CPDG a few final words

Final Words

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login A few final words Congrats on conquering part one of our blended learning course! We are over the moon that you’ve made it this far and hope the content tickled your fancy. Keep your magnifying glass handy as you delve into the world of […]

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CPDG clinical issues

Practitioner / client issues

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Practitioner considerations It’s important to be aware, familiar and comfortable with the potential practitioner issues, that may be involved in performing ear acupuncture. Some of these issues and requirements may be different compared to other forms of acupuncture. Considering the following factors beforehand can

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CPDG integrating ear acupuncture into practice needling

Needling

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Needling It is considered to be of the utmost importance that the insertion of needles into a patient, is performed in a clean space, and that the needle technique that is used, is both approved and safe. Treatments take 35 to 45 minutes to

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CDPG theories of ear acupuncture

Theories

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Theories of ear acupuncture Although the exact mechanisms are not entirely clear, extensive research is being done to gain a better understanding of how this technique works. Researchers and practitioners continue to study the effectiveness of ear acupuncture in treating various conditions such as

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CPDG clinical issues

Clinical issues

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Clinical issues in practice There are a variety of clinical considerations that must be taken into account, in order to provide safe and effective treatments. It’s important to consider the unique needs and conditions of the patient in question, as every individual will have

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CPDG ear anatomy

Anatomy

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Ear anatomy The human hearing process is complex and involves the interconnected working of three main components of the ear: the inner ear, middle ear, and outer ear. They work together to detect and process sound waves. The outer ear, the Pinna,  is the

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CPDG ear acupuncture protocols

Ear acupuncture protocols

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Ear acupuncture protocols There are numerous ear acupuncture protocols that can be used for various conditions. Depending on the individual’s needs, different protocols can be used to achieve the desired results. By utilising these different ear protocols, you can provide relief from a wide

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CPDG adjunctive techniques

Adjunctive techniques

Ear Acupuncture in practice Home VLE Courses Freesources Registration / Login Adjunctive Techniques Adjunctive techniques refer to additional methods that can be used in conjunction with primary treatments to achieve a more comprehensive healing outcome. In the realm of ear acupuncture, there are various adjunctive techniques that can be employed to enhance the effectiveness of

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