The AAAOM public
policy program monitors, analyzes, and guides legislative and regulatory
proposals at the federal and state levels to advocate on behalf of the AOM
community and to allow patients greater access to the benefits of acupuncture.
View AAAOM’s position on a variety of matters impacting the profession:
Position Statement on Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) and Intramuscular Manual
Therapy (IMT) - 3/11/13
Statement on the Designation of Acupuncture as an Essential Health Benefit
Service - 1/21/12
AAAOM, a member of the Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium, played a vital role in the development of Frequently Asked Questions about Section 2706.