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Points III Wk4 P

Extra Points on Hand & Arms

On the dorsum of the hand, two points located between the 2nd and 3rd and the 4th and 5th metacarpal bones, in the depression lying immediately DISTAL to the bases of the metacarpals. YaoTongXue (Lumbar Pain Point)
On the dorsum of the hand, in the depression just PROXIMAL to the 2nd and 3rd metacarpo-phalangeal joints. LuoZhen (Stiff Neck)
When the hand is made into a fist, six of these points lie in the depressions between the metacarpal heads, proximal to the web margins. The remaining two points lie equidistant between thumb and index metacarpals, PROXIMAL to the web margin(s). BaXie (Eight Pathogens) --used to treat joint pain/arthritis
On the PALMAR surface of the hand, at the midpoints of the transverse creases of the proximal interphalangeal joints of the index, middle, ring and little fingers. SiFeng (Four Seams)
On the tips of the ten fingers (exact location @ fingertips is up for discussion). ShiXuan (Ten Diffusions)
On the midpoint of the proximal interphalangeal joint of the MIDDLE FINGER, dorsal aspect. ZhongQui (also ZhongKui)
Midway between LI5 and SJ4 ("on the radial side of 'that bundle of tendons'"). Zhong Quan
On the tip of the olecranon process of the ulna. ZhouJian (Elbow Tip) MOXA ONLY-- Phlegm nodules
On the anterior aspect of the shoulder joint, MIDWAY (but Bi is not in name) between anterior axillary crease and LI-15. JianQian (also JianNeLing)
On the flexor aspect of the forearm, 4 cun proximal to PC7, either side of the tendon flexor carpi radialis. ErBai (Two White) --for hemorrhoids (w/ UB57, UB58, Du20, Du1)
Halfway up the medial aspect of arm, between radius and ulna. BiZhong (Middle of Arm) -- used to treat "bi" syndrome, motor impairment
Created by: mrbarr