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How often do you use scalp acupuncture to treat your patients?
How many new patients did you see this year?
What technique do you most often use?
How often do you attend professional seminars?
Have you traveled abroad to learn about acupuncture treatment in other countries?
How often do you treat trauma victims in your practice?
Do you think incorporating more business management classes in AOM schools is useful for the profession?
Have you practiced pet acupuncture?
How do you connect with other local acupuncturists in your area?
What practice enhancements have you made this year?
Do you practice qi gong?
What percentage of your patients do you treat for weight loss?
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made up of a number of different elements that create your interaction
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The process of cleaning up the professional image of massage has
started. Unfortunately, it didn’t start from within the profession, but
rather by law enforcement. Sexual abuse and inappropriate sexual
behavior in massage establishments have made the headlines. Charges have
been brought against specific massage therapists and corporations that
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