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Making Acupuncture Pay: Real-World Advice for Successful Private Practice, Matthew D. Bauer
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Author Name:    Matthew D. Bauer

Title:   Making Acupuncture Pay: Real-World Advice for Successful Private Practice

Binding:   PAPERBACK

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Dog Ear Publishing, LLC 

ISBN Number:   1457502798 / 9781457502798

Seller ID:   ING9781457502798

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Although acupuncture is currently experiencing a great increase in acceptanceand growth, many acupuncturists are failing to earn a living. Recent statisticssuggest that nearly 9 out of 10 acupuncturists end-up in private practice butmost of those are struggling to earn solid incomes. This book offers candidand comprehensive advice about what it really takes to manage a successfulacupuncture practice in the West today. Readers will learn the unique combination of skills needed to make acupuncture services effective and affordable while still allowing practitioners to earn a comfortable living. Distilled from 25 years of full-time private practice this is real-world advice offered by one of the acupuncture profession's most experienced practitioners and authors.
"Not strictly a clinical guide, or a business book, or a political treatise, butrather an original fusion of the most important aspects of all three, MakingAcupuncture Pay should be required reading for every student of acupuncture, for any acupuncturist who's struggling to make a practice work, andwell, for any acupuncturist...PERIOD "
-Brent Ottley, L.Ac.
"This book should be required reading before one enrolls in acupuncture school, as each chapter addresses the fundamental concepts and realistic prospects of the graduate earning a living as an acupuncturist."
-Pamela Howard, acupuncture student
Matthew Bauer began his practice in 1986 immediately after obtaining his State acupuncture license and as the sole source of support for his family of four. Learning how to manage his practice by trial and error, Matthew currently sees between 75-100 patients a week. In addition to his busy practice, Matthew also became involved with acupuncture organizations and as a consultant for the insurance industry helping to pioneer acupuncture HMO plans. He is the authorof The Healing Power of Acupressure and Acupuncture, which explores the Taoist roots of Chinese medicine as a means of educating the public about acupuncture's benefits. With Making Acupuncture Pay, Matthew begins his efforts to help fellow acupuncturists achieve the level of practice success he has been blessed to enjoy.

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