Experience on Painful Bi Treated with Chinese Herbs Combining with Acupuncture and Tuina Therapy (Part II)Posted by: admin on Jun 02, 2009 - 06:15 AM
1. Sequelae of wind stroke: the Acupuncture, cupping, Tuina and hot compress, etc. therapy can refer to the treatment of painful Bi due to strain above, and better effects can be received by scalp electro-acupuncture with 2-3 groups acupoints on contralateral side of affect hand, foot and language reflecting region. Puncturing on Extra Xidai, Jinjin (Ex-HN12), Yuye (Ex-HN13), Lianquan (CV23) (Lianquan (CV23)) for tongue stiffness, and withdrawing it after lifting and thrusting, 1-2 times a day; the patients are encouraged to speak, move the tongue and mouth. Patients get damage of qi, blood, brain marrow, kidney yin and original qi, and obstruction of meridians by stasis; for this case, modified Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang combining with Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan are decocted for oral oral administration.
2. Sha Syndrome: the main manifestations: dizziness, fatigue, weakness of four limbs, sore, distention and heaviness of neck, shoulder and lumbus, oppression of chest, poor appetite, vomiting, or abdominal pain, abdominal distention, loose stool, pale tongue with white and stick or yellow and stick coating, rolling pulse. Lingering disease courses for years and years. Selecting Xuanji (CV21) (Xuanji (CV21)), both Zhongfu (LU1) (Zhongfu (LU1)) and Danzhong (CV17) Front-Mu Point of the Pericardium (Danzhong (CV17) Front-Mu Point of the Pericardium) at front side, acupoints on the Bladder meridian and the Governer Vessel at neck, shoulder, back and lumbus. Applying bleeding cupping and then Tuina therapy with essential balm. Modified Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San combining with Si Miao San is decocted for oral administration.
Key words: Chinese herbs, acupuncture, tuina, painful Bi
Writer: Fuqiang Tan