The material presented here builds on and updates the work of the author's father, Dr. Paul Nogier, who scientifically explored and charted the auricular microsystems in the 1950s.
Author: Raphael Nogier
The continuation of Paul Nogier's findings Auriculotherapy is based on proven correspondences between locations on the external ear and the internal organs and systems of the body. The ear acts like an input/output terminal in direct contact with the central nervous system. Information on viscerosomatic states can be accessed via visual clues, skin electro-conductivity, and pressure sensitivity at specific points. The first part of Raphael Nogier's Auriculotherapy shows how acupuncture needles are used in sophisticated and powerful therapeutic interventions. The second part introduces the principles and practice of auriculomedicine, a true frequency medicine that evolved from Dr. Paul Nogier's auriculotherapy, his discovery of the VAS (Vascular Autonomic Signal) in the pulse and his consequent observations of the diagnostic and therapeutic properties of radiant light frequencies on the skin. The material presented here builds on and updates the work of the author's father, Dr. Paul Nogier, who scientifically explored and charted the auricular microsystems in the 1950s. A serviceable, contemporary work for students of acupuncture as well as practitioners, offering clear and practical information to be applied directly for the benefit of patients.
Overview and history of auriculotherapy 1 . 1 Introduction to auriculotherapy 1 . 2
Health care practitioners using auriculotherapy 1 . 3 Historical overview of
auriculotherapy 1 . 4 Ear acupuncture developments in China 1 . 5
Author: Terry Oleson
Both new and experienced practitioners of auriculotherapy have found this comprehensive manual to be one of the most clinically useful texts on ear acupuncture. This handbook combines the best work of Chinese and French systems of auriculotherapy. Treatment plans are listed for over 250 medical conditions.
This is the first ear acupuncture text that has incorporated 3-D technology in order to present amazing images of the auricle which precisely indicate ear acupoint positions.
Author: Terry Oleson
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Auriculotherapy Manual: Chinese and Western Systems of Ear Acupuncture provides a comprehensive guide to the practice of Chinese and Western systems of ear acupuncture. This impressive new edition utilizes 3-D models of the external ear, as well as 3-D anatomical images, to demonstrate the somatotopic relationship between particular parts of the body and specific regions of the auricle. This is the first ear acupuncture text that has incorporated 3-D technology in order to present amazing images of the auricle which precisely indicate ear acupoint positions. The book offers in-depth evaluation of the theoretical and clinical underpinnings of auriculotherapy, describing and illustrating over 200 ear acupuncture points and more than 200 auriculotherapy treatment protocols for clinical discorders ranging from chronic pain to substance abuse to visceral and neurological disorders. There are an expanded number of auricular landmarks that are utilized to guide the practitioner in accurately determining the precise location of hidden ear points on the 3-D model. These landmarks further reveal the varied depth perspectives of the external ear. The ear reflex points presented in this manual are based upon systematic research conducted at the UCLA Pain Management Center and upon the extensive clinical findings of medical doctors and acupuncturists in China and Europe over the past 50 years. Scientific and clinical information from the most recent international symposia of auricular acupuncture have been used to update the scientific and clinical knowledge presented in this fourth edition. Each chapter is organized in same basic order, beginning with an introductory overview, progressing to the main topics in the chapter, and ending with a section listing a definition of terms and a set of preparatory sample questions. The book is concise and clear enough for students yet provides provides sophisticated clinical approaches to allow the experienced practitioner to enhance and complement their existing treatment strategies.
Auriculotherapy is a form of acupuncture that focuses on the use of the ear as a localized reflex system connected to the central nervous system.
Author: Rene Bourdiol
Publisher: Innovations and Informations, Eric Serejski
Auriculotherapy is a form of acupuncture that focuses on the use of the ear as a localized reflex system connected to the central nervous system. It refers to stimulation of specific points on the auricle of the external ear for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in other parts of the body. Stimulation of the points can be achieved using several different methods such as: manual pressure; acupuncture needles; electrical stimulation; lasers; magnets; and ear pellets/seeds.
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Author: Carlos Valencia
Publisher: Carlos Valencia
This major sourcebook, contains more than 200 formulas in Auriculotherapy, an efficient man made resource, resulting from his fight against pain and illness. The pinna comprises all the information on our health, it’s an MTC shining pearl , working to reinvigorate the meridians, strengthen health, and eliminate pain.
Training in both the Chinese and European auricular systems is provided by the
Auriculotherapy Certification Institute ( ACI ) , which also offers certificates in
auriculotherapy and auricular acupuncture . The ACI website address is www ...
Author: William H. Frishman
Discussing the potential benefits and risks of alternative therapies, this book is the first text to discuss all the major Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practices that have been used for cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment.
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Author: Kristine M. Krapp
Publisher: Gale Cengage
Authoritative, objective and in tune with the subjects that matter to students and researchers, the Gale Group presents The Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine -- unbiased information on alternative and complementary medical practices. Covering all aspects of the subject -- therapies, conditions/ diseases, herbs/plants and people -- the Encyclopedia identifies 40 types of alternative medicine being practiced today, including: Accupressure/accupuncture -- Ayurveda -- Biofeedback -- Chelation therapy -- Chinese medicine -- Chiropractic -- Detoxification -- Feldenkrais -- Kinesiology -- Naturopathy -- Osteopathy -- Polarity therapy -- Yoga -- And many others For the practitioner or interested patient, there are current training requirements, listings of organizations, as well as descriptions of treatments. Information on recommended therapies for specific disorders and diseases, medicinal uses for plants and herbs are balanced by conclusions of studies on efficacy and analysis of current levels of acceptance by traditional scientists and doctors. Biographies of pioneers in the field -- including Deepak Chopra, Edward Bach and David Palmer -- appear as sidebars through the text. Included are 50 sidebars. Each volume contains a color photo insert containing images of herbs. Includes more than 275 disease/ condition entries, 300 herb/remedy entries and 150 therapies.
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Author: Jacqueline Filshie
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Comprehensively revised and expanded with vital new content, the second edition of Medical Acupuncture continues to explore the realistic integration of acupuncture into conventional medicine. Advocating the Western medical acupuncture approach (WMA), this science-based compendium provides the trained practitioner with all the latest research on the effectiveness of WMA and its associated mechanisms, techniques, clinical practice and evidence. Medical Acupuncture demonstrates a variety of needling techniques and clinical applications within the context of WMA and its evolution from traditional Chinese acupuncture using current knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology alongside the principles of evidence-based medicine. Split into seven sections the book begins by establishing the roots of WMA in the Introduction and then progresses on to describe the mechanisms of action in Section 2, including peripheral components of stimulation and evidence from neuroimaging. Sections 3 and 4 cover clinical approaches (eg, superficial needling, electroacupuncture, safety of acupuncture) and techniques related to acupuncture (TENS, laser therapy). Section 5 takes a closer look at the difficulties faced by trials and reviews while Section 6 goes on to showcase 21 clinical uses of WMA, ranging from chronic pain, mental health, obstetrics and primary care to sports medicine, respiratory conditions and neurology. The final reference section contains dermatome/myotome maps, meridian/channel charts and standard international nomenclature. Comprehensive coverage of the scientific evidence and clinical application of acupuncture in medicine Balances the genuine benefits of acupuncture against unfounded claims Presents a wide range of treatable conditions from psychiatry and palliative care through to the pain clinic and veterinary medicine Clinical points boxes highlight key knowledge and learning Illustrated with over 130 drawings and photographs Content restructure and overhaul with contributions from over 40 world leading experts Individual chapters on the use of acupuncture for a wide range of medical conditions including gynaecology and infertility, cancer and palliative care, drug dependence, obesity, sports medicine, dentistry and veterinary practice Updated with the latest scientific evidence Expanded information on neuroanatomical and neurophysiological considerations in relation to the mechanisms of acupuncture
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than doubled from 157,000 to 355,000, greater than a 126 per cent increase (
Brazilian Ministry of Health 2017b , 2017c ). Like tai chi , auriculotherapy is not ...
Author: Mike Saks
Publisher: Sociology of Health Profession
This original collection analyses the global experience of health care support workers (HSWs) and examines their interface with the health professions, regulatory practice risks, employment challenges and the dilemmas of an ageing population. Crucial future policy recommendations are also made for a world becoming increasingly dependent on HSWs.
Author: Jacqueline L. Longe
Publisher: Gale Cengage
Presents a four-volume alphabetically-arranged medical reference set that examines a variety of supplemental therapies and herbal remedies along with treatments for certain conditions and diseases.
For the sake of Western readers who are familiar with Dr. Paul Nogier's original
works on auriculotherapy , as well as Dr. Terry Oleson's eclectic and
comprehensive work on the international traditions of ear acupuncture and
Author: Ping Chen
Publisher: Paradigm Publications
This useful and well-organised text presents a great deal of information that can quickly be adapted for clinical facility. It precisely lays out the indications and applications for ear acupuncture, the characteristics of point selection, and the principles of prescription formation. Using charts and descriptions, anatomical areas and points on the external anterior and posterior surface of the ear are described and depicted. Each is identified with an English name and the international standard nomenclature for point reference. The distribution patterns and classification, and standard names, locations, and indications for roughly 87 ear points are provided. The theoretical basis and methods of ear diagnosis, including inspection, palpation, and electrical detection are described. Diagnostic indicators for 100 commonly seen internal and external diseases, OB/GYN diseases, dermal diseases, and EENT disorders are delineated. A variety of therapeutic methods are covered: seed acupressure, filiform needling, intradermal needle implantation, electroacupuncture, plum blossom needling, bloodletting, medicine injection, ear moxibustion, ear massage, medicated plasters, and magnet therapy. There is an extensive section dealing with treatments for more than 132 common disorders. Each includes a treatment prescription (primary and supplementary points), therapeutic methods (listed above, and selected according to appropriate indications), and clinical notes. Case studies with commentaries, from the clinical records of Dr. Yang Yun Bi, a physician at Huang Shan Medical School in Anhui Province, PRC, have been included where they correspond to the disorders presented.
Includes 7 Auriculotherapy Ear Maps with 190 suggested treatment points.
Author: Katherine Kiel
Publisher: Independently Published
Includes 7 Auriculotherapy Ear Maps with 190 suggested treatment points. Helpful plans for pain relief, PTSD, addictions, and over 60 common ailments. Suitable for entry level home use and clinic therapists. Why laser is better than LED. What to look for in a treatment device. Auriculotherapist knowledge built from Drs Nogier, Bahr and Chalmers.