Archive | November, 2014

Scars

SCARS Some scars can have an influence on a person’s health. In Traditional Chinese Medicine and in Auriculotherapy these scars are called “toxic scars” because of the effect they have on the flow of energy (they disturb normal cellular signalling) and represent a blockage to healing. Auriculotherapists have the advantage (more…)

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Locating Auricular Acu-Points

Auricular Acupuncture Points   All Auriculotherapy charts depict points on the ear either as discrete locations or larger areas called zones within which a point may be found. It is important to realise that between these depicted points or zones, there are other points. The ear presents a microsystem of the whole (more…)

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Tinnitus

Author: Dr Kiasang Law. Summary: Auriculotherapy was pioneered by a French physician, Paul Nogier in early 1950‘s. The treatments are carried out on active ear acupuncture points using various acupuncture modalities, including hand massage, ear pellets (or magnetic pellets), needles, micro current stimulator as well as low level laser therapy. The (more…)

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