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!

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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.


Register for individual classes, modules or the entire SMAC Program—or one of our foundational courses. CLICK FOR COSTS, DISCOUNTS & MORE INFO. ACUPUNCTURE STUDENT DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!
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Please scroll down to read our “Latest News” for program updates due to COVID-19.
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These courses provide foundational sports medicine acupuncture assessment & treatment protocols.
Many participants take these training courses to prepare themselves for enrollment in the SMAC Program or for continuing education credit.


Individual CEU training classes are available in the SMAC Program and SMA Foundational Courses. Click below to see them all:


Here you will find SMA webinar recordings for SMA Certification and also individual educational courses.


The SMA Blog is full of clinically-based posts with educational information that will lead the acupuncturist onward and upward! Content is authored by Matt Callison, Brian Lau, and other sports acupuncture practitioners.

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!

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Latest Articles from the SMA Blog

405, 2021

A Case Study Using the Hua Tuo Arc

By |May 4th, 2021|Case Studies, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

I would like to acknowledge and thank both Matt Callison and Jeremy Steiner for their tireless work and dedication to advancing this medicine. This article is combining the work from Matt Callison and the SMAC program training and also lessons

3103, 2021

Vertebral Mechanics: Spinal Offsets

By |March 31st, 2021|Assessment & Treatment, Uncategorized|

Addendum to "Spinal Offsets and the Huatuojiaji Points: A Zangfu Perspective" Webinar with Lhasa OMS Matt Callison and I were recent guests on a Lhasa OMS hosted webinar. We discussed Huatuojiaji points, vertebral mechanics, spinal offsets and their relationship

203, 2021

Supinator Syndrome

By |March 2nd, 2021|Assessment & Treatment, Channel Sinews (Jingjin)|

This blog article on "Supinator Syndrome" is an excerpt from the Sports Medicine Acupuncture: An Integrated Approach Combining Sports Medicine with Traditional Chinese Medicine textbook available from The Great Imitator for Lateral Epicondylitis Figure 1. Increased tension

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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.

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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 on the info page below). 

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Latest News

Reviews of SMAC Online Webinar — Module One: The Spinal Column Anatomy/Palpation/Cadaver Workshop

SMAC Program Direction

Behind the Scenes: A Brief Look into Creating SMAC Online Webinars

☞ The NEW & UPDATED Acupuncture Motor Points & Meridians Wall Chart is now available…ORDER YOURS HERE!

☞ Read the blog post by Sean Davis, L.Ac, C.SMA entitled “What is Sports Medicine Acupuncture?”

☞ Watch a video by Dr. Brian Lau, AP, DOM, C.SMA entitled Scapular Movement in Qigong

☞ Due to COVID, we began offering online classes as part of the SMAC Program. By offering these live online, and now recorded, webinars, our goal is to provide you with the tools to help support your practice from the comfort of your own home, on your own time, and with the ability to use these recordings as a study tool! These classes also prepare you for our live, in person only practical classes, which we are starting back up Fall 2021! All Module III: The Lower Extremity and Module IV: The Neck, Shoulder & Upper Extremity classes, including those offered as live webinars, will be offered as live, in person seminars starting this November 2021 at the Eastern School of Acupuncture in NJ. For students who have or plan on taking all offered online webinars, the only live, in-person classes you will still need to earn you C.SMA are the Assessment & Treatment of Injuries classes offered through Modules II, III and IV and the Huatuojiaji class offered in Module I. Please visit the SMAC registration page for details. Recordings of the live online webinars for Modules III and IV, which also count toward your certification, will be available soon through Lhasa OMS!!!.

☞ We are offering online classes (live and recorded options) that count toward SMA Certification (C.SMA)

☞ We are offering all classes as in-person classes starting November 2021

☞ You must take the one practical, live-in person class per module if wishing to earn SMA Certification (C.SMA): Huatuojiaji Points: Vertebral Fixations & Facilitated Segments in Module I and Assessment & Treatment of Injuries in Module II (Low Back, Hip & Groin) Module III (Lower Extremity) & Module IV (Neck, Shoulder & Upper Extremity).

☞ Keep in mind that you can take individual classes as continuing education and do not need to sign up for the entire module or program

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