Hand Shaoyang 12-23 Flashcards Preview

Acupuncture Points Comprehensive > Hand Shaoyang 12-23 > Flashcards

Flashcards in Hand Shaoyang 12-23 Deck (27)
Loading flashcards...
1

TB12 Xiaoluo

Dispersing Riverbed

2

TB12 Location

On the upper arm, on a line drawn between TB10 (1 cun above the olecranon) and TB14, 4 cun above TB10 and 6 cun distal to TB14

3

TB12 Needling

Perpendicular or oblique insertion 1-2 cun

4

TB12 Associations

None

5

TB12 TCM Actions

  1. Activates channel and alleviates pain

6

TB12 Indications

Activates channel and alleviates pain: Stiff neck. Pain in head, neck, back, shoulders.

7

TB12 Neuroanatomy

Superficial Innervation: Posterior cutaneous nerve of the arm (C5 - C8)
Dermatome Segment: C5, T1 on dorsal axial line

8

TB12 TCM Patterns

9

TB12 Nearby Points

10

TB13 Naohui

Upper Arm Convergence

11

TB13 Location

3 cun below TB14 on the posterior border of the deltoid on a line joining TB14 with the olecranon

12

TB13 Needling

Perpendicular or oblique insertion 1 - 2 cun 

13

TB13 Associations

No hats

Trigger Point

14

TB13 TCM Action

  1. Activates channel and alleviates pain
  2. Regulates qi and transforms phlegm

 

 

15

TB13 TCM Indications

Activates channel and alleviates pain: Weakness and pain of shoulder and arm 

Regulates qi and transforms phlegm: EPF, Goitre, Nodules in neck, Scrofula

16

TB13 TCM Patterns

17

TB13 Neuroanatomy

Superficial Innervation: Posterior cutaneous nerve of the arm (C5 - C8)
Dermatome Segment: C5, T1 on dorsal axial line

18

TB13 Trigger Point

Muscle: Deltoid and triceps brachii
Myotome Innervation: Deltoid: Axillary nerve (C5 - C6); Triceps: Radial nerve (C5 - T1) with long head innervated by axillary nerve (C5 - C6)
Location Notes: Deltoid trigger point may be slightly superior on the body of the muscle along with several other trigger points between this point and Jianneiling. Triceps point may be slightly lower
Pain Referral Pattern: 
Deltoid: To local area and around muscle and lateral side of upper arm 
Triceps brachii Local around point and to dorsal aspect of forearm and little and ring fingers
Indications: If deltoid: shoulder pain with difficulty raising arm in any direction ; If triceps: posterior shoulder and arm pain

19

TB13 Nearby Points

LI14 Binao (Upper Arm) 1 cun anterior to the lower end of the deltoid

SI9 Jianzhen (True Shoulder) - 1 cun above the axillary crease

20

TB14 Jianliao

Shoulder Bone Hole

21

TB14 Location

At the origin of the deltoid muscle, in a depression that lies posterior and inferior to the lateral extremity of the acromion

22

TB14 Needling

With the arm abducted, perpendicular insertion directed towards the centre of the axilla 1 - 1.5 cun; or transverse oblique insertion directed distally towards the elbow 1.5 - 2 cun

23

TB14 TCM Actions

  1. Alleviates pain 
  2. Benefits shoulder joint
  3. Dispels wind-damp

24

TB14 Indications 

Alleviates pain and benefits shoulder joint: Pain, numbness, tingling and heaviness in shoulder and arm

Dispels wind-damp: Remove channel obstruction (bi syndrome)

25

TB14 TCM Patterns

26

TB14 Neuroanatomy

Superficial Innervation: Supraclavicular from C3 - C4
Dermatome Segment: C4

27

TB14 Nearby Points

SI10 Naoshu (Upper Arm Shu) - Above the axillary crease on the bottom line of the scapular spine no the