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Pero antes de estudiar o aprender una un sistema concreto, es importante conocer cual es el abanico de posibilidades desarrolladas hasta la actualidad para ubicar el sistema en contexto. Con el tiempo estas bandas fueron recibiendo nombres asociados a las funciones que afectan a nivel cerebral y nervioso. Bandas principales de la craneoacupuntura de Jiao Shunfa. Su sistema de craneoacupuntura es bastante novedoso ya que utiliza recursos de varias escuelas a la vez.

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Indications: Motor disorders of the four extremities, loss of bal- ance, occipital pain, neck stiffness, seizures, vertigo, and vomiting. Indications: Near-sightedness, cataracts, cerebellar disease, loss of balance, dizziness, lumbar stiffness, motor disorders of the lower limbs, loss of voice, and seizures. This is the symbol of Ba Gua on the scalp. Use a running needle technique insertion toward the middle point. Indications: Sensory aphasia, dizziness, tinnitus, deafness, head, neck, and upper limb motor disorders, gallbladder condi- tions, migraine headaches, gallstones, mental disorders, and sequelae of wind stroke.

Indications: Sensory aphasia, nominal aphasia, apraxia, memory disorders, maldevelopment of the brain, hysteria, insomnia, ear problems, and gallbladder conditions.

Insert 1 cun needles toward the middle point. Indications: Upper Jiao diseases, intercostal neuralgia, chest pain, allergic rhinitis, nose bleeding, vertigo, intellectual dis- turbances, schizophrenia, hysteria, neurosis, insomnia, seizures, and headaches. Indications: Middle and lower Jiao disorders, spleen, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, urinary bladder, kidney, and reproductive system disorders, as well as indications on the gallbladder, urinary bladder, and Du meridians.

Figure illustrates Ba Gua scalp acupuncture. Toshikatsu Yamamoto of Japan. He developed this scalp acupuncture system influenced by Chinese acupuncture and Chinese scalp acupuncture, as well as his own clinical experi- ences. Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture should be classified as a somatic representation or micro-system. The YNSA points are divided into the following four groups: 1. Nine basic points 2. Four sensory points 3.

Twelve ypsilon points 4. Three brain points YNSA is a fast-acting, reliable, and time-saving method. Yamamoto also used abdominal diagnosis and neck diagnosis to achieve better clinical results. YNSA Yin basic points are located mainly along the frontal hairline on the forehead on either side of the midline. All of the Yin basic points are also reflected bilaterally in the posterior scalp around the lambdoidal suture area as Yang basic points, except the basic F point.

The basic F point is located behind the ears over the mastoid process, which is only in the occipital Yang area. The basic points H and I are extra lumbar points, and they are situated in a caudally contin- uous line to the basic B and C points Figure Basic point representation areas: A. Head, cervical spine, shoulder B. Cervical spine, shoulder, shoulder joint, scapular region C.

Scapular region, shoulder joint, upper extremities D. Lumbar spine, lower extremities E. Thoracic spine, ribs, lungs, and heart F. Sciatic nerve G.

Knee H. Lumbar I. The A point is subdi- vided into A1 through A8 following a vertical line from anterior to posterior for a total length of 2 cm, with A3 at the anterior hairline. A1 is about 1. A8 is 1. Yang basic A point: At the posterior scalp area. It is also 1. Indications: Pain relief after injury or surgery, headaches, cervi- cal syndrome, whiplash, vertigo, trigeminal neuralgia, facial, neck, or shoulder neuralgia, toothache, cerebral distur- bances, and facial paralysis.

Indications: Treats all pain after injury or surgery, neck- shoulder-arm syndrome, shoulder pain due to arm fractures, and hemiplegia. The basic C point can be subdivided into nine smaller parts for a line 2. The basic C point line runs at a degree angle from the bridge of the nose to the corner of the fore- head. The basic C point represents the upper extremities followed by the upper arm, elbow, forearm, and hands. C, External occipital protuberance Ba Gua in the occipital view of the scalp.

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There are many resources for treatment of this symptom, among them: acupuncture and aquatic therapy. Sixty six individuals with chronic low back pain, of both genders were selected, however 44 individuals completed the study. The control group received the intervention only after the end of the study. Pain intensity was assessed by a visual analogue scale VAS and the functional capacity by Owestry functionality Index.

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Indications: Motor disorders of the four extremities, loss of bal- ance, occipital pain, neck stiffness, seizures, vertigo, and vomiting. Indications: Near-sightedness, cataracts, cerebellar disease, loss of balance, dizziness, lumbar stiffness, motor disorders of the lower limbs, loss of voice, and seizures. This is the symbol of Ba Gua on the scalp. Use a running needle technique insertion toward the middle point. Indications: Sensory aphasia, dizziness, tinnitus, deafness, head, neck, and upper limb motor disorders, gallbladder condi- tions, migraine headaches, gallstones, mental disorders, and sequelae of wind stroke.

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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Introduction: Acupuncture is a technique of traditional Chinese medicine TCM , used from BC, which involves inserting fine needles at specific anatomical points on the body, with the goal of producing therapeutic or analgesic effects. Objective: To assess the effect of acupuncture on the neurophysiology of pain and its mechanisms. View PDF.

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