Wrist-Ankle Acupuncture (WAA) – Book Review

Wrist Ankle AcupunctureIn the 1960s Zhang Xinshu began treating difficult, recalcitrant cases with strong electrotherapies. Zhang Xinshu’s clinical search for an effective and relatively pain free treatment applicable to a wide range of conditions evolved into what we know today as WAA. The chapter on the history of WAA is an interesting insight into a clinician’s continuing exploration to better treat one’s patients.
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Community Based Acupuncture

LittleRedBooklove your microbusiness:
marketing for a community-based acupuncture practice
the working class acupuncture e-book (a little red book in disguise)
by Lisa Rohleder, LAc – Working Class Acupuncture

Most acupuncturists are self-employed, sole proprietors running a microbusiness. Not a small business, a microbusiness. Definitions vary, but usually the legal definition of a small business is one which has under 100 employees. A common definition of a microbusiness is a business with average annual gross receipts of $2,500,000 or less over the past three years. Makes a microbusiness sound pretty good, doesn’t it!

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San Char Points

三叉三穴 San Char)

When asked for a contribution to Balance Method .org, I really had no idea what to write about. Then, while reading some of the questions and comments on the Balance Method sites, it dawned on me that there is quite a large gap in the understanding of the San1 Cha1 points. Ergo, I decided that a discourse on these points might be just what the doctor ordered!

Compiled, collated, and translated by
James H. Maher, DC, OMD, Dipl. Ac., Dipl. T. Ac.

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