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Insurance For Acupuncturists – Choosing From The List Prospects

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  October 23, 2020
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Getting insurance for your acupuncture business is vital for your company to continue to thrive. It protects your financial as well as professional reputation, knowing that there’s an entity that can take care of the expenses should there be a lawsuit filed against you claiming malpractice. Given the importance of insurance for acupuncturists, it makes sense to find an insurance provider that can give you the best coverage possible in the market today. To help

Questions To Develop Your Marketing Mindset – Jeffrey Grossman

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  October 22, 2020
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Category: Blog, Live Event
   Hello. Hello and welcome. Thank you once again to the American Acupuncture Council for inviting me back for one of their To The Point marketing trainings. So I really appreciate coming back here, sharing some insights and wisdom to help guide you towards building a more profitable, more successful practice. Click here to download the transcript. Disclaimer: The following is an actual transcript. We do our best to make sure the transcript is

Yuan Qi Acupuncture – Poney Chiang & Suzanne Robidoux

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  October 15, 2020
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   Hi, good afternoon. My name is Poney Chiang. I’m one of your hosts for American Acupuncture’s live Facebook podcast show today. My special guest is Suzanne Robidoux, who is joining us all the way from Nanjing China. Dr. Susan Robidoux has spent over 20 years in China sharing when, after completing her master’s degree in us and, uh, went to China to learn Chinese language and martial arts, but ended up there until

You got this! Grow your practice now and in the future – Lorne Brown

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  October 8, 2020
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     Thank you again to the AAC, the American acupuncture Council for having me host To The Point. UMy segment is on practice management. My name is Lorne Brown. I’m a CPA. I’m also a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine. I practice in Canada, Vancouver, BC at Acupuncture Wellness Center. I’m the founder of healthy seminars, previous known as Prodigy seminars. Click here to download the transcript. Disclaimer: The following is an actual

Chondromalacia and Patellofemoral Syndrome: A Jingjin Perspective

Posted by aac-wpaccss on  October 5, 2020
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    Hello, everyone. Welcome to the American Acupuncture Council podcast. My name is Matt Callison. I’m with my colleague and dear friend, Brian Lau. Hello, welcome. We’re here to talk about Chondromalacia and Patellofemoral Syndrome. A Jingjin Perspective, because this is only 30 minutes. We’re not going to have a lot of time to be extremely thorough, but hopefully the, what we’re going to be talking about in this short presentation will hope to