AMI is an association both of professionals and patients who, through meetings, working groups, training courses and websites, pursues the goal of integrating Acupuncture with the knowledge, diagnostics and treatments of Western Medicine.
Therefore our goal is to promote effective treatments without side effects, especially in chronic diseases - many of which are neurological - which require prolonged and often highly toxic therapies, as well as being economically burdensome.
The same applies to sectors as well as Sport and Aesthetics, increasingly widespread, where the use of harmful substances makes necessary a clear reversal of the trend.
AMI- Integrated Medical Acupuncture, although not a school of Acupuncture, offers its associates High Specialization Courses with the aim of broadening the horizons of traditional Acupuncture, both with respect to the multiple"acupunctures" and in the logic of integration of different medicalk nowledge.
Tung Acupuncture Courses have been held so far with Dr. Palden Carson, President of the World Tung Acupuncture Association; Neuro-Meridian Acupuncture with its creator Dr. Poney Chiang; as well as Dr. Song's Korean Aesthetic Acupuncture courses, which led to the subsequent creation of Agolifting, a proprietary method designed specifically for Western faces.
AMI also oversaw the conception and multi-year educational organization of the Acupuncture Specialization Course in Neurology at the University of Siena, of which Dr. Cecilia Lucenti was the scientific coordinator and which brought some of the world's top seeded players to Siena in the field of the new branch of Neuro-Acupuncture.
Neuro-Acupuncture has become one of AMI's mission both for education and signing agreements with hospitals in order to introduce this medical resource in the current clinical activity.
AMI is creating a unique initiative, the D.A.I. Digital Documentation Center on Acupuncture in Italy, a work of historical research and documentation on Italian medical acupuncture, inserted in the European context.
Recently, the AMI Publishing House was also created which will publish historical texts and new research in both paper and digital format, as well as using original video contributions.