Well I'm still watching but the most obvious condition so far is thoracic to low back pain. I really feel these conditions need local needling at least and respond fastest with appropriate needling, tuina and, often, cupping. While we do use anterior points for low back pain the response seems to slower in many cases. Certainly we could have a few patients on the tables during the community clinic but so far, except when we run out of chairs, we are trying to keep people in the chairs.
And, I know you weren't asking me, but during the clinics we have up to 15 people at a time and the rest of the day when we have private sessions I also manage 5 private rooms. It's just me with some minor office help. An individual should easily be able to see 20-30 people/day without assistance.
You have to get used to that environment though. Certainly larger community clinics take awhile to get the flow down so you don't feel rushed. And managing 5 rooms is not always easy but proper scheduling and shorter breaks throughout the day make it a non-issue. Before my own clinics I did work in some high volume community style clinics and worked with masters that have days with 50+ private patients - so I am more accustomed to the pace than others may be initially.