Oct. 2nd, 2011

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 Have just returned from what I hope will be the first of many successful meetings with new friends from the internet, whom I of course hope to turn into patients. Having reached the conclusion that I am terrible at marketing and thus need all the help I can get, I am utilizing every possible social networking platform I can get my hands on in order to reach those who need my help (which is everyone, whether or not they choose to acknowledge it).

That sounds arrogant, perhaps? Nevertheless, I believe it's true. It's not just my care, of course; there are other acupuncturists, chiropractors, naturopaths, massage therapists, etc. It is inescapable that, for everyone (who doesn't have an exceptionally hardy constitution and set of longevity genes), wellness care is essential to true health. The more people I can help to stay out of the pill-pushing clutches of allopathic medicine (which can sometimes be necessary, don't get me wrong; no one's better than an allopath when it comes to critical care), the better.

Regular wellness care keeps more serious problems from developing, and that saves everyone more money in the long run. 

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