|Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association|
MCMIA promotes the modernization and globalization of Chinese medicine. Multilingual site. Hong Kong.
|National Oriental Medicine Accreditation Agency|
NOMAA is a private agency providing educational standards for institutions wishing to offer first professional doctorate degrees in Oriental Medicine (OMD).
|New Hampshire Association for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine|
NHAAOM is a licensed acupuncturist organization expanding public awareness, promoting access, and improving integration of Oriental Medicine into the American health care system.
|North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine|
NCAAOM is a licensed acupuncturist organization promoting and fostering qualifications, regulations, education, practice, and research in Oriental Medicine since 1987.
|Oregon Acupuncture Association|
OAA is a licensed acupuncturirst organization which posts newsletters, reports, and other useful information on its website.
|Oriental Medicine Association of New Mexico|
OMANM is an organization of Doctors of Oriental Medicine promoting professional and ethical standards of practice of Oriental medicine as a valuable contribution to the health care system.
|Society for Acupuncture Research|
SAR is a charitable research organization promoting scientific inquiries into clinical efficacy, physiological mechanisms, patterns of use, and theoretical foundations. Washington, DC.
|The Canadian Society of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (CSCMA)|
CSCMA is a national federally incorporated non-profit association of TCM and acupuncture practitioners and TCM pharmacists. Non-political and religious, CSCMA is a professional organization with head quarters in Toronto.