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Open Letter to the Acupuncture Profession Regarding the Opiate Crisis

Dear Acupuncture Profession,

​We're really glad that you care about people dying from drug overdoses. And for people suffering with chronic pain, for whom medication, opiates and otherwise, has been the thin string they hang on to as they try to function in their lives, day


Reposted: Acupuncture Today and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Numbers

Although I have a whole bunch of other things I really ought to be doing (more on that later), there's this article in last month's AT that I can't seem to stop thinking about. So in honor of my two-year anniversary of being fired as a


Reposted: AT Says NCCAOM Numbers Even Worse. Wait, What?

 

Thanks to the alert readers who forwarded me this article in Acupuncture Today, and particularly to the alert reader who said: Hey, where did those graphs at the end come from?

Yeah, I know, it's kind of surprising that AT would devote an


Lisa Rohleder's Original Acupuncture Today Posts

As CAN gives way to POCA I think it would be good to see what proceeded CAN. Back in 2006, Lisa Rohleder answered Acupuncture Today's request to have new contributing columnists. They accepted her and for the next year Lisa wrote a column every other month until AT told her


A Response To Will Morris

Dear Will,

This post is to respond to your recent Acupunture Today piece entitled Cultural Competency in East Asian Medicine: Perspective as a Tool. 

I want to encourage you to follow your own advice and continue to “pursue


Guest Blog by Jennifer Woolf: Response to a recent AT article

Response to “Progress Report on Our Profession” By Mark McKenzie, LAc,, Acupuncture Today, December 2010“Trust the instinct to the end, though you can render no reason.”Ralph Waldo EmersonImagine my surprise when, glancing through the latest Acupuncture Today issue, I found yet another “Progress Report On Our Profession”. With


AT Says NCCAOM's Terrible Numbers Are Actually Even Worse. Wait, What?!?

Thanks to the alert readers who forwarded me this article in Acupuncture Today, and particularly to the alert reader who said: Hey, where did those graphs at the end come from?

Yeah, I know, it's kind of surprising that AT would devote an article to the NCCAOM's 2008


"Support for FPD Increasing"

I received the latest issue of Acupuncture Today in the mail yesterday.  On the front page was THIS ARTICLE.  Read and weep.  Then do something about it!

At the beginning of this article, Tina Beychok, Associate Editor, describes the FPD as "a doctorate degree that prepares a


Acupuncture Today and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Numbers

Although I have a whole bunch of other things I really ought to be doing (more on that later), there's this article in last month's AT that I can't seem to stop thinking about. So in honor of my two-year anniversary of being fired as a columnist of AT


With Gratitude...

I would like to thank Acupuncture Today for their front page story, “Acupuncture May Soothe Aching Heads.” I never learned anything suggesting this in my MSOM program (which is why we now need a first professional doctorate, FPD). This article will transform my practice.