Welcome to AcupunctureBiz.com!

Whether you are starting a practice or building it to new levels, AcupunctureBiz.com provides the platform for successful practitioners and entrepreneurs to share their experience.

Identify Common Challenges

We are stronger collectively, than we are on our own. Hear about the common pitfalls that other successful practitioners have made on their journey so you don’t have to.

Essential Foundations of Business

All successful entrepreneurs begin with an idea, but cannot be truly successful without a strong foundation built from consistent and systematic business practices.

Break Through Barriers

The expectations set by our profession, often by our own educators, are that 50% or more of acupuncturists fail within 5 years. We must create a vision for success.

Health Professionals Unite

Whether you are starting a practice or building it to new levels, AcupunctureBiz.com provides the platform for successful practitioners and entrepreneurs to share their experience. Take the guesswork out of building a thriving practice.

AcupunctureBiz.com brings you the resources you need break through the barriers that hold you back. The Acupuncture Entrepreneur sits down with leaders in health, and in business. Guests share their failures, and their path to success, so new and growing practitioners alike, can build the success they seek.

15,804

Active NCCAOM Diplomate US practitioners in U.S.

$47,788

Median Pay for Acupuncturists

$80,000

Acupuncture Degree Annual Tuition

1.4%

Acupuncture Patients in 2007

Top Tips from Successful Acupuncture Entrepreneurs and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Practitioners

“How can I establish a growing network of clientele in an area where I have no roots or resources?”

Danielle
Jose T

“What I am most nervous about in terms of opening a practice is, getting patients to understand that it may take more than 1-2 treatments to see results. I am hoping that by opening a community style clinic, patients will be willing to come in more often and end up seeing better results.”

Danielle
Danielle S

The best decision I made in my practice was to hire a business coach. It is vital to learn what your strengths and weaknesses are, and surround yourself with those who can compliment your specific skills. I earned an extra $60,000.

Eric
Eric B