Just taking a quick break from the rush of AcuGraph 4 upgrades to post a tip. I often get asked about graphing children and infants. People want to know if it’s appropriate to do so, and the answer is YES.
I originally was introduced to Ryodoraku acupuncture years ago when I took my newborn daughter to the acupuncturist because she wasn’t sleeping very well at night. The acupuncturist used an old manual Ryodoraku system to find her problem and treat her. I was intrigued, and began studying Ryodoraku. One thing led to another, and here we are today. All because of a graph on a baby.
A few nights ago at home, a different daughter, who is 6 years old, said she wasn’t feeling well and asked if I would graph her. I did so, and provided treatment. Afterwards, she drew me this picture:
In case you’re not well-versed in classic 6-year-old art, that’s my daughter, myself and the laptop computer. She’s being graphed.
So there’s your recommendation from my 6-year-old daughter.