A training for clinicians seeking to introduce the benefits of laser into their practice.

LLLT 1: Foundations in Low-level Laser Therapy

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Bring the healing value of laser therapy into your clinical practice! This self-study course offers you the knowledge you need to bring the therapeutic benefits of Low Level Laser Light (LLLT) to work for you and your patients. The healing effects of LLLT are enormous, and it is non-invasive and painless! With the knowledge you will gain in this course, you can be part of this exciting future in medicine.

This course does not convey any approval for the use of LLLT in your clinic. Learners are advised to check with the mandate of their licensure, guidelines of their association, and State/Federal guidelines respective to their clinical use of LLLT.
Meet the instructor

Muriel Agnes, PhD, MAEd

Dr. Muriel Agnes is the founder and former director of Vital Principle Institute (VPI), which was renamed to the Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine (CIAM). Muriel began in this field by thoroughly studying other schools of auricular acupuncture, and her doctorate work with Dr. Norm Shealy, MD, focused on the assessment accuracy of Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS or Nogier Pulse) palpation. She trained closely with experienced physicians in Auricular Medicine, including: Dr. Beate Strittmatter (also featured in this course), and Dr. Peter Gross. Muriel authored the book, Auricular Medicine: A Window to the Brain.
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Applied experiences from our students  

My blood pressure has been high since childhood and difficult to control with medication, herbs or TCM acupuncture. [Using Auricular Medicine] I found my right knee (scar) to be the histamine focus in my own ear. I treated the knee point with Nogier A (scar/deep symptom), and Nogier C (musculoskeletal). My blood pressure has been well controlled since without treating any other symptom points.”
Stephen Durell
I had a high school student coming in for treatment due to a head injury. Over about 8 visits [of osteopathy and balance exercises] his migraines subsided, his balance became normal, and his sleep was good; but his moods were still bad... he almost felt like he didn’t want to live anymore. [Using] my laser now... I found the TMJ point resonated with Nogier F, so I treated it this way for another 6 visits, and discharged [him after he] stated he felt like himself again!”
Robert McDonald
What stood out for me [in this course] was that even breaking down a process into its different parts still won’t show us the whole picture... actually it prevents us from seeing the entire picture. I was always taught, if you broke things down into its different parts, it will help you see what is going on. Now knowing that is not actually true... makes me think more about how everything works together.
Rene Splettstoesser