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Oriental Medicine Practitioners

Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits

Requirements for oriental medicine practitioners vary widely if the practitioner specializes in acupuncture, herbology, massage, or bodywork. A massage therapist may practice with only some postsecondary non-degree training. Most programs that train Oriental Medicine Practitioners require an associate's or bachelor's degree, preferably in science or premed, plus three years additional training in acupuncture or four years for Oriental medicine. 

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