dexterity with all needles/syringes
Review of anatomy and referral zones. Identification of appropriate points for treatment and palpatory diagnosis. Practice dexterity with both 3cc/5cc syringes and 27G 1/2 inch and 27G 1 ¼ inch needles.
Day 5: 8 hours lecture/2 hours clinic
Universal precautions and management of bloodborne pathogens and biohazardous waste. Procedures for injections, preparing injectables, contraindications and precautions for AIT. Administration techniques and equipment needed for AIT.
Day 6: 2 hours: Review questions and lecture/8 hours clinic
Florida rules and regulations for AIT/ Clinical Practice