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Acu Therapeutics I

Final Review- Dizziness, Insomnia, Abdominal Pain, Vomiting, Diabetes, Headache

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Common points for dizziness GB20, GB8, Yin Tang
Common points for insomnia H7, SP6, Yin Tang, An Mian, Si Shen Cong (could also add Du24 and extra point in center of heel!)
Common points for vomiting ST36 (He Sea of ST), Ren 12 (FM of ST), P6/SP4 (fullness/tightness chest/epigastrium). Could add Yin Tang
Common points for abdominal pain Ren 12 (FM ST), ST25 (FM LI), ST 36 (Command Point for abdomen). For region of abdomen, add XCPs: SP4 for upper, K5 for lower, LR5 for lateral, ST37 (Lower He Sea, LI) for peri-umbilical pain
Common points for diabetes Wei Guan Xia Shu (aka Yi Shu), SJ4, SP6 (can e-stim SP6 to either LR2 or K1)
Translation of Wei Guan Xia Shu "Transporting Point Below the Stomach" (more likely, Below Stomach Transporting Point)
Common points for headache d/t Exterior Syndrome GB20, LU7 and LI4, Tai Yang
Four etiologies for Dizziness. All DEFICIENCY. What are they? LR/KD Yin Xu --> LR Wind. Q&B Xu. T&T function Xu --> Phlegm Damp misting head. KD Essence Xu.
Four etiologies for abdominal pain: Three XS. What are they? Cold accumulation with stagnation of qi. Food retention. LQS.
Four etiologies for abdominal pain: One Xu. What is it? SP/ST Yang Xu
Differentiation points for dizziness d/t LR/KD/Yin Xu turning in to LR Wind UB18, UB23, SP6 to nourish yin. LR3 to "sedate LR yang"
Differentiation points for dizziness d/t T&T dysfunction (SP) leading to Phlegm Damp misting head UB20, Ren 12, SP9. ST40, P6, ST8.
Differentiation points for dizziness d/t qi & blood Xu MOXA Du20 to "lift qi up." Back shu of SP. ST36, Ren 12, Ren 6
Differentiation points for dizziness d/t KD Essence Xu UB23, Ren 4, GB39 (IP for Marrow!!), K3. For memory add: Si Shen Cong and H7. If Yin Xu sx: SP6, K2. If Yang Xu sx: Du4, K7
Differentiation points for Shang Xiao (Upper Jiao/Lung) diabetes UB13, LU9, LU10, Ren23, Ren24
Differentiation points for Zhong Xiao (Middle Jiao/Stomach) diabetes UB20, UB21, LI11, ST44
Differentiation points for Xia Xiao (Lower Jiao/Kidney) diabetes UB23, K3, K6, K2, Ren 4. Lung 7!
Differentiation points for abdominal pain d/t SP/ST Yang Xu MOXA Ren 4. MOXA Ren 12. Needle UB20, UB21, LR13
Differentiation points for abdominal pain d/t Cold Pathogenic Factor Attack with Qi Obstruction Moxa (with fresh ginger): Ren 8, Ren 12, P6/SP4, LI4
Differentiation points for abdominal pain d/t Food Retention with Blockage of Bowel Ren 10, Ren 11, ST 21 (on level of Ren 12!! Four cun lateral), Li Nei Ting
Differentiation points for abdominal pain d/t LQS Four Gates, Ren 17, Yin Tang (ok), P6 (??)
Common points for Vomit ST36, P6/SP4, Ren 12, Yin Tang
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t SP/ST Xu SP3, Ren 6, UB20, UB21
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t ST Yin Xu SP6, Ren 4, UB21
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t Wind-Cold MOXA GB20 (Wind Pond). MOXA UB12 (Wind Gate).
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t Summer Heat LI11, UB40, SP9
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t LQS Four Gates, Ren 17, UB18
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t Food Retention Ren 10, Ren 11, Li Nei Ting
Differentiation points for vomiting d/t "Tan Yin" (Phlegm Fluid) ST40, UB20, LR13
Created by: mrbarr