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YNSA Iuliano

Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture with Sensory Points Iuliano Microsystems

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Sensory 1 Eye. Vertically down from A point on to the forehead in the 1st depression.
Sensory 2 Nose. Vertically down from Sensory 1, in the 2nd depression on the forehead.
Sensory 3 Mouth. vertically down from Sensory 1 & 2 in the last depression on the forehead.
Sensory 4 Ear. Down from ST 8 or C point until level with Sensory 2 point, which is in the 2nd depression on the forehead.
A point location Follows a vertical line from anterior to posterior, approximately 1 cm lateral to the midline, level with GV 24 at BL 3.
A point function (Head) For disorders related to the cervical spine, neck, headaches, facial pain or paralysis and TMJ disorders
B Point location Located approximately 1 cm lateral to A point (or 2 cm lateral to the midline), on a line with Yuyao and GV 14.
B point function (Shoulder/Neck) For shoulder pain, disorders related to the cervical spine, neck/arm problems, problems of the SCM and trapezius muscles
C Point location located approximately 2.5 cm lateral to B point, or 4.5 to 5 cm lateral to the midline, at ST 8. It is about 2 cm long following the shape of the skull.
C Point function Problems of the upper extremities from shoulder joint to finger tips, including carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, etc.
Yamamoto Knee Point Located between B and C Points, for knee pain.
D point location located in the temporal region, above the zygomatic arch, 2cm in front of the ear, at GB 3, needled towards GB 2.
D point function For disorders related to the lumbar and sacral vertebrae and coccyx. Circulatory problems of the legs, low back pain, sciatica, prostatitis.
Yin D1-D6 points location Located in the vertical line approximately 1 cm in length, posterior to the D point and just in front of the ear (3 silly geese)
Yin D1-D6 point function For problems of the lumbar spine and sacrum, sciatica, pelvic, OBGYN, prostate problems.
E point location Beings at GB 14, follows a line approximately 2 cm in length towards Yin Tang
E point function For disorders related to Thoracic vertebrae, ribs, thoracic cavity and internal organs in the trunk/ribcage area.
F point location Located on the highest prominence of the mastoid process
F point function L5 to S1, this point represents the sciatic nerve and the only indication is sciatica.
G point location Located at GB 12 needled posterior and downward.
G point function Knee problems
Basic G points location three points situated around the edge of the mastoid processes, G3 is located at GB 12
Basic G point functions G1 – medial, G2 - frontal/patella, G3 – lateral knee.
H point location Level with the B point, and ½ cun back.
H point function used mainly in conjunction with D point and rarely used alone. For chronic low back pain (lumbar) or problems with the lower extremities.
I point location Level with C point and ½ cun back
I point function Used mainly in conjunction with D point and rarely used alone. For chronic low back pain lumbar and sacral and sciatica or problems with the lower extremities.
Created by: CTNESA