Healing with Auriculotherapy

Anxiety                             Impotence         

Bladder Control                Insomnia

Constipation                     PMS

Depression                       Smoking Withdrawal

Headache                         Weight Control

Auriculotherapy is most commonly used for pain control, addictions and cravings, weight loss, and help with mental or emotional problems.  Points and protocols exist for the treatment of many internal disorders as well.  Because Auriculotherapy can address any part of the body, nearly any problem can be treated by Auriculotherapy as a primary or complimentary form of care.


A sampling of the numerous Auriculotherapy treatments available include:









And hundreds more... Ask your practitioner about the treatment options specific for you!

Is it painful and how quickly can I expect relief?

What can Auriculotherapy treat?

How does Auriculotherapy work?

What is Auriculotherapy?

Auriculotherapy is generally very comfortable.  If your practitioner uses electrical stimulation, you may feel a mild electrical sensation.  Other forms of treatment, like laser, may not produce any sensation at all.


Auriculotherapy often produces very rapid effects.  Some treatments take effect immediately, while others are cumulative in nature, become increasingly effective with more treatments.

Specific points on the ear have been mapped for the treatment of specific problems.  These points, when stimulated, often have positive effects on the target area of the body.  The exact mechanism by which points on the ear affect other parts of the body is the subject of ongoing research, and several theories are currently under investigation.

Auriculotherapy is a technique of using points on the skin of the auricle (external ear) to diagnose and treat pain and medical conditions of the body.  Also referred to as Auriculotherapy Medicine, practitioners all over the world use this therapy to treat pain, addictions and internal disorders with excellent results.  Whether used in conjunction with another treatment or by itself, Auriculotherapy is often effective when other treatments have failed.  Best of all, it is safe, non-invasive and virtually free of side effects.

What should I expect?

Your practitioner will usually begin by inspecting certain points that may be related to your problem on one or both of your ears.  The ears may be checked by visual inspection, palpation, or electrical testing.  When therapeutically active points are located, they will be treated with one of several possible treatment methods, including electrical or laser stimulation or pressure.