the other washington
Thursday, February 08, 2007 at 17:58
I am an acupuncturist thinking of moving to Panama. More likely to move to a small (10, 000 pop or under) town - Boquete, Volcan? Mountains for the lack of humidity. I speak some spanish, german, french.
With so many gringos moving there, I think there should be some demand for Acupuncture. I'm not looking to retire.
Any health care professionals reading this? Have any info. for me on business and/or work possibilities? I've been in practice for 13 years in the U.S.
Would be willing to work in a spa or resort rather than start own practice.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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Vancouver, BC, or Seattle, WA
Thursday, October 15, 2009 at 02:24
Great, I am the same. I might be opening a clinic in the area of David, Boquete or Volcan, if I can. I always think that it would be nice to in a clinic with several acupuncturist. I speak French, Spanish and English. (My Spanish a little rusty but it is coming back fast). I am going soon to explore the possibilities. email@example.com
How is it going?
Tuesday, February 05, 2013 at 01:01
Hi there, I am interested to know if either of you ended up moving to Panama and practicing? I am interested in how the experience has been practicing there. And what about licensing? i would like to do the same, but am having a hard time coming by information from the states. Any resources?
Friday, March 01, 2013 at 08:12
We have a person here in Altos del Maria doing this. She is now moving back to the U.S. and they have sold their home here. I have been told she had a very nice little business going here doing acupuncture here for all the xpats.