Prof. Emmanuel Sagui, MD, MPH, DO

Dr. Sagui is a neurologist in private practice, and teaching at the Val-de-Grâce School in Marseille, France. His leadership in the field of auricular neuromodulation includes development of the Aurimatrix, a platform for case reporting.


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Dr. Béatrice Paquier and Dr. Emmanuel Sagui present auricular topics on the theme of the Vagus Nerve at an auriculo conference presented by the Auriculo Academy in 2019.

Contributions, Publications & Presentations

The following are some of the contributions by Dr. Sagui to the field of Auricular Medicine...

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Creation of a Software-as-a-Service Solution for Clinical Work and Research in Auriculotherapy. Dr. Sagui is co-founder of, and Scientific Director at, Aurimatrix, an online platform presenting two schools of French auriculotherapy. The configurability of Aurimatrix supports implementation of any ear chart from any auricular method — and enables analysis of session data to pave the way for securing and reporting on neuro-auricular practice.
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Auriculo Review

As a professor, Dr. Sagui contributes to the ongoing education on Auricular subjects, such as his presentation, “Auriculothérapie revisitée” to provide an overview of history, mechanisms of action, differences in schools of thought, and conceptual limitations of Auriculotherapy.
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As a co-author, Dr. Sagui contributed to an article on neurologic sequelae of COVID-19 and their possible etiology, and, based on available data, proposes possible improvements in current medical care procedures: How to detect and track chronic neurologic sequelae of COVID-19? Use of auditory brainstem responses and neuroimaging for long-term patient follow-up.
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New Frontiers

In an effort to expand the concept of non-invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation (niVNS), Dr. Sagui is helping initiate discussion and research, for example through his submission with colleagues, Frédéric Canini and Taras Usichenko, for the Frontiers research topic, Neuromodulation by the ear: beyond non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation

Bio | Dr. Emmanuel Sagui, MD, MPH, DO

Professor at l’École du Val-de-Grâce
Through a collaboration between CIAM and the DAA, you can watch Dr. med. Ramme presenting the use of a class 4 laser for the application of the self-heal frequency in the treatment of knee pain (see courses with Bernd Ramme above). 
Professor • Lecturer • Practitioner

Dr. Sagui is a neurologist in private practice. He also teaches as an associate professor at the medical school, École du Val de Grâce. His experience includes clinical practice at Pays d'Aix Hospital Center in the Aix-en-Provence Pain Study and Treatment Unit; reservist doctor in the Army Biomedical Research Institute (IRBA) at Brétigny-sur-Orge; clinical practice at the European Hospital in Marseille within the department for Auriculotherapy; and clinical practice within the Neurology Department of the Laveran Army Training Hospital in Marseille.

His degrees were completed through years of education, including:
  • 2023 DIU Médecine manuelle et ostéopathie médicale - Faculté de médecine de Marseille
  • 2018 DIU Auriculothérapie scientifique - Université Paris-Saclay
  • 2002 DIU Électrophysiologie clinique - Faculté de Médecine Université de Montpellier-Nîmes
  • 2001 DIU Pathologie neurovasculaire - Faculté de Médecine Université de Montpellier-Nîmes

His associations include:
  • Member of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS)
  • Member of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN)
  • Member of the Société Française de Neurologie (SFN)