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LÌ GĀN JIÀN YǏNG (立竿見影)

6

Who was Master Tung?

8

Tung’s Acupuncture Principles

11

Mirrors and Images

12

Holographic Theory

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Tung’s Acupuncture Techniques

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Zone Distribution

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Top Points

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.org/licenses/by/4. All images were created by myself and this e-book has no copyrighted material in it.. like myself. share. and from this point.0 International License. Also. Its content is based on my own studies and very basic understanding of the system. since English is not my native language. It is meant to serve as a starting point to all those who. would like to search for further study resources. This e-book is FREE.0/ 4 . I apologize in advance for any grammatical and spelling errors in the e-book. copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format. Everyone can download. http://creativecommons.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE About this e-book This book is not meant to be a reference text on Tung’s Acupuncture. are new to the system.

TRUE LEARNING IS COMPLETE ONLY WHEN ACTION HAS BEEN PUT FORTH”. WÉN ZHĪ BÙ RUÒ JIÀN ZHĪ. XUÉ ZHÌYÚ XÍNG ZHĪ ÉR ZHǏ YǏ. “NOT HAVING HEARD IS NOT AS GOOD AS HAVING HEARD. KNOWING IS NOT AS GOOD AS PUTTING INTO ACTION. HAVING HEARD IS NOT AS GOOD AS HAVING SEEN. ZHĪZHĪ BÙ RUÒ XÍNG ZHĪ. – CONFUCIUS. – KǑNG FŪ ZǏ.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 不闻不若闻之, 闻之不若见之, 见之不若知之, 知之不若行之; 学至于行之而止矣。 – 孔夫子。 BÙ WÉN BÙ RUÒ WÉN ZHĪ. JIÀN ZHĪ BÙ RUÒ ZHĪZHĪ. 5 . HAVING SEEN IS NOT AS GOOD AS KNOWING.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE LÌ GĀN JIÀN YǏNG (立竿見影) is a Chinese expression that is very appropriate for Tung’s Acupuncture. you should get “immediate results”. That’s how acupuncture should work. 6 . It can be translated as “Stand a pole under the Sun and immediately see its shadow”. In other words.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Master Tung 董 7 .

exclusively passed down within the family. Tung’s acupuncture is well known for its unique set of points.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Who was Master Tung? Master Tung Ching–Chang (董景昌大師. DǑNG JǏNG CHĀNG DÀSHĪ) was born in 1915 in the Shandong (山東. The Tung’s family orthodox acupuncture is based on many generations of Tung’s family teachings. over 50 years ago. There are hundreds of Tung’s unique acupuncture points distributed mostly on the extremities of the body. Tung’s Acupuncture was a secret tradition. Tung’s acupuncture is based 8 . SHĀNDŌNG) Province in Northern China. unique points and needling techniques. Master Tung Ching-Chang broke this tradition and accepted his first disciple outside the family. being a complete system that includes its own channels.

WǓ​ XÍNG) and the five zang (五 脏. Tung or Dong? Master Tung is sometimes called Master Dong.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE on a five zang (and six fu) channel system. many people prefer to use Tung as the name was originally translated and also as Master Tung himself preferred. Each point has its own pathway which directly connects to the five zang and six fu. Tung’s acupuncture is a complete acupuncture tradition that predates the traditional 14 channels system. WǓ​ ZÀNG) channels. before the pinyin (拼 音. And also. The reason for this is because Master Tung originally took the Wade-Giles romanization system of his surname “董”. PĪNYĪN) system became popular. Though pinyin is the prefered romanization system now. different from the traditional 14 channels of acupuncture. The origin and principle of each of Master Tung’s points follow the law of the five elements (五行五行. 9 . Tung.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Principles 10 .

11 . If the patient has a defiiciency. Needles are never inserted at the site of pain or injury. For chronic conditions.) or terminology adopted by the TCM acupuncture. energy will be pushed toward it. • Distal treatment – the most distal the better. energy will be pulled from it. Tung style acupuncture does not need the use of the diagnostic methods (pulse. Tung’s acupuncture is very safe since most of its points are located on the body’s extremities.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Tung’s Acupuncture Principles • Local areas never needled. • Contralateral needling for pain or structural problems. • Bilateral needling for treating organ systems. bilateral. In case of an excess. • Fewer needles. tongue etc.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Mirrors and Images 12 .

contralateral insertion of pricking the upper part to cure the lower disease. there are 12 large joints of the limbs.” “Diverse pricking to the right side or to the left. in man.” 内經.” “When one understands the principles of the 12 joints. there are Yin and Yang. a sage will never surpass him. NÈI JĪNG. and pricking the left side to cure the right. 13 .STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE “Man corresponds with nature: In heaven.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Top treats bottom Back treats front Front treats back Bottom treats top 14 .

and also treats the right foot/leg and the left hand/arm. 15 . The left foot/leg treats the right hand/arm. Top treats bottom Bottom treats top The feet treat the head and viceversa. and also treats the left hand/arm and the right foot/leg.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Right treats left Left treats right The right hand/ arm treats the left foot/leg.

16 .18 (駟馬上. two very commonly used points. since they can treat the whole body. are among those.” from holos “whole” + graphos “written”).STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Holographic Theory The word “holographic” comes from the Greek “holographos” (literally “written in full.19 (駟馬下. An important example of holography in Tung’s acupuncture is the second metacarpal bone. LÍNG GǓ (靈骨) and DÀ BÁI (大白). Korean hand acupuncture (Koryo Sooji Chim) are examples of holographic systems. Ear and abdominal acupuncture. such as the set of points 88.17 (駟馬中. SÌ MǍ ZHŌNG). The Holographic Theory in acupuncture states that a small part of the body can treat larger areas of the body. There are four points on the lateral side of the bone that can treat a large area of the body. In Tung’s acupuncture there are many other examples. 88. SÌ MǍ SHÀNG) and 88. SÌ MǍ XIÀ) which can also be used to treat a larger area of the body.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE FACE UPPER JIĀO MIDDLE JIĀO LOWER JIĀO Second metacarpal bone hologram 17 .

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Techniques 18 .

when you needle the point. HUǑ YǏNG) can be used. ask the patient to move his jaw.03 (火硬. By the way. For example. 19 . here is an example of “feet treating head” or “bottom treating top”. So. or do it for him if he is unable to do so. the point 66.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Tung’s Acupuncture Techniques Qi moving (動氣. the body will know what you are trying to accomplish and the Qi will be directed to the affected area. always ask the patient to move that area. DÒNG​QÌ) technique When inserting a needle to treat an injured area.. This way. if the patient has TMJ pain (Temporomandibular Joint).

meaning that these Dao Ma groups are always needled in combination rather than as single points.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Dao Ma (倒馬. They are always needled together. these points are usually closer. For example. most commonly arranged in a vertical line or along a channel. to increase needle stimulation. technique uses two or three points combined. The goal is to achieve more effective and immediate results when needling points distal to the area of disease. In fact many of Tung’s unique points are arranged in two or three point sets. 20 . less than one cun apart.04 (大白. LÍNG GǓ) are a very common Dao Ma combination.05 (靈骨. DÀ BÁI) and 22. the points 22. usually no more than two or three cun apart. sometimes a few fen apart. On the hands and fingers. These points are located relatively close to each other. DÀO MǍ). DÀO MǍ) technique The Dao Ma (倒馬. translated as ‘inverted horse’.

young/old). point 66. For example. It is important to note that the retention of the needles also depend on personal (strong/weak. ZHÈNG ZŌNG) are located on the achilles tendon and in imaging and holography 21 . is needled close to the joint to treat knee pain. morning/evening) conditions and individual point properties. in general. treat muscles and tendons: Points 77. Considering that 1 day has 24 hours (1440 minutes). the energies Wei Qi (衛氣. 30–45 minutes is an adequate period of time.01 (正筋. • In diseases of the muscles and tendons. after the last needle is inserted. HUǑ ZHǓ). disease (deep/superficial. ZHÈNG JĪN) and 77. treat bones: needle close to a joint or the junction of multiple bones in order to treat joint or bone issues. cycle 50 times through the body during a 1-day period. HUÁNG​DÌ​NÈI​JĪNG LÍNG SHŪ). WÈI QÌ) and Ying Qi (營氣. Tissue Type Correspondence There are five types of Tissue Correspondence in the Huang Di Nei Jing. each energy cycle takes approximately 28 minutes to complete. seasonal (warm/cold. These relationships are part of the holographic theory: • In diseases of the bones.02 (正宗. So. chronic/acute). they should be left in for at least 30 minutes.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE How long should the needles stay in? According to the Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu (黃帝內經靈樞. YÍNG QÌ).04 (火主.

flank pain. and blood circulation issues. such as atrophy. treat vessels: Points 44. 88. 44. TIĀN ZŌNG) – not present in this edition – are located near the radial artery.19 (駟馬下.08 (人宗. They can treat disorders of the Heart. RÉN ZŌNG). where the points 88. treat flesh: In this correspondence.09 (地宗. This can be used to treat neuropathy. such as in the upper thigh. treat skin: Here. it only affects the skin level and not the muscle or flesh levels. In five-element theory. upper back pain etc. SÌ MǍ ZHŌNG).17 (駟馬中. DÌ ZŌNG) and 44. SÌ MǍ SHÀNG) and 88.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE are therefore used to treat lumbar sprain and neck muscle stiffness. atherosclerosis. 22 . By needling superficially. • In diseases of the vessels. you can needle very superficially.18 (駟馬上. treating the flesh level can be used to generate metal (related to the lungs) and influence the skin level as well. needle in locations of abundant flesh.10 (天宗. These points can be used to treat flesh problems in the body. dermatitis and loss of hair. • In diseases of the flesh. • In diseases of the skin. SÌ MǍ XIÀ) are located.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Zones Distribution 23 .

For example. all the way to zone 1010 (tenten). the third point on the dorsum of the foot. This means that zone 1 becomes 11 (not ‘eleven’. and so on. zone 2 is the dorsum and palm of the hands. when the points numbers are setup.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Zones Distribution There is a numbering convention created for nonChinese speakers which helps locating the area in which the point is. The sequence is related to the order in which the points were presented in Tung’s original 1973 book. 24 ZONE 11 Fingers ZONE 22 Dorsum and palm of the hands ZONE 33 Forearms ZONE 44 Upper arms ZONE 55 Plant of the feet ZONE 66 Dorsum of the feet ZONE 77 Legs ZONE 88 Thighs ZONE 99 Ears ZONE 1010 Head . point DÀ BÁI (大白) is numbered 22. Zone 1 is the fingers.04. Point HUǑ YǏNGǔ (火主火主) is 66. but ‘one-one’). Traditionally. zone 2 becomes 22 (two-two).03. “Tung’s Regular Meridian and Points”. the zone number is “doubled”. zone 3 is the forearms. meaning it is the fourth point on the hand.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 1010 99 HEAD EARS 44 33 UPPER ARMS FOREARMS 22 HANDS 11 88 FINGERS THIGHS 55 77 PLANTAR FEET LEGS 66 DORSAL FEET 25 .

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 师傅领进门,修行在个人。 SHĪFU LǏNG JÌN MÉN .” 26 . XIŪXÍNG ZÀI GÈRÉN . “TEACHERS OPEN THE DOORS. YOU ENTER BY YOURSELF.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Top Points 27 .

02 55.01 JĪN 正筋 ZHÈNG CORRECT TENDON 77.06 中白 ZHŌNG BÁI MIDDLE WHITE 77.22 側三里 77.17 MÙ XUÉ 木穴 WOOD POINT 66.23 側下三里 CÈ XIÀ SĀN LǏ HUǑ SHĀN 火山 FIRE MOUNTAIN 88.01 CHÓNG ZǏ 重子 DOUBLE CHILD CHÓNG XIĀN 重仙 DOUBLE IMMORTAL 77.05 ZHÒNG 三重 SĀN THIRD WEIGHT 22.05 ZHĪ 後枝 HÒU BACK BRANCH 88.07 XIÀ BÁI 下白 BELOW WHITE TIĀN HUÁNG FÙ 天皇副 HEAVEN EMPEROR 77.01 28 SHÙN YĪ 腕順一 WÀN WRIST SMOOTH ONE THREE WEIGHTS WEALTH TOP BELOW FOUR HORSES FOUR HORSES TO UNTIE THREE OPENINGS THREE .02 GǓ YĪ 花骨一 HUĀ FLOWER BONE ONE A.07 22.04 GǓ SĀN 花骨三 HUĀ FLOWER BONE THREE SĀN CHĀ YĪ 三叉一 THREE OPENINGS ONE A.27 WǓ HǓ 五虎 FIVE TIGERS 77.15 TIĀN SHÌ 天士 HEAVEN SCHOLAR 88.03 YǏNG 火硬 HUǑ FIRE HARDNESS 11.06 DI HUÁNG RÉN HUÁNG THREE EMPERORS CÈ SĀN LǏ 77.18 22.03 55.04 ZHÒNG 二重 ÈR SECOND WEIGHT LÍNG GǓ 靈骨 SPIRIT BONE 77.09 SHÙN ÈR 腕順二 WÀN WRIST SMOOTH TWO 33.04 HUǑ CHUÀN 火串 FIRE BUNCH 33.05 22.24 FÙ KĒ 婦科 WOMAN SPECIALTY 11.04 ZHǓ 火主 HUǑ FIRE GOVERNOR 11.19 駟馬下 SÌ MǍ XIÀ THREE SCHOLARS BESIDE THREE MILES BESIDE AND BELOW THREE MILES PENETRATIING HEAVEN 44.04 三叉三 SĀN CHĀ SĀN 44.14 DÌ SHÌ 地士 EARTH SCHOLAR TŌNG SHĀN 通山 PENETRATIING MOUNTAIN 88.17 SÌ MǍ ZHŌNG 駟馬中 MIDDLE FOUR HORSES 88.13 RÉN SHÌ 人士 HUMAN SCHOLAR TŌNG GUĀN 通關 PENETRATIING GATE 88.06 HUÁN CHÁO 還巢 RETURN TO NEST 66.02 33.02 ZHÒNG 一重 YĪ FIRST WEIGHT DÀ BÁI 大白 GREAT WHITE 77.02 ZŌNG 正宗 ZHÈNG CORRECT ANCESTOR 22.05 HUǑ LÍNG 火陵 FIRE MOUND 33.06 22.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE Top points 11.04 JĪN 分金 FĒN DIVIDING METAL 富頂 FÙ DǏNG 44.08 22.01 33.19 地皇 EARTH EMPEROR 77.03 通天 TŌNG TIĀN 33.21 人皇 HUMAN EMPEROR 22.05 GǓ SÌ 花骨四 HUĀ FLOWER BONE FOUR SĀN CHĀ ÈR 三叉二 THREE OPENINGS TWO A.28 解 JIĚ 55.18 SÌ MǍ SHÀNG 駟馬上 UPPER FOUR HORSES 88.

02 77.21 THREE EMPERORS 11.18 11.01 22.28 77.04 22.06 22.01 88.13 33.03 33.04 33.03 A.04 44.05 66.22 55.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE A.04 22.24 22.09 33.19 88.19 FOUR HORSES 77.02 THREE SCHOLARS 77.05 44.06 88.06 22.05 33.07 THREE WEIGHTS 29 .05 77.04 77.18 11.07 11.14 88.17 88.05 22.17 88.08 22.23 55.01 77.04 77.01 33.02 44.15 88.06 66.03 77.02 A.27 55.02 77.

• Frequent urination.24 – 婦科 FÙ KĒ on the opposite hand ESPECIALLY EFFECTIVE FOR INFERTILITY Manipulation At the midpoint of the middle phalanx of the ring finger where the skin changes tone from “lighter to darker”. Location RETURN TO NEST Combine with 11. to the ulnar side. • Calms the fetus. • Irregular menstruation. LOCATED ON THE SAN JIAO CHANNEL 11. • Leukorrhea with reddish discharge. 1 FEN = 0.06 還巢 ON BOTH IS NEEDLING ANEOUSLY LT U IM S S D HAN ICATED CONTRAIND Indications • Uterine pain.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 11.1 CUN .06 2 1/ 30 HUÁN CHÁO 2 1/ Needle 1–3 fen in depth.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 木穴 11. the points are located at the distances 1/3 and 2/3. establish a line 4 fen to the ulnar side. • Great point for people who get easily angered and have a short temper.5–1 fen in depth. Manipulation Needle 0. Divide this line in three parts.17 MÙ XUÉ WOOD POINT STOPS R IMMEDI UNNING NOSE Indications ATELY FO C • Liver fire effulgence.17 31 . 1/3 1/3 1/3 MEDIAN LINE 11. OMMON COLD R ! • Common cold. Reaction area of the liver This is a 2 point unit! Location On the proximal phalanx of the index finger. from the median line.

24 婦科 VERY EFFECTIV E POINT FOR FEMALE DIS EASES! FÙ KĒ WOMAN’S SPECIALTY Indications Combine with 11. Both points simultaneously. Reaction area of the uterus This is a 2 point unit Location On the proximal phalanx of the thumb. Divide the phalanx in three parts. the points are located at the distances 1/3 and 2/3. • Irregular menstruation. Manipulation Needle 2 fen in depth. • Lower abdominal distension.06 – 還巢 HUÁN CHÁO on the opposite hand • Uterine pain.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 11.24 32 . at the “lighter/darker” division line to the ulnar side. • Excessive or scanty menstruation. • Menstrual pain. 3 1/ 3 1/ 3 1/ 11.

HEADACHE WU HU 3 . • Hand pain. IS REPRESENTED IN THIS AREA. • Swollen joints and bones. 3/6. • Foot pain. the points are located at the distances 1/6. WU HU 4 .TOE PAIN AND HEADACHE Indications • Head pain. THIS IS A GREAT HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGE EXAMPLE. 2/6. DO NOT NEEDLE ALL 5 POINTS AT THE SAME TIME.27 WU HU 1 . TENOSYNOVITIS.ANKLE AND DORSUM OF FOOT PAIN WU HU 5 . ARTHRITIS.FINGER PAIN. WU HU 1 WU HU 2 WU HU 3 WU HU 4 WU HU 5 WǓ HǓ FIVE TIGERS Reaction area of the spleen This is a 5 point unit Location WU HU 2 SERVES AS A DAO MA POINT FOR WU HU 1 AND WU HU 3! 五虎 Divide in 6 equal parts 11.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 11. 4/6 and 5/6.HEEL PAIN ON THE LUNG CHANNEL On the proximal phalanx of the thumb.27 Manipulation Needle 2 fen in depth. FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. 33 . Divide the phalanx in six parts. WHERE THE WHOLE BODY. NEEDLE ACCORDING TO THE SYMPTOMS. at the “lighter/darker” division line to the radial side.

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重子

22.01

CHÓNG ZǏ
DOUBLE CHILD

Indications
• Upper back, shoulder and scapular
pain;
FECTIVE
• Common cold. ESPECIALLY EF
FOR PNEUMONIA.

Location

Manipulation

On the palmar surface of the
hand, find the thenar eminence
and measure 1 cun proximal from
the skin fold between the first and
second metacarpals.

22.01

34

Combine with
22.02 – 重仙 CHÓNG XIĀN

22.02

Needle 3–5 fen in depth.

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重仙

22.02

CHÓNG XIĀN
DOUBLE IMMORTAL

Indications

Combine with
22.01 – 重子 CHÓNG ZǏ

• Same as 22.01;
• Fever;
• Heart palpitations;
• Knee pain;
• Plantar fasciitis.

VERY EFFECTIVE
FOR SHOULDER AND
SCAPULAR PAIN!

Location

Manipulation

On the palmar surface of the hand,
on the joint between the first and
second metacarpals.

22.01

Needle 3–5 fen in depth.

22.02

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大白

22.04

DÀ BÁI

GREAT WHITE

Indications
• Sciatic pain;
• Childhood asthma.

THIS COMBINATION
TREATS MANY DISEASES
BY SUPPLEMENTING QI

BLEEDING IS VERY
EFFECTIVE FOR
HIGH FEVER

Combine with
22.05 – 靈骨 LÍNG GǓ
Reaction area
of the lungs

Location
When a loose fist is
made, this point is on
the radial side of the
index finger, in the
depression proximal
to the metacarpophalangeal joint. Insert
the needle just above
the tendon toward the
palm of the hand.
Located at LI3 (三間,
SĀN JIĀN).

Needling is forbiden in
pregnant women.

Manipulation
Needle 5 fen in depth.

22.04

LI4
22.05

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• Lower limb and low back pain.04 LI4 22. Indications • Sciatic pain.05 37 . At the joint of the first and second metacarpals on the dorsal surface of the hand.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 靈骨 22.05 LÍNG GǓ SPIRIT BONE THE TWO POINTS TREAT DISEASES OF ALL THE 5 ZANG IN GENERAL. • Intestinal pain. Combine with 22. Slightly proximal to LI4 (合谷. • Migraine. • Menstrual pain and irregularity. 22.04 – 大白 DÀ BÁI Reaction area of the lungs Location Needling is forbiden in pregnant women. HÉ GǓ). Manipulation Needle 1 cun in depth. • Tinnitus and dizziness.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 中白 22.07 – 下白 XIÀ BÁI Reaction area of the kidneys Location When the patient’s hand is folded into a fist.07 38 . Manipulation Needle 3–5 fen in depth. the point is located on the dorsum of the hand. 22. • Sciatic pain.06 22. • Vision problems. 5 fen proximal to the web between the fourth and fifth metacarpals. ALSO VERY EFFECTIVE FOR ACUTE LUMBAR SPRAIN AND CHRONIC LOWER BACK PAIN Combine with 22.06 ZHŌNG BÁI MIDDLE WHITE Indications INDICATED IN HYPERTENSION AND FRONTAL HEADACHE • Dizziness. • Swelling and edema of the limbs.

07 39 .06 22. VERY GOOD IN STRENGTHENING THE KIDNEYS Combine with 22.06. 22.06.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 下白 22.07 XIÀ BÁI BELOW WHITE Indications • Same as 22.06 – 中白 ZHŌNG BÁI Reaction area of the kidneys and liver Location 1 cun proximal to 22. Manipulation Needle 1 cun in depth.

TREATS THE KIDNEYS FOR MANY KINDS OF DISEASES DUE TO KIDNEY DEFICIENCY.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 腕順一 22.08 WÀN SHÙN YĪ WRIST SMOOTH ONE Indications Reaction area of the kidneys • Tinnitus. HÒU XĪ). • Sciatic pain. • Back and lower back pain. Located at SI3 (後谿.5 cun distal to the wrist joint on the lateral edge of the hand. Location 2. 22. .08 22.09 40 Manipulation Needle 2–4 fen in depth.

• Nosebleed.08 Reaction area of the kidneys Location 1 cun proximal to 22.5 cun distal to the wrist joint..08 and 1. 22.08 22.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 腕順二 22. CAN BE COMBINED WITH 22.09 WÀN SHÙN ÈR WRIST SMOOTH TWO Indications • Same as 22.09 41 .08. Manipulation Needle 2–4 fen in depth.

33. Located at SJ6 (支溝.04 42 .06 33. • Forearm and rib pain.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 火串 33. and 33.06 – 火山 HUǑ SHĀN Reaction area of the heart and lungs Location 3 cun above the middle of the wrist joint on the dorsal surface of the forearm.05 33. • Heart palpitations.04 HUǑ CHUÀN FIRE BUNCH Indications ON EXCELLENT EFFECT CONSTIPATION Combine with 33. LOCATED ON THE SAN JIAO CHANNEL Manipulation Needle 1 cun in depth. ZHĪ GŌU).05 – 火陵 HUǑ LÍNG • Constipation.

and 33.04 43 .04.05 33.05 HUǑ LÍNG FIRE MOUND Indications Combine with 33.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 火陵 33. 33. • Hand spasm. Manipulation Needle 1 cun in depth.06 33.06 – 火山 HUǑ SHĀN Reaction area of the heart Location 2 cun proximal to 33.04 – 火串 HUǑ CHUÀN • Chest pain with feeling of oppression.

and 33.06 HUǑ SHĀN FIRE MOUNTAIN Indications Combine with 33.05 – 火陵 HUǑ LÍNG Reaction area of the heart Location 1.04 – 火串 HUǑ CHUÀN • Same as 33.04 44 . 33.05.05.06 33.5 cun proximal to 33.05 33.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 火山 33. Manipulation Needle 1 cun in depth.

14 – 地士 DÌ SHÌ and 33.15 33. Manipulation Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.13 4 cun 45 . • Pain in the shoulders and upper back. • Pain in the palm of the hands and fingers. the point is on the medial side of the radius. 4 cun proximal to the wrist crease. LOCATED ON THE LUNG CHANNEL 33. NEEDLE DEEPER (1 CUN) FOR HEART PAIN AND HEART PALPITATIONS.15 – 天士 TIĀN SHÌ Reaction area of the heart and lungs Location With the palm facing up.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 人士 THREE SCHOLARS 33.14 33. Combine with 33.13 RÉN​SHÌ HUMAN SCHOLAR Indications • Asthma.

HEADACHE AND KIDNEY DEFICIENCY.13 3 cun 46 .15 33.14 33.13 – 人士 RÉN​SHÌ and 33. 33.13.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 地士 THREE SCHOLARS 33. WHEN NEEDLED DEEPER. • Headache. • Common Cold. COLD.14 DÌ SHÌ EARTH SCHOLAR Indications • Asthma. • Rhinitis.15 – 天士 TIĀN SHÌ Reaction area of the heart and lungs Location 3 cun proximal to 33. LOCATED ON THE LUNG CHANNEL Manipulation Needle 1 – 1. • Dyspnea. TREATS HEART DISEASES Combine with 33. TREATS ASTHMA. GOOD FOR TREATING RESPIRATORY DISEASES WHEN NEEDLED SUPERFICIALLY.5 cun in depth.

15 33.5 cun in depth.14 33.13 – 人士 RÉN​SHÌ and 33.13 3 cun 47 . TONIFYING LUNGS AND KIDNEYS Combine with 33. • Common cold. LOCATED ON THE LUNG CHANNEL Manipulation Needle 1 – 1.14 – 地士 DÌ SHÌ Reaction area of the heart and lungs Location 3 cun proximal to 33.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 天士 THREE SCHOLARS 33.14. • Upper arm pain.15 TIĀN SHÌ HEAVEN SCHOLAR Indications GOOD FOR TREATING RESPIRATORY DISEASES • Asthma. • Rhinitis. 33. • Chest pain. FOR TREATING ASTHMA. ALSO COMBINE WITH 22.05.

• Rhinitis and laryngitis. LOCATED ON THE LUNG CHA NNEL .01 48 Manipulation Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.5 cun longitudinally above the elbow joint along the anterior lateral aspect of the ventral surface of the upper arm. 44. IVE MOST EFFECT IS! FOR LARYNGIT Location 1.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 分金 44.01 FĒN JĪN DIVIDING METAL Indications Reaction area of the lungs and heart • Common cold.

05 44.04 FÙ DǏNG WEALTH TOP Indications Combine with 44. • Headache.04 49 . Reaction area of the liver and heart Location 7 cun longitudinally above the elbow joint on the back of the arm along the San Jiao channel.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 富頂 44. AND HEADACHE Manipulation Needle 5 fen in depth. • High blood pressure. TO TREAT FAT O TREAT AND DEEPER T . • Dizziness. DIZZINESS HYPERTENSION . FICIALLY NEEDLE SUPER IGUE. 44.05 – 後枝 HÒU ZHĪ • Exhaustion and fatigue.

Combine with 44.04.05 HÒU ZHĪ BACK BRANCH REGULATES BLOOD CIRCULATION Indications • Same as 44. ♣• Skin diseases.5 cun above 44. • Together with 44.05 44. Manipulation Needle 5–7 fen in depth.04 50 .04 – 富頂 FÙ DǏNG Reaction area of the Heart Location 1. 44.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 後枝 44. • Arteriosclerosis.04 treats neck aching and pain and facial paralysis.04.

• Deafness. Reaction area of the Spleen. • Headache. and the fourth point is 0.02 51 . • Toothache. Point 2 is 0. MAINLY USED TO TREAT • Conjunctivitis. Point 1 is 0. between the first and second metatarsal bones. DISE ASES OF THE EYES.5 cun posterior to the web margin. Lungs and Kidneys This is a 4 point group Manipulation Needle 5 fen – 1 cun in depth.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 花骨一 55. • Photophobia. Point 3 is 0.02 HUĀ GǓ YĪ FLOWER BONE ONE Indications • Eyelid inflammation.8 cun posterior to the third one. Location On the plantar surface. 55.5 cun posterior to the second one. • Nasal pain. • Tinnitus.5 cun posterior to the first one.

05 52 .05 – 花骨四 HUĀ GǓ SÌ • Low back pain. • Leg and foot numbness.04 HUĀ GǓ SĀN FLOWER BONE THREE Indications Combine with 55.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 花骨三 55. 55. • Sciatic pain. Manipulation Needle 5 fen – 1 cun in depth. 2 cun posterior to the web margin.04 55. between the third and fourth metatarsal bones. Reaction area of the Spleen ALSO INDICATED FOR REDDENED EYES Location On the plantar surface. • Vertebral pain.

5 cun posterior to the web margin.04 – 花骨三 HUĀ GǓ SĀN Reaction area of the Lungs Location Manipulation On the plantar surface. • Lower abdomen pain.05 Indications HUĀ GǓ SÌ CAN BE USED TO TREAT NUMBNESS OF THE EXTREMITIES • Same as 55. 1.05 53 .04. FLOWER BONE FOUR Combine with 55.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 花骨四 55. 55. • Stomachache. Needle 5 fen – 1 cun in depth.04 55. between the fourth and fifth metatarsal bones. • Bleeding disorders.

between the first and second toes. • Heart palpitations (slow palpitations and slow heartbeats). 0.03 HUǑ YǏNG FIRE HARDNESS MERGENCY USED FOR E F FAINTING TO TREATMEN Indications Reaction area of the heart and the liver. On the dorsum of the foot. • Dizziness. Location Manipulation Needle 5 fen in depth.04 66.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 火硬 66. LOCATED ON THE LIVER CHANNEL 66.03 54 . Needling is forbiden in pregnant women.5 cun proximal to the margin of the web. • TMJ dysfunction (jaw pain). • Fainting.

in the hollow just distal to the junction of the first and second metatarsal bones. liver and stomach disease. • Weak and debilitated nerves.03 55 . • Hand and lower leg pain. • Heart. Location Manipulation Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.04 66. LOCATED ON THE LIVER CHANNEL 66. • Difficult delivery (labor).STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 火主 66. On the dorsum of the foot.04 HUǑ ZHǓ FIRE GOVERNOR Indications ALSO GOOD FOR HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS! Needling is forbiden in pregnant women.

77. Needle must go all the way through the tendon and touch the bone.5 cun superior from the base of the heel. 3. ALSO TREATS STOM ACH SPASMS AND LEG CRAM PS. between Bl60 (昆侖. TAÌ XĪ).STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 正筋 77.02 – 正宗 ZHÈNG ZŌNG • Neck pain. KŪN LÚN) and Ki3 (太 谿.01 ZHÈNG JĪN CORRECT TENDON Indications Combine with 77. Reaction area of the spine and brain Location Manipulation On the calcaneal tendon (achilles tendon).02 77.01 56 . • Lower and upper back vertebral pain. torticollis.

01 AND 77. 77.01.01 57 .02 77. 77. Needle must go all the way through the tendon and touch the bone.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 正宗 77.02 ZHÈNG ZŌNG CORRECT ANCESTOR Indications • Same as 77.01 – 正筋 ZHÈNG JĪN Reaction area of the spine and brain Location Manipulation 2 cun superior to 77.02 COMBINED ARE ALSO EFFECTIVE FOR BRAIN CONCUSSION. Combine with 77.01.

EEN THE LOCATED BETW HANNEL GALLBLADDER C H AND THE STOMAC CHANNEL. • Migraine. • Breast distension and pain.07 77. • Meningitis.06 – 二重 ÈR ZHÒNG and 77. lungs and spleen Manipulation Needle 1–2 cun in depth. Location 3 cun proximal to the lateral malleolus and 1 cun anterior to the fibula.07 – 三重 SĀN ZHÒNG Reaction area of the heart.05 YĪ ZHÒNG FIRST WEIGHT Indications • Hyperthyroidism. • Tonsillitis. 77.06 77.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 一重 THREE WEIGHTS 77. Combine with 77. • Liver disease. • Facial hemiparalysis.05 58 3 cun .

05. Needle 1–2 cun in depth.05.05 59 .STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 二重 THREE WEIGHTS 77. 77. Reaction area of the heart. lungs and spleen Location Manipulation 2 cun proximal to 77.07 – 三重 SĀN ZHÒNG • Same as 77. EEN THE LOCATED BETW HANNEL GALLBLADDER C H AND THE STOMAC CHANNEL.06 ÈR ZHÒNG SECOND WEIGHT Indications Combine with 77.07 2 cun 77.06 77.05 – 一重 YĪ ZHÒNG and 77.

EEN THE LOCATED BETW HANNEL GALLBLADDER C H AND THE STOMAC CHANNEL.05 60 2 cun .05 Reaction area of the heart. Needle 1–2 cun in depth.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 三重 THREE WEIGHTS 77.06.07 SĀN ZHÒNG THIRD WEIGHT Indications Combine with 77.05 – 一重 YĪ ZHÒNG • Same as 77. lungs and spleen Location Manipulation 2 cun proximal to 77.06 – 二重 ÈR ZHÒNG and 77. 77.06 77.07 77.

5 cun distal to Sp9 (陰陵泉.21 61 .STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE THREE EMPERORS 腎關 77. • Pain in the nasal bone. YĪN LÍNG QÚAN).18 77. NIA OMNIA. • Frozen shoulder.18 SHÈN GUĀN KIDNEYS BARRIER 天皇副 TIĀN HUÁNG FÙ QUASI HEAVEN EMPEROR Indications ESSENTIAL POINT FOR STRENGTHENING KIDNEY FUNCTION! ALSO G • Vomiting. NEURASTHE • Hysteria. NOCTU G DIURESIS AN • Astigmatism. 77. RIA D AND INS .19 77. Combine all THREE EMPERORS Reaction area of the heart and kidneys Manipulation Location 4 cun below the knee joint. 1. Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth. OOD T REATIN FOR • Dizziness. below the medial epicondyle of the tibia.

19 LOCATED ON THE L SPLEEN CHANNE Reaction area of the kidneys Manipulation Location 7 cun above the medial malleolus on the medial posterial border of the tibia. • Edema and swelling of the limbs. 77. • Menstrual irregularity. • Diabetes Mellitus. • Impotence. • Incontinence.18 77.5 cun in depth. Needle 1 – 1. Combine all THREE EMPERORS .21 62 Needling is forbiden in pregnant women. 77. Located at Sp7 (漏谷.19 DI HUÁNG EARTH EMPEROR Indications • Kidney inflammation. LOÙ GǓ).STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 地皇 THREE EMPERORS 77. • Premature ejaculation. • Kidneys tonification.

• Numbness of the hands. Located at Sp6 (三陰交. • Hematuria. DIGESTIVE AND GYNECOLOGICAL Combine all THREE DISORDERS.21 63 . • Inflammation of the kidney. SĀN YĪN JIĀO). EMPERORS Indications • Impotence. 77.19 77. • Spermatorrhea.18 77. closer to the bone. • Low back pain (kidney).STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 人皇 THREE EMPERORS 77. Reaction area of the kidneys Needling is forbiden in pregnant women.21 RÉN HUÁNG HUMAN EMPEROR COMBINING ALL THREE EMPERORS IS MOST EFFECTIVE FOR URINARY DISEASES. 3 cun superior to the medial malleolus. Manipulation Location Needle 1 cun in depth. • Diabetes Mellitus.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 側三里 77. SĀN LǏ Reaction area of the teeth and lungs Location Manipulation 3 cun inferior from the lateral edge of the lower border of the patella and 1. • Headache. • Facial paralysis.22 CÈ SĀN LǏ BESIDE THREE MILES Indications Combine with 77. Located at the GB channel.5 cun 77.22 77.5 cun lateral. 3 cun 1. Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.23 – 側下三里 CÈ XIÀ • Toothache.23 64 .

23 65 .22 77. 77.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 側下三里 77. Location 2 cun below 77.23 COMBINED CAN ALSO TREAT MIGRAINES AND TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA Combine with 77.23 CÈ XIÀ SĀN LǏ BESIDE AND BELOW THREE MILES Indications • Same as 77.22 77.22.22 – 側三里 CÈ SĀN LǏ Reaction area of the teeth and lungs Manipulation Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.22 AND 77.

STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 通關 88. • Vertigo.03 – 通天 TŌNG​TIĀN Reaction area of the Heart Location Manipulation 5 cun proximal to the superior edge of the patella.03 88.02 – 通山 TŌNG​SHĀN and 88. 88. • Dizziness.01 . • Gastritis. • Palpitations. • Pain of the limbs. Needle 3–5 fen in depth.01 TŌNG G ​ UĀN PENETRATIING GATE Indications • Heart diseases and pain.02 5 cun 66 88. on the midline of the thigh. Combine with 88.

02 TŌNG​SHĀN PENETRATIING MOUNTAIN Indications • Same as 88.01 – 通關 TŌNG ​GUĀN and 88.01 67 .03 2 cun 88.01 Combine with 88.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 通山 88.03 – 通天 TŌNG​TIĀN Reaction area of the Heart Location 2 cun proximal to 88.01. Manipulation Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth. 88.02 88.

03 TŌNG​TIĀN PENETRATIING HEAVEN Indications • Same as 88.02 – 通山 TŌNG​SHĀN and 88.02 88. 2 cun 88.01 THIS COMBINATION IS VERY GOOD FOR GASTRIC DISEASES.03 88.01 – 通關 TŌNG ​GUĀN Reaction area of the Heart Location Manipulation 2 cun proximal to 88. Needle 5 fen to 1 cun in depth.01 68 . Combine with 88.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 通天 88.02.

5 cun in depth toward the bone.18 88. • Rhinitis.17 88. • Deafness.17 SÌ MǍ ZHŌNG MIDDLE FOUR HORSES Indications • Upper and low back pain.19 69 . • Skin disease. 88. • Weakness of the lungs. tinnitus and ear inflammation. • Lung disease. • Sciatic pain. Combine all FOUR HORSES Reaction area of the liver and lungs Manipulation Location Measure 6 cun above the superior border of the patella and 2 cun lateral Needle 2 – 2.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 駟馬中 FOUR HORSES 88.

17. Needle 2 – 2.17.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 駟馬上 FOUR HORSES 88. Reaction area of the liver and lungs Location Manipulation 2 cun longitudinally above 88.5 cun in depth toward the bone.17 88. 88.18 SÌ MǍ SHÀNG UPPER FOUR HORSES Indications Combine all FOUR HORSES • Same as 88.19 70 .18 88.

Combine all FOUR HORSES Reaction area of the liver and lungs Location Manipulation 2 cun longitudinally below 88.19 71 . SÌ MǍ XIÀ BELOW FOUR HORSES 88.19 Indications • Same as 88.18 88.17.5 cun in depth toward the bone.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 駟馬下 FOUR HORSES 88.17.17. Needle 2 – 2.19 ARE IMPORTANT POINTS TO TONIFY AND REGULATE QI.17 88. 88. 88.18 AND 88.

to the superior lateral edge of the patella.28 1 cun 72 . • Generalized disturbances in Qi and Blood LE SLOWLY ROTATE NEED AFTER INSERTION. and Blood Vessels • Pain from traumatic injuries.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE 解 88. Reaction area of the Heart • Generalized pain. 3 fen 88.28 JIĚ TO UNTIE Indications VERY EFFECTIVE FOR STRAINS AND SPRAINS. AS VED. more than 8 minutes. Manipulation SOON AS PAIN IS RELIE Location . VE THE NEEDLE 1 cun proximal and 3 fen lateral REMO Needle 3 – 5 fen in depth . Don't retain the needle for • Pain from injections. • Extreme fatigue.

03 – EXTRA A. STRENGTHENS LUNG STRENGTHENS THE HEART.5 cun depth. 73 . • Sore throat. • Stomachache. STRENGTHENS • Leg pain. neck and lower back pain.04 – EXTRA 三叉一 三叉二 三叉三 SĀN CHĀ YĪ SĀN CHĀ ÈR SĀN CHĀ SĀN THREE OPENINGS ONE THREE OPENINGS TWO THREE OPENINGS THREE Indications Indications Indications • Shoulder. • Headache.02 A. KI Location Location Location On the dorsum of the hand. • Knee joint pain. between the metacarpophalangeal joints of the fourth and fifth fingers. between the metacarpophalangeal joints of the third and fourth fingers.04 Manipulation Needles are inserted in the directions shown. • Diseases of the 5 sense organs.02 – EXTRA A.03 A. • Diseases of the 5 sense organs. between the metacarpophalangeal joints of the second and third fingers. 1–1. SPLEEN AND • Fatigue. A. • Tinnitus. • Acute lumbar sprain. On the dorsum of the hand. On the dorsum of the hand. DNEYS REGULATES AND QI. • Irregular menstruation. • Common cold.STUDY NOTES ON MASTER TUNG'S ACUPUNCTURE A.

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