Seminar & Workshop

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Seminar & Workshop

Licensed Physicians and Dentists can earn credit hours toward the Acupuncture Certificate to practice acupuncture (300 credit hours). 25 credit hours can be earned by attending one 3-day weekend (Friday - Sunday) session.

Dates for Upcoming 2015-2016 Seminars and Workshops in New York City

Between 9 AM and 7 PM each day.
Meetings are held at the Holiday Inn Midtown, 440 West 57th Street, NYC (between 9th & 10th Ave); Hotel telephone number during the seminars: (212) 581-8100

Dates for 2014-2015 Seminars & Workshops at Holiday Inn & 30th Annual International Symposium at Belgrade, Serbia & 31st Annual International Symposium at Sao Paolo, Brazil

If you are interested in a future date not listed, then please contact:

Similar Workshops
Similar courses are given in Houston, TX (Dr. Jones) and Orange County, CA (Dr. Pallos). For more information about these similar workshops, contact Dr. Marilyn Jones, DDS, MS at Tel: 832-754-7787, Email:, or Dr. Andrew Pallos, DDS, at Tel: 949-910-2090, Email:

  • March 21-23, 2014 (Houston, TX)
  • March 28-30, 2014 (Orange County, CA)
  • August 22-24, 2014 (Orange County, CA)

  • These seminars & workshops train Physicians and Dentists (as well as qualified acupuncturists, physiotherapists, nutritionists, and pharmacists) in the following back to top

    • Basic concepts in manual & electro-acupuncture, TENS, related electro-therapy, soft laser & Qi Gong for cardio-vascular & pulmonary diseases, depression, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, compulsive habit of excessive eating, drinking & smoking, drug addiction, sports injuries, rheumatoid & osteoarthritis, Lyme Disease, neuromuscular problems, various pains.
    • Non-invasive diagnosis & treatment of intractable pain & intractable medical problems (neuro-muscular, CNS, malignant tumors, viral or bacterial infections, etc.).
    • Neurotransmitters, their inhibitors, and pain; depression, memory disturbance, Alzheimers Disease, and abnormal behavior.
    • Normal & abnormal blood pressure & blood flow in the brain (cephalic hyper- & hypo-tension) & other parts of the body; effects of acupuncture & electro-therapy on blood chemistry & neurotransmitters; how to localize exact locations, shapes, and diameters of acupuncture points.
    • Acupuncture & electro-therapy in all major branches of medicine and supervised practical training.
    • Beneficial and adverse effects of acupuncture, electrotherapy, laser and (+) Qi Gong; how to detect & prevent (-) Qi Syndrome & EMF hypersensitivity.
    • Diagnosis &therapy based on organ representation concepts: cerebral cortical, scalp (old & new scalp diagnosis and acupuncture), auricular (French, Chinese, and new), facial, tongue (improved new tongue diagnosis & tongue acupuncture), nasal, lip (Ayurvedic & new), eyebrow, hand (Korean & new accurate hand acupuncture ), pulse (Chinese, Tibetan, and new pulse diagnosis), trunk (Chinese Mu & Shu points and corresponding new, accurate locations), and foot representation.
    • Environmental electro-magnetic field related symptoms & intractable medical problems (e.g. Mesothelioma, cancer, intractable pain, CVA, etc.) & how to treat or prevent
    • Telomere, Aging, Apoptosis, Cell Immortality, Cancer, Asbestos; the effect of Acupuncture or Shiatsu on the Telomere of normal and cancer cells.
    • Telomere & Longevity; evaluation of anti-aging substances and their safe & effective anti-cancer effects from telomere; beneficial & adverse effects of DHEA
    • Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, its diagnostic & therapeutic applications: imaging of internal organs and their corresponding meridians & acupuncture points; identification & localization of bacteria, viruses, malignant tumors, neurotransmitters, hormones, drugs, heavy metals; detection of useful invisible info from X-ray, MRI, and SPECT; how to detect & prevent harmful electro-magnetic field radiation from home & work environments; Asbestos-related, intractable medical problems; Selective Drug Uptake Enhancement Method to deliver medication to the pathological organ where drug uptake is very low. Quick, non-invasive screening of cancer (Telomere, Integrin α5β1, Oncogen C-fos Ab2, Asbestos, Acetylcholine), cardiovascular disease (L-Homocysteine, cardiac Troponin-I, BNP, CRP, etc.), and Alzheimer’s disease & Autism (Acetylcholine, β-amyloid (1-42), Tau Protein, Asbestos, Al, Hg, Pb, and bacterial & viral infections).
    • Role of Telomere, Telomerase, Aging, DNA mutation, 8-OH-dG, Folic Acid, Apoptosis, Cancer, Asbestos, Longevity, Alpha Lipoic Acid & Acetyl L-Carnitine; how to reduce cancer cell telomere markedly while increasing normal cell telomere by acupuncture at True ST 36; relationships between anti-aging & anti-cancer methods.
    • Detection of important invisible medical information, which standard common laboratory tests often fail to detect, from R- & L- mouth-writing, handwriting, & foot-writing for early diagnosis of intractable medical problems and evaluation of therapeutic effects.
    • Effects of press-needle acupuncture at True ST 36 or eating, drinking or applying special natural substances, all of which increase normal cell telomere over 500 ng BDORT units, in turn reducing cancer cell telomere to near zero and inhibiting cancer growth, causing the excretion of Asbestos and undesirable metals and chemical substances from the heart, brain, pancreas, kidney etc. and helping to rejuvenate the body and maintain good health.

    Faculty back to top

    Yoshiaki Omura, M.D., Sc.D., F. I. C. A. E.
    President, International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics; Director of Medical Research, Heart Disease Research Foundation; Adjunct Prof., Community and Preventive Medicine, New York Medical College; Prof., Non-Orthodox Medicine, Ukrainian National. Medical University, Kiev, Ukraine (former Kiev Medical University)

    Ki Ho Kim, M.D., F. A. A. P. M. R., F. I. C. A. E.
    Former Chairperson, NJ State Board of Acupuncture; Director, Kim Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine; President, Council of the International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics

    Dominic P. Lu, D.D.S., Ph.D., F.I.C.A.E.,
    Clinical Professor of Oral Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, President, American Society for Advancement of Anesthesia in Denstitry

    Yemeng Chen, O.M.D., F.I.C.A.E.
    Former Director of Acupuncture Clinic, Shanghai Medical University; Academic Dean, New York Institute of Chinese Medicine.

    Harsha Duvvi, M.D., M.P.H., F.I.C.A.E.,
    Assistant Professor, Department of Community & Preventive Medicine, New York Medical College

    A 12-page program of each meeting, which will be distributed at each meeting, contains detailed information about each speaker's professional affiliation and subject matter to be covered.

    At the Annual Intl. Symposium in November or October, at Columbia University, many distinguished clinicians and scientists from various parts of the world will be participating, including:

    Xiao-Ding Cao, M.D., Ph.D., F.I.C.A.E.
    Prof. & Director, Institute of Acupuncture Research, (WHO Collaborating Center for Traditional Medicine) & Prof. National Key Laboratory of Medical Neurobiology Shanghai Medical College (The Former Shanghai Medical University) of Fudan University, China; Former Dean, School of Basic Medical Sciences, Shanghai Medical University, China; Member of Editorial Board of Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics Research, the International Journal.

    Fees (updated June 2007) for 3 day weekend, 25 credit hours back to top

    Reg. Fee: $500 for 25 credit hours.

    Discounted fees for the following: Member of the College $450; Member who is a Subscriber to the Official Journal*** $400; Licensed acupuncturists $400; Nurses $300; Interns & residents $400; Full-time medical students attending a New York state medical school are free. Scholarships are available for those in financial need. All other individuals (no credit hours) $250 (discounted fee for husband and wife $400)

    Annual dues for membership in the International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics (ICAET): Associate & Full Members $100; Fellow $135.

    All ICAET meetings are accredited by the New York State Boards for Medicine and Dentistry toward the 300-accredited hour requirement for the Acupuncture Certificate in New York State..

    For further information, please contact:

    • Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, M.D., Sc. D., F. I. C. A. E., F.A.A.I.M. Seminars in NYC
      800 Riverside Drive (8-I);
      New York, N.Y. 10032
      Tel: (212 ) 781 - 6262, Fax: (212) 923 - 2279, email:

    • Dr. Marilyn Jones, D.D.S., M.S. Seminars in Houston Texas
      800 Bering Drive. Suite 204
      Houston, Texas 77057-2130
      Tel:(832) 754-7787, Fax: (713) 784-7134, email:

    • Dr. Andrew Pallos, D.D.S., Seminars in Orange County, CA, Tel: (949) 910-2090,

    • Mr. Victor Wong, B.S. Seminars in NYC, at Tel: (201) 420-8988,

    • Ms. Diana Gerometta, M.S. Seminars in NYC, at Tel: (410) 323-6029 (only between 6pm and 10pm, Eastern Standard Time),

    • Dr. David Carr, DDS, Seminars in Austin, Texas. Tel: 512-924-7748,

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