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SI-9 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Jian Zhen - True Shoulder

Forbidden to moxa

Hand Tai Yang

2

SI-9 - Location

With the arm by the side, the point is 1 cun superior to the posterior axillary fold.

3

SI-9 - Features

None

* Increases Small Intestine pulse, while at the same time calming the Wood pulse. The affect on the pulse is similar to SI-3

4

SI-10 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Nao Shu - Upper Arm Shu

Forbidden in pregnancy from the 6th month

Hand Tai Yang

5

SI-10 - Location

Directly above SI-9, on the inferior border of the spine of the scapula

6

SI-10 - Features

Point of Yang Wei Mai and Yang Qiao Mai
Meets Small Intestine Divergent meridian
Shu Point of Scapula (point name)

*Works on the Stomach

7

SI-11 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Tian Zong - Celestial Gathering

None

Hand Tai Yang

8

SI-11 - Location

In the centre of the infraspinous fossa, approximately midway between the inferior angle of the scapula and the acromion, and midway between the medial and lateral borders of the scapula

9

SI-11 - Features

None

10

SI-12 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Bing Feng - Grasping The Wind

None

Hand Tai Yang

11

SI-12 - Location

The point is in a depression in the centre of the supraspinous fossa, superior to SI-11 and between SI-13 and CO-16

12

SI-12 - Features

Meets the Colon, Three Heater and Gall Bladder meridians

*Disperses external wind locally (point name)

13

SI-13 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Qu Yuan - Crooked Wall

None

Hand Tai Yang

14

SI-13 - Location

At the medial end of the supraspinous fossa, midway between SI-10 and the spinous process of T-2, 1 cun inferior to TH-15

15

SI-13 - Features

None

16

SI-14 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Jian Wai Shu - Outer Shoulder Shu

None

Hand Tai Yang

17

SI-14 - Location

3 cun lateral to the lower border of spinous process of T-1

18

SI-14 - Features

Shu Point of the outer shoulder

19

SI-15 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Jian Zhong Shu - Central Shoulder Shu

None

Hand Tai Yang

20

SI-15 - Location

2 cun lateral to the lower border of spinous process of C-7 (level with DU-14)

21

SI-15 - Features

Shu Point of the middle or inner shoulder

22

SI-16 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Tian Chuang - Celestial Window

None

Hand Tai Yang

23

SI-16 - Location

Level with the Laryngeal prominence, following the natural neck line, on the posterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

24

SI-16 - Features

Window Of Sky Point
Meeting Point of the Heart and Small Intestine Divergent meridians

25

SI-17 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Tian Rong - Celestial Appearance

None

Hand Tai Yang

26

SI-17 - Location

Posterior to the angle of the mandible, on the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

27

SI-17 - Features

Branch to GB-1 which then travels to SI-19
Branch to SI-18 which then travels to BL-1
In some sources this point is a Window of Sky Point

28

SI-18 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Quan Liao - Cheek Bone Hole

Forbidden to Moxa

Hand Tai Yang

29

SI-18 - Location

Directly below the outer canthus of the eye, on the inferior border of the zygoma.

30

SI-18 - Features

Branch to BL-1 which then completes the circulation of the Tai Yang division
Meeting Point of all the Three Leg Yang Tendino Muscular meridians
Connects with the Three Heater meridian
Point of Exit

31

SI-19 - Name in Chinese and English

Caution

Division

Ting Gong - Listening Palace

None

Hand Tai Yang

32

SI-19 - Location

When the mouth is open, the point is in a depression anterior to the centre of the tragus.

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SI-19 - Features

From SI-19 Connects with the Three Heater and Gall Bladder meridians.