EAR ACUPUNCTURE and PARKINSON
by Lise Couture
Lise Couture has been in the field of Ear Acupuncture for the last twenty seven years and her work is known in many countries including Canada, France, Argentina, Uruguay, U.S.A., Spain and many others by the token of the conferences she gave at the Lyon Symposium in 1994 and in 2006. She was also a guest speaker at the First Chinese Symposium in Toronto in May of 1986.
In 2006, she heard about Dr Ulrich Werth’s method with the implants in the ears for treating Parkinson’s. It reminded her Dr Paul Nogier’s words in one of the Auricular Magazines. One day, while treating a man in his clinic, he related that he would have liked to cribble the point with many needles rather than only one: the situation was really chronic and the patient needed help. In her practice she had experienced that feeling too and she is amazed that Dr Werth came out with those micro implants inserted in different points of the ear to stop or slow down the destructive process of the Parkinson’s.
D. Lise is now in her third year of practice and research in the field of Ear Acupuncture and Parkinson. At the same time, she keeps treating her regular patients, but at a lower rythm.
Like Dr Paul Nogier, she is all ears to the stories of her patients. The answer of the healing is in their life experiences. That is her truth and living passion. If she can have you walk, she’ll do it!
D. Lise lives in Ottawa with her son Dannie and husband Michel André Beauvolsk, since 1992.
- AuthorHouse, March 2012
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