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The ABCs of TCM and Acupuncture lets prospective patients learn what acupuncture is, what a patient can expect on his/her first visit, what conditions acupuncturists treat, and other important information.
Links provides links to several dozen acupuncture and Oriental
medicine resources on the Internet, including state and national associations
and societies; colleges and institutions; peer-reviewed journals; and
other health-related sites.
Poll is an online polling service. Each month, a new question
relating to acupuncture and Oriental medicine is posted on acupuncturetoday.com.
This service allows members of the profession to cast a vote on a particular
issue. Visitors can also make their opinions known by leaving a comment
in addition to casting a vote.
Schools has information on every ACAOM-accredited and candidate
school in the U.S. and Canada. Each school has its own page, and includes
each school's mission statement; history; information on the types of
degree programs offered; and contact information.
Acupuncturist Locator is a database of every licensed acupuncturist in the United States. The locator is searchable by name, city, state and/or country. It is an ideal search tool for patients looking for an acupuncturist in their area.
Info is for advertisers and suppliers who are interested
in running an ad in Acupuncture Today or on acupuncturetoday.com.
Print and online advertising rates are included, as well as information
on regional advertising, media kits and inserts.
an Acupuncturist lets visitors to acupuncturetoday.com
ask general questions online and have them answered by a team of licensed
Industry News provides information on the latest developments
in acupuncture products and services. This section contains news releases
and product information from schools, vendors, suppliers and other organizations.
Guidelines is for practitioners who are interested in writing
an article and submitting it to Acupuncture Today for review. Included
in this section are a copy of Acupuncture Today's assignment of
copyright and article format requirements, which provide copyright information
and guidance for prospective authors.
Classified Advertising takes viewers to acupuncturetoday.com's online
classified ads. Users can browse through a variety of categories, including
equipment and supplies, associateships with other practitioners, and practices
links to the columnist section on acupuncturetoday.com. Users can view
biographies of AT's columnists, read current and previous articles,
and send e-mail messages to each author.
Center contains a list of conditions that can be treated
by acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.
Us displays acupuncturetoday.com's e-mail directory. Visitors
can read a brief description of each department's responsibilities. The
Contact Us section also includes direct e-mail addresses and telephone/fax
numbers for each department.
Current Issue is the online version of the latest issue of Acupuncture Today, allowing viewers to read the latest news and other articles before they appear in the print version of the publication.
Calendar provides a listing of important events, workshops
and seminars. Users can visit the calendar for events occurring in the
near future, and can search for events based on date, location, sponsor,
and other important criteria.
Herbs & Botanicals lists some of the most popular herbs and botanicals
used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Link to Us
provides users several ways to link to acupuncturetoday.com. Users may link to the site using a traditional text link or an image-based link.
the Staff offers an online directory of the staff of Acupuncture
Today. Meet the Staff is divided by department and includes a small
photograph of each staff member, as well as a description of that person's
job duties. The section also includes e-mail links to each department.
News provides users with interesting stories and news items
from across the country. These stories are web-exclusive in other
words, they do not (unless noted) appear in the print version of Acupuncture
Issues provides a link to the Acupuncture Today
archives. Users can search through every article or graph that's ever
appeared in Acupuncture Today by issue date, or they can conduct
a keyword search to look for specific information.
Vitamins, Minerals and Dietary Supplements section contains information
on popular vitamins, minerals and dietary supplements.