Ivan Zamorano

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How to needle San Jiao 4 Yangchi (Yang Pool)

To needle San Jiao 4 use an oblique 45 degree of perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun


How to locate Large Intestine 15 Jianyu (Shoulder Bone)

How to locate Large Intestine 15 Jianyu (Shoulder Bone)

Large Intestine 15 is located in the depression which lies anterior and inferior to the acromion at the origin of the deltoid muscle. To locate this point easily in clinic lift the arm up and palpate for the depression at Read more…


How to needle Spleen 6 Sanyinjiao (Three Yin Intersection)

How to needle Spleen 6 Sanyinjiao (Three Yin Intersection)

To needle Spleen 6 use a perpendicular insertion to maximum depth of 1/2 cun.


How to needle Huato points (Paravertebral Points)

How to needle Huato points (Paravertebral Points)

To needle Huato points use a perpendicular 90-degree insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.


How to needle Kidney 9 Zhubin (Guest House)

How to needle Kidney 9 Zhubin (Guest House)

To needle Kidney 9, use a perpendicular 90-degree insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.


How to needle San Jiao 14 Jianliao (Shoulder Crevice)

How to needle San Jiao 14 Jianliao (Shoulder Crevice)

To needle San Jiao 14 use an oblique 45-degree or perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of 1 cun.


How to needle Spleen 3 Taibai (Supreme White)

How to needle Spleen 3 Taibai (Supreme White)

To needle Spleen 3 use a perpendicular insertion to maximum depth of 1/2 cun


How to needle Pericardium 7 Daling (Great Mound)

To needle Pericardium 7 use a perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun


How to needle DU 26 Renzhong (Man’s Middle)

How to needle DU 26 Renzhong (Man’s Middle)

To needle DU 26 use a perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of 0.3 cun. A quick short tap will secure the needle without causing discomfort


How to needle Bladder 18 Ganshu (Liver Shu)

How to needle Bladder 18 Ganshu (Liver Shu)

To needle Bladder 18, use an oblique 45-degree insertion towards the midline. The depth will depend on the physical build of the patient but I never go deeper than 1/2 cun on Bladder channel points on the back.