November 2019

November 2019


The Office: How to Treat Concussions with DNA

  • Symptoms of a concussion
    • Stage 1 & 2 symptoms
      • Trauma to head
      • Vision problems
      • Headaches
      • Nausea
      • Fatigue
    • Stage 3
      • All of the above
      • Unconscious for less than 1 minute
    • Stage 4
      • All of the above
      • Unconscious for more than 1 minute
    • Must go to emergency medical services for medical scans
  • Typical Western Medical care
    • The patient will be advised to rest a lot
    • Patients allowed to take Tylenol for headaches
  • DNA
    • Focus treatment on the entire head
      • Front of head and sides
        • Lateral Lateral
      • Back of head
        • Posterior Lateral
        • Posterior Medial
      • Top of head
        • Medial Medial
    • Right Wrist
      • Posterior Lateral Si 5
      • Posterior Medial Ht 7
      • Medial Medial Pc 7
      • Lateral Lateral Sj 4
    • Left Ankle
      • Posterior Lateral Ub 62
      • Posterior Medial Ki 6
      • Lateral Lateral Gb 40
      • Medial Medial Sp 5
    • Right Ankle
      • Posterior Lateral Ub 62
      • Posterior Medial Ki 6
      • Lateral Lateral Gb 40
      • Medial Medial Sp 5
    • Spread image to feet and hands on the same Jing Jin
      • Posterior Lateral
      • Posterior Medial
      • Lateral Lateral
      • Medial Medial
    • Needle knees and elbows with same Jing Jin
      • Posterior Lateral
      • Posterior Medial
      • Lateral Lateral
      • Medial Medial
    • If the patient has nausea add Anterior Lateral points
      • St 36
      • St 41
      • Li 11
      • Li 5
    • Treatment intervals
      • 3 times a week until the symptoms are 50% better
      • 2 times a week until the symptoms are almost gone (80-90% better)
      • Once a week for at least a month after that.
    • Other Recommendations
      • Eat Fish
      • Eat Protein
      • Rest! Sleep!

The Office: Updates on How to Treat Shoulder Pain with DNA

  • The shoulder joint is very complex anatomically
    • Better to treat the entire system to ensure you take away all the pain
    • Anterior Medial
      • Anterior Deltoid
    • Anterior Lateral
      • Medial Deltoid
      • Subscapularis
        • Very common culprit and almost always involved in rotator cuff problems, you should consider treating this in every situation.
    • Lateral Lateral
      • Posterior Deltoid
    • Posterior lateral
      • Hand Taiyang (Small Intestine)
        • Teres major
        • Teres minor
        • Infraspinatus
      • Foot Taiyang (Urinary Bladder)
        • Trapezius Muscle
      • Medial Medial
        • Pectoralis major upper portion
        • Serratus anterior
    • Treatment
      • Treat Anterior Medial, Anterior Lateral, and Lateral Lateral on the same wrist first
        • Always treat Anterior Lateral
      • Treat Anterior Medial, Anterior Lateral, and Lateral Lateral on opposite ankle second
        • For example, St 41, Gb 40,
    • On the other ankle
      • Can needle opposite Jing jin Anterior Medial, Anterior Lateral, and Lateral Lateral
        • For example, Liv 4, Sp 5, etc.
    • If there is remaining pain still
      • Target Posterior lateral and then Medial Medial
    • Spread needles up or down the Jing jin from joint needles
      • Look for ashi points on the limbs
    • Frozen Shoulder
      • Needle Ub 40 on the back of the knee
        • Use 2-3 long needles
    • Images
      • Knee and elbows
      • St 8 on head

The Office: Updated DNA Treatments for Lower Back Pain

  • Always needle Posterior Lateral & Posterior Medial Jing Jins
    • This will cover nearly all muscles groups for the lower back
  • Relaxation needles
    • Ear Shen Men, Ear Sympathetic Gb 20, Tai Yang, Du 20,
    • Doing this may help the pain by itself
  • Ankles
    • Ub 62, Ki 6
  • Wrists
    • Ht 7, Si 5,
  • Legs
    • Look for ashi points on the Posterior Medial Jing Jin
    • Ub 58, 57
    • Needle near Achilles tendon
  • Arms
    • Use Ashi points on Anterior Medial Jing Jin (Lung)
  • Abdomen
    • Needle the same dermatome on abdomen as the location of pain on the lower back
    • Ren channel is an image of the spine
  • Sternum
    • Can use sternum as an image of the spine
  • Tibial bone
    • Can use the tibial bone as an image of the spine
  • Scalp
    • Needle Du 20 – Du 16
      • Du 20 is an image of Lumbar vertebrae 1
      • EOP is an image of the tailbone
  • Spinal Stenosis
    • More likely to need sternum, scalp and tibial bone points to treat the spine itself.

The Office: How to Treat Thyroid Problems with Herbs

  • Pounding Right Styloid
    • Inflammation in the thyroid area
      • Could be Hyperthyroidism
    • Herbs
      • Zhen Ren Huo Ming Yin – 40
      • Da Ding Huang – 10
      • Astringents – 30
      • Can use also use Herbal Abx or Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin – 20
  • Normal Apex Styloid pulse with Weak Thin Right Cun
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Refer to Medical Doctor for testing
    • Herbs
      • Huang Qi – 20
      • Dang Shen – 10
      • If the patient is weak overall
        • Shi Quan Da Bu Wan 60 – 80
      • Tense liver pulse
        • Jia Wei Xiao Yao San – 20
      • Weak stomach
        • Si Jun Zi Tang or An Zhong San – 20
      • Weak heart
        • Ren Shen Yang Yin Tang – 20
      • Over 50 cold hands
        • You Gui Wan –  20
      • Over 50 warm hands
        • Zuo Gui Wan – 20