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Final MP2-Kyo

QuestionAnswer
Give me a point that treats disturbance of speech GB5,6 or 9
Which point is the Front Mu point of the GB GB24
Which point helps treat addictions GB8
Which point is the front mu point of the Kd GB25
Which point best helps treat insomnia GB12
Which point best treats all of the following: wind heat in the back of the neck, invasion of the external wind and internal wind disorder? GB20
Which point best helps treat pain in the trapezius? GB21
Which point best treats sinusitis in the frontal sinuses? GB14
When do you NOT needle GB21? during pregnancy
Which point is for moving blood and treating masses in the lower jiao Sp8, Kd 5
The point that can help clear clogged Eustachian tubes SJ17
Best point to treat sciatic pain GB30
Best point to treat knee pain St35
The best point to treat both wind bi and itching due to to wind heat in blood GB31
The best point to clear heat from anywhere in the body is LI11
The best point to nourish the eyes is GB37
The best point to treat problems of the ears SJ3
The best point to descend and disperse the lung and release the exterior is LU7
The best point for regulating the heart rhythm HT5
The best point to treat to treat pain in the chest? PC4
The best point to treat nausea due to any etiology PC6
The confluent point of Dai mai/the belt channel is GB41
The best point to treat teeth grinding due to stress? GB4
GB25 is the front mu of the gallbladder False
the best point for treating phlegm anywhere in the body ST40
Match points for problems of the following Dampness, Bones, Constipation, SOB, posterior deltoid, Chong Mai/sea of Blood SP9, UB11, ST25, KD4, UB16,
The female four gates is which pair of points GB34 and SJ5
The function of the female 4 gates is to help movement of qi
The best point for treating problems with fluid metabolism in the lower jiao such as edema is Kd7
Match the following: Mstr pt of bld vessel, Mstr pt of sinews Mstr pt of bld Mstr pt of marrow LU9,GB34, UB17, GB39
the best point to treat pain due to too much stomach acid is ST19
The best point to nourish the Yin is KD6
The bet point for releasing exterior wind is UB12
St37 and St 39 are best used for Intestinal problems
Which point would be good for allergies with a runny nose and clogged sinuses LI20, St3
St8, UB4, GB20, and GB14 can all be used to treat which of the following problems Headaches
GB41 is one of the best points you could choose to treat a headache that happens during a woman's menses True
Match the following with their channels: Earth, Shao Yang, Tai Yang, Fire SP-St, GB-SJ, SI-UB, PC-SI
The best point to nourish Qi and blood is ST36
Best point to treat carpal tunnel PC7
Best points to treat low back pain UB40, UB60
LI 5 is _______ point Fire Point
The best point for treating problems with fluid metabolism in the lower jiao such as edema ST28
Which points is (are) for treating masses in the lower jiao such a uterine fibroids? KD8, KD5, SP8
best point to treat pain in the chest PC4
What is the caution with needling PC6 hitting the median nerve
What is the concerns with needling UB15 Causing a pneumothorax
What is the concern with needling LI18 Perforating a carotid artery
Which are the best combination of points to tonify the qi? SP3, St36, UB20
Which point can treat pain along the spine and in the area of the scapula and trapezius muscles? SI3, its the confluent point of Du mai
Which point helps the Kd grasp the QI Kd4
Match the following: Earth channel, Jue Yin Channel, Tai yang Channel, Shao yin Channel, Spleen and stomach, PC and LV, SI and UB, Kd and Ht
The best point to treat problems with the fingers is SI7
Caution Brainstem GB20
Ear Problems, activates channel and alleviates pain GB2
Eliminates internal/ext wind GB20
Jaw clenching GB4
Possible window of the sky, subdues rising QI GB9
Upper jaw problems GB3 and GB7
Meeting point of SJ and GB channel GB3
Calms the spirit GB12
meeting point of GB and Yang wei mai GB13
Pacifies the stomach GB17
Name 2 points that can affect Broca's area and treat aphasia/difficulty speaking? GB5,6, possibly 7
Name 2 points which best treat Eye problems GB1 and 16 or 14,15
Which point best treats visual problems by accessing the visual cortex GB19
Which point best treat schizophrenia by influencing the frontal lobe? GB13
GB14 can treat which of the following Frontal sinuses, facial paralysis, inability to rise the eyebrows and vertigo
Which point best helps treat alcohol addiction or hangover GB8
Which point benefits the nose and also treats bipolar syndrom GB15
Which point best treats insomnia GB12
Which point best treats internal wind and neurological problems such as dizziness, epilepsy, and aphasia and also subdues liver yang to treat hypertension GB20
Name 2 points to treat problems of the ear or hearing GB2,3
which point bet helps treat clenching jaw and teeth grinding GB4
GB5&6 are the meeting point of which channels? GB, SJ, LI, ST
LU1 is the meeting point for which channels SP, LU
ST12 is the meeting point of which channels All Yang Channels, but UB, also contraindicated during pregnancy
LI4 is the meeting point of which channels? LI, SI, AND UB GOOD FOR EYE PROBLEMS due to trajectory
St 8 is the meeting point of which channels ST, GB meridians and Yang wei mai, good for headaches
SP12&13 are the meeting point of which channels SP, Lv, yin wei mai
SI10 is the meeting point of which channel? SI, UB meridians and the Yin and Yang qiao mai
SI12 is the meeting point of which meridians? SI, SJ, LI and GB
UB1 is the meeting point of which channels? UB, SI, SJ, ST, GB, and the yin and Yang qiao mai
UB11 is the meeting point of which channels? UB, Si, Sj, GB and Du Mai
PC 1 is the meeting point of which meridians? PC, GB, LV, and SJ
GB20 is the meeting point of which meridians? GB, SJ, and Yang wei and Yang qiao mai
Needloing depth of skull,neck points UB10-.5-.8 perp, GB20- 1-1.5 Obliq inferior towards channel, DU15&16 .5-1 perp
Throat points needling depth St9 - .5-1 cun perp caution carotid artery lateral to this point, St10- .5-1 perp-medial oblique carotid is lateral, ST11-.3-.5 perp LU is deep
Throat points needling depth LI17-.3-.5 perp or .5-.8 oblq- carotid artery and jub vein, Li18--.3-.5 perp or .5-.8 oblq, SI16-.5-.8 perp, SI17-1 cun direct toward root of tongue, carotid art
Thorax points needling depth Anterior cavity/lungs for all point below St 12 .3-.5 cun along the posterior border of the clavicle. For points of the spleen, stomach and kidney meridian they lie between the ribs, Oblique to transverse needling .5-.8cun. Note that intercostal muscles
Thorax posterior needling depth GB21-.5-1 Obliq posterior, SJ15 .5-1 Obliq, SI13-.3-.5 perp or .5-1 obliq, Si14 and 15 .5-1 obliq Between ribs-.5-1 obliq, between spinous processes 1.25-1.75
Anterior abdominal needling depth above Ren12 .5-1 perp - except 15 &16 (inf. oblique) Below Ren12 1-1-5 perp
Posterior Abdominal cavity needling depth Over KD .5-1.5 obliq toward spine Sacral foramen .5-1 or 1.5-2 if attempting to needle through foramen
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