How Do You Deactivate Painful Scars in Your Practice?

@inproceedings{Chung2016HowDY,
  title={How Do You Deactivate Painful Scars in Your Practice?},
  author={Myung Kyu Chung and Patrick J Lariccia and Poovadan Sudhakaran and Simon Hayhoe and Hemat Allam and L. Nivethitha and A. Mooventhan and H. S. Bhargav},
  booktitle={Medical acupuncture},
  year={2016}
}
Strittmater 1 describes many instances wherein a scar that is affecting a patient adversely can be treated by needling or cold lasering the corresponding point on the ear. Successful auricular therapy depends on an assessment that leads to the proper selection of points to be treated. Strittmatter also describes the use of Nogier’s vascular autonomic signal (VAS) as a means of assessing a scar and its effect on a particular patient’s clinical condition. We describe an alternative assessment… CONTINUE READING

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