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1

ST - 1 (Location)

Directly below the center of the pupil, just inside the infraorbital ridge. Penetrate the point by retropulsing the eyeball dorsally and directing the needle over the infraorbital ridge, through the skin and under the eye.

2

ST - 1 (Indications)

Conjunctivitis
Uveitits
Liver Heat

3

ST - 2 (Location)

In the depression at the center of the infraorbital foramen.

Hint: Where dental blocks go.

4

ST - 2 (Indications)

Conjunctivitis
Uveitis
Abdominal Pain

5

ST - 4 (Location)

At the lateral commissure of the mouth, 0.1 cun caudal to the mucocutaneous border.

Hint: Right behind the lateral commissure of the lip.

6

ST- 4 (Indications)

Facial Paralysis
Dental Pain

7

ST - 6 (Location)

In the depression in the middle of the masseter muscle just rostral to the angle of the mandible.

Hint: Center of the "smile line."

8

ST - 6 (Indications)

Facial Paralysis
Dental Pain

9

ST - 25 (Location)

2 cun lateral to the center of the umbilicus, in the center of the rectus abdominis muscle.

10

ST - 25 (Indications)

Front-Mu (Alarm) pont for LI
Constipation
Diarrhea
Abdominal Pain
Vomiting

11

ST - 35a (Location)

Lateral Point; In the depression distal to the patella and lateral to the patellar ligament. Also referred to as "the lateral eye of the knee" or Wai Xi Yan.

12

ST - 35a (Indications)

Stifle problems
Pelvic limb weakness

13

ST - 35b (Location)

In the depression distal to the patella and medial to the patellar ligament is a point also referred to as "the medial eye of the knee" or Nei Xi Yan.
Together with ST - 35a, the two points are referred to as Xi Yan.

14

ST - 35b (Indications)

Stifle problems
Pelvic limb weakness

15

ST - 36 (Location)

3 cun distal to ST - 35a/b.
0.5 cun lateral to the cranial crest of the tibia; in the belly of the cranial tibialis muscle.
This is a long linear point.

Hint: Find the tibial crest and "fall off."

16

ST - 36 (Indications)

He-sea (Earth) point.
Master point for the GI tract and abdomen.
Nausea
Vomiting
Gastric pain
Gastric ulcer
Food stasis
General tonic

17

ST - 37 (Location)

3 cun distal to ST - 36.
0.5 cun lateral to the cranial aspect of the limb, in the cranial tibialis muscle.

18

ST - 37 (Indications)

Lower He-sea point for LI channel.
Diarrhea
Intestinal Ulcers
Constipation

19

ST - 39 (Location)

3 cun distal to ST - 37.
0.5 cun lateral to the cranial aspect of the limb, in the cranial tibialis muscle (1 cun distal to the midpoint of the tibia.)

20

ST - 39 (Indications)

Lower He-sea point for the SI channel.
Diarrhea
Abdominal pain
Dysentery
Hemiplagia
Impaction

21

ST - 40 (Location)

One half the distance between the lateral malleolus and the tibial plateau (proximal aspect of the tibia.) 2 cun lateral to the cranial aspect of the limb in the groove between the cranial tibialis and long digital extensor muscles. This point is proximal to ST - 39.

Hint: Flex the limb, and the point is 1/2 way down the limb and just lateral.

22

ST - 40 (Indications)

Luo-connecting point to Spleen
Influential point for phlegm
Obesity
Lipoma
Phlegm
Damp-Heat skin
Itching

23

ST - 41 (Location)

On the dorsum of the rear foot at the level of the hock in the depression directly on the midline. The point lies between the tendons of the long digital extensor and the cranial tibialis muscles.

24

ST - 41 (Indications)

Jing-river point (Fire)
Wei Syndrome (Qi deficiency)
Paresis/paralysis of the pelvic limbs (droopy feet)
Spleen Deficiency

25

ST - 42 (Location)

On the dorsal aspect of the metatarsus at the junction of the 3rd and 4th metacarpal bones of the pelvic limb.

Hint: Find the flare on the metatarsals, and go between metatarsals 3 and 4 - Feel the divot.

26

ST - 42 (Indications)

Yuan (Source) point
Facial Paralysis
Facial Swelling
Dental problems
Epilepsy
Wei syndrome
Gastric pain

27

ST - 44 (Location)

In the web margin between the 3rd and 4th digits in the depression just distal and lateral to the 3rd metatarsophalangeal joint.

28

ST - 44 (Indications)

Ting-Spring point (Water)
Stomach Heat
Gastric Ulcers

29

ST - 45 (Location)

On the lateral side of the 3rd digit nail base.

Hint: Where the bone and nail meet.

30

ST - 45 (Indications)

Jing-well (Metal) point
Son point for Excess
Diagnostic and treatment points for appetite.