1) Assess client condition by conducting brief health history and interview, observing client and interpreting findings.
2) Maintain safe and clean treatment environment and adhering to Clean Needle Technique protocols; complying with procedures, rules, regulations, and laws.
3) Administer acupuncture treatment using sterile, single use needles at specified locations to address patientâ™s chief complaint.
4) Evaluate effects of treatments by observing, noting, and evaluating patientâ™s progress; modifying when necessary.
5) Document patient treatments by charting in records.
6) Adhere to strict guidelines regarding guest health information.
7) Educate patients on the quality of life benefits of consistent acupuncture care.
8) Provide a recommended course of treatment.
9) Light cleaning and restocking of supplies as needed.
1) Exceptional time management and ability to treat multiple patients per hour.
2) Confident in presenting and selling services.
3) Willingness to learn and implement new techniques and treatment protocols.
4) Confident and positive disposition.
5) Able to use office equipment; computer, tablet, and phone system.
1) Masterâ™s Degree in Acupuncture or Oriental Medicine from an accredited institution
2) Current Acupuncture license
1) Three years of relevant experience
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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