CORE | An add-on training day, October 31, to the live 3-day intensive: Master the Science of Neuro-auricular Pain Abatement

Auricular Medicine for COVID Long Haulers: Focus on inflammation

This full training day (see training bundle options on enrollment) presents the latest research on auricular neuromodulation and COVID. Through a focus on the Interferon point and related reflex zones, the training presents neuro-auricular approaches to inflammation.

Chronic inflammatory diseases have been recognized as the most significant cause of death in the world today.[1] This course goes beyond auricular protocols and ear acupuncture for access to specific neural insights to help identify and manage inflammation before it becomes chronic.

No matter your field, this course presents multi-modal tools such as manual stimulation, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, needles, and laser, so that you can easily apply the methods learned within the scope of your practice. Support your COVID treatments by addressing the multi-faceted complexity of inflammation.
On enrollment, please be sure to select “Bundles,” to receive the pre-requisite Ear Point Guide, included for this course AT NO ADDITIONAL COST with 3-day intensive on pain.

Early registration bundle discount ends September 19, 2022
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  • Time investment 
    • Ear Point Guide: 1+ hr (for online interactive videos)
    • On-site training: 1 day
    • 3-day intensive add-on: 3 days (hover over “enrollment” to add via bundle option)
  • CORE pre-requisite Ear Point Guide: Included at no additional cost in bundle (hover over “enrollment” to see bundle option)

9am - 4pm
October 31, 2022

Live on-site training in Chicago, Illinois, hosted by the Chicago College of Oriental Medicine. Location TBA.


  • Online Ear Point Guide (included with bundle option)
  • Self-assessments


  • Understanding the importance of the Vagus nerve
  • Interferon as a potential marker
  • Neuromodulation and anti-inflammatory activity
[1] Furman D, Campisi J, Verdin E, et al. Chronic inflammation in the etiology of disease across the life span. Nat Med. 2019;25(12):1822-1832. doi:10.1038/s41591-019-0675-0