AcuSport Education & Sports Medicine Acupuncture

An educational company offering a comprehensive online & in-person Sports Medicine Acupuncture program and CEU courses taught by highly skilled TCM practitioners. We teach what we practice!


AcuSport Education’s certification is the most advanced orthopedic and sports acupuncture training certification program available.
Designed to provide advanced level sports acupuncture training in the assessment and treatment of sports, work and orthopedic injuries.


These courses provide foundational sports medicine acupuncture assessment & treatment protocols.
Many participants take these training courses to prepare themselves for enrollment in the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) Program or for continuing education credit.


Register for LIVE, IN PERSON SMAC or Foundational Courses and LIVE & RECORDED SMAC or Foundational Course webinars below. Individual CEU training classes are available in both the SMAC Program and SMA Foundational Courses.

Benefits of the C.SMA Designation:

・Right to use the Sports Medicine Acupuncture® license

・C.SMA Practitioner Directory Listing

・Exclusive access to the C.SMA Library

・Discounts on AcuSport Education seminars & products

・Discounts from Lhasa OMS

・Discounts from Unified Practice

…and many C.SMA practitioners have received website-based referrals, job opportunities from sports teams, physical therapists, sports chiropractors and integrated clinics!

Click here to MEET OUR C.SMA PRACTITIONERS & see how they are benefiting from the C.SMA designation.

What Our Graduates Say

Latest Articles from the SMA Blog

107, 2024

Successful Needle Technique for Patellar Pain Syndromes

By Matt Callison|July 1st, 2024|Acupoints & Motor Points, Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

In this traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture technique, known as Wei Long Ci, 6-8 needles are used to surround the anatomical tissue or area of patellar pain. For the best effect, the needles should be inserted on opposite sides of

406, 2024

Chronic Ankle Instability, Manual Muscle Testing & Acupuncture

By Matt Callison|June 4th, 2024|Acupoints & Motor Points, Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

Figure 1. A modification of the classical Qi Ci needle technique. Twisting the coil-handles of two needles together at GB 40 greatly enhances ankle ligamentous proprioception. Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is a condition characterized by a recurring

2904, 2024

Peroneal Nerve Entrapment: A Common Lower Leg Pain Generator

By Matt Callison|April 29th, 2024|Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

Figure A. The common peroneal nerve passes posterior to the fibular head at the extra point linghuo. Fibular head displacement may cause paresthesia along the Stomach and/or Gallbladder channels of the leg. In this post, I'll discuss

C.SMA Practitioner
of the Month

Sports Acupuncture Training C.SMA of the Month |

Spotlighting C.SMA practitioners who are utilizing their training and skills in Sports Medicine Acupuncture to achieve great goals, inspire others and expand the impact of this medicine.

The Sports Medicine Acupuncture Textbook

Sports Medicine Acupuncture Textbook Review | SPORTSMEDICINEACUPUNCTURE.COM

Click below to learn more about the Sports Medicine Acupuncture textbook and get your copy today from our partner, LhasaOMS, (U.S. sales only) or from one of our international distributors (see FAQs).

Latest News

The New & Simplified 2023-2025 SMAC Program in San Diego, CA begins September 2023. Portions of the program will also be taught in New Jersey and Florida!

☞ We are excited to announce that the second Pacific Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture Symposium will take place in 2025 in San Diego. Great presenters sharing “Clinical Pearls and Innovative Approaches”!

☞ We now have two SMAC Program Tracks: Hybrid (Online & 4 Live, In-Person classes) and All Live, In-Person.

☞ 3-Day Cadaver Dissection for the Acupuncturist is scheduled for September 2024 (Florida) and February 2025 (New Jersey)! Stay tuned for registration soon.

☞  Motor Point Needle Protocols for the Neck, Shoulder and Upper Extremity, The Lower Extremity and the Low Back, Hip and Groin are now available for online learning!

Go to Top