Vermont Acupuncture Association

The VTAA is a non-profit association, representing Vermont practitioners and consumers of Oriental Medical therapies including Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Asian Bodywork, Tai Chi and Qi Gong.
 
We're working to:
- Promote greater access to Oriental medicine through education and advocacy
- Provide resources to VTAA members 
- Improve the quality of Oriental Medical care by educating consumers and professionals of the best clinical practices
- Protect patients' access to all forms of Oriental Medicine, and their right to receive it from a properly trained professional
 
Be a partner to change - JOIN THE VTAA! 
Check out these Membership Benefits
Now available to all VTAA members
A free online subscription to Meridians: The Journal of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine 
 
To subscribe follow this link:
Create an account and self-certify your VTAA membership for free access. 
Then place order for zero-cost PDF download of the issue. Print copies available for discount as well on the Meridians website. 
VTAA NEWS

VTAA Position on Dry Needling

               The VTAA Board of Directors has published the position paper on Dry Needling ... more

VTAA Support of ADT:

At the VTAA's 2016 Annual Meeting the Membership voted and passed the following motion:

“The Vermont Acupuncture Association (VTAA) supports the use of Acu Detox for behavioral health in mental health systems to match the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association's (NADA) mission, and by licensed counselors in private practice, who are regulated by The Vermont Office of Professional Regulation (OPR).”
Read the letter

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