P.S.

I apologize for two posts in less than 12 hours.  I knew I shouldn’t have been working until 11:00 last night .  I accidentally published a draft of the Mine! post. Subscribers, please visit the site for the correct version of the post.

In the meantime, this morning I had a chance to review yesterday’s Health & Science section in The Washington Post and came across this article on myofascial pain.  I suppose I could get my knickers in a twist that the author finds relief from dry needling done by an MD, maybe even posting a comment about how she was putting life and limb in danger by seeing someone other than an LAc for this procedure.  Instead, I’m happy that she got relief. And, to be honest, I’m doubtful that my acupuncture training and experience taught me what I would have needed to know to give this particular patient that relief she’s found.

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