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Regulation of Acupuncture

After some study, the Government has decided not to introduce Statutory Regulation [SR] of Acupuncture. Students may be interested to read about the Government decision on SR.

The CSP has provided a statement on Acupuncture Training & Membership of Professional Networks for Physiotherapists

Clinical Support

All students who have attended ALIED training courses may request clinical support from ALIED if they are having problems with a patient or with their clinical use of Acupuncture.

Simply E-Mail your query to ALIED and we will do our best to give you prompt, evidence-based advice on the problem you are experiencing.

Refresher Course

Have you been practising Acupuncture for a number of years since your Foundation Course?

Would you like to update your skills, learn about the latest research and refresh your clinical reasoning?

Contact ALIED about our 24-hour Top-Up Course.