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Find an Acupuncture Provider That is Right for You
Providers are listed alphabetical by city and specialty. Adjusting the search radius miles will narrow or widen your search. Under specialty you can select “Any” to broaden your search results or to narrow your search simply select a specific specialty. All providers are board certified upon receiving their state professional license to practice acupuncture and maintain malpractice insurance.
Together We Are Stronger
Our profession is at a pivotal time in our development and our professional world is growing exponentially. Support and strengthen our profession by joining WAEMA. Your support allows the association to protect our scope of practice, host continuing education and membership events for networking and community building, as well as providing benefits and discounts through partnered organizations. As a member of WAEMA, you automatically become a member of the American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA), our national association. The ASA provides not only additional discounts and benefits, it also gives us a voice on a national level.
Many exciting things are happening within our profession and member benefits are better than ever before! Make your voice heard and help our profession by becoming a member today.
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About The Washington Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Association
The Washington Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Association (WAEMA), a volunteer run professional association, is dedicated to the preservation, advancement and practice of Eastern Medicine into the modern healthcare system to uphold rigorous standards for public safety while offering integrated health to the public.
• Provide an informational and supportive network for practitioners of acupuncture medicine.
• Promulgate and uphold standards of acupuncture education, standards of practice, and professional ethics.
• Promote equitable statutes and regulations relating to Eastern Medicine.
• Provide a forum for the sharing of knowledge
• Educate the public and healthcare professions regarding the nature and scope of Eastern Medicine.