Our Institute Supports Research in Neuroscience and Biotech Device Engineering

Clinical approaches in Auricular Medicine offer frameworks for gaining a window to the brain — frameworks to open perspectives on new opportunities in the field of neuroscience and neuromodulatory device engineering. We look forward to collaborate with your research/engineering team.
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Biotech engineers and clinicians under the leadership of Dr. Andreas Wirz, MD, Surgeon FMH, working together to advance the field of neuroception for neurological insight and clinical diagnosis.
Go to Training on Frequencies
This intro focuses on Nogier Frequencies (Paul Nogier 1908-1996). Of course, there are many other medical frequencies used in Auricular Medicine, including frequencies with reference to diseases, organs, environment, parasites, viruses and bacteria and many more.
Go to Training on VAS
The Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS), akin to neuroception, is palpated by clinicians to test autonomic nervous system response to specific stimuli. 
Go to Body of Research
Research on the Vascular Autonomic Signal (e.g. VAS, Nogier Pulse or Reflex Cardiac) — which is closely tied to fields of research such as in Polyvagal Theory and neuroception, skin sympathetic nerve activity (SKNA), stellate ganglia nerve activity (SGNA), heart rate variability (HRV), and others — is critical in advancing this important diagnostic palpation.
The Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine is recognized as a leading training program for Auricular Medicine and related low-level laser therapy (LLLT) applications by one of Germany’s top clinical laser manufacturers.