with Dr Nick Hodgson
1 day workshop - 8 CPT Activity 1
2017 National CPT Event proudly brought to you by the RAoA
Brisbane | Sydney | Melbourne | Launceston | Adelaide | Perth
Introducing an effective electrotherapy modality with diagnostic and treatment benefits that will complement Reflexology practitioners, it takes Auricular Therapy to the next level.
Originally based on ancient Chinese Ear Acupuncture, the mapping of specific parts of the body to specific parts of the ear was first developed in 1957 by Dr Paul Nogier, a physician from Lyon, France.
Learn how to use a micro-current tester and stimulator to search the outer ear nerve endings for active reflex points, and stimulate with appropriate electrical currents to balance and normalise a range of physical and psychological conditions.
This is a Theory and Practical workshop and presented in an interaction fashion and questions are encouraged by the Presenter. You will learn:
- Anatomy of the Ear
- Location and function of the Master Points
- Relationship of the ear to the brain and nervous system
- Ear points and treatment for:
-hand and face
-vertebral column point
-use of micro-current instruments
-location of master points
-diagnosis of active points
-advanced clinical approaches
-general treatment plans
Numbers are limited to 30 attendees for each workshop. Book early to avoid disappointment or you may wish to attend another State and have a holiday at the same time.
This is a RAoA event - please support your Association while learning an additional skill to add to your existing knowledge.
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About the Presenter
Nick received his Auriculotherapy training from the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders, has been personally mentored by Dr Jay Holder of the Holder Research Institute, has utilised Auriculotherapy in private practice since 2003, and has been responsible for organising and teaching hundreds of hours of continuing professional development.