Success with Shingles – ONLY 4 VISITS!

Dr. Jeff Snodgrass writes to report: This is a Case that we Treated last week using the AcuGraph. The patient presented with Shingles. We treated her every other day for first 3 visits then 3 days later. First Visit Second Visit Third Visit Fourth Visit Congratulations, Dr. Snodgrass on a job well done! I’m sure your patient is thrilled with the results–and so are we. Thanks for sharing, and please accept a FREE upgrade to... Read more

Follow AcuGraph

AcuGraph is now posting regular updates on facebook and twitter. We will be covering the development of AcuGraph 4 and other projects happening here at Miridia Technology. These networking sites will offer you a great opportunity to network with other AcuGraph practitioners and will allow us all to work together to advance the research and development of modern acupuncture. From time to time we will also be offering special discounts and other special offers through... Read more

Got Headache?

We’re pleased to announce Headache: our latest App release for iPhone and iPod touch! The aptly named “Headache” is an acupuncture reference specifically for researching and treating headache pain. Treating? Yes, that’s right. Now you can use your iPhone to research the cause of headache pain according to Chinese Medicine, then go one step further by actually treating the recommended acupuncture points with sound, vibration or pressure. Headache helps you (or your patients) quickly distinguish... Read more

From Sweden to Thailand

I just received the following letter from Dr. Heinz Kiso, an AcuGraph user from Sweden: Hello Adrian! While working in Thailand, I saw your mail about launching the new AcuGraph 4 in short. Congratulations and I hope it will be successful… I recently came home from Northern Thailand, after working at Chomthong Hospital in Chiang Mai area. All my patients appreciated the DMI [Digital Meridian Imaging–AcuGraph] and the confirming of the symptoms of their ailments... Read more

What’s Wrong with this Picture?

Greetings and best wishes for 2010! What a busy year end it’s been–and what a great year! 2009 was certainly an exceptional year, and not just in bad ways. I’ll write more about that later, but for today, I’d like to show you a quick case. Take a look at the following PIE Graph: What do you think? Honestly, if someone showed me this PIE without any other information, I’d think, “Hmm. Score is just... Read more

Falling Down the Stairs

I was in Kansas City last weekend where I taught a module on meridian graphing at the Acupuncture Society of America. I ran across an interesting case: One of the students in attendance at the seminar had slipped the night before and fallen down some stairs onto concrete. She landed on her right side and noted that she had pain in her right hip and the right side of her back, as well as her... Read more

Congratulations to Dr. Lohiya!

We came across this nice news article about a fellow AcuGraph user, so we thought we’d pass it along with our hearty congratulations to Dr. Lohiya. Can you believe he has treated over 200,000 patients and trained over 6,000 practitioners? Click here to view the article. Dr. Lohiya, thanks for the example and keep up the excellent work! Read more

Heads up for the December Rush

I must say, I can’t believe it’s already December. 2009 was a very busy year, but it really flew by. Now that we’re looking squarely at 2010, a bit of year-end planning is in order. I’d like to help save you some money and some hassle as well. Each year about this time, we meet with our accountant to review the year, determine the best ways to reduce our tax liabilities, and plan for the... Read more

Ears Follow Up

Just a quick note to thank everyone who downloaded Auriculo and provided feedback. We got lots of great ideas and input, and we’ll be implementing the best ones to make Auriculo even better. I’ll keep you posted when the next version is available. Meanwhile, thanks for all you do to support our efforts to provide the best Acupuncture software available! Our customers are the best! –Dr. Adrian Larsen Read more

AcuGraph in Action – Upcoming Live Events

We have some events coming up where you can see AcuGraph live and get your personal demonstration: PCOM: Pacific Symposium 2009 November 6-8, 2009 San Diego, CA, USA Acupuncture Society of America December 4-6, 2009 Kansas City, MO, USA Parker Seminar Las Vegas January 15-17, 2010 Las Vegas, NV, USA AOMA Southwest Symposium 2010 February 26-28, 2010 Austin, TX, USA AAAOM Expo 2010 April 8-11, 2010 Albuquerque, NM, USA Have a suggestion for a live... Read more

Tonification Squared

Today I’d like to address a question I’m often asked about the appropriate way to needle the acupuncture points that are suggested by the AcuGraph system. If you don’t use needles in your practice, this information is equally applicable to laser, electricity, or whatever treatment modality you use. The question usually is phrased something like this: “How do I know which points to tonify and which points to sedate?” or “I understand that I should... Read more

This Stuff Really Works

Hello Everyone, Sorry I’m a little late on the post this week. We finally got all moved into our new offices, and the next day started our annual quality system audit for 2 days. I’m just now catching my breath! But I hope this week’s entry will be worth the wait. I’ve just posted a new case study over in the forum. Here’s a teaser: Go have a look and let me know what you... Read more

Herbal Madness

Well, I’m pleased to report I got my computer back, got my data restored, and I’m back in business with nothing lost. But, as they say, when it rains it pours. I’ve called today’s post “Herbal Madness.” Let’s start with the Madness: I’m in the middle of a 2-week span that includes my children starting school, my oldest daughter getting her driver’s permit, moving our company to our new offices, releasing a major update to... Read more

Losing it All

This week I’m writing from a foreign country. Or at least it feels that way. I’m writing from a foreign computer, which is like a whole different world. I feel completely displaced, somewhat ignorant, and definitely alien. I probably deserve this exile, but I’m glad to know it’s only temporary. You see, I’ve written and spoken literally for years about the need for secure backup of computer records. I’ve continually offered our customers pearls of... Read more

So you like video training…

Thank you to everyone who responded to last week’s question about video training vs. email. Here are the survey results: I think you can guess which format we’re going to emphasize. Of course, we’ll still keep the eMail training in place too; we’ll merely add the video option as we go. Read more