Four Therapy Elements: Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll at a Glance
Our eyes are passive organs. They are supplied with nutrients and oxygen by the body via the bloodstream. Waste and metabolic products are carried away in the same way. If these processes are blocked, this leads to pathological changes.
Nowadays, whenever the term “eye acupuncture” is used, it does not only refer to a plain acupuncture treatment. Eye acupuncture includes a comprehensive, naturopathic concept which, although acupuncture is the central procedure, should be combined with other complementary treatments. The positive effect of acupuncture is supported by physiotherapy. The same applies to the improved supply of nutrients through individual infusion therapy.
The four Elements of Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll
We combine four elements: an exact anamnesis, the eye acupuncture according to Prof. Boel, individual infusions and specific physiotherapy.
What does a Treatment Procedure look like?
At the beginning of each treatment there is always a detailed consultation with eye acupuncture Noll. This anamnesis takes place with the expert for eye acupuncture and with the physiotherapist. Then, in collaboration with you, the patient, we plan the exact next steps of the treatment. Generally speaking, an Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll proceeds approximately as follows:
1. Anamnesis Appointment
Anamnesis interviews and examinations (neurological, orthopedic, internal pressure and tapping tests -manually – as well as an eye test and a blood analysis)
2. Therapy Plan
Creation of an individual treatment plan
3. Intensive Treatment Phase
Two weeks: Intensive phase, about 10 double treatments acupuncture, plus infusions and individual physiotherapy
Four weeks break after the intensive phase
5. Preservation Phase
After 4 weeks: preservation phase, i.e. an acupuncture session to support the intensive phase
6. Post Treatment Phase
One session of acupuncture, infusions and physiotherapy every four to six weeks, depending on the course of treatment