Syllabus

2019 San Jose Auriculotherapy Syllabus

 

Introduction

 

Place of auriculotherapy in medicine

History of auriculotherapy : the roots. Paul Nogier (1908-1996)

How did Paul Nogier establish the ear maps

Auriculotherapy and acupuncture : differences and similarities

 

Scientific basis of auriculotherapy

 

The two kinds of points

Reflex points

Neuro-vascular points

 

Anatomy of the ear

Anterior and posterior side

    Helix, anti-helix, concha, tragus, antitragus, scaphoïd fossa, triangular fossa Innervation

 

Localisations

Mesodermic localisations : anti-helix

         Spine and limbs

         uro-genital system

         Cardio-vascular system

 

         Endodermic localisations : concha

         Digestive tract

         Liver

         Pancreas

         Gall bladder

         Lung and bronchs

 

         Ectodermic localisations : lobule and tragus

         Central nervous system

         notion of symmetry / laterality

 

How to find the points on the ear ?

         Mechanical procedure : pressure feeler

         Electrical detection : simple detection ; differential detection

 

How to treat a point ?

Mechanical stimulation : needle, ASP, Massage, cauterization

         Frequencies of Nogier : A, B, C, D, E, F, G, + L ; lasers

 

Indications and contre-indications of auriculotherapy

 

Obstacles in auriculotherapy

         The disturbing scars : how to detect and to treat them

         The dental focus

         The first rib syndrome

 

*This is the only school in the United States of its kind that is endorsed by Dr. Raphaël Nogier. This school has been created in USA to give a complete education in the method of Paul Nogier. First, to get the skills necessary to practice auriculotherapy; second to know how to use the VAS (Vascular Autonomic Signal) also known as the Nogier pulse reflex. For more information about the DRNSOCA (Dr. Raphaël Nogier School of Clinical Auriculotherapy)