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A tribute from Pam Ferguson Dipl.ABT (NCCAOM), AOBTA-CI, LMT, AOMA’s ABT Dean Emerita  During Covid’s peak, I loved the way early and recent AOMA alums rallied to my call for volunteers to join us in giving 15-minute “stress-busting” sessions for the ICU and ER day and night crews at St David’s North Austin Medical Center. We […]

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Back to Acupuncture! AOMA’s Clinic Reopening and Response to COVID-19

At AOMA, we continue to be committed to the health and well-being of our patients and staff during this unprecedented time. We want to thank you for bearing with us during the COVID-19 crisis as we were required to close our clinics to in-person services. Effective Wednesday, July 15, 2020, we will reopen our North […]

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How Chinese Herbal Medicine Can Support Women’s Hormones

By Dr. Jing Fan, M.D.(China), Ph.D., L.Ac. Endocrine disorders are very common issues for women, often closely related to stress, diet, work, and rest. It is believed that hyperinsulinemia is related to increased androgen levels and obesity, and type 2 diabetes. In turn, obesity can increase insulin levels, which exacerbates polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Several […]

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Chinese Medicine and Sinus Allergies

By John Scott, DOM In this article on treating patients with sinus allergies with Chinese Medicine, I would like to focus on treating root causes. Quite often when treating sinus allergies the immediate focus is on symptoms which are really considered a branch treatment. In Chinese medicine we don’t treat the allergen; we treat the […]

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The AOMA Difference

When searching for an Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine program it is important to look for programs that will help you optimize your success long-term. To help you navigate the process, we put together a list of academic and institutional benefits that AOMA’s Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine programs offer to help you reach your […]

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An Integrative Approach to Epilepsy Care

Epilepsy is one of the most common brain disorders in America, actively effecting roughly 3.4 million people nationwide. A disorder housed in the Central Nervous System (CNS), Epilepsy is primarily characterized by the presence of seizures that can effect the whole brain (generalized) or a portion of the brain (focal). Given the dynamic existence of the disorder, […]

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Meet The Veterans of AOMA!

In honor of Veterans Day, our Senior Director of Student Services, Dami Tokoya recently sat down with a few of our veteran students to discuss the impact being in the military made on them, and how their time serving the Nation influenced them to practice integrative medicine here at AOMA.  Meet Caitlyn Kelly! US Army, […]

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A Trip Down Memory Lane: An Interview With Robert Laguna

I recently sat down with former Dean of Students, and longstanding AOMA faculty member Robert Laguna to talk about how he got started in the world of Acupuncture & TCM, his over two decades of history with AOMA, and the impact community healthcare has created life-altering change. MP: How long have you been at AOMA […]

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Introduction of the AOMA Jingfang Institute

AOMA is proud to announce its historic partnership with Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. AOMA founded its Jingfang institution to partner with Dr. Huang Huang and the International Jingfang institute at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. Professor Huang Huang has been a guest professor for AOMA Doctoral program since April 2021. Jingfang, also known as […]

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An Interview With The President: Dr. Mary Faria

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we recently sat down with AOMA President and CEO Dr. Mary Faria to learn more about how she came to be at AOMA, her commitment to creating a more diverse and inclusive environment on campus, and how the power of acupunture has helped her to be a better runner.  Hi […]

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