Acupuncturist Needed in Alaska

Ancient & Modern Pain Solutions
Wasilla, Alaska
Acupuncturist Needed

We are looking for a motivated, friendly, humble, detail-oriented leader to fill a position for Licensed
Acupuncturist in Wasilla, Alaska immediately for either a long term career or for just the summer.

The Licensed Acupuncturists is responsible for conducting diagnostic investigation; creating, following through with, and recording treatment plans; directing and instructing an assistant; and interacting with patients, staff and other providers in a professional manner.

-NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture Certification AND
-The ability to obtain, or current possession of, an Acupuncture license for the State of Alaska AND
-At least a Master’s degree in Acupuncture or Oriental Medicine OR
-A valid Acupuncture license issued by your state or national government

-Bachelor’s degree in sports/exercise science, biology, health or related field
-Knowledge/degree of herbal medicine
-Strong knowledge of anatomy
-Knowledge of/specialty in treatment of pain
-Knowledge of contemporary physical diagnostic methods including musculoskeletal, neurological, and orthopedic examinations.

-Patient care
-Case management
-May have opportunities to participate in Presentations/Workshops/Seminars
-Inter-provider and patient communication
-Other duties as assigned

-Competitive Salary DOE and Benefits.

-Please send a copy of your Resume and cover letter to

Located in the majestic mountain surrounded Mat-Su Valley of Alaska, our clinic treats mainly pain and neuropathic conditions with a secondary emphasis on TCM and internal medicine. Our aim is to combine time-proven traditional medical practices with contemporary examinations and therapeutic techniques.
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Contemporary Allopathic Medicine tend to view disease differently and tend to convey those views differently enough that to one the other seems gibberish, charlatanistic, naive, over-complex, or oversimplified. Our aim is to bridge this existing gap and to build unity and understanding in the medical community. So at our clinic there is no East vs West or old vs new. We combine the knowledge we have available to us and learn to convey it in a language that others can understand.