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Do you use lasers in your practice?
What is your biggest obstacle to staying current with acupuncture-related research?
What are your goals for your practice in 2014?
How do you think the Affordable Care Act will affect your practice?
What is the average time you spend with a patient?
Has social media had an impact on building your practice?
What area are you looking to improve in?
Have you been able to help your patients with infertility issues successfully?
Would you support of having one national acupuncture/Oriental medicine organization for all practitioners?
How often are you adding new herbs to your inventory?
How often do you treat patients for mental illness?
Do you keep up with TCM abroad to learn new techniques?
What is the percentage of gross clinic revenue from your herb sales?
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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
run massage establishments.
Can a small change in your massage practice make a big difference? Yes. Take a look around at the tools and products you are using in your
practice. From your massage oil to your massage table, your practice is
made up of a number of different elements that create your interaction
with your client.
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