Japanese Acupuncture | AIMC Berkeley

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"I realize that there are some differences between Chinese and Japanese acupuncture especially needling...
"I realize that there are some differences between Chinese and Japanese acupuncture especially needling and moxibustion techniques, the importance of palpitations to find the active points ...that's what makes Japanese acupuncture unique." Koki Kawanami, AIMC Berkeley professor, talks about his history of being born in the United States and raised in Japan. After moving back to the United States as a Japanese licensed acupuncturist, he became an acupuncturist in the United States as well. AIMC Berkeley is a non-profit integrative medicine college that prepares students for careers in alternative medicine and offers a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM). AIMC Berkeley is a nonprofit organization that is committed to the development of caring, proficient, and successful practitioners who serve our communities and the Oriental medicine profession worldwide by treating illness and promoting health and wellness. Call today for more information.
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