NADA Acudetox Protocol

The NADA Acudetox protocol was developed at Lincoln Hospital in New York City between 1973 -1975, during the heroin epidemic there, as a complementary treatment of addiction withdrawal symptoms.   The NADA protocol uses acupuncture technique at 5 specific points on the ear that are known to promote wellness, inner peace, and lessen withdrawal symptoms.
  It was found to be helpful to lessen craving and  anxiety, improve sleep, reduce  agitation, sweating, nausea, diarrhea and irritability.  Over the years since then NADA has been used to treat stress, help recovery from trauma and has been helpful during disasters. 

Please visit the NADA website to learn more:

West Virginia is the 24th state to have a law permitting the use of the NADA protocol by trained professionals.  In our state, this includes trained acupuncturists, doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, chiropractors, Emergency Medical personnel, and Medical Corrections Officers. The NADA protocol is used in at least 42 countries worldwide.

Please contact Barbara Weaner by email or phone or text, to set up a NADA training in your community.    540-539-9692


Cell: 540-539-9692 Fax: 844-216-8402

Fax: 844-216-8402