Dallas / Fort Worth Acutonics

required clinic hours

for Acutonics certification program

Student interns who are seeking practitioner certification in the Acutonics® Certification Program are required to earn 100 hours of practical experience in Acutonics clinic hours approved by the Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine.  While there are various avenues to fulfill this requirement that are covered in Acutonics Level VI: Clinical Documentaries class, one way is to have a day offered by a senior faculty member for interns to practice hands-on Acutonics, including practicing intake and treatment session planning.

One day optional clinic days are commonly offered at the end of certain classes to minimize travel.  These classes are:

  • Level V: Ethics in Clinical Practice,
  • Level VI Clinical Documentaries
  • Level VII Harmonic Pathology.
  • Level IX Sedna Superconductor 

Other days and forms of obtaining clinic hours can be arranged with Mary Burke-Kelly beyond those listed on this page.   Additonal days can be scheduled with groups of students who have interest or individualized.  Long distance case review, videos and written case studies are among options to fulfill this requirement. 

Clinic hours cost $25/hr unless you are assisting in outreach or public lecture/workshop in Acutonics under Mary's supervision. Outreach hours are free up to a maximum level allowed by the Acutonics Insitutue of Integrative Medicine.  You may also accumulate clinic hours under the supervision of other senior faculty members. Please contact Mary at mary@dfwacutonics.com or 817-918-3939 to plan additional clinic hours.

Currently Scheduled Clinic Hour Days


Monday, October 28, 2019 Day after Acutonics Level IX Sedna Superconductor


Monday, November 11, 2019 Veteran's Day- Day after Acutonics Level VII Harmonic Pathologies 

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM - 8 hrs

$200 (or $25 /hr attended)

certified practitioner vs. Not

You may not legally refer to yourself as an Acutonics Practitioner without full certification by the Acutonics Institute for Integrative Medicine, LLC via a  Licensed Acutonics Senior Faculty teacher/mentor. You may offer Acutonics after completing  any class, but you cannot use the word "practitioner" in marketing material or title.  You may refer to yourself as an Acutonics Student followed by your level of class completion (eg: Acutonics Student Level III).  Once working in Level VIII on clinic hours and thesis, you may use the title: Acutonics Intern. To  maintain high standards of quality, only those who complete the full Acutonics Certification Program of nine core classes, 2 electives,  TCM fundamental classes, 100 clinic hours and final project/thesis may use the title and service mark below. For more information:  https://acutonics.com/classes/certification-program/

clinic Hour registration form​