8 Acupuncture Podcasts You can't Miss
If you are an acupuncturist or traditional Chinese medicine practitioner and love podcasts, here is a list of 8 podcasts you can’t miss.
If you are a person who is curious about acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, eastern thinking about wellbeing, you are in luck. These 8 podcasts provide a variety of aspects in Chinese medicine and wellbeing. You will find something you enjoy.
Qiological by Michale Max: Best 60 mins + Conversation for TCM
If you enjoy in-depth conversations with traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from all over the world with a wide range of background and experiences, you can’t miss Michael Max’ Qilogical.
Michael Max is an acupuncturist with more than 20 years experience. He invites a guest to join his weekly podcast to have a deep dive conversation to cultivate reflection and understanding of a wide variety of topics. Acupuncture practice, herbal medicine, techniques and much more.
Qilological will publish its 200 episodes in May 2021. Let’s congratulate Michael and Qilogical’s success. Subscribe to the podcast and spread the words out to anyone who is interested in traditional Chinese medicine.
A Healthy Curiosity by Brodie Welch: Best Self-care Strategies
You are up for a great self care conversation with healthcare professionals from all different backgrounds and specialties. You are in the right place.
Brodie Welch blends in different paradigms, traditional Chinese medicine, functional medicine, Ayurveda, and much more. Interconnection is one of the themes throughout her podcasts series.
From this podcast, you will learn more about a wide range of different healing methods. And most importantly, see yourself, your health, and your self-care in new perspectives.
Acupuncture Marketing School by Michelle Grasek: Best Acupuncture Marketing Strategies
If you are an acupuncturist and want to know more about marketing, you are really in luck! Michelle Grasek is the source you need to go for. Michelle is an acupuncturist and keen to help acupuncturists to build a thriving practice, by strong marketing knowledge and practice.
I love the most about her marketing strategies is to set up acupuncturists' mindset. Marketing is to let more people know acupuncture, try acupuncture, and be an ambassador for acupuncture. Marketing is not showy or pushy.
By building a long lasting and fully booked acupuncture practice, acupuncturists will be able to do what they actually sign up as an acupuncturist to do, take care of patients.
If you want more than podcasts, Michelle has a lot of hands on, and step by step resources on her website. Go check her website out!
Acu Sprout by Stacey Whitcomb: Best for New Practitioners
If you are an acupuncture student or new practitioner, this is the podcast you need to pay attention to! Stacey Whitcomb invites a wide range of professionals and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners to share knowledge on how to run a healthy acupuncture practice.
The acupuncture school might not be able to cover clinic accounting, insurance, clinic management and all those practical aspects of running an acupuncture practice.
A successful acupuncture practice needs more than the knowledge and skills to help patients to get healthy. To learn these practical sides, Acu Sprout is the podcast for you to subscribe and tune in religiously.
Everyday Acupuncture by Michael Max
If you love Michael Max’s Qiological, you want more than his currently weekly update. Everyday Acupuncture is also hosted by Michael. Everyday Acupuncture was last updated in 2018.
The archive has 85 episodes, where Michael invited many experienced practitioners to talk about acupuncture in simple English. You will learn more about how to infuse eastern medicine’s wisdom into your daily life.
Acupuncturist on Fire by AJ Adamczyk
Acupuncturist AJ Adamczyk started this podcast to share knowledge and make this podcast an easy way for acupuncturists and acupuncturists to be to continue learning.
This podcast archive has 48 episodes and was last updated in 2017. It covers a wide range of topics from traditional Chinese medicine to clinic management.
Pin Point Performance by Chad Bong and Alex Brazinski: Best Sports Acupuncture
This podcast is for acupuncturists who want in-depth conversation about sports acupuncture. Chad Bong and Alex Brazinski invite sports acupuncturists to talk about sports acupuncture, the past, the current, and the future.
The show has 31 episodes and was last updated in 2020. Maybe Chad and Alex will come back for more great sports acupuncture conversation in 2021!
Acupuncture Now Foundation’s 16 episode podcasts focus more on patients' education on acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.
The foundation was founded in 2014 and aims at collecting unbiased acupuncture information and help acupuncture reach its full potential to benefit human beings.