Acugraph is the (gf) bread and butter of my acupuncture practice

AcuGraph is The (GF) Bread and Butter of my Acupuncture Practice 4.95/5 (19)

ourse), but I'm here to tell you that AcuGraph is the (GF) bread and butter of my Chinese Medicine practice. Not to be dramatic, but I'm pretty sure I would not survive without my Acugraph. Is there such thing as AcuGraph dependence?! Let me share with you WHY AcuGraph is such an invaluable tool in my practice, and HOW I use it every day for superior acupuncture diagnosis, treatment, and patient communication. Read more

AcuGraph Readings and Cellular Health

AcuGraph Readings and Cellular Health; A Different Approach to Graphing 5/5 (2)

I, Dr. Larsen, decided to get together with Dr. Steiner again to dive a little bit deeper into the way Dr. Steiner uses AcuGraph, and to answer some of the questions we've received from our users about AcuGraph and Electrical Diagnosis. Let's call this conversation "AcuGraph Readings and Cellular Health; A Different Approach to Graphing." Read more

The Primary Channel Balance – Part 2 5/5 (1)

Relationships of acupuncture meridians (channels) have been mapped out since the Nan Jing (100 CE). The essential premise is that qi (life energy) flows through twelve channels in a continuous sequence. This energy nourishes and invigorates all tissues along each pathway, including designated organs (zang-fu), blood flow, muscle, bone, etc. Read more