Health Coaches and Acupuncturists Team to Reduce Falls Among the Elderly

Balance Project student-researchers use Chinese medicine and Tai Chi to treat participants.

An innovative CIIS research project is exploring one of the most significant challenges to healthy aging: falls. Falls are the leading cause of injuries--fatal and nonfatal--for elderly Americans. Falls can rob seniors of their independence and burden families; they also result in significant medical costs. A...

ACTCM in China: Women’s Health

May 21, 2015

Charity Burgess shares a recap of her experience in China while studying abroad. She is one of our six students who is completing a three month scholarship at Henan…

ACTCM Launches the ONLY Nationally Approved FPD

May 15, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, May 15, 2014 – The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) continues to be at the forefront of Chinese medicine education with the launch of the first…

ACTCM in China: Where the Grass is Greener…

April 29, 2015

This week we feature a story from Melissa Coats one of our six students who is in China completing a three month scholarship at Henan University. By Melissa Coats There…

CIIS & ACTCM Sign Definitive Legal Agreement to Merge

August 18, 2014

            California Institute of Integral Studies and American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Sign Definitive Legal Agreement to Merge SAN FRANCISCO, August…

Silent Auction to be held 3/14

A silent auction will be held on Friday March 14, 8am – 1:30pm at the De Haro Campus to benefit the Herb Garden Project. Every Nickel Counts!  Click here for more…