Atlantic Inst. of Oriental Medicine is a private college located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the Miami Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 39 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Health Service Preparatory Studies.
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The Institute offered me a path to become a medical provider. The school showed me a different way of how the human body is viewed in Oriental Medicine and how it can be treated using Acupuncture, Cupping, Massage, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Moxibustion therapy. Using these modalities to help treat patients where western medicine failed to get results. But, at the same time, the school taught me how to communicate with other medical professions and to work alongside to help each patient recover from their illness.
The diversity is a very mixed culture. Everyone is equally accepted. No real challenges. Most students come from a undergraduate program or making a career change. Majority of the student body is at a mature age. No discrimination to background, beliefs, or sexual orientation.
This is a private school no gym or facilities. It is located in downtown next to FAU. The library has all the books one would need to read for research and a school staff that is from China. The campus has good size classroom and very good instructors. The student body is active in volunteer programs, and the instructors treat patients at a very discounted price.