The auricular therapy is a technique of reflexology, developed in 1956 in Lyon, France by primary care physician Paul Nogier.
Through testimonies from some of his patients who had undergone auricular cauterization to treat sciatica pain and from the discovery of such medical practices since the time of Hippocrates, he was able to create the image of the auricle of an overturned fetus upon discovering that the ear contained the representation of the innervations of various organs and systems.
Auricular therapy action indentifies a chemical physical stimulus that is conveyed through the ear, the cranial nerves, and in the central nervous system (Bulb, Bridge and Midbrain). In the ear, it is placed around the neuro physiological control of the human body. Based on this assumption, our stimulus headset is able to balance the many functions of the central nervous system.
Auricular therapy consists of using specific points on the ear, which can be stimulated by injection with small needles, infiltration with saline solutions, medications, by small cauterization, or laser stimulation.
Suitable for painful conditions of the spine, the headache and visceral diseases.