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TCM 4.0 Virtual Global Conference

May 4 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm MDT


Join us May 4, 2024 for the first laser therapy virtual conference for acupuncturists.

Presented by the American Society for Laser Acupuncture Therapy (ASLAT.org) featuring keynote speakers whom are prominent researchers and clinicians in the PBM and LAT fields, Dr. Margaret Naeser and Dr. Volkmar Kreisel. Steve Liu hosts the conference and will be presenting on practical PBM applications in clinical practice, history and future of laser acupuncture, and more.

This isn’t just an event; it’s a pivotal moment that opens the doors to entirely new acupuncture-based therapies with the ability to heal at a level not possible before. Practical applications include fully healing chronic soft tissue pain within 10 sessions, treating neurodegenerative diseases and macular degeneration, and more.

This 1-day virtual conference will not only enrich your practice and improve patient outcomes, but also empower you to stand out in an ever-competitive
healthcare landscape, offering solutions that many practitioners (in TCM 3.0) cannot.

Early Bird pricing ends April 20th – Register for this groundbreaking event here

TCM 4.0?  The latest approach to acupuncture!

TCM 4.0 / Laser Acupuncture & Photobiomodulation

This combination represents a significant leap forward, utilizing light-based therapies to enhance the therapeutic effects of acupuncture. TCM 4.0 offers a more integrative, modern approach to medicine, providing practitioners with innovative tools to treat a wide range of conditions more effectively, from chronic pain to neurodegenerative diseases.

TCM 3.0 / Sterile Stainless Steel Needles

Widespread acceptance and accessibility of acupuncture in the West during the 1980s, thanks to the mass production of sterile, disposable stainless steel needles. Improved safety and lowered cost of acupuncture therapy, contributing to its popularity outside Asia.

TCM 2.0 / Early Metal Needles

Starting around the 4th century, Chinese acupuncture practitioners experiment with metals like bronze, copper, tin, gold, and silver for acupuncture needles, eventually favoring steel for its flexibility and durability. Enhancing their safety, effectiveness, and accessibility.

TCM 1.0 / Stones, Bones, and Bamboo

The origins of TCM, dating back about 4000 years to the 4th century, using sharpened stones, bones, or bamboo to stimulate acupuncture points. The foundational principles of TCM, the mapping of the meridian system.


May 4
8:00 am - 4:00 pm MDT


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