Posts Tagged ‘survey’

Somatics Classes Start Next Month

Many of you know that this year I dove into a new modality that I think can be of great benefit to my patients: Hanna Somatics. Hanna Somatics uses very gentle movements to help re-pattern the brain to address muscular imbalances in the body. This can help improve pain and stiffness, limited range of motion,

Is Acupuncture Too Expensive?

In my survey last month, 20% of respondents felt that people don’t try acupuncture because it’s too expensive. What a great opportunity to spread the word about community acupuncture! Standard market rates for acupuncture can range from $50 to over $100 for a one-hour treatment. And since acupuncture usually requires a series of treatments to

Survey Results: Why Don’t More People Try Acupuncture

Thank you to everyone who took my survey about why people don’t try acupuncture. Some of the results came out as I expected, but others surprised me. I will be discussing the results over the next several blog posts. To begin with, here was the basic information: 30 People responded to the poll. 43.3% of

I Want Your Opinions!

A 2007 survey by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (part of the National Institutes of Health) showed that less than 2 percent of adults in the U.S. had received acupuncture in the past year. A 2003 survey by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine found that about 9% of

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