Graph Analysis #6: Triple Energizer Finale 5/5 (38)

Have you been following our series on the Triple Energizer? Honestly, after Graph Analysis #5, I thought I was done with this subject–but I was WRONG.

I just had to continue the Triple Energizer discussion after my patient came in this week with a graph that looked so amazing. This patient has made a sudden, HUGE shift. This is by far the BEST graph she’s ever had!

Treating with an emphasis on the Triple Energizer channel made the first shift. But what made the second shift? That is EXACTLY what we will be discussing today!

If you need to catch up on our Triple Energizer discussion, here are the links to get you started.

What the Heck is a Triple Energizer Anyway?

Graph Analysis #4: Triple Energizer

Graph Analysis #5: Triple Energizer Continued

A quick recap:
34-year-old female

Chief Complaint:  Chronic DAILY headaches for 10+ years

  • Chronic headaches (tension and migraine), neck pain and shoulder pain–since college; worse in the last two years
  • Tends towards constipation and has a lot of bloating and gas
  • Allergies and phlegm
  • Irritable and stressed; type A personality
  • Energy level: 5/10; tends toward cold, occasional night sweats
  • Infertility issues
  • Constipation

In Graph Analysis #4 and #5, she made incredible progress. Since then, I added one more element  into my treatment strategy and her results skyrocketed! Now she is only having one or two mild, controllable headaches every couple of weeks.

This is what I learned:

In January of this year, Dr. Jake Fratkin came to Miridia Technology to teach Clinical Applications of Clinical Diagnosis. Dr. Fratkin taught about the importance of treating scar interferences.

I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I never specifically asked this patient if she had any scars. Usually, I watch for scars during the course of treatment and treat as necessary, but hers were not visible. Come to find out, she had breast reduction surgery 15 years ago, along with a C-section in the last few years. Because her scars were not in obvious view during treatment, I never considered scar interferences to be a problem. Once I became aware, I found obvious energetic blockages–especially under her breasts.

The next big shift for this patient came AFTER treating her scar interferences. Her PIE score DRAMATICALLY changed and so did her health. Let’s take a look:



I love having AcuGraph to monitor patient progress. Of course we all know that patients with chronic health conditions need longer courses of treatment; but it’s not always easy to convince a patient that they need long-term acupuncture in order to get better. She persevered with eight months of treatment because her graph continued to show improvement. AcuGraph was PRICELESS for this patient.

Are you using AcuGraph as a tool to monitor your patient’s progress? I do–and it continues to pay for itself time and time again. When you click on the link below it will give you 4 options to choose from. I recommend the Practice Builder package. It has nearly all of the tools you’ll need!

AcuGraph Video demo

Have a great week!

If you want to learn more about Graph Analysis, check them here.

P.S. If you would like to learn more about treating scar interferences from Dr. Fratkin–I highly suggest his seminar: Clinical Applications of AcuGraph Meridian Diagnostics!

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Dr. Kimberly Thompson, DACM, L.Ac.

Dr. Kimberly Thompson, DACM, L.Ac. is a US licensed acupuncturist in the state of Idaho and certified in the treatment of acupuncture, Oriental medicine and Chinese herbology by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Kimberly wears multiple hats in the acupuncture community. She owns her private clinic, Meridian Family Acupuncture. She has spent the last 10 years working for Miridia Technology as an acupuncture Research Analyst–where she helps plan, develop, and integrate modern diagnostic and treatment tools for the ever-evolving scientific world of acupuncture. Kimberly is a world-renown teacher, blogger, columnist, and mentor in the acupuncture community.

2 Replies to “Graph Analysis #6: Triple Energizer Finale

  1. I’m not aware of receiving previous lessons on the AcuGraph until this one (#6). I may have clicked them off, not recognizing the Dr’s name vs: AcuGraph

    Please notify me as to how I can acquire the previous sessions.
    Dr. Vickerman (417)962-5100

    1. Hello Dr. Vickerman,

      I’m sorry that you missed out on the previous blog posts. The good news is that you can find them all on our web page! If you click on our blog page, you can easily access any of my previously posted articles.

      Type in any key word to find what you are looking for. Here are a couple of ways to make your search more effective:

      If you are looking for articles in the graph analysis series, type in: “Graph Analysis #”.
      Or you can simply type in “Kimberly” for any other articles that I have written.

      I’d love to hear your feedback.

      Best regards~

      Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac.

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