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Acupuncture Today News Update: April 26, 2017

Are You Misdiagnosing This Condition?

Billing Done Right
By Samuel A. Collins
Are you trying to understand what you can collect from your patient when they have insurance? AT's "billing expert," Sam Collins, explains whether you have to accept the amount allowed by the plan or if you can collect up to the billed amount.
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Help Patients Heal Their Emotional Trauma
By Darren Starwynn, OMD, LAc
Navigating the ups and downs of loving relationships is often challenging — even for the most psychologically balanced among us. When your patients suffer emotional trauma, an AOM perspective can do a world of good.
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Women's Hormones: A Western & Eastern Perspective
By Nadiya Melnyk, DAOM, LAc
Although there is plenty of information regarding the science of hormones, most of this information, as well as conclusions from various studies, can be confusing and conflicting even to experienced physicians.
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Creating Good Business Buzz
By Felice Dunas, PhD
What do patients really think about working with you? Rarely do you hear the whole truth. Those who improve may be candid in their gratitude. However, if a patient doesn't like something about your work, staff or clinic, he or she will be less enthusiastic and more likely to leave your practice without your knowing why.
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Clearing Blocks to Improve Cosmetic Acupuncture
By Michelle Gellis, LAc, MAc, DiplAc
Do you know energetic blocks can prevent treatments from being effective or holding? Behind any facial acupuncture treatment, whether it is for cosmetic or functional purposes, is the principle of directing energy up to the face. Learn how clearing blocks before initiating treatment is at the core of healing.
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Balancing Spring Challenges
By Craig Williams, LAc, AHG
Unresolved imbalances in the winter months can lead to chronic spring imbalances if not properly addressed. Learn about the profound impact the spring environment has upon the expression of patterns of imbalance and what you can do to help patients.
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"A" Isn't Just for Acupuncture
By Editorial Staff
You may think you know how your patients feel about you and the care you provide, but it's always good when a survey provides actual data. Here's what patients think about acupuncture – use these results to help spread the good word about your practice.
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Eczema & Acupuncture: A Sound Solution (Part 1)
By Josephine Fan, et al.
Eczema affects approximately 3.5 percent of the global population and is one of the most common skin complaints seen by dermatologists. The mechanism that causes eczema is not well understood, but the potential for acupuncture to help is distinctly clearer.
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Dangers of the Smartphone
By Ross Rosen, JD,LAc, MSTOM, Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)
What is your experience with the pulse? After one practitioner began noticing a "Leather-Hard" pulse in younger patients (typically felt in patients exposed to radiation therapies during cancer treatments), he began to do some research. Here's what he discovered.
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