News & Announcements

November 18, 2015 OPEN HOUSE !Oct 23 2015

Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine invites all those interested in a career in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine to our OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 4:00pm to 8:00pm, at 100 E. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL. Currently enrolling for January 2016 Class.

 Come join us to discover how Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine can help improve your health and quality of life!

 Tour ATOM College and Clinic

  • Meet and speak with our students and physician/teachers
  • FREE  Tongue & Pulse Diagnosis
  • Observe an Acupuncture treatment
  • Learn how it’s done and why it’s so effective.

 Become an Acupuncture Physician! Next Class starts January 4th, 2016. Complete your Bachelor of Health Sciences & Master’s of Oriental Medicine in 36 months (4 academic years). Federal Student Aid available. Approved for Veteran Training. Accredited by Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM). Approved by the California Board of Acupuncture.

 Visit our website www.atom.edu and Call 954-763-9840, or email admissions@atom.edu  for more information today!

Japanese Meridian Therapy Techniques for the Treatment of Fertility (4 Hours) Cameron Bishop, DAOM, L. Ac Sunday 7/26/2015 at 2:00pm – 6:00pmJul 22 2015

Sunday 7/26/2015 at 2:00pm – 6:00pm

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
This class review the treatment strategies of Kyoro Nakada for fertility who has been practicing acupuncture over 30 years. He is President of the Toyohari Association of Japan. This class discusses theory, moxa, EV, root treatments, the treatment of Oketsu, and Muno treatments.

Seminar participants are eligible to receive continuing education (CEU) credits for Florida licensing purposes.

To register: Contact Millie: 954-763-9840 ext. 207 or email: atom@atom.edu

Outside Licensed Acupuncturists…………..$120.00
ATOM Alumni………………..……………………...$100.00
Outside Acupuncture Students………………..$60.00
ATOM Faculty……………….……………………..…$50.00

Acupuncture for Infertility and IVF: A Practical Approach (4 Hrs) Sunday at 9:00am – 1:00pmJul 22 2015

Sunday 7/26/2015 at 9:00pm – 1:00pm

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
This class will review the mechanisms and published clinical trials supporting the use of acupuncture as adjunct therapy for infertility and IVF.
This class will also discuss practical treatments for various infertility and IVF patients based on clinical experience.

Seminar participants are eligible to receive continuing education (CEU) credits for Florida licensing purposes.

To register: Contact Millie: 954-763-9840 ext. 207 or email: atom@atom.edu

Outside Licensed Acupuncturists…………..$120.00
ATOM Alumni………………..……………………...$100.00
Outside Acupuncture Students………………..$60.00
ATOM Faculty……………….……………………..…$50.00

SUNDAY, August 23, 2015: If you suffer with Eczema or Psoriasis: free consultation & acupuncture treatmentJul 22 2015

If you suffer with Eczema or Psoriasis, ATOM’s Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) program invites you for a “free consultation & acupuncture treatment” (herbs not included).  Patients are seen by Licensed Acupuncturists & supervised by  an expert in that field. Treatments are observed by the class. Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine (ATOM), 100 E. Broward Blvd., Suite 100, Ft. Lauderdale.

Please call for an appointment: 954-763-9840 ext. 201.

Upcoming Seminars: A Practical Presentation of Florida Laws and Rules and Key Herbs in Integrative OncologJun 27 2015

Amy J Sear, A.P, Dipl. O.M:
A Practical Presentation
of Florida Laws
and Rules (2 Hrs)

Key Herbs in Integrative
Oncology (6 Hrs)

A Practical Presentation of Florida Laws and Rules (2 Hours) Amy J Sear, A.P, Dipl. O.M
SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
Every renewal cycle, Amy designs a new course – fulfilling the requirement for 2 hours on FL Laws and Rules for the Acupuncture profession.
Each time she provides an explanation of everything that is new since the last renewal, as well as the potential upcoming future changes.
She also picks specific topics, within all of the many Laws and Rules, and focuses on them – with simplicity, clarity and a definite practical
emphasis. This year she will provide focus on these topics:
• What is new since last renewal • Potential future changes • What things you can, and can’t, have staff do in your office
• Independent contractor considerations legal ones, illegal ones, taxes, patient medical records, etc information of value to both/either sides
of this relationship
•. Tips and practical advice on what to do and how to handle a discipline complaint or charge against you

Key Herbs in Integrative Oncology (6 Hours)
SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
Herbs play an ever increasing role in Integrative Oncology. This course will provide and cover all of the most important, most well recognized
herbs – for use at various times throughout the Cancer journey. Organized, focused, and loaded with information: about when, when not, and
how. Herbs will be discussed from the chinese medicine perspective, but also extensive information relating to documented modern
biomedical knowledge will be highlighted. Focus will be mostly on individual herbs, but some noteworthy formulas for use in Integrative
Oncology are included, as are numerous resources for future learning.
Amy is one of few experts in this topic nationwide. And she is an experienced and well respected speaker. This is a unique opportunity to
get great information, chiseled down by an expert.