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Voll Point Body Analysis

Voll Point Electro-Acupuncture Body Analysis, is an acupuncture technique without needles. Voll Point Body Analysis is one of the tools I use to assist me in diagnosing any imbalance and to help determine the optimum course of treatment. This examination procedure is accurate, completely non-invasive and inexpensive.

Hand Points

  1. Lymph – throat, palate
  2. Lymph – sinus, tonsils
  3. Lymph – jaw
  4. Lungs
  5. Large Intestine
  6. Nervous system
  7. Circulation
  8. Allergy/chemical pesticide
  9. Allergy
  10. Cellular metabolism
  11. Adrenal – gonads
  12. Endocrine system
  13. Thyroid/parathyroid/thymus
  14. Pituitary – pineal
  15. Heart
  16. Small intestine

Foot Points

  1. Pancreas/spleen
  2. Liver
  3. Joints
  4. Stomach
  5. Fibroid/degeneration
  6. Skin
  7. Immune system
  8. Gallbladder
  9. Kidney
  10. Bladder
  11. Prostate/uterus/urethra

During the development of Total Integrated Technique, I studied many different types of therapies from around the world.  One of these therapies is Electro-Acupuncture technique founded by Dr. Reinhold Voll.

Voll points identifiy specific acupuncture points that correlate closely to body’s function, representing organ systems, the immune system, the lymphatic system, and the body’s ability to regenerate or stay it’s current state of degeneration.  The Voll Points are like windows looking into the body. There are 11 points on each foot, and 16 points on each hand.

Over 3,000 years ago, the Chinese recognized that there was an energy flow in the body that could be measured and manipulated to achieve healing.  Acupuncture meridians exist as a distinct body system integrated with the nervous, lymphatic and vascular systems.

Dr. Voll found that there were electrical resistance differences that could be measured on the surface of the skin at and around acupuncture points.

Dr. Voll was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1909. During his high school years, the young Voll developed an interest in technology and electronics laying the foundation for his later research in Electro-Acupuncture.

Dr. Voll realized his passion for medicine and entered the University of Tubingen in Hamburg, Germany. He began his medical career in 1943 practicing preventive medicine in southern Germany. By 1953 he was developing electronic devices to treat his patients with Electro-Acupuncture, a technique without needles. He has devoted his medical practice exclusively to this newly developed science.  He founded the Association of Electro-Acupuncture in 1956 and has instructed over 120 courses to its members from 17 countries.