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JAS Root Tx 08 EV

Yin Wei Master Point PC 6 (black/negative)
Chong Mai Master Point SP 4 (red/positive)
Yin Qiao Master Point KD 6 (black/negative)
Ren Mai Master Point LU 7 (red/positive)
Yang Wei Master Point TW 5 (black/negative)
Dai Mai Master Point GB 41 (red/positive)
Yang Qiao Master Point BL 62 (black/negative)
Du Mai Master Point SI 3 (red/positive)
EV back shu for PC BL 18 (1.5 cun lateral BSP T9)
EV back shu for GB BL 19 (1.5 cun lateral BSP T10)
EV back shu for SP BL 20 (1.5 cun lateral BSP T11)
EV back shu for TW BL 22 (1.5 cun lateral BSP L1)
EV back shu for KD BL 23 (1.5 cun lateral BSP L2)
EV back shu for LU BL 25 (1.5 cun lateral BSP L4)
EV back shu for SI BL 27 (1.5 cun lateral 1st LIAO)
EV back shu for BL BL 28 (1.5 cun lateral 2nd LIAO)
Step 1 Yin Wei-Chong Mai SP 4 (red/+), PC 6 (black/-)
Step 1 Yin Qiao-Ren Mai LU 7 (red/+), KD 6 (black/-)
Step 1 Yang Wei-Dai Mai GB 41 (red/+), TW 5 (black/-)
Step 1 Yang Qiao-Du Mai SI 3 (red/+), BL 62 (black/-)
Step 2 Yin Wei-Chong Mai Bilateral BL 20 (SP), BL 18 (PC) Kyutoshin
Step 2 Yin Qiao-Ren Mai Bilateral BL 25 (LU), BL 23 (KD) Kyutoshin
Step 2 Yang Wei-Dai Mai Bilateral BL 19 (GB), BL 22 (TW) Kyutoshin
Step 2 Yang Qiao-Du Mai Bilateral BL 27 (SI), BL 28 (BL) Kyutoshin
How long should ion pumping cords be retained? 10-15 minutes, very deficient patients only 5-10 minutes
What should you do after the IPC have been on 1-2 minutes? Repalpate areas w/ pressure pain to check relief
What are 3 things that could be wrong if no change is seen w/ IPC? 1) Point location 2) Needle depth 3) Diagnosis
What if the patient becomes agitated after IPC are connected? Try reversing polarity of IPC first
Principle signs for Yang Wei-Dai Mai Tension from navel to lateral edge of abdomen, ASIS pressure pain, ST 25, GB 24
Secondary signs Yang Wei-Dai Mai KD 16, SP 15, LV 13, GB 27, GB 28, GB 24
Ssx of Yang Wei-Dai Mai Head (H/A, dizzy), sciatica, hip/back, cold lower back, GYN, lower ab, sweating, trigeminal neuralgia
Principle signs for Yang Qiao-Du Mai ASIS tension & pressure pain, KD 11, ST 26
Secondary signs for Yang Qiao-Du Mai PSIS, SI 9-SI 10 area, sides of cervical spine
Ssx of Yang Qiao-Du Mai TaiYang cold, neck/shoulder/back, whiplash, speech, epilepsy, neurosis, insomnia, trigeminal neuralgia, sweating
Principle signs for Yin Wei-Chong Mai Subcostal tension, esp on right, PC 1, CV 17, SP 21-GB 26 area
Secondary signs for Yin Wei-Chong Mai CV 22, LV 14, GB 24, ST 11, KD 16, ST 30, SP 13,15,16
Ssx of Yin Wei-Chong Mai LV/GB issues, ST digestive, HT ssx, emotional, GYN, insomnia, PMS
Principle signs for Yin Qiao-Ren Mai Ren line tension, esp above navel, KD 16, LU 1-2 area
Secondary signs for Yin Qiao-Ren Mai ST 12, ST 9, KD 11, KD 8, LU 7, KD 6, LU 3-4, ASIS, very tense upper ab & very flaccid lower ab
Ssx of Yin Qiao-Ren Mai GYN, respiratory, urination. LBP, immune, hemorrhoids, toothache, ear/nose/throat, KD/BL ssx
Du Mai pulse Strength & uniformly floating, elasticity, most Yang of pulses
Ren Mai pulse Uniformly sinking in all positions, tense w/ more width than wiry pulse
Chong Mai pulse Uniformly confined, forceful & sunken, very hard & “tied to bone”
Dai Mai pulse Elastic hardness in both guan positions, strength, hardness & some elasticity
Yang Qiao pulse Superficial strength, elasticity, hardness in both cun positions
Yin Qiao pulse Superficial strength, elasticity, hardness in both chi positions
Yang Wei pulse Strength felt more medially in chi position than in cun position
Yin Wei pulse Strength felt more laterally in chi position than in cun position
Mixed Yin is a mix of what two EV patterns YinWei ChongMai & YinQiao RenMai
Step 1 for Mixed Yin Right KD6(-) Left LU7(+), Right PC6(-) Left SP4(+), Cord CROSS body
Step 2 for Mixed Yin 2 pairs most tender, Kyu bilateral BL18(LV), BL20(SP), BL23(KD), BL25(LI) NO Kyu BL14(PC), BL13(LU)
Principle Mixed Yin signs Right subcostal, Along Ren line, Right ST25, 26, 27
Secondary Mixed Yin signs Same as those of YinWei ChongMai & YinQiao RenMai
Ssx of Mixed Yin Same as those of YinWei ChongMai & YinQiao RenMai esp. GYN, GI
Cross Syndrome is a mix of what two EV patterns YinWei ChongMai & YangWei DaiMai
Step 1 for Cross Syndrome Right PC6(-) SP4(+), Left TW5(-) GB41(+)
Step 2 for Cross Syndrome 2 pairs most tender, bilateral Kyu BL18(LV), BL19(GB), BL20(SP), BL22(TW), maybe BL27(SI)
Principle Cross Syndrome signs Right subcostal, Left ASIS &/or ST25, 26, 27
Secondary Cross Syndrome signs Right PC1, SP21-GB26, Left ST25, GB24
Ssx of Cross Syndrome GYN, digestive(esp. intestinal), sciatica(esp. L leg), LV problems, shoulder, low back, head/ear/eyes/nose/throat(esp. L)
Taiji treats what meridians All 12 at once using meeting points of arm Yin/Yang and leg Yin/Yang
What is the meeting point of 3 leg Yin SP6
What is the meeting point of 3 leg Yang GB35
What is the meeting point of 3 arm Yin Manaka PC (1/2 btwn PC7 & PC3)
What is the meeting point of 3 arm Yang TW8
Step 1 for Taiji Bilateral SP6(-) Manaka PC(+), TW8(-) GB35(+), 4 CORDS used for 20 MINUTES
Step 2 for Taiji 2 pairs most tender, bilateral Kyu BL19(GB), BL20(SP), BL22(TW), NO Kyu BL14(PC)
Principle Taiji signs Uni/Bilateral KD16, LV13, SP15
Secondary Taiji signs None but depends on presenting ssx
Ssx of Taiji ”Tired but wired”/fatigue of whole body, nervousness, neurosis, stress, knee joint probs, whiplash(esp. forw/back), fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, hypertension
Whiplash is a mix of what 2 EV YangWei DaiMai & YangQiao DuMai
Step 1 for Whiplash Check ROM before Bilateral TW5(-) GB41(+), BL62(-) SI3(+), 4 CORDS used
Step 2 for Whiplash 2 pairs tightest, bilateral Kyu BL19(GB), BL22(TW), BL27(SI), BL28(BL)
Principle Whiplash signs ASIS, GB24(Mu GB), ST25(Mu TW), ST26(Mu SI), KD11(Mu BL)
Secondary Whiplash signs DaiMai, PSIS, SI9-10, sides of cervical vertebrae
Ssx of Whiplash L/R neck rotation &/or lateral flexion problems, upper/middle &/or low back problems, skin issues
Unresolved Lower Abdomen ssx additional pt SP6
KD16 or KD 5 Phase area ssx additional pt KD7 or KD3 (KD7 if Ren & KD 5 Phase)
Subcostal area ssx additional pt LV8, LV3, or LV4 (LV8 if Chong & LV 5 Phase)
CV line/Rectus Abdominus ssx additional pt ST36
ASIS ssx additional pt GB34
Four Gates does what for energy in the body? Opens circulation of energy in the body
Step 1 for Four Gates LI4 (-/black) LV3 (+/red) bilateral
Step 2 for Four Gates Kyu bilateral BL18 (LV Shu), BL25 (LI Shu)
Principle Four Gates signs Bilateral subcostal tension, bilateral rectus abdominus tension/spasms, LV14 (LV Mu), ST27 (LI Mu)
Ssx of Four Gates Chronic LV-related HA, chronic digestive (LI), LV problems, meridian stag, energy obstruction/derangement, stress/dizziness/HYT, inappropriate responses
Ren with Four Gates is a combo of what two EV? Yin Qiao Ren Mai and Four Gates
Step 1 for Ren with Four Gates Left LU7 (+/red) Right KD6 (-/black), Right LI4 (-/black) Left LV3 (+/red), Cords CROSS body
Step 2 for Ren with Four Gates Kyu bilateral BL18 (LV shu), BL23 (KD shu), BL25 (LI shu), choose 2. OK to use BL13 (LU) w/o Kyu in addition to 2 selected
Principle Ren with Four Gates signs Yin Qiao Ren Mai signs (Ren line, LU1-2, KD16) with lower left quandrant reactivity (ASIS)
Ssx of Ren with Four Gates LV/KD problems (acute/chronic LBP), LU/LI problems, colitis, asthma, vertebral/muscle pain w/ emo response, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, PTSD, Crohn’s, infant colic
Mixed Qiao is a combo of what two EV? Yin Qiao Ren Mai & Yang Qiao Du Mai
Step 1 for Mixed Qiao Left LU7 (+/red) Right KD6 (-/black), Left BL62 (+/red)* Right SI3 (-/black), Cords CROSS body, (*note Du Mai polarity reversed)
Step 2 for Mixed Qiao Kyu bilateral BL23 (KD Shu) always, choose BL27 (SI Shu) or BL28 (BL Shu), Okyu any tender huato after Kyu
Principle Mixed Qiao signs Yin Qiao Ren Mai signs (Ren line, LU1-2, KD16) with main complaint of back pain
Secondary Mixed Qiao signs Lower abdomen weakness, flaccid abdominal muscles
Ssx of Mixed Qiao Back pain, arthritis of spine and/or hips, SI joint pain, tailbone trauma, back/neck muscle pain, occipital HA, emotional paralysis, Parkinson’s
Shaoyin/Jueyin is similar to what EV treatment and how is it different? Similar to Ren with Four Gates BUT weak lower abdominal muscles
Shaoyin/Jueyin signs are similar to what common Qi problem Counterflow Qi with tension above and weakness below umbilicus
Step 1 for Shaoyin/Jueyin emotional problems Bilateral HT5 (-/black), LV3 (+/red)
Step 1 for Shaoyin/Jueyin medial knee pain Bilateral LV3 (-/black), HT5 (+/red)
Step 2 for Shaoyin/Jueyin Kyu BL18 (LV shu), choose second set based on palpation, ssx, or relation to HT channel i.e. BL27 (SI Shu) or BL23 (KD Shu)
Principle Shaoyin/Jueyin signs Bilateral subcostal and substernal tension
Secondary Shaoyin/Jueyin signs Lower abdominal weakness, flaccid abdominal muscles
Ssx of Shaoyin/Jueyin Fullness under sternum, LV/HT emo problems, stress/HYT, Shen disturbance, HA, GYN (more XS types), insomnia, dream disturbed sleep, diabetes, medial knee pain, vertigo, Meniere’s, ADD
Yangming involves what two channels Bright Yang channels of ST & LI
Step 1 for Yangming facial/GI problems Bilateral LI4 (-/black), ST43 (+/red)
Step 1 for Yangming lateral knee pain Bilateral ST43 (-/black), LI4 (+/red)
Step 2 for Yangming Kyu bilateral BL21 (ST Shu), BL25 (LI Shu)
Principle Yangming signs CV12 (ST Mu), ST21, ST27 (LI Mu)
Ssx of Yangming Dental problems, facial pain/numbness, neuro-facial (Bell’s, tics, etc), LI ssx, GI, Yangming HA, TMJ, ST channel lateral knee pain, Crohn’s, IBS, constipation
Hepatitis can be used for which type of hepatitis? Any type as long as abdominal signs are present, will minimalize ssx, reduce swelling LV swelling
What type of needles are used for Hepatitis treatments? Gold (+) and silver (-), although gold plated (+) and stainless steel (-) may be used
Step 1 for Hepatitis 1 Right PC7 (-/silver/black) LV3 (+/gold/red)
Step 1 for Hepatitis 2 Right LI4 (-/silver/black), Left LV3 (+/gold/red)
Step 2 for Hepatitis 1 or 2 Kyu bilateral BL17 (Hui Blood), BL18 (LV Shu) or BL19 (GB Shu)
Principle Hepatitis 1 signs Subcostal tension/pain esp. R, lower Right quadrant esp. ST25, 26, 27
Principle Hepatitis 2 signs Subcostal tension/pain esp. R, lower Left quadrant esp. ST25, 26, 27, resembles Cross syndrome
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