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(Harpers-Style) Community Acupuncture Index - Winter 2012



Much has happened since Community Acupuncture was born in the early 'aughts in Portland, OR.

Here are some numbers to demonstrate how affordable, group acupuncture geared toward average wage-earners has been found to be terrifically popular around the U.S. and

Replicability and the Economics of Practice

This blog post originated from comments on More on Replicability. Eric asked a number of good questions and in the process of preparing meaningful answers to his questions, this post grew into a blog of its own. (I have noted the 'question' and 'response' for ease of following this

189+ Community Acupuncture Clinics and I need help!

This post is more administrative/research oriented than most posts here, but hopefully you will derive a bit of fun from it as well. Most importantly I need you to check what I have done to see if it's correct before I go any further. But I am getting

GUEST BLOG: Investigating an Innovative Acupuncture Service Model by Dr. Kim Tippens, ND, MSAOM

strong>Investigating an Innovative Acupuncture Service Model: Characterization of community acupuncture clients

Kim Tippens, ND, MSAOM

Maria Chao, DrPH, MPA; Erin Connelly, MA


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Community Acupuncture Network 4th Annual Clinic Survey Results

Community Acupuncture Network

4th Annual Clinic Survey

INTRODUCTION:In January of 2011, a survey was sent out to all the clinics listed on the Community Acupuncture Network‚Ä


Yesterday half of my patients were men.¬† Black, white, and Latino men.¬† Working class, middle class, and professional men.¬† Young men and older men.¬† None of them are athletes; they aren't coming in because we advertise ‚Äúsports medicine.‚Ä̬† They were coming to manage everyday stress, serious chronic illness, acute

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

NCCAOM and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Numbers

This is the first of a series of posts in which I am going to be blogging about various kinds of data. We are looking forward to the release of this research project soon, and I'm guessing that there will be plenty to talk about. And it's almost time

A Spike in Acupuncture Numbers, 2007 NIH survey.

The National Institute Of Health has just published the results of its 2007 survey on the usage of CAM ( Complementary and alternative medicine). Its last one was published in 1997 and there have been some signifigant changes in acupuncture usage, CAM usage and what we spent our out -of - pocket