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Window to the Brain

Auricular Medicine can offer powerful insight for prioritized treatment of what ails the entire body because of its basis in neurology. “The ear, the auricle, is a window to the brain, showing us a dynamic, current reflection of what is happening in the whole brain, making the structures and functions of the person visible and accessible to the trained practitioner.”[1]

Multi-modal

Auricular Medicine offers a bridge amongst modalities in part due to the scientific validation of neuromodulation techniques implemented from the outer ear.[2] No matter your area of practice, by integrating auricular you can identify and support interventions that stimulate energy homeostasis, or balance, thereby supporting an efficient healing process of the entire human system, as well as amplifying patient responsiveness to other healing modalities. 


Precision & Depth

Whether you are an acupuncturist, psychologist, manual therapist, naturopath, or nurse practitioner, palpation of autonomic nervous system response via the Vascular Autonomic Signal supports insight and precision in all areas of practice. Health — in fact all of life — is the regulation of energy homeostasis.[3] With a strong basis in frequency-based medicine, the clinical methods of German Auricular Medicine offer a sophisticated framework of understanding that opens doors for patients otherwise considered untreatable.[4]

Examples of
multi-modal
application

A CIAM education in German Auricular Medicine offers deep insights for integrative pathways to healing in these areas of practice:

  • Acupuncture
  • Bioelectromagnetic medicine 
  • Biomedicine
  • Biofeedback
  • Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique (BEST)
  • Chiropractic
  • Dentistry
  • Dermatology
  • Polarity work (i.e. RISE)
  • Functional Medicine
  • Herbalism
  • Homeopathy
  • Laser
  • Manual Therapy
  • Naturopathy
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Osteopathy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Posturology
  • Psychology
  • Quantum medicine (i.e. bio resonance, Oberon-related therapies, quantum bio-photon diagnostics)
  • Sound healing
  • Sports medicine
  • Veterinary
  • Yoga

Psychology

Neuromodulation techniques by manually stimulating the outer ear support polyvagal regulation, resourcing and bi-lateral stimulation approaches found in today’s modern practice of somatic therapy, EMDR and more..

Manual Therapy

Manipulation of the ear helps balance parasympathetic and sympathetic states to prime the autonomic nervous system for deep tissue release.

Acupuncture

The use of meridians as reflected on the ear, the Governor Vessel as a personal timeline, the Vascular Autonomic Signal as the most sensitive point-finder you may ever know... auricular methods offer improved precision for greater efficiency in assessment, prioritization and treatment of patient complaints.[4]

Naturopathy

Discover methods for enhancing adrenal function, testing and prioritizing remedies, and applying homeopathic therapies with a frequency-based understanding that bridges traditions of German Homeopathy with new research in Bioenergetic Medicine. 

Biomedicine

The problem is common in daily practice, some patients seem to be resistant to treatment despite all diagnostic and therapeutic efforts — the symptoms have become chronic. By identifying blockages to healing, auricular methods offer new approaches for hard-to-treat cases.[5]

Nursing

Nurse practitioners can find support through improved efficiency in healthcare approaches. For example, through the use of invaluable assessment techniques such as the palpation of autonomic nervous system response for deeper understanding of mind and body.
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Dentistry

The teeth truly reflect health. As the end points of our meridians, the location of amalgam and other toxicities, and connection to our nervous system, dental considerations are a critical component found in auricular assessments and treatments — with insights offering significant clinical value to the field of dentistry.The teeth truly reflect health. As the end points of our meridians, the location of amalgam and other toxicities, and connection to our nervous system, dental considerations are a critical component found in auricular assessments and treatments — with insights offering significant clinical value to the field of dentistry.The teeth truly reflect health. As the end points of our meridians, the location of amalgam and other toxicities, and connection to our nervous system, dental considerations are a critical component found in auricular assessments and treatments — with insights offering significant clinical value to the field of dentistry.

Kinesiology

Expand on your applied kinesiology (AK) or manual muscle testing (MMT) by removing frontal cortex involvement from the equation to increase precision in the assessment of structural, muscular, chemical, and mental ailments.Expand on your applied kinesiology (AK) or manual muscle testing (MMT) by removing frontal cortex involvement from the equation to increase precision in the assessment of structural, muscular, chemical, and mental ailments.Expand on your applied kinesiology (AK) or manual muscle testing (MMT) by removing frontal cortex involvement from the equation to increase precision in the assessment of structural, muscular, chemical, and mental ailments.

Chiropractic

Functional subluxations are easily linked to emotional and somatic aspects for systemic support.  

Sports Medicine

Priming of the nervous system for optimal metabolic function and restoration of the sodium potassium pump in underperforming cells.
References:

[1] Agnes, M. Auricular Medicine: Window to the Brain. Blurb, 2018

[2] Mercante, B., et. al. “Auricular Neuromodulation: The Emerging Concept beyond the Stimulation of Vagus and Trigeminal Nerves.” Medicines, March (2018). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5874575/#__ffn_sectitle

[3] Luquet, S. "The central nervous system at the core of the regulation of energy homeostasis." Front BioSci School Ed, (2009). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19482713

[4] Strittmatter, M. Identifying and Treating Blockages to Healing: New Approaches to Therapy-Resistant Patients. New York: Thieme; 2004. V.

[5] Oleson, T. Overview and History of Auriculotherapy. Auriculotherapy Manual: Chinese and Western Systems of Acupuncture. London: Elesevier; 2014: 9.