What is Acugraph?
Acugraph is a computerized tool to analyze and document the energetic status of the acupuncture meridians. The test uses a probe with a cotton top to touch specific points on your hands and feet. Several types of graphs and recommendations are generated and the practitioner then formulates a treatment plan.
How long does the exam take?
The exam takes 2-3 minutes and is completely painless. You will only feel the cotton tip of the probe.
What is the advantage of Acugraph?
Acugraph uses modern science and 4,000 year old tradition Chinese Medicine principles to assess the bodies condition and guide treatment in a more objective and scientific fashion that traditional diagnostic methods.
What will the exam tell me?
The exam will give you a pictorial representation of the current state of balance in your acupuncture meridians. There will also be a spinal diagram that your chiropractor or physical therapist may find useful. Herbal recommendations and a written summary that describes possible symptoms will be included in you “Meridian balance report”
How is the information provided by Acugraph used?
Once an initial graph and report are generated, a treatment plan is initiated. Mid way between your treatment and/or after treatment a repeat graph is taken. The progress is charted and analyzed to formulate further treatment.
How many acupuncture visit will I need?
We recommend 10 visits a course of treatment but also have a 5 visit package.The 10 visit package includes 3 Acugraph reports and the 5 visit package includes 2 Acugraph reports.
Can I still get an Acugraph report without buying a package?
Yes! If you want to obtain a report and track your treatment with your chiropractor or therapist etc. The cost is $25 via a scheduled appointment.
Where can I learn more about Acugraph?
Is there proof it works? Is it backed by “Science”?
Yes! many practitioners have been using Acugraph for years with amazing results! As for “Science” Acugraph has been shown not only in patient results but, by scientific study that it does what it claims!
Click the link below to learn more: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21602233/