Notices for all Board meetings are posted on the first and second floors of 1400 W. Washington Phoenix, AZ 85007. Notices can also be obtained by clicking on the "Meeting Notices and Agendas, and Minutes" link on any page.
Complaints Advisory Letters and Non-Disciplinary Orders:
The Board office should be contacted to determine if the liscensee has a history of dismissed complaints, advisory letters or non-disciplinary orders.
As of November 2013, there are 555 active licensed acupuncturists and 40 active certificated auricular acupuncturists in the State of Arizona.
Message From the
Welcome to the State of Arizona Acupuncture Board of Examiners website. The site was designed with consumers and licensees in mind. The website contains a variety of information including a directory of licensees, applications, and newsletters under the publications link. Feel free to send me your comments on ways you would like to see this website improved.
The mission of the Acupuncture Board of Examiners is to protect the health, safety and welfare, of the citizens of Arizona by regulating and maintaining standards of practice for acupuncture.
What We Do
The Board licenses and regulates acupuncturists, certifies auricular acupuncturists for detoxification or substance abuse programs, acupuncture training and preceptorship training programs, continuing education programs and visiting professors. The Board evaluates professional competency, investigates complaints, and enforces the standards of practice for the acupuncture profession. The Board regulates the educational, clinical and clean needle technique programs approved to teach the practice of acupuncture in this state.