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Microsystems Final

Microsystems Final - Paul

Blood vessel, dilation(location & indication) 2 cm in from of midpoint. For HTN and Edema
Chorea(location & indication) .5 cm in front of midpoint. For tremors
Motor(location & indication) 1 cm behind midpoint. For motor problems and speech
Sensory(location & indication) 2.5 cm behind midpoint. For parathesia, numbness
Chinese Vertigo/Hearing(location & indication) Line 1 cm above apex of the ear, in the front.
Speech 3(location & indication) Line 1 cm above apex of the ear, in the back
Chinese Foot Motor/Incontinence/Bladder(location & indication) 1 cm away from midpoint on top of the head and 3 cm back
Speech 1(location & indication) lower part of the motor line near face.
Speech 2 (location & indication) behind the praxis
Chinese Balance/Vertigo(location & indication) 3 cm lateral to EOP and 4 cm long(going down).
Chinese Vision(location & indication) 1.5 cm lateral to EOP and 4 cm long (going up)
Chinese Thorasic point(location & indication) 1/2way between ST point and midline
Chinese Stomach/LR-GB points(location & indication) Above pupil 1 cm above and below hairline
Chinese Reproduction-Genital &Intestine points(location & indication) At corner of hairline
YNSA A1-A8(location and indication) 1 cm from midline – Head,face, neck, cervical
YNSA B line(location and indication) 2 cm from midline – cervical, scapula, shoulder joint
YNSA H (location and indication) Behind B pt.– supplementary for back and leg
YNSA C1-C9(location and indication) Corner of hairline angled toward the nose – shoulder to finger
YNSA I pt.(location and indication) Behind C – supplementary for back and leg
YNSA D(location and indication) 1 cm above zygo arch at hairline - lumbar
YNSA D1-D6 (ancillary D)(location and indication) Start at root of ear and go up one cm. For lumbar
YNSA E line(T1-T12)(location and indication) Above Yu Yao to above BL2 – Thorasic, Shingles, Asthma, Angina
YNSA F (location and indication) part of mastoid that sticks out the most - Sciatica
YNSA G1(location and indication) side of mastoid closest to the ear – medial knee
YNSA G2(location and indication) Bottom of the mastoid – for anterior knee
YNSA G3(location and indication) posterior to G2 - for lateral knee
Ren LU 7 / KD 6
Yin Qiao KD 6 / LU 7
Du SI 3/ UB 62
Yang Qiao UB 62 / SI 3
Chong SP 4/ PC 6
Yin Wei PC 6 / SP 4
Dai GB 41/ SJ 5
Yang Wei SJ 5/ GB 41
NADA protocol Sympathetic, Shenmen, KD, LR, SP
Host/Guest Host - yuan src.on primary meridian. Guest – luo connecting point of the int./ext. related meridian. Example LI4/LU7 or SJ4/GB37
TMM treatmnent 1 Local needles, shu point on affected meridian, Ying or Jing(bleed) on affected meridian.
TMM treatment 2(LiLi) Local needles, distals near big muscles and joints, Jing well, GB 34, Add shu point for muscle and joint pain, Add ST 36 if TMM Qi not strong.
Urinary Bladder Shu UB 64
Large Intestine Shu LI 4
Stomach Shu ST 42
Pericardium Shu PC 7
San Jiao Shu SJ 4
Gall Bladder Shu GB 40
Small Intestine Shu SI 4
Created by: rmr