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Wind stroke

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numbness or motor dysfunction of the extremities o sudden facial paralysis o dysphasia o maybe fever and chills o arthralgia o no disturbance of consciousness T thin white coat P floating and wiry or wiry and thready Wind stroke due to Emptiness of the channels with wind invasion
Treatment principle for wind stroke due to emptiness of the channels with wind invasion Expel wind (and heat or cold). Nourish and invigorate qi and blood and open the channel
Acu Rx for bell’s palsy Threading tech with a 3” needle from st6-st4&st7. And a 1.5” needle from st2to st4. On the affected side. In addition LI4 and Lu7 maybe treated with E-stim. Other points: eye GB1 SJ23. Nose LI20. Tongue ren23. Lips du 26
dizziness, vertigo • headache, often temporal or vertical • tinnitus • pressure behind the eyes, blurring vision, sudden loss of vision in one eye • facial flushing • irritability and restlessness • insomnia or restless, dream disturbed sle Wind stroke due to liver and kidney YIN deficiency with rising liver Yang and wind
Treatment Principle for wind stroke due to Liv and Kid Yin def with rising liv Yang and wind Sedate liver yang and extinguish wind. Nourish yin to anchor yang
Acu Rx fro wind stroke due to liv and kid yin def with rising liv yang and wind
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