Cosmetic Acupuncture Seminar. Evanston, IL. February 1-2, 2020. 14 CME/PDA/CEU
There are 7 seats left as of January 15, 2020.
Please. register early to ensure your seat at the seminar.
To register with a student discount, send an email to: Innamorris@icloud.com.
Throughout my career at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine as a faculty member and a clinic supervisor (2010-2016), I developed a clinic curriculum in body rejuvenation and cosmetic acupuncture, training students in facial and body rejuvenation techniques without the opportunity of giving them a professional certificate. My interest in the field began when I was first introduced to cosmetic acupuncture in Siberia, where I traveled and practiced with the group of physicians. Later, in the United States, I was introduced to this modality by my college professors who learned it in China. In response to my own interest, as well as the overwhelming academic and public demand, I have developed a new program that trains and certifies Medical Doctors, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Dentistry, Doctors of Osteopathy, and Licensed Acupuncturists in Cosmetic Acupuncture.
I conduct trainings and seminars in various fields of eastern medicine. After many years of practice and teaching, I have perfected a curriculum to tailor to the interests of medical practitioners, as well as the changing demands of the field. Taught by the only instructor of Integrative Cosmetic Medicine in the Midwest, this program gives physicians a strong edge in the filed by helping them expand their patient base by meeting the rising demand for cosmetic acupuncture. In 2019, this seminar was approved by the NCCAOM, and now it provides 14PDA/CEU for the acupuncture licenses throughout the United States.