Acupuncture III

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Acupuncture III
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2012-12-10 14:46:31
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Scalp Acupuncture
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  1.  What is the upper 1/5 of the motor area for?
    paralysis of lower limbs
  2. What is the upper 1/5 of the motor area?
    lower limb & trink
  3. Which area would you needle for paralysis of left lower leg?
    right upper 1/5 motor area
  4. The middle 2/5 motor area is the...
    Upper limb area
  5. The middle 2/5 motor area is good for?
    paralysis of the upper limb
  6. The lower 2/5 of the motor area is good for?
    upper motor neuron paealysis of the face, aphasia and speech problems
  7. The lower 2/5 of the motor area is goof for what areas of the body?
    face 
  8. Where is speech #1 located?
    lower 2/5 of the motor area
  9. Where is the motor area?
    0.5 cm posterior to the midpoint of the midline (1/2 EOP & glabella)
  10. Where is the sensory area?
    1.5 cm posterior to the motor area
  11. What body area does the upper 1/5 of the sensory area tx?
    lower limb, head & trunk
  12. The upper 1/5 of the sensory area is good for?
    low back pain, numbness, headache
  13. What body area does the middle 2/5 of the sensory area tx?
    upper limb
  14. What body area does the lower 2/5 of the sensory area tx?
    facial area
  15. The middle 2/5 of the sensory area is good for?
    pain, numbness, paralysis of upper limb
  16. The lower 2/5 of the sensory area is good for?
    migraine HA, trigeminal neuralgia, toothache
  17. Where is the leg motor & sensory area?
    Parallel w/midline, 1 cm beside midpoint, about 3 cm in length posterior
  18. The leg motor & sensory area is good for?
    paralysis, P! or numbness of lower limb, acute low back sprain, prolapsed uterus
  19. Which scalp area is good for paralysis, P! or numbness of lower limb, acute low back sprain, prolapsed uterus?
    Leg motor & sensory area
  20. Which scalp area is good for paralysis of lower limb?
    upper 1/5 motor area
  21. Which scalp area is good for paralysis of upper limb?
    middle 2/5 motor area
  22. Which scalp area is good for paralysis of face, aphasia and speech problems?
    lower 2/5 motor area
  23. Which scalp area is goof for low back pain & headache?
    upper 1/5 sensory area
  24. Which scalp area is goof for pain & numbness of upper limb?
    Middle 2/5 sensory area
  25. Which area is located 2 cm posterior to the midpoint?
    Sensory area
  26. Which scalp area is good for migraines and toothache?
    Lower 2/5 of sensory area
  27. Which scalp area is goof for P! or numbness of lower limb & acute lower back sprain?
    leg motor & sensory area
  28. These two scalp areas are good for prolapsed uterus.
    Leg motor & sensory area + reproduction area
  29. Where is leg motor & sensory area?
    1 cm lateral to the midline and 3 cm in length posterior (crossing motor & sensory areas)
  30. Where is the chorea & tremor control area?
    1.5 cm anterior to the motor line
  31. What is 1 cm anterior to the midpoint?
    Chorea & tremor control area
  32. Which scalp area is good for chorea, tremor and palsy?
    chorea & tremor control area
  33. Which scalp area is gooe for posterior strock motor paralysis and stiff tongue?
    speech #1 area, which is also the lower 2/5 of motor area
  34. Which scalp area is good for nominal aphasia?
    speech #2 area
  35. Which scalp area is good for receptive aphasia?
    Speech #3 area
  36. Where is blood vessel dilation & contriction area?
    1.5 cm anterior to chorea & tremor control area (2.5 cm from midpt)
  37. Which scalp area is good for superficial edema?
    blood vessel dilation & constriction area
  38. Blood vessel dilation & constriction area is good for?
    blood vessel dilation & constriction area
  39. Which scalp area is good for tinnitus, vertigo & Menirer's syndrome?
    Vertigo & hearing area
  40. Where is vertigo & hearing area?
    1.5 cm above & central to ear apex (2cm forth & 2 cm back = 4 cm total)
  41. Where is speech #2?
    vertical line 2cm besides the tuber parietal on back of head, 3 cm in length
  42. Where is speech #3?
    overlaps vertigo & hearing area starting from midpt and going posterior 3cm
  43. Where is the voluntary movement area?
    Starting from the tuber parietal, 3 lines 3 cm in length (inferior, anterior and posterior) making a 40 deg angle
  44. Which scalp area is good for apraxia?
    Voluntary movement area
  45. What is voluntary movement good for?
    apraxia (unable to perform tasks or movements, even though they understand)
  46. Where is vision area?
    1 cm lateral to EOP, parallel to midline, 4 cm in length going anterior upward
  47. Which scalp area is good for cortical blindness?
    vision area
  48. Where is balance area?
    3 cm lateral to EOP, parallel to midline, 4 cm posterior and downward
  49. Which scalp area is good for loss of balance due to cerebellar disorders?
    Balance area
  50. This area is located beginning of anterior hairline above the pupil parallel to midline 2 cm posterior back.
    ST area
  51. Which scalp area is good for discomfort of upper abdomen?
    ST area
  52. Where is ST area?
    Beginning of anterior hairline above the pupil parallel to midline 2 cm posterior back.
  53. Which line is 2.5 cm from midpoint?
    Blood vessel dilation and constriction area
  54. Which area is 2 cm from midpt?
    sensory area
  55. Which are 1.5 cm from motor line?
    • chorea & tremor control area (anterior)
    • sensory area (posterior)
  56. Where is LV/GB area?
    2 cm in length extending anterior to ST area
  57. Which area is good for chronic hepatitis and pain in upper right quadrant?
    LV/GB area
  58. Where is the thoracic cavity area?
    1/2 way between ST area and midline going 2 cm posterior
  59. Which area is good for asthma, chest p! & tachycardia?
    thoracic cavity area
  60. Where is the reproduction area?
    lateral to the ST area, equal distance between ST and thoracic cavity area, 2 cm in length posterior
  61. Which gauge needles are used in scalp acupuncture?
    26-28 gauge
  62. How long are the needles?
    2.5-3 in long
  63. How do you insert the needles?
    superficially or horizontally
  64. How do you stimulate the needles?
    • 200X/minute for 3-4 minutes (rotations)
    • Then, leave in place for 5-10 minutes and
    • Then, stimulate again 2-3 more times until qi sensation acquired
  65. What is the type of sensation?
    hot or tingling on area trying to reach (limbs, face, etc)
  66. Info:
    • Make sure area is clean
    • Must know the precise location
    • Stimlation should b strong & intense
    • Make sure patient is laying down

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