Title: The Art of Practice Management For ...
Publisher: From Tao to Earth. Focus Practice Management Publications Inc., No Place
Publication Date: 2001
10.75" x 8.25". Appr. 275pp. Color illustrated paper wrappers. Near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 25160
Synopsis: What you will find in this book is a specific, comprehensive approach that gets to the root cause of success in practice.
This new book presents acupuncture practice as art from the standpoint of centering, qi, and wholeness. It builds on the premise that practices succeed from bridging inner and outer aspects of the self. It is an inquiry into the self and addresses clear understandings and approaches to reputable patient care and practice qi. It brings in the five elements and work with the seasons of practice from training and start-up to growth, stability, expansion and transformation. The authors artfully bridges the essence of both patient and practitioner well-being without excluding the practicalities of financial well-being. This book very specifically and extensively shows how the different parts of practice nourish and feed one another and are interdependent on one another for the qi to flow synchronistically.
It explores the dual nature of procedures that work and those which do not in acupuncture health care practice, returning again and again to the delicate balance of practicality and spirituality.
About the Author: Cynthia Flint Bestani has been a practice management consultant since 1984 primarily in the allied health professional field with a specialty in acupuncture practice management. She formerly instructed practice management at an acupuncture college in Santa Barbara, California and has written numerous books and pamphlets specifically for the acupuncture field as well as recorded audio tapes on practice management. She has spoken in the past on practice management at acupuncture conferences at the state, national, and international levels. She practices as a multidimensional therapist, meditation facilitator, and runs Dharma in the Pines, her meditation retreat center in Boulder, CO.
Dr. Peter G. Fernandez is one of the foremost respected consultants in the field of practice management for chiropractors and has written numerous books. His organization, Fernandez Discipline, holds seminars throughout the United States, primarily for chiropractors.
Neil Gumenick M. Ac (UK) C.T. (A), L.Ac Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) has maintained a practice in Santa Monica, Ca for over 20 years and has served as a professor at Emeror's College in Santa Monica and SAMRA University in Los Angeles. He has published numerous articles on acupuncture and body-mind-spirit. Neil holds three degrees and is the founder and director of the Institute of Classical Five Element Acupuncture. He has been a speaker at numerous acupuncture conferences and authored many articles for the acupuncture field.
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