Our work as practitioners involves restoration. We know that neither we nor our patients are separate from the natural world. Our daily clinic might be focused on the microcosm that is our patient, but we know that their relationships to family, kin and friends are also part of the tapestry of their lives. As is the health and vitality of their communities and world at large.
In this conversation with John Stan we explore the backstory of the manufacturing and environmental impact of our most essential tool— needles.
Listen in to this discussion of all that goes into those pins you use everyday and how a few changes of habit can have an impact on the waste generated by your clinic.
Head on over to the show notes page for more information about this episode and for links to the resources discussed in the interview.