6 Areas of Technology Your Practice Can’t Live Without

It’s always a challenge to practice ancient medicine in a 21st century setting. More than ever, patients want, need, and expect technology to play a major role in their care. The good news is that the latest acupuncture tech can make your time more efficient, your treatments more effective, and your practice more profitable.

The 2017 Acupuncture Technology Symposium

The 2017 Acupuncture Technology Symposium will not only tell you, but also show you exactly how to use all the best tools for superior results in YOUR practice. There are six areas of technology your practice can’t live without. Learn how to integrate the right acupuncture technology in each of these areas and how to succeed as a practitioner at the Acupuncture Technology Symposium in May, 2017!

The Acupuncture Technology Symposium is the MUST attend event for acupuncturists in 2017!

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Want to learn how to integrate these areas of technology into your acupuncture practice? Claim your spot at the Acupuncture Technology Symposium! The Early Bird pricing ends on February 28th, 2017! You don’t want to miss this.

 

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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.

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  1. I think along those lines all the time. It is impressive to look at the arsenal of tools in Oriental Medicine. An analogy … in studying genes at Sequana Therapeutics, I found they made progress when they, first, could find what they didn’t know and, second, when they could pinpoint a pattern of health. In studying Egoscue’s first book it was clear that he identified patterns of posture which represented patterns of health. In Oriental Medicine patterns of health come hand in glove with treatment. This is a great topic! Ironically, my patients have informed me of some of my best treatments and to my surprise it was not always the needles. The latitude of choices of delivery is important to every patient.

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