Area This Area Reflects This Area is Treated By This Area Treats

T1

treats tail bone injury

T2 – T6

Shen (on the Du)

opens up ANS (especially T5)

T2 – right

G.B.

G.B.

T3 – T6

for breast issues –
treat any area that feels weird

T3 – T5

treat for neck (esp. C3) also treats face

T3

top of head (if bumped)

T4

eyes (especially tears)

T3 – T5 – left

Heart

Heart

T5

Shen

HT7

T10 – right

G.B.

G.B.

T11, T12

Sugar

Sugar
midback spasms/pain

L1

inguinal

L2

ears
hormonal issues with heavy menses

L3

hip joint, G.B. channel

L4-L5-S1

pelvic shift

sacro-iliac joint SP9, or Kidney G.B.26

G.B.21 (top)

Wood Invading Earth

SP9

G.B.21 (behind)

ST5, 6, 7

TMJ (ST5, 6, 7)

U.B.11

bones in face/head, teeth, TMJ

S.I.13

Pituitary

bladder
tight paraspinals (in hormonal type)

Under Scapular Spine

Lungs/Immunity

S.I.11

breast

S.I.11 (right)

G.B.

G.B.

S.I.11 (left)

Heart

U.B.27, Under-2nd-Toe

moxa for cardiac patients

S.I.9, S.I.10 area

Blood Pressure

blood pressure
Shoulder pain
U.B.13-16, U.B.42-45 area

U.B.13-15, 42-45

if both sides – Lungs
if left – Heart (cardiac)

S.J.1, 2, S.I.9, 10
then needle/moxa gummy areas S.I.9, 10
T5
U.B.27 (slow pulse)
Under 3rd Toe (rapid pulse) then needle/moxa gummy areas

needle and moxa any areas that are left after releasing via remote points – for Lung and Heart conditions

UB43

Liver (especially on right), possibly thyroid or fat metabolism probelm

LV1

UB17

Stagnant Blood

UB35 (left is more important)

Stagnant Blood

Asthma Shu

Asthma, Insomnia, ANS disorders

UB17, 18 (right)

Liver left UB35 needle after releasing via UB35

Mid-back UB20-21

Sugar/Spleen SP3.2/SP4

Sugar Points (T11-T12)

Hamstrings

Quadratus Lumborum

Kidney Deficiency Huakaya LU10 (moxa)

Under Iliac Crest

Immunity Immune (TI10-11)

SJ16

UB27

Cardiac with slow pulse

UB32

Hormonal issues with light menses important in slow pulse type

Piriformis

Tightness may relate to infertility Huakaya GB31

 

T1-T2 relates to the neck and face.

C7-T2 relates to lymphatic drainage.Orientation

DU14 is treated with moxa for external evil wind invasions.  This is also the location of the thoracic duct, and has a tendency to increase oxygen and lymph flow, which sometimes causes dizziness for the patient.

T2-T4 relates to the facial nerve and treats forgetfulness.  It is also a useful area for diagnosis and treatment of paralysis, bell’s palsy, and herpes zoster that affects the facial nerve.

T3-T4 relates to eye disorders, especially eye pain and strain.

T3-T5, especially on the left, relates to the cardaic reflex.  When this area is sensitive, check the cardiac reflex points.  This area is often indicated when shoulder pain on the left side is chronic and doesn’t resolve fully, and worsens with exertion like walking up stairs.

T5 is the spinal pivot.  It reflects imbalance of upper and lower, and treats dizziness, balance problems, inner ear issues such as Meniere’s. This huatuojiaji point requires stronger stimulation than most.  T5 is called ‘big heart’ and L2 is called ‘small heart’ or ‘mingmen’.  These two areas are indicated in pain that relates to movement and alignment.

T5-T6 on the left reflects stomach problems.

T5-T7 huatuojiaji points are useful to treat neck and shoulder pain that is stress-related.  In this case, you will find tight, rubbery points in the area, which should be treated with cross fiber and needle-head moxa to help release the neck and shoulder.

T6-T7 reflect any intestinal problems.

T6 on the right reflects oketsu.

T6-T9 on the right reflects liver disorders.

T7-T8 relates to the diaphragm.

 

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