How many hours have you been at work, wishing you were somewhere else? Think of how much time you have spent staring at the clock, listening to managers who do not care about your progress, living the same routine that you have never actually enjoyed. That's all time you could have used to train for a career you could love. Fortunately, every day is a chance to start on a new path.READ MORE
Are you unsure if acupuncture is still relevant given recent advancements in healthcare? Our school has focused on Eastern medicine for the past twenty-five years because we see the benefits in natural healing. However, we are pleased that more and more medical institutions are incorporating Eastern procedures such as acupuncture into their practices. The following excerpt from the University of California, San Diego's website highlights the importance of acupuncture in modern medicine:READ MORE
Mu Li (Oyster Shell) could help conditions related to the liver and kidneys. If natural medicine interests you, let us show you what our school offers.READ MORE
Head of Sarasota County's Nurturing Dads program. Sunday school teacher. Jack Baker led a busy lifestyle, but one thing complicated his daily activities: optic atrophy. Responsible for impairing his vision, this rare condition has no cure. Fortunately, East West College of Natural Medicine was prepared to lend assistance.
Congratulations to EWCNM students and graduates. You did it again! You beat the national average on three of the required national board exams with passage rates of 85% and above. You are to be commended for your hard work and great study habits. In addition, let’s hear it for the faculty at EWCNM who helped prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel.