Fractal: About Community Acupuncture

Fractal: About Community Acupuncture

Fractal: About Community Acupuncture

Community Acupuncture began as one woman's idea and is now a growing social justice health care movement. In just a decade it has grown from one clinic in Portland, Oregon, to a nationwide network of clinics organized as a multi-stakeholder cooperative: the People's Organization of Community Acupuncture. This book tells the story of how Lisa Rohleder's vision of what acupuncture could be - a high-volume, low-cost, community-based business model - became an international movement. This book is for a must-read for anyone who is considering receiving acupuncture or becoming an acupuncturist. It proposes an accessible vision of affordable acupuncture in the West.

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