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Auriculotherapy   or   Ear   Acupuncture    is   the   stimulation   of   the   auricle   of   the   external   ear   for   the   diagnosis   and treatment    of    health    conditions    in    other    parts    of    the    body.    It    is    also    known    as    ear    acupuncture    or    auricular acupuncture    when    the    stimulation    is    achieved    by    the    insertion    of    acupuncture    needles,    whereas    the    term auriculotherapy   often   refers   to   electrical   stimulation   of   the   surface   of   ear   reflex   points.   Specific   points   on   the   ear can   also   be   stimulated   by   manual   pressure,   referred   to   as   auricular   acupressure   or   ear   reflexology.   Acupuncture points on the ear can also be stimulated with lasers, magnets, and ear pellets. Auriculotherapy   is   typically   considered   one   form   of   acupuncture,   but   there   are   both   differences   and   similarities between   the   two   procedures.   Acupuncture   is   a   form   of   medical   treatment   involving   the   stimulation   of   acupuncture points   located   on   energy   channels   extending   over   the   surface   of   the   body,   which   are   known   as   meridians.   From   the philosophy   of   Taoism,   there   are   six   Yang   meridians   and   six   Yin   meridians.   In   classical   acupuncture,   it   is   the   Yang meridians   that   directly   connect   to   the   external   ear.   These   energy   lines   of   force   are   blocked   or   congested   when   there is some pathology in a specific area of the body. Insertion of acupuncture needles into specific acupoints can relieve   the   symptoms   and   underlying   pathology   of   a   particular   health   problem.   Some   of   the   meridian   energy   lines   of   force   connect   to   the external   ear,   thus   creating   the   field   of   auricular   acupuncture.   Different   perspectives   of   auriculotherapy   focus   not   on   the   acupuncture meridians but on the use of the ear as a localized reflex system connected to the central nervous system. The    earliest    written    records    of    ear    acupuncture    date    back    to    the    Yellow    Emperor's    Classic    of    Internal    Medicine,    a    compilation    of acupuncture   procedures   that   were   in   practice   in   500   BC.   However,   the   manner   in   which   auricular   acupuncture   is   practiced   today   in   China is   actually   based   upon   more   recent   discoveries   that   occurred   in   France   in   the   1950's   based   on   the   work   of   Dr.   Paul   Nogier   of   Lyon   He noticed   a   strange   scar   on   the   upper   ear   of   some   of   his   patients.   He   found   that   all   of   them   had   been   treated   for   sciatica   pain   by   a   local   lay practitioner.   This   woman   had   cauterized   a   specific   area   of   the   external   ear   in   order   to   relieve   their   low   back   pain.   Dr.   Nogier   theorized   that if   an   area   of   the   upper   external   ear   is   effective   in   treating   low   back   pain,   maybe   other   parts   of   the   ear   could   treat   other   parts   of   the   body. The   ear   is   said   to   represent   the   whole   anatomical   body,   but   in   an   upside   down   orientation.   Nogier's   theory   contended   that   the   auricle could   be   compared   to   an   inverted   fetus,   with   the   head   represented   on   the   lower   ear   lobe,   the   feet   at   the   top   of   the   external   ear,   and   the rest of the body in-between. Auriculotherapy   works   by   stimulating   the   central   nervous   system   through   the   cranial   nerves   and   spinal   nerves   on   the   auricle   (external ear).   This   stimulation   results   in   neurotransmitters   being   stimulated   within   the   brain   and   spinal   cord   of   the   central   nervous   system.   This stimulation   of   neurotransmitters   modulates   the   pain   and   modulates   nerve   function   beginning   the   healing   process   within   the   body   to   that organ or body part that is affected. INDICATIONS Acute and chronic pain, ligament distensions. Headache, migraines. Chronic degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and other chronic painful conditions Diseases and dysfunctions of the gastrointestinal, respiratory, urinary and cardiovascular systems Smoking cessation and drug detoxification Weight loss Neuralgia: neuralgia, postherpetic neuralgia (caused by shingles or herpes), sciatica and brachial plexopathy, phantom limb pain Allergic rhinitis or hay fever, bronchial asthma, sinusitis Depression, ansiety, stress, nervousness, insomnia Eating disorder: bulimy, anorexy, obesity Menstrual disorders, haemorrhoids, etc. There   are   currently   more   than   150   indications   for   the   application   of   Auriculotherapy.   Just   ask   Dr.   J.   Infantes   if   Auriculotherapy   is   right   for you. CONTRAINDICATIONS Pregnant   Women   -   Due   to   the   phenomena   of   flow   redistribution,   alterations   that   could   interfere   with   the   pregnancy   can   be generated, advancing the same one. Patiens with a cardiac pace maker Serious cases of anemia In case of excoriations, inflammations or another injury in the ear ADVANTAGES OF  AURICULOTHERAPY Easy to handle Accurate and fast results are obtained It has few contraindications It is economic It is valuable for the diagnosis of diseases. It can be applied as a therapeutic and preventive measure     References Nghi, Nguyen Van. 2011.  Auriculopuntura (2ª ed.) Oleson, T. 2005.  Auriculoterapia. Sistemas chino y occidental de acupuntura auricular Budris, F. 2005. Auriculoterapia: técnicas y tratamientos Martínez Figuereo, V. 1999.  El desafío de la auriculoterapia: el hombre reflejado en su oreja Rodríguez Villaverde, J. 2004. Tratado didáctico de auriculomedicina Foreal Carballo, F. 2004. Acupuntura y auriculoterapia Lipszyc, M. 1989. Manual de Auriculoterapia Nogier, R. 2008. Auriculotherapy. If you would like additional information regarding our services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Auriculotherapy
Auriculotherapy    or    Ear    Acupuncture     is    the    stimulation    of    the auricle   of   the   external   ear   for   the   diagnosis   and   treatment   of   health conditions    in    other    parts    of    the    body.    It    is    also    known    as    ear acupuncture    or    auricular    acupuncture    when    the    stimulation    is achieved    by    the    insertion    of    acupuncture    needles,    whereas    the term   auriculotherapy   often   refers   to   electrical   stimulation   of   the surface   of   ear   reflex   points.   Specific   points   on   the   ear   can   also   be stimulated      by      manual      pressure,      referred      to      as      auricular acupressure   or   ear   reflexology.   Acupuncture   points   on   the   ear   can also be stimulated with lasers, magnets, and ear pellets. Auriculotherapy   is   typically   considered   one   form   of   acupuncture, but   there   are   both   differences   and   similarities   between   the   two procedures.   Acupuncture   is   a   form   of   medical   treatment   involving the   stimulation   of   acupuncture   points   located   on   energy   channels extending    over    the    surface    of    the    body,    which    are    known    as meridians.    From    the    philosophy    of    Taoism,    there    are    six    Yang meridians   and   six   Yin   meridians.   In   classical   acupuncture,   it   is   the Yang    meridians    that    directly    connect    to    the    external    ear.    These energy   lines   of   force   are   blocked   or   congested   when   there   is   some pathology   in   a   specific   area   of   the   body.   Insertion   of   acupuncture needles    into    specific    acupoints    can    relieve    the    symptoms    and underlying   pathology   of   a   particular   health   problem.   Some   of   the meridian   energy   lines   of   force   connect   to   the   external   ear,   thus creating   the   field   of   auricular   acupuncture.   Different   perspectives of   auriculotherapy   focus   not   on   the   acupuncture   meridians   but   on the   use   of   the   ear   as   a   localized   reflex   system   connected   to   the central nervous system. The   earliest   written   records   of   ear   acupuncture   date   back   to   the Yellow    Emperor's    Classic    of    Internal    Medicine,    a    compilation    of acupuncture   procedures   that   were   in   practice   in   500   BC.   However, the   manner   in   which   auricular   acupuncture   is   practiced   today   in China   is   actually   based   upon   more   recent   discoveries   that   occurred in   France   in   the   1950's   based   on   the   work   of   Dr.   Paul   Nogier   of Lyon   He   noticed   a   strange   scar   on   the   upper   ear   of   some   of   his patients.   He   found   that   all   of   them   had   been   treated   for   sciatica pain    by    a    local    lay    practitioner.    This    woman    had    cauterized    a specific   area   of   the   external   ear   in   order   to   relieve   their   low   back pain.   Dr.   Nogier   theorized   that   if   an   area   of   the   upper   external   ear is   effective   in   treating   low   back   pain,   maybe   other   parts   of   the   ear could   treat   other   parts   of   the   body.   The   ear   is   said   to   represent   the whole    anatomical    body,    but    in    an    upside    down    orientation. Nogier's   theory   contended   that   the   auricle   could   be   compared   to an   inverted   fetus,   with   the   head   represented   on   the   lower   ear   lobe, the   feet   at   the   top   of   the   external   ear,   and   the   rest   of   the   body   in- between. Auriculotherapy   works   by   stimulating   the   central   nervous   system through    the    cranial    nerves    and    spinal    nerves    on    the    auricle (external   ear).   This   stimulation   results   in   neurotransmitters   being stimulated   within   the   brain   and   spinal   cord   of   the   central   nervous system.   This   stimulation   of   neurotransmitters   modulates   the   pain and   modulates   nerve   function   beginning   the   healing   process   within the body to that organ or body part that is affected. INDICATIONS Acute and chronic pain, ligament distensions. Headache, migraines. Chronic     degenerative     conditions     such     as     osteoarthritis, rheumatoid     arthritis,     fibromyalgia     and     other     chronic     painful conditions Diseases   and   dysfunctions   of   the   gastrointestinal,   respiratory, urinary and cardiovascular systems Smoking cessation and drug detoxification Weight loss Neuralgia:     neuralgia,     postherpetic     neuralgia     (caused     by shingles   or   herpes),   sciatica   and   brachial   plexopathy,   phantom   limb pain Allergic rhinitis or hay fever, bronchial asthma, sinusitis Depression, ansiety, stress, nervousness, insomnia Eating disorder: bulimy, anorexy, obesity Menstrual disorders, haemorrhoids, etc. There   are   currently   more   than   150   indications   for   the   application   of Auriculotherapy.   Just   ask   Dr.   J.   Infantes   if   Auriculotherapy   is   right for you. CONTRAINDICATIONS Pregnant     Women     -     Due     to     the     phenomena     of     flow redistribution,   alterations   that   could   interfere   with   the   pregnancy can be generated, advancing the same one. Patiens with a cardiac pace maker Serious cases of anemia In   case   of   excoriations,   inflammations   or   another   injury   in   the ear ADVANTAGES OF  AURICULOTHERAPY Easy to handle Accurate and fast results are obtained It has few contraindications It is economic It is valuable for the diagnosis of diseases. It can be applied as a therapeutic and preventive measure     References Nghi, Nguyen Van. 2011.  Auriculopuntura (2ª ed.) Oleson,   T.   2005.      Auriculoterapia.   Sistemas   chino   y   occidental de acupuntura auricular Budris, F. 2005. Auriculoterapia: técnicas y tratamientos Martínez   Figuereo,   V.   1999.      El   desafío   de   la   auriculoterapia:   el hombre reflejado en su oreja Rodríguez      Villaverde,      J.      2004.      Tratado      didáctico      de auriculomedicina Foreal Carballo, F. 2004. Acupuntura y auriculoterapia Lipszyc, M. 1989. Manual de Auriculoterapia Nogier, R. 2008. Auriculotherapy. If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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