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What is AcuGraph?


 Acuuncture has been around for thousands of years, but only recently has the ancient Chinese healing art met with modern technology in the form of the AcuGraph. This computerized tool for analyzing and documenting the Qi (or life energy) flowing through the body's pathways, provides doctors and acupuncturists with objective insight into a patient's overall condition that cannot be obtained any other way. The AcuGraph presents a physical "snapshot" of energy imbalances and allows the practitioner to formulate a precise treatment plan.


AcuGraph gathers it's information in a simple, two-minute exam, with measurement points located on the hands and feet for speed and convenience. Upon exam completion, the AcuGraph technology provides the most accurate exam verification and interpretation available. AcuGraph displays exam results in nine different graph styles, each masterfully designed to convey precise information in an easy-to-read format. Dr. Clements will explain and show your results with you. You can trust AcuGraph to give the right information, every time.   


AcuGraph includes an extensive library of acupuncture points, patterns, and treatments to help design the most effective treatment plan. The program also assists in explaining how these imbalances relate to a patient's symptoms, making it easier for some to embrace the therapy. A comparative AcuGraph analysis performed midway through treatment, records changes, allowing patient's to track their progress and us to redirect treatment as needed.


Imbalances in any meridian are treated through specific acupuncture points via cold laser therapy with specific frequencies, depending on whether the energies of the meridian are excessive, deficient or imbalanced from left to right. No needles are used, as these points tend to be tender to needle insertion.  






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