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DOMs are Acupuncturists. They are among the most committed, best-trained health care practitioners anywhere.

Doctors of Oriental Medicine (DOMs) have completed a rigorous education with over 3,000 hours of classroom and clinical experience, supervised by working professional providers. They have studied acupuncture, herbal medicine, Asian bodywork, moving and breathing therapies, and nutrition. They must pass the Clean Needle Technique exam and National Board exams in Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, and Biomedicine, as well as a practical NM State Board exam before becoming licensed in our state, after which they stay current with continuing education.

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“If you want to go fast, go alone, but if you want to go far, go together.”
– African Proverb!

Membership in NMSAAM offers distinct shared advantages, as we sharpen one another while we exchange knowledge of this ancient medicine. NMSAAM members are automatically members of our national organization, the American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA). Cost-effective malpractice insurance is just one of the advantages that the ASA has worked out for us.!

One can easily break a twig, but it is challenging to break a bundle of twigs.

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About New Mexico Acupuncturists

DOMs are acupuncturists. Our medicine, with our broad scope of practice, offers a complete care system for a range of wellness and medical issues.
Through CEU classes, professional networking, and work with the state legislature, NMSAAM acupuncturists maintain the highest standards of medicine.

Patients benefit from safe treatment and positive outcomes. New Mexico acupuncturists benefit from opportunities found through NMSAAM.

Acupuncture is helping to mitigate the opioid crisis, since it is a viable non-pharmacological answer to pain management. Systematic reviews show that acupuncture and Asian medicine are effective for many pain issues.