More Surprises 5/5 (34)

I’ve got good news on a couple of topics for you today.

First, since my last post, I’ve heard from a number of you and the message is clear: When can we see AcuGraph 4? And how much longer must we wait to get our hands on a copy?

This brings us to the first bit of good news: We’ll be announcing full details next week.

We’ve been extremely busy here with a flurry of testing, polishing, refining, and further testing as we prepare AcuGraph 4 for its public debut. As more and more features are completed, I’m personally getting more excited to share it with you. So be sure to keep an eye on your in-box next week. I’ll finally be able to start giving you the goods on the most amazing developments in Ryodoraku history.

Meanwhile, I want you to know we’ve been busy on more than just AcuGraph. Take a look at our latest development.

To preface: How many of us have greeted our patients with a sight similar to this in our offices:

While I’m certainly in favor of having an AcuGraph system available in the office, I’ll admit I’ve been frustrated with the mess–the probes dropping on the floor, the tangled cords, the occasional spilled water, and the overall lack of organization. Now and then I even pull my AcuGraph off the table when I pull the probe wire too far. It’s unprofessional and sloppy, in my opinion. And after 7 years of inconvenience, I’ve finally done something about it.

Introducing the Graphing Station desk accessory for your AcuGraph system:

We’ve been working for several months on this solution and I’m very pleased with how it turned out. I think you’ll agree it’s the ideal solution for the professional AcuGraph user. Here’s how it works:

1. Probes are conveniently stored and easily accessible in the probe wells.

2. Moisten the probe in the integrated water well, where the water is kept safe and will NOT spill, even if bumped!

3. Tap off excess water on the integrated cotton pad to maintain ideal probe moisture.

That’s it! You’re ready to go.

Now, answer this question: How many times have you accidentally pulled your AcuGraph instrument off the desk and onto the floor? We build them tough, but it’s still possible to break the processor unit with a drop from a desk. And that’s an expensive catastrophe–to the tune of about $700!

But not to worry! The Graphing Station securely holds your AcuGraph instrument on the desk, where it belongs. The heavy weight and non-slip feet make sure you won’t make a $700 mistake by leaving the probe loose and tripping on the cord.

And the Professional Graphing Station will help you maintain proper cleanliness. The Graphing Station includes a supply of cups, pads and probe tips–and each only takes a second to change, so it’s never a problem to keep your instrument clean!

Your patients will appreciate your professional image when you use the Graphing Station, and you’ll appreciate the convenience and security of having all your supplies clean, safe and accessible.

So to summarize:

  • Clean water that won’t spill
  • Ready supply of tips
  • Ideal probe moisture
  • Probes won’t tangle
  • Processor is kept safe
  • Extra supplies included
  • Enhances your professional image

So what do you think? Did we get it right? Please leave a comment and let me know!

And stay tuned next week for complete details on AcuGraph 4, as well as how to get your AcuGraph Professional Graphing Station!

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Dr. Adrian Larsen

Adrian P. Larsen, D.C., F.A.S.A., C.Ac. Dr. Larsen is President of Miridia Technology Inc., and one of the developers of the AcuGraph Digital Meridian Imaging system. He currently divides his time between research, product development, and teaching. Dr. Larsen also holds certifications in Applied Kinesiology and CPK, and has specialized training in SOT and craniopathy. He, his wife, and 7 children reside in Meridian, Idaho.

19 Replies to “More Surprises

  1. Thankyou Adrian,Love the new holder,it will make testing so much more professional.Cant wait for Acograph 4,I know it will be the best,as with all your products,they are made with great passion.Many Blessings Kylie

  2. Excellent work Adrian. Great proactive customer service to see and fill the need before most of us expressed what we are surely all thinking.
    While I’m here. I would like more portability. Will Acugraph 4 work on the IPad?

  3. Awesome. It’s one of those things that the moment you see you just say YES, GOTTA GET ONE. Matt

  4. Kudos. These 2 new products/upgrades will add an air of professionalism that will make other companies envious!

  5. hola a mi me parese un avance muy importante espero noticias y que el precio sea acsecible para poder trabajar con este gran aparato


  7. Hello, Adrian.

    I like the Graphing Station desk accessory. May I suggest a third “well” to hold the laser pen, or a groove in which to lie it down.

    Best wishes for version 4.

  8. me parece excelente que ahora las puntas de prueba vengan con un soporte y veo que muy practico, gracias adrian por ese detalle hacia falta, cuentame algo cuanto esta costando el equipo ahora, puesto en cucuta colombia

  9. Great idea!! This will certainly help keep a small desk area organized and tools accessable.

  10. The new acugraph desktop station will be an awesome addition.It will help keep my desktop much more professional looking and be more functional.I would suggest that a flip up cover (that covers the water,moisture pad ,and Q-tips…perhaps see-through/clear) be added .Patients like to see things covered and dust /germ free in an acupunture environment.Thank you.

So, what do you think about it?