Licensed Acupuncturists Needed

Compensation: TBD

Employment Type:  Part-time; Looking for FL Licensed Acupuncturists to join our practice. You will have the potential chance to begin working full-time or have a partnership.

No working experience is okay. We prefer someone who is motivated, educated, good at multi-tasking, collaborates, effective communication skills, good technical skills, and a fast learner.

(Recruiters, please don’t contact this job poster)

Do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers
Please send your resume to you@imcfl.com or fax 813-977-2877

Acupuncture In Tampa, Florida

Medical researchers have demonstrated that Chinese Medicine Acupuncture is effective in treating infertility, arthritis, pain disorder, allergies and stress. The Integrative Medicine Center of Tampa Florida focuses on the overall well being of the human body and we believe the key of health is the balance of mind, body and spirit..

Integrative Medicine Center has been serving in the Tampa acupuncture industry since 2000 and has helped thousands of people regain their health. Each of our licensed acupuncture physicians, Dr. Ou and Dr. Gong, have practiced more than 30 years. We proudly provide full services in Chinese acupuncture, herbal medicine, acupoint injection therapy, clinical nutrition, homeopathy, microlight electro – acupuncture, facial rejuvenation, detoxification and massage therapy. If you don’t like needles, no problem. We also can provide no needles acupuncture services. We specialize in pain disorders, acupuncture for infertility, acupuncture for back pain, neck pain, migraine, sciatica, arthritis, sinus, allergy, stress, depression, anxiety, cancer care, sports injury, weight management and facial rejuvenation.

Feel free to call us for FREE Chinese alternative medicine acupuncture consultations by phone or video and schedule a visit to our office. We accept medical insurance and workers’ comp insurance. Your health improvement is always our most important priority.

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