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Live and Recorded Web-based activities

The AAMA Education Committee has been tasked with not only developing continuing education activities, but in formats that may allow members more access to education opportunities. On this page are links to archived recordings of  live webinars done a couple of years ago. Also, the Committee has come up with both LIVE webcast lectures as well as recorded webcasts - all with CME opportunities. 

Resources - Webinars


Current Education Committee Chair Montiel Rosenthal, MD, FAAMA, has implemented several new educational webinars for members that provide members the opportunity to earn CME credits. 

Following is a list of the webinars previously delivered and recorded that are now available for review and to obtain CME credit. 

Talking to Our Colleagues in Modern Medicine About Acupuncture - Thomas Burgoon, MD

The Eight Extraordinary Vessels and Their Clinical Application - Butch Levy, MD

Treatment of Migraine and Tension Headache with Neuroanatomic Osteopathic Acupuncture - Narda Robinson, DO, DVM, FAAMA

Webinar Series

The Role of Acupuncture in the Opioid Crisis Series - Part 1: "Brain Disease" vs. Learning: How Pain, Trauma and Addiction Affect the Brain - Edward Lee, MD, FAAMA

The Role of Acupuncture in the Opioid Crisis Series - Part 2: Beyond Pain Clinics and 12 Steps: New Paradigms of Pain and Addiction - Edward Lee, MD, FAAMA

The Role of Acupuncture in the Opioid Crisis Series - Part 3: Integrative Management of Pain Withdrawal - Edward Lee, MD, FAAMA

With viewing the webcast recording comes the opportunity to earn continuing medical credits through this website. Earning credits is as easy as reviewing the presentation and receiving a passing grade from an accompanying online quiz. The AAMA designates this activity at a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The fee to review these presentations is $60/members and $90/non-members.

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