UPCOMING: Auriculomedicine Seminar Featuring Dr. Raphael Nogier – Denver, CO – April 30-May 2

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Auriculomedicine Seminar

Taught by:  Dr. Raphael Nogier

When:  April 30, 2020 – May 2, 2020

Where:  Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CSTCM) |   Denver, CO

Pricing:  Regular Price $795 Special Lhasa OMS Price $745 (SAVE $50)



About this Seminar:

Learn hands-on techniques from a living master that can be applied in your clinic immediately following the course.

This seminar will empower you to identify and treat sensitivities and allergies contributing to your patient’s pathology by using Auriculomedicine and The RAFT.  Dr. Nogier will be presenting his work from his book, The RAFT.

Day 1 of this 3-Day seminar will be dedicated to the physiology of the Gastrointestinal System and Immune System.  Dr. Nogier will explain how agriculture and the food we eat have changed diseases over time and what the link between food and diseases are.   He will also discuss the difference between a food intolerance and a food allergy as well as hidden allergies.

Day 2 will be devoted to the Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS).   He will discuss the history of the VAS (discovered by his father, Paul Nogier), how to take the radial pulse and how to prepare the patient for the RAFT.

Day 3 will be a full day of hands-on clinical work, including methods to detect food allergies, Indications of the RAFT, proper testing and dieting.




About Dr. Nogier:

Doctor Raphael Nogier belongs to a family of doctors. His grandfather, Associate Professor Thomas Nogier was one of the pioneers of radium, and was the promoter of electrotherapy. His father, Paul Nogier, discovered the reflex properties of the auricle and created the method of auriculotherapy. After several years working with his father, Raphael Nogier played an active role to promote the knowledge on auriculotherapy.

Being interested in food allergies and mainly in hidden food allergies, Doctor Raphaël Nogier published in 1994, the book « The milk that threatens women », where he as one of the first draws attention to the first probable link between dairy intake and the occurrence of breast cancer. He explains that he could notice that women who have not been breastfed as a child, are more commonly affected with breast cancer in adulthood.

Based on studies of Paul Nogier, Raphael Nogier publishes in 2012 an innovative book « Personalized food intake » where he describes the RAFT (Radial Artery Food Test): a new test to detect hidden food allergies. While taking the radial pulse with the aim to sense the VAS (Vascular Autonomic Signal), it seems possible to detect food sensitivities when approaching to the skin food samples cut into thin slices. This proceeding is based on the fact that light passing through a biological substance, will get a print of the unique spectral structure of the substance being passed through. It is a technique, which does not require expensive equipment and can help to easily detect food sensitivities in patients.

Raphaël Nogier is president of the Lyon Medical Studies Group (GLEM), which since its creation trained in auriculotherapy several thousands of medical doctors interested in clinical medicine.  Doctor Raphaël Nogier gives regularly lectures on food allergy treatment and auriculotherapy in France but also all over the world. Every two years he organizes the « Medical Days in September » that bring together French and English doctors willing to learn medical techniques based on clinical examination.