Where in the World is Kimberly? 5/5 (37)

I’ve got my passport ready and I’m heading to Canada next week, eh? Eastern Canada is having their first Asian Integrative Medicine Symposium in Toronto—and Miridia Technology is excited to be an exhibitor. We want to support the team over at Asian Integrative Medicine, Inc. They have put a lot of effort into creating this event and are planning to make this an annual symposium.  Click on the link above or the picture below for more information. You’ll be excited to see a lot of BIG presenters in the world of TCM—such as Peter Deadman, Robert Chu, and Honora Wolf!

This is a great opportunity for any practitioners in southeastern Canada or the northeastern section of the United States to come out and support this event. If you’ve been watching us online and in Acupuncture Today–but haven’t seen the AcuGraph or Auriculo PC in person, this is your chance!

I’ll be doing demonstrations all weekend long. Come by and say hello. We’ll have some great special offers at our booth as well.

I’ve not yet been to Canada–but I’m really looking forward to it.

According to a website that I found, the term “eh” has multiple meanings….

Eh? = what did you say?
Eh? = what do you think?
EH? = something to say just to end a sentence.
Ehhhh!! = WOW!!
EH!? = what do you mean?
Eh?? = your joking!!!??
EH!! = Hello… (your off in the distance!!!)
Eh! = sure!!

So, I’ll ask the question again:

Do you want to come and visit me in Toronto at the AIM Symposium, Eh? (What do you say? What do you think?)

Talk to you soon! Make sure you watch for the pictures I’ll be posting on Facebook—LIVE from Toronto!

Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac.



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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.

So, what do you think about it?