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AdvancedseminarinAuriculotherapy

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Language and medicine 1
How did Paul Nogier establish the maps of the ear 21
Auriculomedicine 36
Laterality 109
Musculoskeletal pain 134
2017 Registration 157

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Advanced seminar of auriculotherapy


Raphal Nogier
Daniel Bossut

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Program first day morning


Review of History and definitions

Importance of language in medicine

Differences between auricular


acupuncture and auriculotherapy

How did Paul Nogier discover


auricular locations ?

Auriculotherapy and WHO


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Importance of the language in medicine and in science

The good word


The good definition The good thought
The good sentence

Before science, before medicine, there is a tongue

Without a good language, there is no science


there is no good medicine

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Choose the good word


a word reference to a perception,
to a sensation, to a feeling, to a concept.
Ex : plane (flying machine, noise, fear, holidays,
accident etc)

Chose the good sentence

In the sentence,
the hierarchy of the words is primordial
structure of thought
Importance of syntax

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In a book, as in a brain
there are two different aspects

1) The knowledge = bibliography


2) The structure of thought = book plane

Crude knowledge Structure Good sentences


The words Syntax Freedom to think
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Today, the problem to think is not the


knowledge, but the thought structure.

To think right, it is necessary to develop the ability to


link the words between them.
Mathematics mainly develop the notions of equality
but underestimate the notions of hierarchy.
The most important subject to develop the thought
structure is syntax.
Subject of the verb, direct object complement,
indirect object complement etc

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In Medicine, to do a diagnostic is not only


a question of knowledge but a question
of thought structure.
Because, the medical act consists to link
the signs between them and to order them
and to classify them.

The signs The thought structure The diagnostic


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The sun induces an erythema on the skin by burning

The thought structure requested for medicine


is the same than for text analysis

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To learn medicine,

we must learn our language

and latin if
it is possible

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In medicine we must employ the good word


Energy ?

Auriculotherapy ?
Ear acupuncture ?
Auriculomedicine ?

Auricular-medicine

Phases ?

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Before the discovery of auriculotherapy in Europe :


many body cauterisations
In ancient times, healers and even doctors used
bloodletting and cauterisations loco dolenti
to treat patients in the mediterranean basin.

Hippocrate (460-380 bc) : Those diseases


which are not cured by medicines are cured
by the scalpel; those which are not cured by the
scalpel are cured by fire; those which are not
cure by fire can be considered incurable

Avicenna
980-1037
Pierre-Franois Percy
1754-1825

France
Albucassis XIX
1013

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Turquie 1466
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Ear cauterisations

Valsalva (1666-1723).
Cauterisation for
toothache.

Treats sciaticas with


cauterisations of anthelix
Malgaigne
1806-1865

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In France, XIXth century

Medical articles
on
ear cauterisation
for
sciatica

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The famous Pr Duchenne de Boulogne (1806-1875)

Blames his colleagues who publish


articles about ear cauterisation to treat
sciaticas.

Nobody speaks anymore about this technique

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One hundred years later, discovery of


auriculotherapy

Paul Nogier
1908-1996

Scientific education
Medical doctor 1938
Studies homeopathy, acupuncture
Works in Lyon as general practitioner

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In 1951, Paul Nogier examines two patients


who have a scar on the inferior root of
anthelix.
The patients explain that they have been
treated for a sciatica by a quack, Mrs Barrin
from Marseille.
She treats only sciaticas, burning the anthelix.

The two patients explain that after the


cauterisation of anthelix,
the sciatica pain disappeared very
quickly.

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Paul Nogier tries to treat all kinds of pain


with the Barrin point.
This point relieves only sciatica pain.
Barrin point = L5-S1 ?

L5-S1 ?

L5
T12
Hypothesis
C7 Representation of the
spine on the anthelix ?
C1
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Method of working

A peripheral pain
is represented on the ear
by a painful point.

pressure feeler

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First step: Second step:


the spine the limbs

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First publication in 1956 > inverse foetus


First map in 1957

The publication has been translated


first in german
second in Chinese > ear acupuncture
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Since 1958, Chinese have developed a new method


based on the Nogiers ear

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1969 : treatise of auriculotherapy

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1970 : Jean Bossy publishes a new work


on ear innervation

Vagus
Trigeminus
Cervical plexus C2, C3, C1 ?

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Paul Nogier changes the localisations

Vagus = endoderm

Trigeminus = mesoderm

Superficial cervical plexus = ectoderm

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1976 : The 7 areas, the 7 frequencies

Paul Nogier defines 7 areas


in the ear

Each point must be treated


with a special frequency

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Eden Adam and Eves children Hell

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Doctor Jean-Louis Memains interpretation

Migraine crisis is hell


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Auriculotherapy and WHO

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Ear and WHO

First meeting between


Seoul 1987 French and Chinese on ear points

Geneva 1989 Scientific group on acupuncture


nomenclature standardisation

Lyon 1990 Working group on ear points


nomenclature standardisation

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In 1990 in Lyon.
Working group on
Standardisation of auricular
points nomenclature

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Definition
What is auriculotherapy ?

It is a method : a manner or mode of


procedure, especially an orderly, logical, or systematic way of
instruction, inquiry, investigation, experiment, presentation,

a method of treatment
a method of diagnostic
based on reflex properties of external ear

using points distributed according


to a precise somatotopy

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acupuncture on the ear

Professor HOR Ting


TCM University of Yunnan
1076 Yuhua Lu Chenggong
Kunming Yunhun CHINE

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Bloodlettings

Cauterisations

Scarifications

on the ears

are not auriculotherapy if they are used


without a global comprehension of the system

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What is auriculomedicine ?

Experimental method of care


Based on the vascular signal for the diagnostic

on ear points for the treatment

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What is energy ?
Intrinsic property of physical material
mechanical energy
thermic energy
chemical energy
radiant energy
nuclear energy
electric energy

What is Qi ?
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Development of auriculotherapy
In the world

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Next International symposium of


Auriculotherapy

Singapore
9-12 of August 2017

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(oral translation: Doctor Daniel Bossut)

How did Paul Nogier


establish the map
of the ear?
Raphal NOGIER, MD
GLEM (49, rue mercire, 69002 Lyon, France)

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Paul Nogier
1908 - 1996

General practitioner in Lyon (France)


He studied physics before launching out in
medicine (he was an engineer)
He studied homeopathy, acupuncture and
manual medicine

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1951- An unusual observation

two patients suffering from a sciatica


are cured by a cauterization (burning)
of an ear point (Mrs Barrin)
Paul Nogier tries to understand why
this point is effective on sciatica pain

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Following this observation


Study of the Mrs Barrin Point

This ear point was not known in acupuncture


Paul Nogier tries out this point for all kind of pain
and notices that the puncture of this point is only
active on sciatica pain
It is why Paul Nogier associates this point to the
area L5-S1. Consequently he formulates a
hypothesis of a possible auricular somatotopy

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1951 - 1963
Research methods
Paul Nogier employs methods based on
noci-ceptive stimulations
a noci-ceptive stimulation of a body area
(periphery) creates on the ear a punctual
sensitivity disorder

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1951 - 1963
Research methods
In healthy person, a properly chosen peripheral excitation, allows
collection of information on one of the ears which is always in the same
place, and refers to excitation in same physical area.

Paul Nogier in Treatise of auriculotherapy. France: Maisonneuve, 1969

It becomes clear, he continues, that a pathological disorder could,


be a stimulator or a combination of stimulators, [that] manifest itself in
very precise points

Paul Nogier in Treatise of auriculotherapy. France: Maisonneuve, 1969

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Procedures applied
Pathological correspondences:
a systematic research of vertebral or limb pain, in order to prove and to specify
the corresponding points on the auricle using a pressure probe.

Therapeutic proof: Study of therapeutic successes by using the detected points.

Particular observations: Study of some patients who show a particular sensitivity


and who were in a state such as a simple palpation of some ear points awakened
a diffuse pain in the corresponding peripheral area.

Experimental proof : Study by selective stimulations.


Stimulation of peripheral area and collection of information present on the ear:
The stimulation consisted in cooling down for some instants a peripheral area
using some ice. As a result an excessive sensitivity to heat could be observed on
the auricle at the corresponding point. The presence of warmth on the point
becoming unbearable.
Stimulation of ear points and study of the periphery: In a healthy person, the
stimulation of an ear point by heat changes the sensitivity of the corresponding
body part to cold.
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1956 - First ear chart


publication

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1959
Clermont-Ferrand, IVmes Journes
Internationales dAcupuncture
1- urine bladder
2- kidney
3- liver
4- pancreas
5- stomach
6- gall bladder
7- intestine

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1959
Clermont-Ferrand, IVmes Journes
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8- spleen
9- lung lobe
10- heart muscle
11- mediastenal or digestive
area

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1959
Clermont-Ferrand, IVmes Journes
Internationales dAcupuncture

12- hunger centre


13- myocard
14- supra renal centre
15- ovary/testis
16- thirst centre

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1959
Clermont-Ferrand, IVmes Journes
Internationales dAcupuncture

17- thyrode
18- hypophysis
19- para-thyrode

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1959
Clermont-Ferrand, IVmes Journes
Internationales dAcupuncture
20- obsessive image centre
21- language
22- frontal area (depression)
23- frontal area
24- hypothalamic centres
25- ascending parietal area
26- cerebelum vertigo

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1963
Niboyet discovers the electrical
properties of the acupuncture points

The body acupuncture point can be found because they have


a lower electrical cutaneous resistivity
(Niboyet).

Paul Nogier applies this detection method on the ear. He


finds lower electrical resistivity points on the ear.
Consequently, he thinks that the ear points can be
detected either by pain, or by electrical measurement.
He uses electrical detection to confirm the localisations on
the ear.

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1965
Ren Bourdiol integrates
the team of Paul Nogier

Ren Bourdiol being a


neurophysiologist insists on the
importance of embryology for
the ear point localisations:
ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm

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1965
Ren Bourdiol integrates
the team of Paul Nogier

There are 3 major innervations


on the auricle:
- vagus n. (endodermic localisations),
- trigeminus n. (mesodermic localisations)
- plexus cervicalis superficialis (ectodermic
localisations)

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Innervation acc. Jean BOSSY

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1966
Lyon, VImes Journes
Internationales dAcupuncture

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1969 - Treatise of Auriculotherapy

The ear lobe localizations are


simple and rudemental even
in 1969.

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1966
Paul Nogier discovers a new reflex:
auricular cardiac reflex
(RAC=Rflexe Auriculo Cardiaque)

If an organ is in disfunction, a
mechanical stimulation of the
corresponding point on the auricle
provokes an arterial reaction.
This phenomenon has been called:
RAC, VAS, Nogiers arterial reflex.

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VAS and Ear Charts

Because of the difficulties to observe the relationships


between the periphery and the ear, Paul Nogier has
used the VAS system to precise the organs localisations
on the auricle.
In fact, many organs in disfunction are not painful and it
is not possible to detect their corresponding point on
the ear using pain detection (feeler pressure)

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VAS and Ear Charts

In the seventies Paul Nogier used some biologic


preparations of tissues and stimulated the skin with
photons or electric stimulations through the preparation
(ampulae or test rings) and using the VAS phenomenon
noticed on the auricle the points corresponding to the
tissue.
Different techniques have been used.

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Paul Nogier 1972

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1975
publication of loci auriculo-medicinae

With the help of Ren Bourdiol (MD)


and Frank Bahr (MD) Paul Nogier
publishes very precise ear
localisations. Frank Bahr puts at the
disposal special ampulae which are
used to stimulate the skin.

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1975 publication of loci auriculo-medicinae


a medicinae doctore Paul F.M. Nogier
Ren J. Bourdiol (Paris) et Franck Bahr (Munich) doctoribus adjutoribus

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1987 publication
of a new ear chart
with the help of Alain Mallard, Bernard Julienne
and Franoise Petitjean

Paul Nogier does not longer


speak of ear points but of
probability areas to find one or
several points corresponding to
the organ.

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1987 publication
of a new ear chart
with the help of Alain Mallard, Bernard Julienne and
Franoise Petitjean

For the research, he used a stimulation on body


periphery with biologic tissue preparation held
between the thumb (pole+) and the index (pole-).
To research the corresponding point on the ear he
stimulates the ear with a ground pole.
The VAS is released at the corresponding point.

Anthony DE SOUSA, MD
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1988 publication
of the phases points
To boost the phenomenon, Paul Nogier uses a condensator
between the thumb and the organic tissue preparation. This
allowed to discover three points on the ear for each tissue.

Anthony DE SOUSA, MD

Paul Nogier speaks about points in phase I, in phase II, in phase III.

Example: the stomach has one main and two accessory


representations on the ear.
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Conclusion
The history of auriculotherapy allows to understand why many
different ear charts have been published until now. It is possible to
explain the differences of the charts:
1. Confusion regarding the ear point nature: It seems that the painful
points on the ear are not the same as the electrically reacting points

2. Confusion regarding the precision of the points:


It is difficult to speak about precise points but we must speak about
probability zones to find one or several points
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Conclusion

3. Confusion regarding the study of the semiology: a pain of the


foot can be explained by a gout crisis or by a sciatic nerve
compression.
4. Confusion regarding the concepts of acupuncture and
auriculotherapy: auriculotherapy is not founded on the Yin and
Yang concept.
5. Confusion regarding the topographical point localisations: The
drawings of the ear are not standardised and it is necessary to
have a standard ear model. An efficient segmentation concept is
also needed.

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AURICULOMEDICINE

in 2016
Lecturer: Dr. Raphal NOGIER

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General Thoughts. Preamble.


! We shall be careful about our lack of knowledge. It is not
because we do not understand certain phenomena that we
shall necessarily give them a sense or an explication.
! Confronted to facts we shall admit the evidence.
! We have the right to put forward hypothesis but we do not
have the right to affirm things which were not proved.
! Auriculomedicine is a technique, which shall be proved using
experimental protocols. This technique makes therapeutical
results possible and of course, there are still shadow areas.
! Auriculomedicine shall not be presented as a medicine of
energy. It is a technique, which uses physiological
properties of the skin.
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Auriculomedicine. Definition
! If is a sum of medical techniques with a common
point, which is the taking of the radial pulse in
order to find the phenomenon called auriculo
cardiac reflex (so called RAC).
! In auriculomedicine, diagnostic as well as
therapeutical approach are present. Whereby the
auriculotherapy is principally used on therapeutical
level.

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Reminder on auriculotherapy

gie r
l N o
pha
: R a
py right
Co
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ha lN
a p
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Reminder on auriculotherapy

h a l
: R ap
igh t
o p yr
C
g ie r
lN o
ph a
t : Ra
g h
Co pyri
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Paul Nogier was searching the ear points


in two ways

a p h
g ht :R
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C opy
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Pain detectionght D
Detection
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p yr i
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resistance
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Today we know that there exist two


kinds of points on the ear

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In 1965, Paul Nogier was looking for


possibilities in order to adapt the
treatment of the ear points.

! We shall not forget that at the beginning


auriculomedicine (which was not called like this at
that moment) was a technique used to improve
auriculotherapy.

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Two events were at the origin of the


discovery of the VAS

! Paul Nogier knew the Chinese pulse and the


notions of Yin and Yang. In 1963 he described a
new parameter: the Yu
! The inhibition reflex of the lower limbs.

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The RAC the discovery itself,

or a coincidence on its way

! In 1966 Paul Nogier noticed a variation on the


pulse while an ear point detection.

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The auriculocardiac reflex.


Terminology

All these terms are synonyms:

! RAC : Auriculo cardiac reflex


! VAS: Vascular autonomic signal
! RAN: Arterial reflex of Nogier
! RAC: Autonomous circulatory response
! Sometimes only the term of arterial reflex is
used.

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Perception of RAC

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RAC. What do we feel?


1. The pulse becomes stronger :
RAC+, adrenergic response.
This reaction is generally present during three
pulsations. This response is the most frequently
observed one.
2. The pulse becomes weaker, more far away:
RAC-, cholinergic response.
This reaction is generally present during three
pulsations.
3. The pulse becomes very hard, cutting:
1. This is the so called allergic pulse :
the hyper VAS.
The heart beat does not change
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RAC. What do we feel?

cholinergic VAS

adrenergic VAS

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Which are the stimulations that can


release a VAS reaction?

! Emotions
! Cutaneous stimulations :
- touch
- pinching
- white light
- coloured light
- spectral light
- frequencies
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Different ways to take the pulse

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Different ways to take the pulse

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What is VAS?
! VAS is: a physiologic
reaction which can be
observed as a change in the
artery wall tonus as response
to cutaneous stimulations or
emotions.
! VAS is: the expression of a
manifestation of the nervous
system vgtatif.
! VAS is: a sign of
adaptation.
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The neuro-vegetative system is
fundamental in auriculomedicine

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Thought evolution of Paul


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1) Mechanic stimulation of the ear points.
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2) Stimulation with light of the ear points.
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3) Stimulation with light of ear areas. C
4) Coupled stimulation : ear/body.
5) Stimulation of body areas.

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First step.
Different mechanical stimulations
of the ear point.

1. Touch. Using a probe of cork


2. Cold
3. Heat

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RAC: an instrument for ear point


examination

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Second step:
stimulation of points using light

! This is a decisive step in


auriculomedicine.
The points are stimulated
using a precise light beam.
! A RAC reaction is present,
when the point is pathologic.
! There is no RAC, in case the
point is in good health.

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Third Step.
Stimulation of bigger ear areas.
Notion of an area
! When we examine a large number of ears and
especially those of young and healthy persons, we can
be surprised by the fact that it is possible to release
a RAC reaction when we stimulate a sufficiently large
surface of the skin. Which is not the case, when a
single little part of this area is stimulated.
! A more deeper study of this phenomenon shows
that there exist precisely limited areas, where clear
and homogeneous reactions can be observed.
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First areas. 1969

! Area 1: lobe and antitragus


! Area 2: inferior part
! of the concha
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! Area 3: superior part Cop
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! Area 4: upper part :R
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! of the external ear Co
! Area 5: tragus
! Area 6: ascending branch and
! the rood of the helix.
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Fourth step.
Coupled stimulations.

! In this case it is about stimulating a body area


(i. e. using light) and searching for an ear point
which reacts to the identical stimulation.
! When red light is projected on the knee : the
knee point on the ear becomes reactive to the
stimulation with red light.
! This procedure is interesting for the studying of
ear somatotopies but also for the study of
excluded areas.
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Fifth step.
stimulations on the body.

! This was the last step and with no doubt the most
promising one. It is possible to release vascular
reactions by stimulating only the skin surface. To
do this, large light spectrums are used : white
light, coloured light, infra red light, light in
frequencies.

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VAS recording

Many have tried


! Paul Nogier: the notion a stationary wave
! Numerous recordings.
! What do we feel exactly?
! The thumb of the therapist is much more
developed than all until now developed pressure
sensors.

There is still a long way to go


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Reminder on the physiological


notion of the pulse

! What we feel under the


thumb is the passing of a
pulsatile wave and not the
blood passing. This wave
passes at 9 metre per
second.
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Reminder on the pulse

Pressure Courbe of the radial artery

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VAS: Theory of the stationary wave

The closing of
the artery-vein
shunts seems
to modify the
length of the
arteries.

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VAS recording
! 1993: hypothesis of Michel Marignan

Conclusion of the possible existence of a


reptilemovement phenomenon of the
radial artery.

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VAS.
1993: Hypothesis of Michel Marignan
! The significant form of the wave was identified by the help
of numeric signals. This modification of the wave happens
with no change of the rhythm and can be present during 8 to
15 cycles of the cardiac evolution. It begins at the period of
1 to 3 cycles after the cardiac evolution. Here, we put
forward the hypothesis that it is a modification of the
oscillation mode of the artery, which becomes a less mode
amortised, before the impulse attack of the systole. We
physically explain this stiffening by the brutal modification
of the rigidity of the artery wall, and we know that this one
is under the dependance of the neuro-vegetative system.
There exist a concordance of about 95% between the
stimulation signal and the presence of the characteristic
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VAS.
1993: Hypothesis of Michel Marignan

! The VAS phenomenon, a reaction of the neuro-


vegetative expression non specific in itself, seems
to us to be an expression of the immediate
activation of sondagemechanisms of and of
research of neuronal resonance in order to
elaborate a coherent response for the system,
which can happen via inhibition or facilitation.

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From VAS
to cutaneous photo perception
! 1982: Dr. Raphal NOGIER, Dr.Yves MENEZO and
Dr.Roger SANTINI practise a series of experiments (at
INSA) using blind rabbits, resulting in three
conclusions:
1. White light pulsed at 9 Hz on the fur of a rabbit creates
an increase of circulating catecholamines (while
continuous white light creates a decrease of blood
catecholamines in this rabbit).
2. Pulsed white light increases significantly glycemia.
3. Continuous white light leads to an increase of the
acetylcholinesterase level, compared to the rabbits
treated with discontinuous light.
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Photo-perception
Photo-emission

Advanced Auriculotherapy Seminar

Rockville
October 2016

Raphal Nogier
oral translation: Daniel Bossut

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Plan
Short reminder on electromagnetic waves
Dierent actions of light on the body
INSA research : P.Nogier, R.Nogier, R.Santini, Y.Menezzo
ITERC research
Photo-perception and photo-emission
What is the link between photo-perception,
photo-emission and auriculomedicine?
Application of coloured filters on the skin: photo-emission
Experiments of John Ackerman, 200

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Electromagnetic waves
Electromagnetic waves carry energy. They transit in vacuum
at light speed. When they meet an obstacle a part of energy
is reflected, while an other part is is absorbed and
transformed. For example, the sun light is partially reflected
by clothes, which allows us to perceive their colour. The
absorbed part of the sun energy we perceive as warmth.
Energy increases regarding to frequency, leading to even
getting dangerous. In this way the radio waves can pass
through the human body without causing any danger to
health. On the other hand the x-rays at high dosage can
burn up cells. In this case we talk about ionising rays.

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Longueurs dondes
lectromagntiques

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Light - what is it?

Light is the sum of


electromagnetic waves
visible to the eye.
We can see light in the
range from 380 to 780
nano-metres wave
length

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Light is a phenomenon deriving from dierent light sources


like luminous devices, stars, flames captured by light
receptors, like the eye, a photograph panel, a video camera,
a CCD panel.
A light source transforms the energy it is using (electric,
chemical, thermic energy) to luminous energy.

Light carries this energy up to the receptor.


A receptor is a system, which transforms the received
luminous energy in an other kind of energy (electric, chemical,
thermic energy).

For example, an electric lamp transforms a part of the


received electric energy to luminous energy.
A photonic-battery transforms a part of received energy
in electrical energy.
The eye transforms the received energy in nerve influx.

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The action of light


on the functioning
of the organism.

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Cutaneous photo perception


History
Experiments at ITERC
! A coloured photon stimulation of the skin of a
rabbit modifies the pain curves, demonstrated
by the recordings effectuated using evoked
potentials.

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Action of The eye functions like a camera.


light on the In fact, the eye is just a sum of
photosensitive sensors and it does
nervous not interpret any of the perceived
images.
system -
Its function is :
the vision - to receive
- and to transform the
electromagnetic vibrations of the
light into a nervous influx,
- which are transported by the
optical nerves up to the brain areas
responsible for vision.

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Does light have any other


action on the CNS ?
Ovulation is influenced by
light passing via the eye to
the hypothalamus. Fertility
can be improved in rabbits
by15%, when light exposure
is increased from 6 hours
to16 hours.

The egg production in


chicken when exposed to
artificial light can be
explained by the
hypophysis stimulation.

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Light stimulation and


development of male organs.

in non castrated birds,


only red and orange
light stimulate the
gonads.
the eye and the
hypothalamus are
responsible for the
transmission of the
light stimulation. Work of J. BENOIT

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Light and larva development.


P.Disclos. Bordeaux
Normal time frame of
the amphibian anuran
larva development when
exposed to a normal
photostimulation
= from 244 to 260
days

In case of a permanent
light exposure
= 130 days

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Light and larva development.


P.Disclos. Bordeaux
In case when the eyes of the
larva are destroyed by surgery,
a permanent light exposure
leads to the accomplishment of
the larva life cycle in 130 days.

Consequently the eyes do not


intervene in this process.
"Therefore we can imagine the
participation of deeply
implanted nervous photo-
receptors, which is supported
by the tegument transparence
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Light and larva development.


P.Disclos. Bordeaux

In case when the


hypophysis is taken
out in a larva, the light
action is still present -
probably there is an
action directly on
cellular level.

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Light and depression

SAD. Seasonal aective


disorder:
Sleep disorders
Sadness
Gain of weight
Cognitive disorders
Mainly in autumn

It seems that light stimulates the serotonine production


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Why does every colour of light


have a specific action?

Every wave length has a


specific action on certain cell
organits.

Example: the cytochrome b,


indispensable for cell
respiration, is inhibited
selectively by 530 nm, while
633 nm has no action
presenting the same power
(Rounds and Johnson)

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In auriculotherapy,
we stimulate the points using
dierent kinds of light.
Which is the influence of the light on the organism
via the skin ?
This is a fundamental question.

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INSA experiments in the 80s

Paul Nogier
Yves Menezo
Roger Santini

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Influence of the pulsed light on rabbit (via the skin)


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Very original experiments


realised from1981 to 1985.

The aim was to see, if a rabbit biologically


makes dierence between a continuous white
light and a white light pulsed at 9 Hz on this
fur coat.

Biological elements studied were:


blood catecholamins, glycemia, acetyl-cholinesterase.

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27 rabbits were separated in 3 groups:

group 1 - exposure to continuous light


group 2 - exposure to pulsed light
group 3 - no treatment (control group)

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In a blind rabbit
1. A white light pulsed at 9 Hz on the rabbit fur coat creates
in this rabbit an increase of circulating catecholamines.
Contrary, a continuous white light creates a decrease of
blood catecholamine level.
2. A pulsed white light significantly increases the glycemia.
3. A continuous white light provokes:
- an increase of acetylcholinesterase level
(when compared with rabbits exposed to pulsed light)

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Coloured light and pain

Experiments at ITERC:
! A coloured light stimulation of a rabbit fur
coat modifies the pain graphics realised by
the recordings using the evoked potentials.

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The photo-what ?

cutaneous photo-
perception

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Adaptation to the milieu:


All living being will use its environment
for its development and reproduction.
Adaptation is necessary.
Adaptation to air or water
Adaptation to altitude
Heat, cold

Adaptation to biotope: fish, fruit, vegetables

Adaptation to electromagnetic waves?

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www.nogier.info The body is the world inside of me


in a given moment. Xavier Lon Dufour
Solids

Nutrition
Liquids
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Electro-magnetic
ectro-m
magnetic waves Photo-perception
Stimulate, regulate, repair
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The skin is
permanently
stimulated by
electromagnetic
waves and
frequencies
in order to
REGULATE
and to
REPAIR the
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Photo-perception

The skin is not just an


element of protection.
It is a electromagnetic
wave receiver.

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Photo-emission
The body
permanently
emits photons
in little
quantity. Bio-photons
This quantity
seems to vary
regarding to
the
physiological or
the
pathological
state.

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John Ackerman experiments


Prix GLEM 2006

Research on bio-photon emission while


presentation a filter to the skin.
This research was realised in absolute
dark using the filter red 25 (Wratten
Kodak).

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John Ackerman experiments


Prix GLEM 2006
The bio-photon emission is not limited to
small organisms. It can be observed in
humans. The wave length of this emission
corresponds to the peroxydation
processes of the oxygenated and lipidic
radical.

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John Ackerman experiments


Prix GLEM 2006
In absolute dark a filter No.25 (WK) is approached
at 7 cm to the hand of a person. The photon
emission is measured on the hand back side and
the forehead.
The filter remains at this distance during 200 sec.
The results show an increase of photo emission on
the back side of the same hand, as well as of the
forehead during the exposition of the palm of hand
to the filter No. 25.

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John Ackerman experiments


Prix GLEM 2006
These experiments prove the action of the WK 25
filter when used in absolute light absence.
This confirms the Paul Nogier observations, who
noticed that the approach of a filter to the body
in absolute dark triggers a VAS reaction.

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Photo perception
and photo emission
Paul Nogier:
The effects obtained by the coloured light projection on the
auricle are very different to those obtained by the approach,
contact or withdrawal of a filter.
The latter being a means of measurement of energetic emissions
of the auricle.
The first mentioned, we use to study the receptive areas

(De lauriculothrapie lauriculomdecine.


Ed Maisonneuve 1981)

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Photo-perception
At physiologic state: the cutaneous photo-perception is permanent
with the exception of the auricle.

At pathologic state: cutaneous photo-perception disorders are


present and we can observe the appearance of a substitute photo-
perception on the auricle.

Photo-emission
At physiologic state: minimal photo-emission
At pathologic state: increase of photo-emission

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normal state

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pathology

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What is the link with


auriculomedicine ?

Using the radial pulse it is possible to study


the cutaneous photo-perception and photo-
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Study of the Study of the


photo-perception photo-emission
White light test Approach of
coloured filters
Photogramme Placement of filters
on the skin
DB-gramme or
study of laterality
RAFT
Food tests
White rod Black rod

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Photo-emission

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Study of the photo-emission


on the body
Every coloured filter gives a " VAS
reaction when approached to its
corresponding body area.
On the body we measure the
pathology importance expressed by
the the quality and number of VAS
reactions at the coloured filter
approach.
Example:
B filter and intestine tumour.

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Study of the photo-emission


on the ear
We study the photo emission when approaching coloured
filters to the ear, while observing the pulse reactions.
Normally every coloured filter shall release a VAS reaction
VAS at ca. 6 cm.

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Photo-perception

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Test using white light

! Basic test
! Flash brutal onto the skin
! Normally there is an immediate
response during three pulsations.
Rebound phenomenon, extra
rebound phenomenon
! The phenomenon is inexhaustible
! It is the reference test

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Curve of the VAS sensation


! The VAS can be observed during 3pulsations.
light

rebound

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Test using white light.


Pathology
1. Exhaustion phenomenon.
one shall search for a dental focus or a toxic scar
2. No VAS:
First rib syndrome
Wearing of a heavy massive chain around the neck
Beta blockers: propranolol
Cancer
Nervous depression
3. HyperVAS:
One shall search for food hyper sensibilities : tea,
coffee, alcohol, histamine, tyramine
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Exhaustion phenomenon
! This phenomenon can be observed, after a
sequence of white light flashes onto the skin. In
order to reveal this phenomenon, one shall
stimulate the skin with several sequent light
flashes.
! The correct procedure is to stimulate the skin
with a quick sequence of stimulations. One shall
illuminate the skin directly after the first pulse
rebound.
! One shall illuminate a large body surface using a
75 watt lamp.
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Exhaustion phenomenon
! Here, the VAS phenomenon starts to weaken
after the 4th flash.

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Exhaustion phenomenon

! Dental focus

! Toxic
oxic scars

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What is a dental focus?


! A dental focus is a dental or peri-dental pathology,
which is painful or not, visible or not, in the
present or in the past, which creates at distance a
pathology, which has no evident relation with the
dental pathology in question.

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Trigeminal nerve
! The trigeminal nerve is a mixed nerve, with
sensitive function for the areas of the face and
motoric function for the masticatory muscles.
! All teeth are innervated by the trigeminal nerve.

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Different kinds of dental focus


! Apical granuloma
! Apical cyst
! Over numerous tooth
! Sinusoid focus
! Focus of gingivitis
! Occlusion disorders
! Wisdom tooth
! Intra-buccal electrogalvanism : plurimetalism

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Dental foci: induced pathologies


! Fatigue+++
! Neuro-vegetative disorders : blood hypotension,
instability
! Pain: shoulder, tendinitis, pubalgia,
! Urinary infections
! Hair loss
! Uricemia (high level of uric acid)?

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Detection of a dental focus


in auriculomedicine
1. Without using VAS:
pressure test on the tooth
2. Using VAS:
- At the beginning of the examination:
the exhaustion phenomenon
- At the end of the examination:
detection of the dental foci,
using pressure and frequencies.

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The exhaustion phenomenon

! If a dental focus is present, the exhaustion


phenomenon will appear very rapidly.

Simulation of the pulse curve


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Ear treatment of a dental focus

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Treatment of target organs


! Dental foci can attack certain organs : these
organs are target organs.
! Target organs have the same characteristics as
the focus which influences the organ in question.
! These target organs shall be treated with the
same frequencies present at the dental focus.
! The treatment is done on the ear.

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Exhaustion phenomenon :
Toxic scar

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Scars. Ear treatment

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Area representing all scars


This area is principally R
used for treatment of r i g ht :
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vertical scars. Cop
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On the right ear, in case
R apha
the scar is anterior (front
r ight :
body part). Co py
On the left ear, in case the
he
scar is posterior (back-
side body part).

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No VAS. 1)
! Sometimes it can happen that no VAS is present
after a light stimulation. In this case, one shall
see, if this lack of response is present on all
arteries.
! The lack of VAS gives us the orientation towards
several possibilities :
- Patient takes beta blockers
- Patient is wearing a chain
- First rib syndrome
- Syndrome of burn out
- Cancer: lung, principally uterus

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No VAS. 2) - First rib syndrome

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First rib syndrome treatment

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No VAS. 3) - Burn out


! In this case, it is necessary to treat the epiphysis
points

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No VAS. Look for cancer


! In case, the needling of the E points does not
change the pulse quality,
! In case, the patient does not take any beta
blockers
! In case, the first ribs are well in place
! In case, the patient does not wear any chain
! In case, despite all, the VAS is not present

! One shall look for cancer


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No VAS. Strange case


! By connecting symmetric points (left ear, right
ear) with an electric cord, one can suppress the
VAS reaction.
! Notion of reference points.

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Photogram

! It is the study of pulse reactions towards


coloured light

! The photogram can be studied only when the white


light test is normal and if there is no VAS
exhaustion phenomenon.

! Used equipment is Theralight.

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Aim of the photogram

! The photogram gives us


an idea on the reaction of
the organism towards
photons.

! The result is the studying


of the chemical
neuromediation.

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White light spectre
Colours and their wave length:
Extreme violet 400 nm
Middle violet 420 nm
Violet blue 440 nm
Middle blue 470 nm
Middle green 530 nm
Green yellow 580 nm
Middle yellow 590 nm
Yellow orange 590 nm
Middle orange 600 nm
Orange red 610 nm
Middle red 650 nm
Extreme red 780 nm
Infra red
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Photogram. Principle

! Coloured light is projected onto the skin and pulse


reactions are observed.
! Every stimulation with coloured light releases a
VAS reaction
! We think that to every colour corresponds to a
specific neuromediator.

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Neurotransmitters and colours


! Ach
! NA
! Dopamine
! Adrenaline
! Serotonin
! Histamine
! Endorphin
! Glutamic acid
! GABA
! Glycine.
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Billions of nervous cells are not in


contact one with the other
! There are billions of nervous
cells. Every cell is in
communication with an other
or several other nervous cells
using chemical language. This
is the way, how a cell is able
to assimilate different kinds
of information sent from
other cells.

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Transmission of the synapse

! There is no anatomic
contact between the
cells.

! The nervous influx


demands chemical
transmitters.

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Used filters

! Yellow : 3, 9, 11, 15, 16 WK


! Orange : 21, 22 WK
! Red : 24, 25, 29 WK
! Blue : 44 WK
! Green : 57, 58 WK
! Violet : 98 WK
! Pink : 30, 31 WK

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Theralight

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Photogram in practise

1. It is necessary to
project coloured light
onto the skin (the skin
surface shall be large).

1. It is necessary to wait
for 10 pulsations
before changing the
filter.

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What is the physiological response?

! In normal situation, every colour shall release a


VAS reaction.

! After a filter is changed there is no VAS during 2


pulsations.

! After these two pulsations the pulse becomes


stronger for two or three pulsations.

! At least the pulse becomes normal again.


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What is the physiological response?

! In case the pulse collapses and the VAS shows an


cholinergic expression, we can say that a photo
perception gap is present.

! It is possible to find several photo perception gaps


in one patient, example : red 25, green 58,etc

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How to treat a gap of cutaneous


photo perception?

1. The patient shall be


illuminated with the
pathological colour
2. Detection of points that
release VAS using a stick
with black ending.
3. Find the points using
electrical detection.
4. Needle with ASP

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Example. PsoriasisBlue
! Psoriasis treated in
auriculomedicine is a quite
gier
interesting matter. If we
l No
project coloured light on the R a pha
ht :
skin that look healthy, we will ig
C opyr
see that there is a gap of photo
ier N
NO
o g
l Nlight.
perception towards blue lig
ght.
ha VA
VAS
: R ap
gh t
o p yri
C

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Example. Psoriasis
! In contrast, blue light
projected on a psoriasis r
gie
plaque will give a VAS l No
reaction. R a pha
ht :
ig
C opyr
r
lN ogie VAS
V
Rapha bleu
r i g ht :
Co py

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Example. Psoriasis
! In psoriasis, when we treat
using auriculomedicine, we
observe that it is the skin which
looks healthy, is the one
that shall be treated.
! Often, we use a punctual beam
of coloured light in order to
study psoriasis. We do so, in
order to avoid the projection on
the plaques.

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Nogier frequencies or the study of


photo perception of pulsed light.

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Discovery of 7 areas
on the skin surface

! Paul Nogier 1976:


There exist 7 areas on th
the
skin surface of the body
y
and 7 areas on the ear. yrigh
C o p
og ier
Every area perceives in a
ha lN
a p
referential way specific
i gh t:R
yr
frequencies. Cop

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A frequency:2,28 Hz

! Area: orifices of the


organism:
eyes, nostrils,
ostrils,
meatus acusticus, lN o
h a
umbilicus,
us, urinary :R ap
g ht
meatus, vagina, anus. Copyri
og ier
ph al N
! Function: stimulates t : Ra
h
o pyrig
ty. C
cell activity.

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B frequency : 4,56 Hz

! Area: abdomen

! Function: stimulates
lN o
the pluri-cellularity:
cellularity: h a
:Rap
cohesion, coherence, g ht
lar exchange.
inter cellular Copyri
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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C frequency : 9,12 Hz

! Area: upper and lower


limbs
! Function: stimulates
city
the motricity lN o
h a
:Rap
g ht
Copyri
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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D frequency :18,25 Hz

! Area: sagittal median line


4 cm bright, running from
pubis until anus.
nus.
! Function: stimulates
mulates o
h a lN
symmetry - consequently
:Rap
g ht
on.
the locomotion.
Copyri
og ier
red by
! Was considered ph al N
t : Ra
he frequency
mistake as the h y
o pyrig
of laterality. C

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E frequency : 37,5 Hz

! Area: neck and both


sides of the spine until
L1.
lN o
h a
:Rap
! Function: analgesic
nalgesic (pain g ht
relief) frequency.
quency. Copyri
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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F frequency : 73 Hz

! Area: face

! Function: stimulation
of locus niger
ger on sub
lN o
vel:
cortical level: h a
:Rap
mus,
hypothalamus, g ht
Copyri
thalamus, hypophysis
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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G frequency : 146 Hz

! Area : Front and wings


of the nose.

lN o
! Function: stimulation h a
:Rap
of corticall functions. g ht
Copyri
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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2006 discovery of an area


and a frequency

! Using VAS,
R. Nogier discovers
agittal
that the sagittal lN o
h a
e does not
median line :Rap
g ht
respond too the D Copyri
frequency in the area N ogier
ph a l
lp.
of the scalp. Ra
ht :
o pyrig
C

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2007 - L frequency : 276 Hz

! Area: sagittal median line situated on the scalp


area.

lN o
! Stimulates
s laterality. h a
:Rap
g ht
Copyri
og ier
ph al N
t : Ra
gh
o pyri
C

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Study of frequencies on the body.


GL+ (micropad)
! In order to study the
frequencies, we need an
equipment which
projects red and infra
red light.
! GL+ of micropad gives
us the possibility to do
first the frequency
diagnostic and second
to treat the patient.

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equipment Characte- ear TTT TTT TTT


ristics body teeth ear body teeth

GIR 30 Red and ++ ++ +/- ++ ++ no


infra red

GL+ Red and +++ +++ +/- +++ +++ no


infra red

GIR Lase Laser +/- +/- ++ ++ ++ +++


infra red

Next Laser no no +++ + ++ +++


Laser infra red

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Frequencies
! Frequencies frequently used in equipment :

A = 292 Hz
B = 584 Hz
C = 1168 Hz
D = 2336 Hz
E = 4672 Hz
F = 73 Hz
G =146 Hz
L = 276 Hz
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Frequencies
! The frequencies were
discovered using photon
projection onto the skin of the
body and the ear.
! Using VAS, Paul Nogier studied
the reactions of the organism
towards the frequencies of the
photon stimulation.
! When we project frequencies,
we study the cutaneous photo
perception.

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Frequencies in pathology
! The discovery of the frequencies allowed to make
the definition of frequency pathologies. In fact,
certain diseases are accompanied by a photo
perception disorder regarding frequencies. This
disorder can be present locally or on a general
scale.
! Ex: Shoulder pain. We study the photo perception
in the painful area and by doing so define the so
called electromagnetic signature of the lesion.

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Frequencies in pathology:
electromagnetic signature
ABG
o g ier
ap h al N
gh t:R
o p yri
C
gie r
l N o
pha
: R a
yri ght
C o p

Ex: shoulder pain


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Frequencies in pathology:
electromagnetic signature
ABG
ABG
gier
l No
R a pha
ht :
ig
C opyr
r
lN ogie
a p ha
t: R
p y r igh
C o

ABG
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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
! A Frequency:
anti-inflammatory
to use in case of:
-cell hypoxia
-hematomes
-crushing of a tissue
-bunts
-ionic irradiations
-infarct
-necrosis
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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
! B Frequency
Nutrition disorders : malabsorption , ionic disorders
- Vein disorders
- Immune disorders
- respiratory, cutaneous, food allergies
- auto immune diseases : Polyarthritis, spondylarthritis,
diabetes type I
- dysplasia?

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
! C Frequency
! - muscle spasms
- Parkinson
- cardiac insufficiency
- peristaltism disorders
- spasms
- artery pressure disorders
- excretion disorders : bladder relief,
disorders of the gall bladder relief, etc..

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
! D Frequency

all pathologies linked to a symmetry disorder:


-walking disorders
-all disorders linked to locomotion
-eye convergence disorders

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
! E Frequency

All painful pathologies (E is the analgesic


frequency).
all pathologies of the spine : lateral
amyotrophic sclerosis, sometimes
multiple sclerosis.

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
F Frequency
! Disorders of cicatrisation
! Nervous depression
! Disorders of breast feeding
! Menstruation disorders
! Thyroid disorders
! Growth disorders
! Disorders linked with food: bulimia, anorexia,
extra-meals

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
G Frequency

! Cortical disorders
! Psycho somatic diseases
! Hysteria

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How to use the frequencies in


auriclomedicine?
- L Frequency
Disorders of laterality:
Dyslexia
Dysorthographia
Dyscalculia
Stuttering
Memory disorders

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Laterality

The impossible
equilibrium of the
human being

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We have two ears

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Symmetry ! 2 systems

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Symmetry, locomotion,
nervous system

" There exist two


distinctive parts in
respect of the
symmetry axis.

" The nervous system


has two hemispheres in
order to control the
two distinctive parts
of the body. Photo: Prof. Pierre Rabischong
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Commissures

" The two brain


hemispheres function
as a unity and are
linked one with the
other by fibres that
form the corpus
callosum.
Photo: Prof. Pierre Rabischong

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Representation of the commissures


on the ear

" The commissures are


represented on the ear
at the extern side of
the tragus.

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Symmetry and laterality

Symmetry and laterality are two different notions

" Symmetry = geometric notion

" Laterality= functional asymmetry

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Fundamental differences between the


human being and the animal
Human being:
" Notion and consciousness of itself.
" Time consciousness: yesterday,
today, tomorrow.
" Consciousness of the death, of the
end.
" The word, sentence, writing.
" Abstraction, creation.

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Only the human being is equipped with


laterality
" If we look at a group of apes,
we will see that the apes do not
have any preference for the
use of the right or the left
hand.

" 90% of the human beings are


right-handed.
" ?????? What are the
consequences ???

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The human being is right-handed from


his birth

" 90% of babies turn their head to the right side in


their bed, does not matter if they lay on their
back or on their chest.

" 90% of children write with the right hand. 90% of


adults turn on the right side when walking up
stairs.
" The whole society is build in favour of the right-
handed persons.
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Society and laterality

" Antiquity: in case when pigeons take their flight to


the right side, this ment a good omen.

" Bible: The just sit to the right side of God!

" A right man at the right place.

" He is sinister.

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The brain creates certain notions

" Colours exist only because of the


eyes.

" The notion of high and low exists


because of the internal ear.

" Before/behind exist only because of


the eyes.

" Right and left are notions created


by human beings.
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Laterality in medicine
" Broca, XIXth century:
The left hemisphere is the seat of the linguistic
ability. Aphasia is in 99% of the cases the result
of hemiplegia of the right hemisphere.
" Pavlov, XIXth century sicle:
We can distinguish persons into thinkers and
artists.
" Sperry, Nobel Price in 1981:
There exist functional differences between the
right and the left cerebral hemispheres.

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Right-handed.
Human left hemisphere

Hemisphere of:
" language +++
" mathematics +++
" non visual,
" non hearing,
" non tactile
" non spatial
" pleasant mood

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Right-handed.
Left hemisphere of the human being
Hemisphere of:
" Aphasia
" Mathematics: 0/20
" Vision
" Auditive
" Tactile
" Spatial
" Unpleasant mood

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How does our world perception happen?

1. All information is gathered by the right


hemisphere.

2. This information is transferred to the left


hemisphere via the inter hemispheric fibres.

3. The left hemisphere creates the


abstractions.

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Age and laterality


At its our on the child possesses two right
hemispheres

" In the age period between 0 and 6, the


learning will allow to develop the function of the
left hemisphere.

" At the age of 6:


This is the age of the reasoning: time conscience,
of death, capacity to create abstractions
!writing. Beginning of the metaphysical anxiety.

" In the age period between 6 and 21: Learning

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Corpus callosum and laterality

" The system of


laterality can only
function when there is a
correct functioning of
the corpus callosum.

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All animals develop symmetry

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Why is there symmetry ?

" The only way for a living organism to displace is to


use locomotion. This means that a development of
an asymmetry axis is necessary.

" Locomotion implies two functions:


Function of motricity
Function of symmetry

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Tragus, symmetry and laterality

" The tragus has a complex innervation.

glosso-pharyngian nerve (IX)


h a l
oculomotor nerve : R ap
igh t
C2 o p yr
C
g ie r
lN o
ph a
t : Ra
g h
Co pyri
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Tragus and symmetry No g


aph al
t : R
r ig h
C opy
g ie r
o
a ph al N
t : R
ri g h
o p y
C

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Tragus and laterality a l N


Raph
ig h t:
Co pyr
g ie r
lN o
ph a
t : Ra
g h
Co pyri

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Laterality tests

1. Determine:
- Master eye
- Master hand
- Master foot

2. functional eyes:
- eye deviation test : eyes deviate to the
opposite side than the working brain.

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Eye deviation test

h a l
Ra p
g h t :
yri
Cop
g i e r
a l No
ap h
t : R
y r i gh
Co p

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Pathologies of laterality

1. frustrated left handed.

2. Overworking of right brain.

3. Overworking of left brain.

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Treatment of laterality disorders l N


aph a
t: R
i g h
Co pyr
g ie r
o
ap h al N
t : R
r i g h
y
Cop

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Innervation of the tragus


g ier
o
ap h al N
" Complex, mixed innervation.
t : R
r ig h
Orthosympathetic and
opy
"
parasympathetic nerve. C
" N. glosso-pharyngeus (IX).

" Motoric oculare communis nerve (III).

" Plexus cervical is superficialis (C 2).

Schema: Dr. Ren Bourdiol

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Symmetry and laterality

" Symmetry: geometric


and anatomic notion

" Laterality: functional


asymmetry. The right
and left hemispheres
do not have the same
functions.

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Laterality

" Exists only in human


being : 92% are right
handed.

" Left hemisphere : seat


of the language
control, of the
abstract thought,
mathematic reflexion

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Laterality et symmetry

" In order to walk, we


symmetrize ourselves;

" In order to think, we


desymmetrise
ourselves.

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Which frequency stimulates the


laterality?
" D frequency? IS is possible to
stimulate with the same
frequency symmetry and
laterality? We do not think so.
" D frequency
equency has little action on
aterality disorders:
the laterality
xia, dysorthographia etc
dyslexia,
: Ra
" the observation
bservation using the VAS
ig h t
showss that the D area is not
o p yr
geneous.
homogeneous. C
g i e r
a l No
ap h
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2006 - discovery of
a new frequency area

" Using the VAS,


R. Nogier discovers that
the sagittal median line
does not respond to the D
frequency on the scull hair h a l
area. : R ap
g h t
y ri
Cop
g ie r
a l No
ph
t : Ra
g h
o p
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Raphal
Rap ogieer
C

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2007 - L frequency: 276 Hz

" Area: sagittal median line situated under the


scull hair

" Stimulates laterality

h a l
: Rap
g h t
o p y ri
C
g i e r
a l No
ap h
t : R
y r i gh
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Tragus and the frequencies D and L

R. Nogier:
There
There are two tragus
areas:
h a l
- proximal area D,
: Rap
g h t
- distal area L.
L. yri
Cop
g i e r
a l No
p h
t : Ra
g h
Co pyri
Raphal
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GIR 30 (sedatelec.com) G7+ (micropad.it)

The closest frequency to Original L frequency = 276 Hz


the L frequency is

A 10% = 263 Hz

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No g
a p h al
ig h t:R
Hz
D = 18,25 H z o p y r
C
g i e r
l No
L = 276 Hz Action on

: R apha laterality, dyslexia,

igh t dyscalculia,

o p yr memory disorders,
C depression, etc.

Action on symmetry,
therefore on posture,
locomotion, etc.

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How to measure laterality in patient?


HF BF Bt
beat-mode

Sedatelec Micropad

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HF BF

Frequency
investigation:
normal constellation BF HF
for a right handed
person

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Normal right-handed and left-handed

right-handed person left-handed person

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Frustrated left handed

laterality disorder

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Maniac crisis

maniac crisis

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Typical blockage of a MS crisis

typical blockage in
multiple sclerosis crisis

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Anxiety

anxio-depressive
disorders

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Psychotic crisis

psychotic crisis

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Liver disorder

liver disorders
Norwegian syndrome

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Be careful : cancer

Attention!
cancer pathology

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Cervical disorders

cervical spine disorders

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Rockville 2016

Muskulo-Squelettal pain
Raphal NOGIER, MD

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Pain =
unpleasant sensorial and emotional experience

subjective experience

Acute pain : alarm system

Chronic pain is not an alarm

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Syllabus
1) Two types of points on the ear

reflex points

neuro-vascular points

2) Innervation of the ear

3) Somatotopy of the ear

4) Localisations of the spine and limbs

5) Localisations of the tragus and the lobule

6) How to detect the points

6) How to treat the points

7) Protocol to treat a muskulo-squelettal pain

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Two types of points


1. Reflex points.
linked directly to the nervous system.
2. Neurohumoral-type points.
linked to the neuro-humoral system.

Accessorily: peri-vascular points.

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Reflex points

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Reflex points: pain treatment

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Neuro-humoral points

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Who does regulate the T on each level?


A unique central temperature
measurement unit ?
Hypothalamus

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Neurohumoral points
Points of lower cutaneous electrical resistance
(works of Niboyet, 1963).
Detectable only with equipment using electrical detection.
They are probably in relation with the thermoregulation
system.
To study them allows to appreciate the organ function.

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Neurohumoral points

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Treatment of functional diseases


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Low resistance explanation


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Reflex points Points NVC

Detection: Pain electricity


VAS

Treatment: Needle, ASP, infra red light, coloured


cauterization, massage light,
needles

Indication: Pain functional disorders


muscles contraction
Immunity
Action: Immediate delayed
(after several days)

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Does the somatotopy really exist?


Experiments of Terence Oleson:
The somatotopy of the locomotor system is proved.
The somatotopies of ectoderm and endoderm systems
are not completely proved.

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Anatomy of the ear


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Anatomy of the ear

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mastoid face
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Innervation of the ear

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Innervation of the ear

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Localizations
Vagus nerve = endoderm

Trigeminus nerve = mesoderm

Cervical plexus = ectoderm

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Correspondences

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Localisations: vertebrae

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Reference
S2

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Reference
T12, L1

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Reference
C0, C1

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Reference
C7, T1

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Vertebral spine

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Vertebral spine, ligaments,


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Latero-vertebral sympathetic chain


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Sciatica pain treatment

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Point Detection

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Cauterisation

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Cervicobrachialgia

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Arthrosis treatment

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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy


Upper limb Lower limb

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Limbs

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Shoulder pain

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Dental
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Carpien Channel

Point Zero
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Tennis elbow

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Hip pain

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Knee pain

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Foot pain

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Protocol to treat a pain


1) Electric detection to find the low resistance points

2) Treatment of the electric points with frequencies

3) Detection of the painful points with the blue pressure feeler

Treatment of the painful points with cauterisation, needles, ASP,


massage, seeds Vacaria

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Good luck with auriculotherapy

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