A Six-Figure Income in 3.5 Days Per Week: Practice Wisdom from Kevin Doherty

Note: Kevin Doherty is one of the first people I stumbled across a few years back when we started this blog. He built a successful acupuncture practice, then went on to become an author and business coach. He’s a smart guy, which I like, but he’s also walked the talk, building a six-figure income while […]

The Best Acupuncture Practice Management Resources on The Web

On February 13, 2008, in acupuncture marketing, online resources, by Dan

Here are our favorite acupuncture-specific online resources for practice growth and management, in no particular order. Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments. Acupuncture Business School Workshops, coaching, teleconferences, books, distance learning…ABS just about has it all. In the words of founder Andy Rosenfarb: “ABS is a developing resource for L.Ac.’s who […]

TCM Resource Site

On September 27, 2007, in acupuncture marketing, online resources, by Dan

ChineseMedicineTools.com offers a broad spectrum of TCM practitioner resources – you’ll find everything from forums, podcasts and a wiki to product suppliers and research. You can even get your own hosted blog. The site has over 400 registered users, so the forums have a reasonable level of activity. Registered users can submit their own sites/blogs […]

Acupuncture Marketing Tools

On August 27, 2007, in acupuncture marketing, by Dan

The folks at Acutoronto have taken some of their homespun promotional print materials and made them available for sale on their site. I haven’t seen them up close to check the quality, but they may be worth a look. Acutoronto

Acupuncture Marketing Blog Roundup

On August 8, 2007, in acupuncture marketing, by Dan

Here’s a quick shout out to a few acupuncture blogs with a marketing/practice growth slant that you might enjoy. Drop by if you’ve got a minute. Acupuncture Marketing Blog Insights for Acupuncturists Acupuncture Marketing Success

Acupuncture Practice Growth Resources

On July 31, 2007, in acupuncture marketing, by Dan

Insights for Acupuncturists has a solid list of practice-building links, a few of which I hadn’t seen. Worth a look, and as with most of these resources, they apply to just about any CAM practice, too. Resources to Help Build Your Acupuncture Practice

Acupuncture Book Review

On January 29, 2007, in acupuncture marketing, books, by Dan

I just finished Lisa Rohleder’s book, The Remedy: Integrating Acupuncture into American Health Care. I’d discovered her book and Working Class Acupuncture, via the Integrator Blog a while back, and she was kind enough to shoot me a copy of the book to review. If you’re NOT an acupuncturist, let me grab you before you […]

More Acupuncture Pricing Debate

On December 13, 2006, in acupuncture marketing, pricing, by Dan

The Integrator Blog has an update on the Working Class Acupuncture story, including several interviews and comments. Worth a look – there’s a larger picture here that goes beyond acupuncture. Link

Affordable Acupuncture – Charge Less, Earn More?

On November 27, 2006, in acupuncture marketing, pricing, by Dan

John Weeks’ The Integrator Blog featured an interesting article on Working Class Acupuncture, a Portland, Oregon clinic built on the concept of making acupuncture more affordable. As Lisa Rohleder, LAc, began trying to make sense of the business of professional acupuncture, she witnessed two distinct phenomena. First, she observed that a huge percentage of the […]

Increasing Holistic Patient Return Visits

There is a natural progression to starting an alternative health practice. After opening your doors, the first order of business is, of course, to get as many new patients as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, a natural second step in this process is to forget all about these patients once they leave the office. The file […]

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