Look Who’s Cool! 5/5 (40)

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Want to share in my excitement???

I walked into my office this morning and found the January issue of Acupuncture Today laying open on my desk. That’s not so abnormal because I’m always reading articles from Acupuncture Today. Here’s the fun part…

My newest article, Acupuncture For Kids is Not Scary, made the front page!

Now, just to be clear, this isn’t what makes me look cool, as I say in the title…KEEP READING…

It sure has been fun incorporating pediatrics into my practice. Little people add a lot of character into a clinic. I’ve found that my bond with their parents is even greater, which has been an easy way to get more referrals. Parents love a healthcare provider who takes good care of their kids! If you do a good job, they will blast your name (with wonderful compliments) all over Facebook!

In the Acupuncture Today article, I focus on using AcuGraph as a diagnostic tool.

Of course, once the patient is diagnosed via AcuGraph–I have a lot of really great suggestions for “painless” treatment tools and techniques.

Recently, I’ve added another fun “extra” into my clinic that kids really love!

Check out our new Laser Safety Glasses. My pediatric patients think they make me look PRETTY COOL

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So, what do you think? Do these glasses make me look pretty cool? 

Thanks for sharing in the excitement!

Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac.

Acupuncture Research Analyst

Miridia Technology

kimberly@miridiatech.com

 

 

 

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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.

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