The Two Hats You Must Wear When Treating Your Patients

Being an acupuncturist in private practice requires more than needles, herbs and treating patients. You have to wear the hat of both a healer and a business person. Yes, it’s true. You are not only in the business of helping people to get well and stay healthy, but you also have to run a business.…

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3 Tips To Successfully Build A Busier Practice

In my experience, most practitioners feel a practice slump on a regular basis. It’s inevitable! Everything has an ebb and flow. So it’s extra important to stay in constant communication with both your active and inactive patients – sharing the acupuncture is awesome message. Here are 3 Tips On How To Successfully Build A Busier…

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[Guest Post] My Biggest Rookie Mistakes

Guest Post by Lisa Hanfileti, LAc I loved every single minute of my acupuncture school training. Seriously! At the age of 33 I left an unfulfilling (yet lucrative) job just so I could attend acupuncture college. I was grateful to finally live my life in alignment with my beliefs. I can honestly say I enjoyed…

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The Importance of First Two Patient Visits

Building trust with patients is at least as important as the effectiveness of the treatment you are offering. Both are equally important to a successful practice. Many patients are skeptical about acupuncture and TCM. They may receive conflicting or erroneous information about our medicine through the media or ill-informed and skeptical individuals. Patients may not…

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9 Step Roadmap To Practice Success

Every practice and practitioner is different but there are business basics you need to follow to keep your practice afloat, and frankly make your life easier. These 9 steps provide the beginning framework to further you down the road of practice success!. Step 1: Your first decision is to determine if you want to work…

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