Fall Semester at PIHMA Starts August 2nd

Open House 2014-7-11


Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) is one of the fastest growing complementary healthcare fields in the U.S. Now is the perfect time to explore and take the steps that lead to a career in acupuncture. Join the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA) College & Clinic for an Open House on Friday, July 11 during the hours of 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and stay for a free screening of the movie “Samsara” afterwards. Tour the campus and the PIHMA Herbal Medicinary, attend the admissions information session, and experience a complimentary auricular (ears only) acupuncture treatment!




Applications for Fall Semester, which starts August 2, are currently being accepted.

Are you a future practitioner of acupuncture or Asian medicine? Come and talk with us if you like the sound of that and can see yourself helping people with one of the safest, most effective healing therapies developed for pain management and the gamut of health conditions both acute and chronic.

Pursuing a degree in acupuncture or Oriental Medicine and then taking the National Board or California State Board Exams in order to set up your medical practice is a challenging, yet exciting career path available to you through the classes and supervised clinical training experiences available through Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA). With flexible scheduling, outstanding faculty and many other resources, our specialized and accredited training provides the gateway to the world of American-Asian medicine and your career!

Many currently employed healthcare professionals are gravitating toward these degrees in an effort to provide integrative care, helping to guide patients to the range of treatment options available today through Oriental medicine. Even those who have no prior work experience in healthcare can successfully launch their new acupuncture practice and provide relief for a multitude of conditions, ranging from upper respiratory infections to chronic disease, pain issues from frozen shoulders to sciatica, depression and emotional stress to prevention and wellness.

Graduates of our programs have a foundation in both Western biomedicine sciences and traditional Oriental medicine theory and practicum. You too can become fully trained to use the holistic tools of acupuncture, acupressure and other forms of Asian bodywork, herbal medicine and dietary therapy, exercise and meditation.

So, share your questions with us and learn how to begin your studies at PIHMA College & Clinic as soon as August 2, 2014. Please RSVP for the Fall Open House now; it is just weeks away!



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