It’s Fun Knowing Stuff – But Try not to Show Off! 5/5 (43)

bright-idea-light-bulb-guyDo you know stuff? I’m sure you do!

As practitioners, we all need a ready store of knowledge for quick retrieval and use when treating patients. And no doubt, you’ve got an awful lot of that kind of stuff in your head. Probably so much, in fact, that some has leaked out. That’s what happens to me from time to time.

Auriculotherapy, especially, can tax the memory of the best of us–with hundreds of points located on the ear, together with phases, areas, and obscure locations–well, it’s a challenge.

This was brought home to me a couple of weeks ago when I was at the International Auriculotherapy Symposium in Baltimore. I was at our booth, demonstrating Auriculo 3D, and while I was demonstrating, I was projecting the software on the wall. Nothing like a 6-foot ear to impress the crowds!

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Auriculo 3D Search Bar

Meanwhile, in the booth next to me, there was a discussion going on about the location of the Cingulate Gyrus point on the ear. The two gentlemen at the booth literally spent several minutes flipping through a book and looking for the point. They just kept looking and looking for it. Flip, flip, flip–“I know it’s in here…I just can’t find it!”–flip, flip, flip. You know, that sort of thing.

Well, after several minutes of that going on, I just couldn’t contain the impulse to show off any longer. So I typed “c-i-n-g” into the search box in Auriculo 3D, clicked on Cingulate Gyrus, and projected the point up on the wall. “Hey guys,” I said, “It’s right there.” Six feet tall. On the wall.

They looked up, with momentary disbelief on their faces. Then it clicked, and they put down the book and asked if I also had the location for Striatum, but in Phase 2. So I clicked the Ectodermal Phase 2 chart and pointed to the Striatum area. “Right there.”

ectodermalYeah, they were impressed. And it felt great to know what needed knowing.

Do you need to know stuff? Quit flipping through books and charts! With Auriculo 3D, you can get to any point or protocol within a couple of clicks.

  • See everything illustrated on a 3-dimensional ear for precise location
  • Over 180 protocols
  • Over 300 individual points

Auriculo 3D is the most complete Auriculotherapy reference available anywhere.

Next time you have a tough issue to treat, or an obscure point to remember, let Auriculo 3D do the hard work, while you take the credit!

 

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Dr. Adrian Larsen

Adrian P. Larsen, D.C., F.A.S.A., C.Ac. Dr. Larsen is President of Miridia Technology Inc., and one of the developers of the AcuGraph Digital Meridian Imaging system. He currently divides his time between research, product development, and teaching. Dr. Larsen also holds certifications in Applied Kinesiology and CPK, and has specialized training in SOT and craniopathy. He, his wife, and 7 children reside in Meridian, Idaho.

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