This Area Reflects

This Area is Treated By

This Area Treats


weak glands, weak immunity

Immune Points (T.I.10,11)

immune issues (needle + moxa)

C3 right


Liver Heart

Liv4, left ST27, right Liv14 rapid pulse – Ren4
slow pulse – U.B.27


structural imbalance

T5 (or above)
sacro-iliac, G.B.26, Yao Yan

Trapezius (at cervicals)

check one-sided symptoms

opposite ~S.J.8 + G.B.40 same side G.B.26

ST9, L.I.18


Kid3 + LU4 or S.J.4 hypothyroid:

– L2, T11, T7, T5, T1 hyperthyroid :

– if Kid2 is painful – Kid7, 10


check for one-sided symptoms reflects ANS imbalance sphincter issues

in all cases treat:
opposite ~S.J.8 + G.B.40
if rapid pulse – S.J.5 + G.B.41 if slow pulse – use S.J.3

Scalenes (ST11, 12)

Spleen (with muscle pain) brachio-radial plexus (arm pain)

SP3.2 (add Stomach Qi) for muscle pain –

add Nagano ST22 (Odi) SP3.2 + LU7 (also Ren12)



with DU20 (+ Pachi): face, sinus, eyes


Ren3, 2 (bladder)


inguinal (viscero-ptosis)

Always treat the neck and shoulders before the hands, feet, wrists, or ankles.

Use distal areas to treat the cervical spine first.

GB20 reflects oketsu (especially on the right side), lymph, and ear.

  • Treat with LV4, LU5, LV13, SP5, SP9

GB20-C2 huatuo region can be very hard and painful with trigger points that are almost as hard as the bone.  Called ‘jya-kutsu’ ‘evil bone’.

  • Treat with Shaoyang treatment

C3-C4 relates to ear and eye problems.  With T4 pressure pain reflects eye strain.  Can show a history of ear problems, possible even very old patterns.

On the right indicates Liver

  • Treat LV1

On the left indicates Spleen

  • Treat SP1

Whole occipital region reflects basilary or cervical artery insufficiency.

REN22 can treat frequent urination or urge to urinate.  Feel for a spot that relieves urge while pressing over bladder (REN3 area).  Use a tack or intradermal needle.