Modern Acupuncture Method For Amazing Health Benefits

This tip is a bit longer than usual but I hope it will be of use to you. You may know I was an acupuncturist in Australia before moving to China. I trained in the traditional Chinese way of diagnosis through such methods as palpating the wrist pulses and inspecting the tongue. These are time-tested methods in Chinese medicine and they are still in use after over 2000 years.

But there is a modern method of acupuncture diagnosis and this is what I want to tell you about today. Why? If you have health issues that have not gone away through exercise and changing your diet or lifestyle you probably need some professional assistance.

My field is acupuncture and Chinese medicine so naturally this is what I recommend to people who have problems that cannot be resolved just by diet and exercise.

For the past 3 years I have been using a computerized program called Acugraph to diagnose people's health problems. It takes just 2 minutes to test each person, then the software analyses the data and provides a complete analysis of the person's state of health according to Chinese medicine.

The results I have been getting particularly for pain and stress have been absolutely amazing! I no longer use the traditional Chinese diagnostic methods - just Acugraph, which provides simple, easy to follow data so people can understand and see what's wrong with them. The treatment methods are also simple.

Unless you live in the south of China, though, I can't help you directly but I can help you find other Acugraph practitioners.

If you have health issues that you have not been able to resolve on your own, or through some kind of medicine or professional therapy, I recommend you go to the site below and see if there is an Acugraph practitioner in your area. Open the site then click the Community tab.

I am not affiliated with the site in any way. I bought Acugraph to use myself here in China and just in the past week the Find a Practitioner service has been launched from the company's website.

There's plenty of info on the site explaining what Acugraph is but if you have any questions let me know.

Acugraph website

All the best,


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About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.


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