Permanent implantation therapy is not a form of common acupuncture but a new and innovative surgical technology.
The starting point for the procedure is acupuncture and the ear’s connection to the brain through numerous nerve tracts. It has been shown that most diseases of neurological origin can be treated with permanent implantation. The body has an inherent mechanisms of producing dopamine and other neurotransmitter, however due to some factors the productions stops, a permanent neuronal stimulation in the ear serves to reactivate and regulate functions.
“a permanent neuronal stimulation in the ear serves to reactivate and regulate functions”
The special titanium needle implantation (usually around 80-120 units) are placed in the gristle tissue of the ear, where they will eventually grow to be surrounded by the ear’s normal tissues and skin. There is no danger of infection, since titanium does not interact with the adjacent tissue.
The implants are needle shape objects that start a permanent stimulation within the human body. These implants trigger points that send signals to the brain and stimulates them to react. Following the “auricular medicine” discovered by the French physician Paul Nogier in the middle of the last century. Permanent implantation was developed by the brain researcher Dr. med. Ulrich Werth.
“These implants trigger points that send signals to the brain and stimulates them”
After an evaluation and conversation with the doctor and his support team, a personalised plan is designed for the patient. The implantation takes around 2 hours, then the doctor instructs the patient on subsequent ear care for the next couple of days.