The reflex therapeutic use of light in the therapy according to Rudolf Siener promises fast action in acute and chronic pain conditions. in 1989, Rudolf Siener introduced the new selective pain – and body therapy (NPSO). Similar to foot reflexology the principle of that light therapy is based on a Somatotopically, a reflection of the entire body to a specific area of the body. Especially in patients with acute or chronic pain, this method of treatment achieved stunning success. The independent consumer magazine explains which healing principle behind this therapy is, what complaints can be handled most effectively and how you can treat even with NPSO. At Johns Hopkins Data you will find additional information. Pain is the cry of the tissue after flowing energy!” Also the new localised pain and body therapy based on this basic idea of Chinese medicine after Rudolf Siener. The principle of NPSO is easy.
Similar to foot reflexology or ear acupuncture is working here with a Somatotopically. The entire body is the Projected lower leg. The advantage: In contrast to the relatively painful acupuncture or pressure treatment, maudine important points, maximum energy points, using gentle light therapy treatment which stimulates, resolve the blockages. Some pain patients a treatment sufficient already to help relieve the symptoms. Closer inspection of the lower leg shows that the backward curvature of the lower leg is very similar to the physiological curvature of the spine.
Disease symptoms and pain are associated with the corresponding area of the lower leg at the NPSO by means of signal points, MEPs,”, says therapist Michael Munch the principle in the corresponding report on the net magazine… Michael Munch has already learned this form of therapy at the inventor Rudolf Siener and since then successfully applied in his practice. He describes the ways this gentle light therapy in detail and easily understandable way, explains the implications and gives tips and in which training courses themselves, lay people have the chance to learn NPSO easily and quickly. Editor: Patricia kurz