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Kath Bartlett, Doctoral Fellow, LAc
Licensed Acupuncturist & Traditional Chinese Herbalist
Licensed Acupuncturist & Traditional Chinese Herbalist
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Drug's weren't sufficient to relieve this nurse's chronic hip pain. We were please when the pain disappeared with Balance Method acupuncture. 

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This young lady's chest pain was magically gone as soon as i inserted the tiny needles. I was glad I could help her.

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This lady with arthritis was pleased when i was able to loosen up her stiff neck and shoulders with Balance Method acupuncture. I added a few more hair like needles and her hip pain magically disappeared.

Its results like these that make practicing acupuncture worthwhile. I love being able to help people by relieving their pain.

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This man was smiling after I inserted a few tiny needles: his neck pain instantly disappeared. What a relief Balance Method acupuncture offers.

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As soon as I placed a few tiny needles in her wrist, this lady with a sprained ankle was able to stand On Her Toes! I added a few more needles and her headache melted away. . .

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Andrew Weil recommends acupuncturists who have gone to acupuncture college over a medical doctor who took a 300h course and to do acupuncture because acupuncturist's are more highly trained.
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a follow up video to the ocom alumni response about acupuncture employment prospects.

here, lisa gives an educated and frank discussion about the realities of being able to may a living practicing acupuncture.

i must watch for anyone considering acupuncture as a profession. please share this video about what the schools won't tell you.

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if know someone who is interested in acupuncture as a profession, please ask them to watch this video first.

pls watch this video:
http://blip.tv/community-acupuncture-network/re-the-changing-demographics-of-acupuncturists-6501674

it is an ocom alumni response to an article by ocom authors in the journal of american acupuncture entitled "The Changing Demographics of Acupuncturists" regarding employment prospects for acupuncturists.

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a google review posted this week for a patient i treated last month:

I came to see Kath at Bartlett Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine with some rather significant health issues as well as suffering severe pain from a bout of the Shingles. Kath Bartlett's ability as an Acupuncturist is truly amazing. The shingles pain was virtually eliminated immediately during the first minutes of the first treatment. Though some of the pain crept back over the course of the day, subsequent visits were able to relieve the pain for good as well as address the underlying nerve inflammation caused by the shingles virus. Further Kath was able to put together a mix of Chinese Herbs, which I took over the course of the next several weeks, which helped tremendously in the strengthening and revitalizing of my immune system. This was my first visit ever to an Acupuncturist. It was only because others had recommended her so highly that I even tried it... I'm certainly glad I did! Kath's professionalism, skill and caring demeanor have played a major role in returning me to pain free good health. Oh, and for you first timers, don't be afraid of those little-ole needles… they're so tiny that you can barely even see them - which means that you can barely even feel them.

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