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Acupuncture Tx: I M

Treatment Point Combinations Midterm

DiagnosisPoint CombinationHerbal Treatment
KID Qi Def. - CI: EPF's are Excessive or Strong or if not completely eliminated, or if Def Syndrome + Excessive/Stong EPF UB 23, Ren 4, KID 3 - Reinforcing/moxi Lian Zi, Qian Shi
SP Qi Def. - CI: EPF's are Excessive or Strong or if not completely eliminated, or if Def Syndrome + Excessive/Stong EPF Ren 12, Ren 6, ST 36 - Reinforcing/Moxi Si Jun Zi Tang
Qi & Blood Def. - CI: EPF's are Excessive or Strong or if not completely eliminated, or if Def Syndrome + Excessive/Stong EPF UB 20, UB 17, ST 36, SP 6 - Reinforcing Huang Qi, Wu Wei Zi
KID Yin Def. - CI: EPF's are Excessive or Strong or if not completely eliminated, or if Def Syndrome + Excessive/Stong EPF KID 3, KID 6, UB 52 Liu Wei Di huang Wan
Wind, EPF - CI: Def Syndrome or Def + Excess Combination GB 20, LI 4 - Reducing Tian Ma, Gou Teng Yin
Promote Defecation & Reduce Heat LI 11, ST 25, ST 40 - Reducing
Indigestion Ren 11, ST 36, Sifeng - Reducing
Warming MJ to Dispel Cold Ren 12, ST 36 - Needle Retaining/Moxi
Restore Yang from Collapse, & Treat Cold Extremities d/t decline of Yang - CI: Heat Syndromes; Caution: Moxi w/Yin Def Heat Ren 4, Ren 8 - Moxibustion
Clear Pathogenic Heat DU 14, LI 11, LI 4, Jing -Well, Ying-Spring of the affected meridian - Reducing/Blood Letting
Clear Heat & Resuscitation DU 26, 12 Jing-Well Pts Z(LU 11, HT 9, PC 9, LI 1, SJ 1, SI 1 - bilaterally) - Reducing/Blood Letting
Dizzy/Vertigo d/t failure of Pure Yang in ascending, sinking of Qi from the MJ, visceroptosis, prolapse of the rectum, prolonged dysentery - CI: Yin Def./Yang Excess DU 20, Ren 6, Ren 4, ST 36 - Reinforcing/Moxi
Regulation of Rebellious ST Qi (descending method) - CI: Def Syndromes or Def Above/Excess Below ST 36, Ren 17, Ren 12, PC 6, ST 36 - Even Movement
Liver Yang Rising (soothe the Liver & subdue Liver Yang) - CI: Def Syndromes or Def Above/Excess Below GB 20, LIV 3, KID 1 - Reducing
Wind Stroke (Attack on the Zang Fu) Tense Excess Condition, DU 20, DU 26, SP 40, LIV 3, KID 1 + Jing Wells/Both Hands (LU 11, HT 9, PC 9, LI 1, SJ 1, SI 1)Clenched Jaws Add: ST 7, ST 6, LI 14Aphasia & stiffness of the tongue Add: DU 15, Ren 23, HT 5
Wind Stroke (Attack on the Zang Fu) Flaccid Deficiency, Ren 8, Ren 6 w/salt moxa, Ren 4
Wind Stroke (Attack on the Zang Fu) Attack on the Meridians & Collaterals DU 20, UB 7, DU 16; Upper Limbs, LI 15, LI 11, SJ 5, LI 4; Lower Limbs Add, GB 30, GB 34, ST 36, ST 41; Upward Disturbance of Wind Yang Add, Reduce GB 20 & LIV 3, Reinforce KID 3 & SP 6; Excess Fire in the HT/LIV Add, Reduce PC 7 & LIV 2, Reinforce KID 3
Prevent Wind Stroke Moxa ST 36, GB 39
Created by: DOCRAIN