By Sara Calabro
Rohleder is back with her tell-it-like-it-is style, never shying away from expressing distaste for the attitudes that she says are classist and at fault for acupuncture being primarily an upper-middle-class luxury.
Acupuncture education and treatments—offered according to the private-practice model, at $65 and up per session—are overpriced and irresponsible, says Rohleder, who effectively softens the blow of her many bold statements with a noodle metaphor.
The book’s title refers to the potential simplicity and widespread usefulness of acupuncture, if only it were available to larger and more diverse populations through models like the one Rohleder founded and fiercely champions. Keep reading