Welcome to NHAAMA

We are a professional membership organization of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine in the state of New Hampshire whose primary goals are to:

Encourage Integration

of acupuncture and Asian Medicine into health care in the state of New Hampshire.

Expand Public Understanding

of acupuncture and Asian Medicine, and to promote access.

Promote Access

to acupuncture and Asian Medicine for all people.

Join the NHAAMA community today

Upcoming Membership Events

NHAAMA Annual Meeting & AHM Day Social!
Cheers Grill & Bar @ 17 Depot Street Concord, NH 03301
Sunday, October, 23, 2022
3:00-5:00pm EST

NHAAMA 2022 Political Agenda

  1. Monitor

    Support pro-acupuncture legislation submitted by the NH Licensing Board or NHAAMA and oppose legislation that would undermine or harm our profession.

  2. Investigate

    Third party payment parity laws in both NH and other states.

  3. Coordinate

    Work in conjunction with the NH Licensing Board in order to avoid duplicate legislative efforts and working at cross purposes.

  4. Presence

    Support pro-acupuncture legislation by providing testimony at hearings, lobbying, generating public/professional support, coordinating letter campaigns, etc.

  5. Cultivate

    Establish and cultivate positive relationships with NH state senators.

Latest News


HB 66 Public Hearing on Thurs, 2/9/23

This is AN ACT, authored again by Dr. David Nagel with Rep. merchant to establish a commission to study non-pharmacological treatment options …

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HB 303 – Subcommittee Work Session

The works continues on HB 303, the bill regarding a mandate for insurance companies to cover acupuncture, Qi gong and Tai Chi, …

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House Bill 303 Hearing Wed, 1/18 @ 2:15pm (Insurance coverage for pain management services)

This is a significant bill for Acupuncturists in New Hampshire! Please show your support in person if you can! The hearing is …

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