Running a Safe and Successful Acupuncture Clinic

By

  • Hong Zhu, Registered Acupuncturist and TCM Practitioner, Victoria, BC, Canada

This book informs the reader of the essential information for Running a Safe, Successful Acupuncture Clinic. Split into three sections cover Techniques and Safety (Risk Management), Ethics and Interpersonal Skills and Clinic Management, these three areas provide vital knowledge to any acupuncturist, regardless of whether a new practitioner or one already in practice with several years experience. Standing as an easy-to-use reference book as well as a comprehensive textbook this book is an essential read.
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Audience

Student and Practising Acupuncturists, Medical acupuncturists, TCM practitioners.

 

Book information

  • Published: September 2005
  • Imprint: CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
  • ISBN: 978-0-443-10088-8


Table of Contents

Techniques and Safety. Refining diagnostic skills and needling technique. Accident prevention and management. Reducing risk in other acupuncture techniques. Ethics and Interpersonal Skills. Ethical issues in acupuncture practice. Learning interpersonal skills with patients. Treatment planning and programs. Clinical Management and Continuing Education. New practitioners. Effective advertising for acupuncturists. Record-keeping. Developing your practice. Building and maintaining a network of health practitioners. The practical use of herbs.