POINTS, is one of five modules which make up Acupedia.
When you click " Points", you will see the contents page of the Module.
There are 6 categories of points.
In the Fourteen Channels and Points category, you will find a study of all T.C.M. points and their functions. All Extra points are also detailed. Points are grouped by body regions to assist the practice. Each point description is accompanied by a needling demonstration video.
Master Tung Style Acupuncture is growing in popularity and represents the best in Distal Needling Acupuncture. The Master Tung Points category details all points location and indications. Blood letting zones on the leg are shown. Points videos are also available.
Scalp acupuncture is a contemporary acupuncture method, based on the modern knowledge of Western biomedical anatomy and physiology of the brain. In Acupedia's category on Scalp Acupuncture, the treatment lines presented are those by Dr. Jiao Shun Fa.
Hijama is sometimes called wet cupping. It is a form of blood-letting using vacuum cups. In this category, all important Hijama Points are illustrated and described. Auricular or Ear Acupuncture is a popular form of micro-acupuncture. Important charts are included in this category.
The stimulation of motor points can help ease pain, increase range of motion, and strengthen the muscles. The Motor Points Index includes 128 muscle drawings clearly indicating motor point locations with acupuncture points and anatomical landmarks.
Acupedia is the ULTIMATE TOOL for learning or re-learning the acupuncture points. Acupedia is also the ULTIMATE REFERENCE for everything you need to know about any point. The points are linked to all treatment protocols found in the Therapeutics Module.
There is no easier system to practise Acupuncture than the Acupedia Way. More sample pages follow.
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