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  • jingwell
    US-CA-Sacramento-Acupuncturist Education/License/Certification: High School graduate or equivalent. CA Licensed Acupuncturist. Current CPR
    Message 1 of 865 , Jul 1, 2000
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      US-CA-Sacramento-Acupuncturist <br><br><br>
      Education/License/Certification:<br>High School graduate or equivalent. CA Licensed
      Acupuncturist. Current CPR
      certification.<br>Qualifications:<br>Graduate of an approved school and complete four academic
      years of education with a minimum of 1548 hours of
      theory; clinical medicine including dentistry, Chi, Chi
      Kung, traditional Oriental medicine theory and
      diagnosis, needling techniques, moxibustion and acupressure;
      herbology; practice management and ethics and 800 hours of
      clinical training. Current license to practice acupuncture
      in the State of California (must remain current).
      Effective verbal and written communication skills required.
      Highest level of demonstrated courtesy to members,
      physicians and peers required. Ability to participate in
      protocol development. Ability to carry out all functional
      and environmental requirements as outlined in the job
      description. Prolonged standing, walking, and use of hands
      required with ability to assist with lifting and moving
      patients.<br>Preferred Qualifications:<br><br>Duties:<br>Provides an
      accurate diagnosis supported by medical findings based
      standardized examinations and techniques generally accepted by
      the medical community. This includes TCM and Western
      diagnostic techniques. Produces complete, accurate, uniform,
      and replicable examinations. Provides quality
      treatment to cure of relieve the medical condition causing
      the patient's complaint. Documents an opinion whether
      anatomic loss, functional loss and physical complaints of
      the patient are work related. When working in the
      Workers compensation system, writes a comprehensive
      medical report describing the degree of injury consistent
      with Workers Compensation terminology and
      <br><br><br>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br>Additional Information <br>Position Type: Part Time <br>Ref
      Code: ros0000238
      <br><br>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br>Contact Information <br>Tammy
      Franklin<br>Tamblyn.M.Franklin@...<br>Kaiser Permanente California<br>3240 Arden
      Way<br>Sacramento CA 95825<br>Fax: (916) 486-5249
    • bob_and_robin
      Hi Bert, Yes acupuncture has been used for animals for years. I think
      Message 865 of 865 , Jan 31, 2002
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        Hi Bert,<br>Yes acupuncture has been used for
        animals for years. I think
        <a href=http://homepage.tinet.ie/~progers/study.htm target=new>http://homepage.tinet.ie/~progers/study.htm</a> may have some info about it. There are also a
        number of books on the subject check also
        www.redwingbooks.com or www.bluepoppy.com (hope those are right).
        Acupuncture is used in many operations in China. There are a
        few tests they run prior to cutting. About 50% can
        use it with success. It is also very good for post
        operative pain, such as tooth extraction. You may also find
        some other links at
        <a href=http://acupuncture.8k.com/acupvil.htm target=new>http://acupuncture.8k.com/acupvil.htm</a><br>this one is one of the best collections of links
        around.<br>Hope this helps,<br>Bob
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