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Acupuncture Today
March, 2002, Vol. 03, Issue 03
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Density Maps Added to

By Editorial Staff

How many other practitioners are in your area?

A new feature, Acupuncturist Density Maps, has been added to to answer that question. This feature is designed to show you how many acupuncturists and doctors of Oriental medicine practice in a specific part of the United States.

The maps divided the US into individual states, with each state divided into three-digit zip code areas. Each map contains the number of providers in each state and each three-digit zip code area.

As they are updated weekly, Acupuncture Today's density maps provide the most accurate data available. This information can be used by current practitioners who are looking to open a new office or relocate to an area that needs more acupuncturists. The density maps can also be used by new graduates who want to open their office in an underserved area.

To review the Density Maps, visit the Acupuncturist Locator ( and click the "Acupuncturist Density Maps" image.


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