In 2001, Eric graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College in Albuquerque, NM, and received his
Doctor of Oriental Medicine license to practice in the state. At that time, he returned to the east
coast to be closer to his family and joined the Chinese Acupuncture Clinic in Asheville, NC, which is
widely known as the premier clinic in Western North Carolina. He worked at the clinic for 10 years,
during which time he also taught Acupuncture, Tui-na and Orthopedics at Daoist Traditions College of
Acupuncture, and Shiatsu at the Asheville School of Massage.
After treating patients for many years in a busy clinic setting, Eric desired to work in a smaller and
more intimate atmosphere, and so moved to Greenville, SC to establish his own practice, where he
specializes in gentle acupuncture and full attention to his patients.
In addition to practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine, Eric is a Licensed Massage Therapist and is
trained in teaching Yoga. He is also fluent in Spanish and volunteers as a teacher with GUAMAP, a non-
profit program that educates rural Guatemalans in basic acupuncture, so they can serve local
communities with little access to medical care.
Doctor of Oriental Medicine, New Mexico, January 2001-Present.
North Carolina Acupuncture License, June 2002-Present
South Carolina Acupuncture License, March 2012-Present.
National Board Certified in Acupuncture, NCCAOM, July 2001-Present
National Board Certified in Herbology, NCCAOM, July 2001-Present
Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College,Albuquerque, NM, July 2001.
Certificate in Advanced Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Chinese Herbal
Medicine and Tuina, Beijing International Acupuncture Training
Center, Beijing, China, August 2000.
Massage Therapy, Crystal Mountain Massage School, Albuquerque,
NM, June 1995.
Ayurvedic Massage, Ayurvedic Institute, Albuquerque, NM,
SELECTED CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
~2 year Post-gradutate Chinese Herbology Program, March 2012
~Cupping Traditions, April 2011
~Expanded Medical Ethics, January 2010
~Tuina Therapy, August 2007
~Treating Fibromyalgia with Acupuncture, August 2006
~East Meets West in Reproductive Medicine, September 2006
~Orthopedics, Spring 2006
~Herbs for Orthopedics, Spring 2006
~Tuina for Professionals, August 2005
~Oriental Medicine and Women’s Health – February 2005
~Infertility: A Chinese Medicine Perspective, June 2003
~Treating Diabetes with Chinese Medicine, May 2003
Eric Aufdencamp, DOM, LAc, All rights reserved.