Tri-State College
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
Acupuncture & Massage therapy School

 

It is known that the acupuncture industry in the US has been more advanced than Japan (and other asian nations) for many different reasons. More and more Japanese acupuncturists, and Korean or Chinese, may start coming to the US seeking better opportunities or to expand into new markets. With the new health care system in place, Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"), acupuncture treatment will be covered more and more on health plans for individuals. This will allow more people to consider acupuncture treatment as an alternative medicine. In particular, New York is becoming the leading place in America where people are very interested in and open to the oriental medicine.

Acupuncture  is considered one of the emerging occupations in the US according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. A very exciting development has occurred in oriental medicine industry. Acupuncture will be officially recognized as a first profession by Standard Occupational Classification in 2018. This is extremely exciting news and offers great potential to those with a serious interest in becoming an acupuncturist!

Because of these factors, I say that getting a Doctral/Master degree in acupuncture with a license to work in the US will open up for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese acupuncturist. They can expand their professional success not only in their own countries but also in America and internationally.
 
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Here are Spark's recommended colleges for Acupuncture education in New York.

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Swedish Institute