I know acupuncture means different things to different practitioners, but I’m pretty sure NO practitioner thinks a backside full of splinters is therapeutic.
That’s precisely what you get if you sit on the fence too long. And I know at least one third of you are sitting on the fence right now. That CAN’T be comfortable.
OK, so what am I talking about this time?
Well, remember the annual Practitioner Survey we send out? We had hundreds of responses to our last survey and we’ve learned some surprising things.
For example, 32% of you don’t yet own AcuGraph. THIRTY-TWO PERCENT!
Now, I knew there were regular readers of this blog who weren’t AcuGraph users, but I didn’t know how many. I’ll admit I was surprised, and perhaps even a bit proud to learn that our Acupuncture Technology blog is good enough to be read by those who don’t even own the technology. That’s great, and we’re glad to have you in the family.
I guess this explains why I so often hear something like this from a new AcuGraph buyer:
“You know, I’ve been following you guys for years and I’ve always been interested. I guess I’m finally going to have to take the plunge.”
Yep, I know you’re lurking out there–one in three of you reading this–watching, learning, sitting on the fence and wondering if AcuGraph really will help your practice. This brings us to our second interesting finding from the survey:
AcuGraph users make, on average, 35% more money than non-AcuGraph users.
No, wait. I didn’t say that well. Let me try again:
Acupuncturists who use AcuGraph
make 35% more money
than acupuncturists who don’t.
There, that’s a little more like it.
So if you’re still up there on the fence, wondering whether AcuGraph will really help your practice, the answer is a resounding YES!!!
OK, now I know it’s not just about money for most of us. We’re in it for the patients. Certainly we are. But I also know that many, MANY acupuncturists struggle to make even a basic living, and a 35% raise will be the difference between succeeding and failing in practice. For the average practitioner, that 35% works out to about $15,000 extra per year. AcuGraph costs about $2,200. You do the math.
Isn’t it time for you to get down off that fence?
Here’s the link…time to join the club – Click Here
Have a great week!
(PS: you might want to get some help with those splinters!)