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About Auricular Therapy

What Is Auricular Therapy?

Auricular Therapy is a therapeutic intervention in which a stimulation of the auricle of the external ear is utilized to alleviate health conditions in other parts of the body. While originally based on the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture, it was also developed by researchers in modern France. Today, we benefit from integration of both the ancient eastern tradition and 21st century's scientific approach, and the results are nothing short of miraculous.

How Does It Work?

The acupuncture points that exist on our body are set at fixed, specific locations and can always be detected. The points on the ear can be detected only if there is a health condition in the corresponding body part or function. With body acupuncture there is often a sensation of a dull, aching feeling; it typically requires 20-30 minutes per treatment, and you have to disrobe. Ear stimulation feels like a tiny prick, it is non-invasive (no needles), typically takes only 5-10 minutes, you do not disrobe, your pain recedes practically instantly, and your health issues begin to resolve. That is because through ear stimulation we send a signal to your brain which is the ultimate regulator of your own body's healing capabilities. The brain then sends your body onto its path to wellness.

How Can Auricular Therapy Help You?

Both body acupuncture and auricular therapy do not stop at just taking away the pain: they actually correct the condition, and help your body to resolve the underlying cause of your health concern. But with Auricular Therapy, we do not need the name of your condition because we only treat the points that are detectable. And that is why we are able to help you even with those difficult, complex conditions yet undiagnosed which your body is telling you about already, and of and about which your ear tells us.

Which Conditions Is Auricular Therapy Effective For?

Auricular Therapy can be effective for many conditions. Some of these are: back pain and pain anywhere in the body (even if from an old injury,) trigeminal neuralgia, dizziness, vertigo, insomnia, ADD, ADHD, hearing problems and tinnitus, asthma, addictions (to food, nicotine, alcohol, drugs), depression, chronic fatigue, hormonal imbalances, allergies, skin conditions, high blood pressure, body organ or organ systems dysfunctions, and many others.

Read more about Auricular Therapy at www.auriculotherapy.org