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A few words of support..
This blog is in response to comments on this blog http://www.migrainesavvy.com/acupuncture-for-migraines.html by Holly Hazen.
On behalf of acupuncturists, I am sorry about the harshness and fearful overreaction displayed in the comments about your blog.
I know we say it a lot, but the old CA adage “frequency trumps cleverness” bears repeating.
This week we had some new patients come in, let’s call them Frank and Marie. Frank and Marie are a vivacious couple in their seventies
So You Want To Be Employed as a Punk?
If you think you’d like to work in an established community acupuncture clinic as an employee punk, here are some points to consider. In full discloser I will say that I do not claim to
The following is a newcomer’s take on the POCAfest, from one of POCA’s first organizational members, Joe Smith, aka Artdude, creator of POCA Point. This was originally posted on the Artdude blog.
Who Knew Acupuncturists Could Have So Much Fun
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Frequent acupuncture treatments trump other Chinese medical modalities in potency.
This mantra has been weaved into CA workshops for some time now. I can attest to its accuracy, and like to pass it along as well.
One such occasion was
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Back in December, I wrote Apprenticeship Proposal Report #1 and promised to write the rest real soon. It's now February, not exactly real soon, but here is a follow-up.
The first report outlines the problems that lead us to want some creative solutions to the
About a month into my new community acupuncture practice, I texted Brian (my husband). Here's what I said:
'I had 7!"
Students will appreciate the excitement of this moment. In a mere four hour shift, I treated seven whole patients! And talked to them too! And
Some members of the acupuncture profession seem more interested in obediently repeating the mantras of the 1 percent elites in America, rather than questioning the structure of power and yawning chasm of class inequality that prevent vast numbers of people from being able to afford acupuncture services. In a recent
There were a lot of reasons why CAN enlisted Brian Lindstrom to film the documentary that hopefully we all know about and have seen and promoted by now. First of all we know that Lisa Rohleder wanted it to change people's perception of what acupuncture is, what
Community acupuncture, what an amazing thing! Affordable, just about anybody can come for treatment. Efffective, because you can now afford to get more of what you need. Natural and side-effects free, it has a wide and beneficial effect on the whole body.
It's also very awkward.
Note: Jade (in the blog post right below that just got put up) and I didn't plan to write about much the same thing. It just turned out that way. Yo: that's how a coop works. We work together.
There's an interesting essay in the New York
Community acupuncture has much in common with the Occupy movement. There is urgent need to reform laws and cultural mores which legitimize obscene financial wealth and extravagant indulgence for the one percent. With seven billion people trying to live together on the planet, it is time for the age
Yesterday we celebrated our clinic's five year anniversary with a big, noisy, high calorie, live music included party. It was great to unite my open mic peeps with my acupuncture peeps in a sort of community soup. A lot of the acu folks had no idea you could hear
Michael Fine's book, the Nature of health: How America Lost and Can Regain a Basic Human Value is an excellent read. Check out chapter 15--toward a social definition of health on page 145.
big damn clinic
cats and mackerel
opiate crisis and acupuncture