Acupuncture School in Louisiana - LA

Acupuncture schools in Louisiana provide students with a wide selection of paths towards their career goals. Unlike many other states, Louisiana requires students to train extensively in traditional medicine in order to practice acupuncture. Both Doctors of Medicine (MD) and Doctors of Osteopathy (DO) may perform acupuncture, but only after completing a six month training program that covers traditional Chinese acupuncture and is Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) approved. Acupuncture assistants may practice with far less formal medical training, and can generally certify after thirty-six months of training in an ACAOM approved program.

Louisiana's fifty-one public and twenty-four private universities help students to achieve their acupuncture licensing goals regardless of which path they choose. The state's schools offer the selection and flexibility that allow students to pursue either an MD, a DO, or the necessary program to work as an acupuncture assistant.

Students in Louisiana often take advantage of distance learning education in order to broaden their degree program selection and work around a strictly scheduled lifestyle. According to the United States Department of Education, some two-thirds of two and four-year schools across the nation provide at least some distance education options.

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