Ready to see the best of both worlds? If you would rather tackle a disease's roots rather than treat the symptoms, consider studying both Eastern and Western medicine. East West College of Natural Medicine offers a master of science degree in oriental medicine that can help you on this path. Our school is home to many knowledgeable instructors who care about your success, such as Dr. John Orsborn.
One reason some students chose to study Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine at EWCNM is because of the instructors, like Dr. Steven Roensch. Below is a video of him speaking at a free event open to the public. Listen for yourself and you may decide our college is right for you too. Here are graduate comments:READ MORE
Acupuncture is proclaimed to be the newest “oldest” profession rapidly growing in the United States. Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) has been in use for thousands of years around the world because it has withstood the test of time proving to safely relieve many common health complaints. However, acupuncture is on a significant rise in the US.READ MORE
As adult literature continues to determine the efficacy of acupuncture, the utilization and awareness of acupuncture in the treatment of pediatric conditions is also gaining increased attention. Through various examinations of 43 pain clinics in North American children’s hospitals, approximately a third offered acupuncture services. The findings focused on prevalence rates of children being referred for acupuncture as well as the acceptability of the children’s parents.READ MORE
We are well-established in the integrated medical community
The EWCNM’s MSOM program has operated for over 25 years.
The night following qualifications, Michael Phelps (an American gold medalist swimmer) was seen at the pool arena in Rio de Janiero prepping for his first Olympic swimming match with what appeared to be multiple purple circular markings on his upper body. Within minutes, social media went into a frenzy questioning those strange markings. Within 12 hours, the source beyond those circular marks was explained in one word, cupping.READ MORE