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May 30, 2007

Acupuncturists Guide To Practical Acupuncture Business Management & Training

I admit I haven't searched the web for similar sites, but someone just brought to my attention a no non-sense look at what life is like post graduation for Acupuncturists. Lisa Hanfileti, LAc, MAcOM, an OCOM grad, started a website designed with this in mind:

"The question is, how does an aspiring acupuncturist, who has little experience (and even less interest) in the business world, open a successful acupuncture practice? Eight years ago I was asking myself that question. And avoiding a whole bunch of other questions. I just did not have an inclination for business and resisted the whole notion of practice management and marketing. I often wished I had a real-life acupuncturist who had "been there, done that" to guide me along the way. Insights-For-Acupuncturists is an answer to that wish." - Link

If you're a business person you would read this and be like "Of course that's what you should do." But we Acupuncturists aren't that so if you're about to graduate or thinking ahead, take a quick read and keep all of this in your head when moving forward.

Posted by Admin at May 30, 2007 03:44 PM