If say you have been practicing medicine for, say, more than twenty years, the med school you attended (back in the day?) may not have had such an intense program in place as part of a specialized medical practice’s course curriculum. The insistence has always been to teach so-called Westernized or conventional forms of medical practice.
And this, of course, did not include acupuncture. Go back even further in years and you may well find that the medical fraternity often frowned upon this form of medical practice in similar fashion to the manner in which some corners of medical influence continue to hem and haw over the use of medical cannabis.
Perhaps it could be said that some of the more progressive medical schools will have touched the surface in regard to the ancient practice of acupuncture, but it would never have been part of the core curriculum. Now, whether you have been enlightening yourself as a medical practitioner (this does not mean to say that you are fully qualified as an MD) or a lay practitioner with a newfound (but not necessarily fanatical) interest in holistic or alternative medical practices, you can now treat yourself to an early reading of the acupuncture treatment program ancaster on course curriculum.
You are among one of the growing number of health and wellness stakeholders that have now gone beyond mere curiosity. You may have already reached the stage that you have a belief that these medical practices are viable and have a better chance of succeeding than most conventional practices that have had their day.
Acupuncture is a rather complex network of medicine and it has to be studied quite intensely in order to at least begin to come to grips with it.