Auricular/Battlefield Acupuncture

Dr. Niemtzow and John Howard, who developed the protocol, have used

Battlefield Acupuncture to treat the symptoms of:

Pain – Both Acute (sudden) and Chronic (long term)

Sprains and Strains

Back, Neck, Ankle, Arm and Leg pain (including fractures)

Migraine Headaches and other headaches

Pre-operative and post-operative pain

Idiopathic pain, paralysis and Multiple Sclerosis

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Significant pain reduction is common using this protocol. Measured pain

often drops either to very low levels or is negligible following treatment and

relief also very commonly occurs during the therapy session, although some

clients experience a delay of approximately 24 hours before the full effect is

evident.

What is Auricular/Battlefield Acupuncture?

Auricular Acupuncture is a system of

treating pain and many other conditions

using semi-permanent needles (Or a small hand held electronic device similar to a TENS machine, for those who don’t want needles) inserted

into the outer ear. This is also known as

battlefield acupuncture.

The semi-permanent needles are very

different from traditional acupuncture

needles both in size and shape and they

are also designed to be safe to remain in

position for the next 1 to 5 days

following treatment.

Treatments are rapid and can provide

long lasting reduction and/or relief from

even severe pain.

The protocol involves the insertion of up

to 5 needles per ear.

The needles are tiny, sterile and are

designed to fall out in approximately

1 – 5 days.

Battlefield Accupuncture




If you’re interested in trying Auricular Acupuntcture? 

please contact us!

As supporters of various Veterans charities, we offer 20% discount for any Veterans booking treatments with us.