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Summary Auriculotherapy (Complementary Medicine (Thieme Paperback))

The continuation of Paul Nogier's findingsAuriculotherapy is based on proven correspondences between locations on the external ear and the internal organs and systems of the body The ear acts like an inputoutput terminal in direct contact with the central nervous system Information on viscerosomatic states can be accessed via visual clues skin electro conductivity and pressure sensitivity at specific points T. Not as comprehensive or complete as I would have liked or expected from the son and heir of the discoverer of auricular acupuncture

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 Auriculotherapy (Complementary Medicine (Thieme Paperback))

Therapeutic properties of radiant light freuencies on the skinThe material presented here builds on and updates the work of the author's father Dr Paul Nogier who scientifically explored and charted the auricular microsystems in the 1950sA serviceable contemporary work for students of acupuncture as well as practitioners offering clear and practical information to be applied directly for the benefit of patien. I was trained in auriculotherapy and my teacher recomended this book so i bought it Writter language easy advice how to treat

Raphael Nogier Ú 9 Summary

He first part of Raphael Nogier's Auriculotherapy shows how acupuncture needles are used in sophisticated and powerful therapeutic interventionsThe second part introduces the principles and practice of auriculomedicine a true freuency medicine that evolved from Dr Paul Nogier's auriculotherapy his discovery of the VAS Vascular Autonomic Signal in the pulse and his conseuent observations of the diagnostic and. I was looking for clear pictures and demo It was not what I expected from such a pricey book very disappointed


12 thoughts on “ Auriculotherapy (Complementary Medicine (Thieme Paperback))

  1. says:

    I wanted a detailed use. Such has how long to hold a point. This books diagrams doesn't agree with other charts I have. So, don't know who is correct. So, was unhappy with it and the cost for it too.

  2. says:

    Not as comprehensive or complete as I would have liked or expected from the son and heir of the discoverer of auricular acupuncture.

  3. says:

    If you're interested in this subject there's a lot to learn in this little book. Enjoyed it and recommend it.

  4. says:

    I was looking for clear pictures and demo. It was not what I expected from such a pricey book. very disappointed

  5. says:

    A very good book, but, chapters have to be extensive he must writte a textbook beautiful illustrations.

  6. says:

    This book offers a very nice introduction to this field. It covers the basics of theory and anatomy along with how to approach the patient's conditions.

  7. says:

    excellant for western common diagnoses.
    not so good for first time practitioners.regarding the needle order.
    no guide lines for TCM practice.

  8. says:

    Must have this book1

  9. says:

    I was trained in auriculotherapy and my teacher recomended this book, so i bought it. Writter language easy, advice how to treat.

  10. says:

    I purchased this book for a preparation of the seminar with Dr Raphael Nogier in Lyon (France) in May 2013 (27 31). The difference between this book (Auriculartherapy, written by Raphael Nogier) and the L'homme dans l'oreille (written by Paul and Raphael Nogier, father and son) is the former gives you treatment

  11. says:

    This book is very good for beginners. It does not have an exhaustive list of point locations for various diseases. It is a small guide. The diagnosis tools are also briefly discussed. It would have been good if the points were also marked technically like TF1, SC1 etc in addition to giving the names of the organs.

    Overall the book is good but the cost is for the content it has.

  12. says:

    Thought book was on ear reflexology, wrong!! Going to give book to osteopath..

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