The Side Effects of Acupuncture Treatment

What are the side effects of acupuncture treatment? Being the curious sort, I sometimes see what acupuncture searches are most common in Google. Some of the results are very interesting. Recently, I ran across a gem of an article about the side effects of acupuncture. It was written from a medical standpoint…and it talked about… Read More »

Why you need to build professional referral bridges

————————————– Wanted: Successful Acupuncturist Seeking well-educated, charming, and nicely groomed acupuncturist who gets good results. Must have good communication skills and polite bedside manners. Practical experience in the field of bridge building is a MUST. ————————————– If this ad were for a real position, would it apply to you? Why does an acupuncturist NEED experience… Read More »

5 ‘Must-haves’ for a Successful Acupuncture Screening Event

When we take AcuGraph on the road for acupuncture trade shows, conventions and symposiums–we are the busiest booth at the event. It’s really a lot of fun having acupuncturists hang out and chat all weekend long. We’ve made many lifelong friends with acupuncturists all over the world by meeting at these events. Why do you… Read More »

Is ‘Acupuncture Technology’ still an Oxymoron Idea?

“People love [AcuGraph], it gets you patients, and potential clients love the charts and insights into their health. But…” I was cleaning my home office not long ago, and you’ll never guess what I found: A phone book. The Yellow Pages, in fact. Remember those? I frankly didn’t know I still had a phone book… Read More »

How do you keep your patients coming back?

Have you ever had trouble helping your patients understand Chinese Medicine? TCM terminology doesn’t make sense to patients who are programmed to think in terms of Western medicine. The ancient terms and concepts are important but often require an interpretation. That last thing you want to do is leave a patient confused. A confused patient… Read More »