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How was AcuGraph developed?
AcuGraph Digital Meridian Imaging is based on the Ryodoraku method of acupuncture, which was originally pioneered in the 1950’s by Dr. Yoshio Nakatani. The method is based on the electrical skin resistance of points on the acupuncture meridians. By measuring electrical activity, it’s possible to plot a useful graph of the relative balance of the 12 meridians.
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Ryodoraku acupuncture has been heavily researched and validated over the past 60+ years, and is a respected method for providing objective, evidence-based acupuncture treatment.

The AcuGraph system was originally developed for humans in 2002 as a computerized improvement to the classic Ryodoraku measurement system. Due to its accuracy and ease of use, AcuGraph quickly became the preferred system in the human acupuncture market.
After numerous requests from veterinarians, Miridia Acupuncture Technology began testing the highly successful AcuGraph system on horses. With the help of a select group of equine acupuncture experts throughout the U.S., the system was refined and adapted for equine use. The result of careful engineering, field testing, and real-world user input is the AcuGraph Equine Edition acupuncture system for horses. Providing fast, accurate, and objective meridian balance data is AcuGraph’s purpose, and your advantage in providing top-quality equine acupuncture with excellent results.
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