Auriculotherapy is a non-invasive approach that involves stimulating specific points on the ear to address various conditions. This technique was developed by Professor Paul Nogier in the 1950s.
Who is Professor Paul Nogier?
Professor Paul Nogier (1908-1996) was a French physician and acupuncturist who spent many years studying traditional alternative medicine systems such as Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. During his research, he observed that patients with pain in certain parts of the body, such as the back, legs or neck, often had areas of hypersensitivity in the corresponding ear. He then developed a technique to stimulate these areas to relieve pain.
How does auriculotherapy work?
Auriculotherapy is based on the hypothesis that the ear contains a map of the entire body, with each body part corresponding to a specific point on the ear. By stimulating these points, it is possible to relieve pain and treat various medical conditions.
This occurs through stimulation of reticulated formation
During an auriculotherapy session, a trained therapist assesses the patient's ear and identifies points corresponding to their symptoms. He can then use needles, magnets, metal balls, lasers or other instruments to stimulate these points.
In my case, by taking the vascular signal (VAS), a kind of pulse, I can know which regions and points respond according to the frequencies and filters. Then, I use a laser with Nogier frequencies to treat the affected points.
This technique is often used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, headaches, digestive disorders, sleep disorders, allergies and many others.
The effectiveness of auriculotherapy
Many patients have reported improvement in their symptoms after receiving this technique.
Like all other complementary medicines, although auriculotherapy is considered a form of alternative medicine, it should not be used as a substitute for conventional medical treatments for serious conditions. It is important to consult a doctor before starting any new treatment, including auriculotherapy.
Auriculotherapy is a complementary health approach that involves the stimulation of specific points on the ear to treat various medical conditions. This technique was developed by Professor Paul Nogier in the 1950s.