Acupuncture/Clinic Supplies

ACU-MARKET – Your worldwide wholesale source for acupuncture supplies, homeopathic remedies & Chinese herbs.

ACUNEEDS — We are a major TCM equipment supplier. We ship many orders to North America, Europe and anywhere else in the world. Acuneeds Australia, 622 Camberwell Road, Camberwell 3124, Australia. Phone: 61 (0)3 9889 4100, Fax: 61 (0)3 9889 1200,

ACUPUNCTURE-HEALING – Offers acupuncture needles supplies, herb grinders, TDP lamps, moxa supplies.

ACUPUNCTURESHOP — Worldwide shipping on high quality acupuncture supplies.

ACUPUNCTURE SUPPLY CO – Supplying Acupuncture needles plus an extensive range of acupuncture products to acupuncture professionals.

ASIAMED – Asiamed strives to serve the North American community of acupuncturists with the highest quality acupuncture needles and products available anywhere.

AUSTIN MEDICAL EQUIPMENT – AME now offers a complete line of Acupuncture products and supplies. Everything from sterile Seirin disposable acupuncture needles to electro-acupuncture T.E.N.S. units. In addition to the full line of Acupuncture supplies, AME also offers a complete line of magnetic products.

BODYWORKMALL.COM – On-line company specializing in massage tables and supplies.

CAI INDUSTRIES — Cloud & Dragon acupuncture needles.
800 S. Palm Avenue, Suite 10, Alhambra, CA 91803
Ph: 800-234-8583

CARBO TRADING – Carbo Trading’s product line includes acupuncture & moxibustion supplies, books & charts, models, therapeutic devices, clinical supplies, 100% pure herbal extract, Chinese herbs and medicine. We are proud to provide our customer with best value in our products and services.

CHINA MOXA – Sells a variety of moxibustion products.

CLOUD AND DRAGON — Offers acupuncture needles, health loofah bathing products, all kinds of moxa products, ear needle, press needles, cosmetology needles, blood collecting needles.

EASTERN CURRENTS DISTRIBUTING LTD. – We are an importer and distributor of acupuncture and herbal medicine. We have been supplying the Canadian market with quality supplies for the past 15 years. 9109 Shaughnessy St., Vancouver, BC V6P 6R9, tel 1-800-667-6866, fax 604-263-5042

ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIC DEVICES – The official Canadian agent for Seirin, Addiquip and DBC brand acupuncture needles, Electro Acupuncture Stimulators, Accu-O-Matic and Laser devices.

GO ACUPUNCTURE — On-line shop for all your clinic needs. Order desk (800)790-4888. E-mail:

GOLDEN NEEDLE ACUPUNCTURE, HERBAL AND MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC. – Golden Needle distributes acupuncture needles, chinese herbal supplements, nutritional supplements, chinese end western herbs, homeopathics, medical supples and offers a custom compounding service.

HEALIO HEALTH – Products include TENS Devices, EMS, MENS, etc.

HEALTH BODY WORLD SUPPLY, INC. – Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Medical Supplies

HELIO USA Inc. – Helio medical supplies offers a wide range of acupuncture needles and moxa. Free samples and catalog.

ITO COMPANY, LTD – Supplier of Japanese acupuncture needles, moxa, magnets, and more.

KENSHIN TRADING COMPANY – For over 12 years we have made it our goal to become the leading developer and provider of the highest quality health care products for people with goals of achieving and maintaining good health and relief from everyday pain and stress.

LHASA OMS, INC. – Since 1980, Lhasa OMS has been providing the highest quality alternative medical products including SEIRIN painless acupuncture needles, acu-pellets, TENS units, point locators and much more. Call for our free 104-page catalog today. Email:
Phone: 1-800-722-8775, 1-781-340-1071
Fax: 1-781-335-5779

Toyokichi Shoten Japanese acupuncture needles, including those made of gold and silver.
2-8-28 Shoan, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 167.
Ph: 03-3332-7634 Fax: 03-3332-8117.

MED-SPA DIRECT – Sells acupuncture, massage, spa and medical supplies.

MeyerDC – A distributor of supply products and equipment to professionals within the acupuncture industry. Catalog offers over 200 items.

MYLON TECH – T.E.N.S. units and electro-acupuncture devises. Ph: 800-668-1667

PRIME HERBS CORPORATION – We offer quality herbal products, acupuncture devices, information and services including alternative remedies, health, beauty, wellness, personal care and online seminars.

SEIRIN-AMERICA, INC. — SEIRIN-America represents SEIRIN in the United States and offers a complete selection of SEIRIN acupuncture needles, including D-Type, J-Type and Laser L-Type, as well as Spinex Intradermal and Pyonex Press Tack needles. Email:
Phone: 1-800-337-9338, 1-781-340-1827
Fax: 1-781-340-1637

SINIC AVENUE – A variety of products of Chinese culture online, such as bilingual (English/Chinese) books, Chinese traditional medical and acupuncture supplies.

SKS BOTTLE & PACKAGING — Besides our collection of herbal books, we carry a wide variety of containers and packaging supplies, from glass bottles, to plastic jars and metal tins all of which are great for herbal products.

YAN JING SUPPLY – Supplier of a wide variety of herbs, needles, massage creams, liniments, oils, books, charts, acupuncture needles, massage tables, and much more. If you don’t see what you are looking for on our site, please let us know. We are able to special order many items.

Helio USA Inc

This course is a practical study of the internal and external causes of disease within the Eastern medical model. A clear understanding of 'TCM pathologies' is needed in order to apply the sophisticated system of Oriental Medicine based on sign and symptom patterns.
This course consists of procedures of physical and neurological examination; providing an understanding of the methods used in making physical diagnosis.
Courses begin with a review of the normal physiological  processes and then discuss how these are altered by disease.  Students will be able to recognize pathological indicators and biochemical pathways to better correlate the basic science of pathology with physical diagnosis and disorders related to nutrition.
This course is a review of the basic sciences focusing on chemistry, microbiology and human biology. Includes an overview of the basic structures of organic molecules sufficient to understand the structure of chemical compounds studied in human chemistry. This course prepares students for courses in physiology, pathology and other western clinical sciences.
This directed learning paper develops additional competencies in basic sciences. Five pathological disorders from different systems are assigned.
This class concentrates on the processes involved with taking in and utilizing food substances by which growth, repair and maintenance of activities in the body as a whole or in any of its parts are accomplished. This includes ingestion, digestion, absorption and metabolism, as well as, basic nutritional needs and the use of vitamins, minerals and supplements.
This class includes topics in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. Mechanisms of the nervous system are covered as related to the scientific basis of Acupuncture and its application to the treatment of disease. Students in this class gain the ability to explain the mechanisms of Acupuncture in modern medical terms. Communication skills between Acupuncturists and Medical professionals are stressed.
Students continue to practice needle insertion with combinations of points that would be used in treatment.  There is emphasis on safety with difficult points and more complex point prescriptions.
Students review the anatomical structures through which needles pass at progressive depths of the body.  This includes proper insertion, angle, depth, duration and withdrawl of needles.
At the beginning of the second year, students begin developing needle insertion skills. Students receive intensive instruction in techniques of clean needle insertion as approved by current national standards.
This course helps students develop their skills in organization and analysis of presenting symptoms.  The clinic review class includes evaluation of the physical and psychological components of an illness and specific treatment strategies.
This class covers the basis of treatment using the eight principle and secondary vessel pathology. Students learn to formulate a treatment using the information gathered from pulse and tongue diagnosis. Practical use of classical point categories such as antique points, influential points and windows of the sky points in the treatment of eight principle disease patterns will be covered.
It is in this class that the prior three quarter of TCM theory begin to flower and faculty can see the "light bulb go on", as students get a sense of how well the TCM theory fits together.  At this point, students are beginning their next phase of clinic and now have responsibility of using this information in a clinical setting.
A continuation of Anatomy 1, this course is an in-depth study of visceral structure and physiologic function of the human body.
This course is an in-depth study of the somatic structure of the human body: skeletal, muscular, ligamentous, and an introduction to the peripheral nerves. There is attention given to the palpatory anatomy that will be needed for Point Location and Needle Technique classes.
In this course, students are oriented to the procedures and protocol needed to successfully complete internship. Physical assessment skills needed in the practice of Oriental Medicine are covered including: vital signs, temperature, pulse, and blood pressure. Standards of history taking, SOAP noting and unique documentation found in TCM clinical records are part of this course.
This course includes discussion that brings up pertinent issues in healthcare practice and examines the approach taken by a counselor. It focuses on ethical decision-making and the patient practitioner relationship.
The directed learning paper traces the development of Chinese medicine including: the classics, historical figures and periods, and a discussion of important theoretical developments. It gives students a respect for the ancient traditions from which the modern, clinical practice of TCM developed.
The moral and ethical principles that are the core of the teachings of Confucius and Lao Tzu are taught in a manner that can be applied in present day. The influence of these schools on the development of Chinese medicine is stressed in this course.
This course continues massage techniques to regions of the body for local and systemic problem. Good Tui Na technique combined with accessory techniques is an important adjunct to an acupuncture practice.
Tui Na is a form of Chinese massage that includes different hand techniques applied to specific areas of the body. Students will gain proficiency in manipulation skill and sensitivity to energy balancing as they practice techniques in class and apply them in clinic.
Students will attend lectures, demonstrate and practice in the traditional and modern accessory techniques of Oriental Medicine: moxibustion, magnets, guasha, cupping and auricular techniques.
In this course, students will use charts, models and their fellow students as subjects to locate and mark the most important acupuncture points. Students will spend six quarters developing the sensitivity needed to achieve the Qi sensation required for effective treatment.
In this course, students will use charts, models and their fellow students as subjects to locate and mark the most important acupuncture points. Students will spend six quarters developing the sensitivity needed to achieve the Qi sensation required for effective treatment.
This course further studies the eight principle theory as it applies to the pathology of the five phases, the Zang Fu organs and the triple burner.
The rigorous clinic –based educational experience is designed to take classroom learning and first year theory so have students see the clinical application of concepts during their internship activities and experiences.
This is the first class in Chinese medical theory and introduces students to the language and refinement found in Midwest’s academic program. This class will also establish the foundation from which student’s understandings will grow.