South Carolina Laws & Details
At least 1725 hours of study in Acupuncture and Oriental medicine from an ACCAOM (Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) - accredited program.
Other Eligiblity Requirements: Must be NCCAOM certified.
Written Exam: The NCCAOM exam.
Practical Exam: None.
The Acupuncture Act of South Carolina set the entry-level standard to the level of the NCCAOM Diplomate for any individual to practice acupuncture in South Carolina.
South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Board of Medical Examiners
P.O. Box 11329
Columbia, S.C. 29211
Synergy Business Park
110 Centerview Dr.
Columbia, SC 29210
Practice Act: The Acupuncture Act of South Carolina
South Carolina Oriental Medicine Association (SCOMA)
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