Monday, February 19, 2007



Forearm Pain

The next two points , wrist-hand 10 and wrist-hand 11 (fig 25 and 26) have an important use in acupuncture anesthesia, since these points are used in chest operations, including open heart surgery and lung resections, unbelievable as it may be. However, on one here is suggesting that such a use should be applied at this time. They are useful in wrist and forearm pain, nevertheless.



Fig. 25
Wrist-hand point 10 (triple Burner 5)
Located on the back side of the forearm three fingerbreadth from the middle of the wrist crease. See also fig. 96

The two points can be pressed simultaneously by the middle or index finger and the thumb. Straight pressure or pressure with rotation can be used. Since these points are remote from the wrist itself, in the common sprained wrist, they can be pressed described points and thus have their value enhanced.


Fig. 26
Wrist-hand point 11
(Pericardium 6)
Located on the palm side of the forearm three fingerbreadth from the middle of the wrist crease. See also fig. 51