AcuGraph and the ROF 5/5 (33)

What’s the most important clinical procedure you were NOT taught in school?

I’ll give you a hint. It’s not even something you normally think of as a “clinical procedure.” And yet it may have a greater influence on your results and ultimately on your practice than any other procedure you perform.

Do you know yet?

It’s the ROF.

That’s Report of Findings, in case you didn’t know–though I certainly hope you do know–because the ROF is one of the most important parts of your patient visit. The ability to present an informative, convincing Report of Findings is absolutely vital to the growth and prosperity of your practice.

A good ROF translates into patient compliance, results, and referrals, while a poorly done ROF produces only confusion, mistrust and disappointment.

How is yours?

If your ROF could use some help, I have a couple of suggestions. Even if you are already doing a good job with your ROF’s, there’s always room to do better. So here are a couple of thoughts:

1. Use AcuGraph. Yes, I know you expected to hear that one, but it will always hold true. People would rather be shown than be told. With AcuGraph, you can paint a picture, not a puzzle, and help your patients truly understand exactly what’s wrong, and exactly how you’ll help them. You’ll give them tangible evidence of the very real, but invisible imbalances that are robbing them of health and happiness. And you’ll show them how much they’re improving under your care. AcuGraph is simply an indispensable tool for a good ROF.

2. Get Some Training: Jeffrey Grossman, LAc, who produces hands-down the best Acupuncture patient education products in the business has done it again. He’s put together his ROF Mastery Training Program to teach you, step by step, how to master this important skill. (And yes, you’ll notice that he uses AcuGraph in his ROF’s too!) He aptly points out that a proper ROF is the “Most important clinical procedure you were NOT taught in school.”

But he’ll see to it that you ARE taught now, and taught correctly. He starts with direct, step-by-step, detailed video training and demonstration, then backs it up by giving you the full-color printed forms and plans you need to give the ultimate ROF. As if that weren’t enough, he even includes word-for-word scripts that are proven to get results. Even if you’re an ROF novice, you can be sure that Jeffrey will turn you into a master in short order.

But you know what’s the most amazing thing about his program? The price.

Don’t tell him I said this, but he’s got it priced WAY too low for the value he offers. I’d jump on it before he wises up and raises his prices.

You can get all the details at Jeff’s site by clicking here.

If you know, or even suspect, your Report of Findings could be better than it currently is, you owe it to yourself to check out Jeff’s program. Enjoy!

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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.

11 Replies to “AcuGraph and the ROF

    1. We have a large number of California Acupuncturists using AcuGraph, so I assume it is within the scope there. Since it is only an informational product and does not render any treatment, I wouldn’t expect any scope problems.

  1. if the probe is weak how can u change it and if you use it how years are u suppose to it updated one

    1. I’m not sure what you mean by “the probe is weak.” The AcuGraph equipment is designed to last for many years. Because it’s computerized, it either works or it doesn’t. It can’t just become “weak” but still work.

      I’m still using my original probe from 2003.

      Can you give more information about the problem you are experiencing?

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