Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine (ATOM) provides extremely effective, low cost treatment for many medical conditions with acupuncture and Oriental medicine at its various ATOM-operated and affiliated clinics. ATOM’s community-oriented clinics provide opportunities for its students to complete their clinical internship requirements for ATOM’s Master in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) and Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (DAOM) programs. The training environment, coordinated by ATOM’s highly experienced and licensed clinical faculty, allows interns to practice acupuncture & Oriental medicine under close supervision and constant consultation. ATOM Clinic patients are typically treated by our student interns, but may elect to receive acupuncture & Oriental medicine treatment by a member of our licensed clinical faculty for an extra charge.
At ATOM operated and affiliated clinics, acupuncture and Oriental medicine care is more than just symptom relief. Ultimately, the goal of ATOM and its related clinics is to improve the life and health of patients.
ATOM Operated & Affiliated Clinics
The ATOM Intern Clinic, located on campus, is ATOM’s primary clinic for acupuncture and Oriental medicine students completing their internship as a requirement for graduation from ATOM’s professional training programs. ATOM Clinic patients are treated by either interns or a member of our licensed clinical faculty. Both licensed Medical Doctors and Acupuncture Physicians oversee the delivery of patient care.
The ATOM Intern Clinic provides care to thousands of patients each year. We offer personalized therapies that address a wide range of common health needs, including routine care, long-term management of chronic conditions and preventive medicine. The ATOM Intern Clinic provides comprehensive acupuncture and Oriental medicine care for a wide range of medical conditions, including, but not limited to, disorders of the neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory, gastroenterological, endocrine, circulatory, gynecological and dermatological systems, among many others. The Clinic also provides treatment for addictions and smoking cessation, depression, anxiety, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
The ATOM Intern Clinic includes spacious patient treatment rooms with appropriate equipment for comprehensive acupuncture and Oriental medicine treatments, as well as a fully stocked herbal pharmacy.
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Wednesday, 9:00am – 9:00pm; Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday, 1:00pm – 5:00pm.
Location: Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine
100 E. Broward Blvd, Suite 100
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Schedule an Appointment: 954-763-9840, Ext. 201
The Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine Community Clinic offers FREE ACUPUNCTURE for military personnel and veterans as well as low cost care to members of the public; herbal prescriptions, injection therapy, patches, Oriental Bodywork Massage, Plum needle and Gua Sha treatments are also available for a modest charge.
Veteran patients may choose from the following treatment options: 1. Free Community style auricular acupuncture for PTSD and anxiety (VETERANS ONLY-administered by senior interns) 2. Body acupuncture (administered by senior interns). 3. Auricular or body acupuncture (administered by a clinical faculty member for modest additional fee).
ATOM welcomes all veterans and the members of the public to experience the healing power of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Schedule an Appointment: (954) 763-9840(954) 763-9840 Ext 201
The Light of the World Clinic is an ATOM-affiliated clinic operated as a non-profit organization providing comprehensive medical services to the indigent in Fort Lauderdale. Both licensed western medical doctors and Acupuncture Physicians oversee patient care. Click here for additional information on the Light of the World Clinic.
Hours of Operation: Thursday, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Light of the World Clinic
806 E. Prospect Road
Oakland Park, Florida 33334
Schedule an Appointment: 954-563-9876