Starting a new business right out of school is not for everyone. Many practitioners new to the field of acupuncture, and holistic health want to discover who they are as a practitioner and get some real treatment time under their belts before worrying about the nuances of running a small business. Getting a job at a health clinic or acupuncture office is a great way to get more experience, and these positions will come either in the form of being an employee or an independent contractor.[Read more…] about Independent Contractor vs. Employee in the Field of Holistic Health
Running an acupuncture business comes with many perks and being your own boss can offer a lot of freedom and flexibility in one’s life. This responsibility can also come with hardship, especially if the correct systems aren’t in place.
This article explains a few options for responsible and ethical ways to deal with scheduling issues — such as no-shows and late cancellations — in order to help streamline decision-making and allow your business to run smoothly.[Read more…] about How to Deal with No-Shows and Late Cancellations [Small Business Support]
“Needle Shock” is a condition that can be caused by acupuncture. Read on to learn more about why it happens and what to do if it happens to a patient in your office.[Read more…] about How to Deal with Needle Shock
As a licensed Acupuncturist staying up-to-date with your continuing education credits is crucial to keeping your license active. As a healthcare provider, it is also so important to stay inspired and never stop learning about practicing medicine. An easy and fun way to do this is through podcasts.[Read more…] about Podcasts For The Acupuncturist
Trying to choose an Acupuncture and Chinese medicine program? There are many decisions to be made when picking a school—such as location, cost, the focus of study, financial aid availability, and specific degrees available. This article highlights five of the best programs in the USA.[Read more…] about Top 5 Acupuncture Schools in the United States