DyAnsys, Inc. has partnered with auriculotherapy expert Terry Oleson, Ph.D., to release a new edition of his acclaimed Auriculotherapy Manual.
The manual details how to administer auriculotherapy, an effective non-narcotic alternative to treat chronic pain and other disorders via the ear. The new edition includes directions on using an electronic chronic pain solution developed by DyAnsys to perform percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
“This collaboration will benefit healthcare providers and their patients by providing a clear guide that will augment our system and provide insights into using auricular therapy to treat a wide range of medical issues,” said DyAnsys Chief Executive Srini Nageshwar.
The DyAnsys ANSiscope/Primary Relief non-narcotic chronic pain solution centers around a small device worn behind the ear that delivers continuous pulses of low-level electrical current to nerve endings in the ear. The device has been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and is generally covered by insurance. The ANSiscope (the other part of the solution, also cleared by the FDA) monitors the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) during treatment.
“This new chronic pain management solution will make it easier for doctors to effectively administer auriculotherapy and treat patients without narcotics. The updated version of the book will provide an additional level of education around this important practice,” Oleson said.
The new edition, along with posters highlighting auricular stimulation points, is available for purchase. It contains recommended locations for the Primary Relief needles in auriculotherapy treatment protocols to alleviate:
Musculoskeletal pain disorders
- Internal organ disorders
- Psychological disorders
- Neurological & Immunological disorders
- Substance abuse
Oleson, founder and president of the Auriculotherapy Certification Institute, is a psychology professor at Ryokan College and teaches doctoral graduate students at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine and the American University of Complementary Medicine.
He earned a Ph.D. in psychobiology from the University of California at Irvine and conducted pioneering research at the Los Angeles UCLA Pain Management Center. He serves on the Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine and Journal of Medical Acupuncture editorial boards.
Dr. Oleson works with DyAnsys training a worldwide provider base to use auriculotherapy techniques with the Primary Relief. For information, call DyAnsys at 1-888-950-4321 or email email@example.com