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What is Auriculotherapy?
 
What is Auriculotherapy?

What is Auriculotherapy?

Auriculotherapy is a term used to describe the treatment of pain, muscular skeletal disorders, and a broad range of medical conditions by the application of massage, low energy laser or acupuncture needles to specific locations on the ear. Auriculotherapy, and by extension, Auriculomedicine, was discovered and developed into a profoundly effective (more…)

Utilizing the VAS to Treat Scars and Clear Blockages to Healing

Scars improperly healed can constitute an impediment/blockage to healing. In fact they can be the whole cause of a metabolic dysfunction, pain, mental or emotional disorders. Always ask patients for any history of accidents, operations, tooth extractions (did they heal quickly?) cuts or scars. The slow to heal ones are (more…)

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Reflections on Point R

Reflections on Point R

By Jim Chalmers Early references by Nogier and Bourdiol identify this point as the Reactional Brain (phase2) Point, an influential point of the corpus callosum. Various others have called it the psychic point, point recall, the psycho-analytical point, the past life point and the autonomic master point. Point R is found (more…)

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Depression Treatment through Advanced Auricular Therapy

Depression Treatment through Advanced Auricular Therapy

By Dr K S Law     Summary:   Conventional treatment of depression relies on the prescription of anti-depression drugs, such as Saroxat and Prozac, which come with many side effects.  As there are many causes of depression, it is important to isolate the aetiology of depression and treat according to the symptoms presented.   […]

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The Auriculotherapy treatment of Sciatic Pain using Nogiers phases and the pulse quality known as the VAS

The Auriculotherapy treatment of Sciatic Pain using Nogiers phases and the pulse quality known as the VAS

Sciatica describes a set of symptoms including pain, sometimes severe, in the low-lumbar and sacral region of the back, and or the buttocks, hip and along the course of the sciatic nerve down the leg to the foot. It is most commonly the result of compression of the vertebral nerve (more…)

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