The SIATTEC is a member of the CFMTC.
Name: SIATTEC (independent union of acupuncturists and Chinese energy therapists).
Form: association under the law of 1901. Declaration receipt no. 31, registered at Bollène town hall (Vaucluse), created in 1988.
Audited by a chartered accountant from Avignon.
Tel: 04 90 03 72 50
Chairman: Thierry VINAI
Treasurer: Alain GALAND
Secretary: Jean MASSE.
General meeting once a year or extraordinary meeting if necessary (on request).
To provide its members with professional liability insurance and legal cover. Once the certificate in manual medicine or acupuncture has been validated, students can register as trainees and, once the certificate in traditional Chinese medicine has been validated, they can register as professionals. Insurance registration takes place in January or July.
Support members when they set up their practice and if they encounter any problems (council of the order of doctors, physiotherapist, etc.) they must contact SIATTEC as a matter of urgency so that the arguments during the examination go smoothly.
When setting up your business, make sure you are as "legal" as possible and do not use any prohibited or compromising terms.
Support them in their disputes with official bodies (Urssaf, RSI, etc.).
Offering additional training in France and China, under a partnership agreement with Shanghai State University (only Beijing, Shanghai and Nanking are listed and recognised by the WHO as universities offering training in acupuncture).
Validation of the qualifications of foreign practitioners.
Keeping them up to date with advances in the profession, both at confederation level and in terms of changes in legislation.
Propose a joint examination with the UFPMTC/FNMTC under a single CFMTC banner.
Member of the CFMTC.
At the time of a trial, to obtain the famous recognised not guilty, relaxed.
In the first year (trainee), the procedural costs of a member's trial will be covered up to a maximum of 3,000 euros. From the second year onwards, SIATTEC will pay all legal costs.
Work towards recognition of the profession (inspired by the recognition of previous osteopaths, physiotherapists, etc.).