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NEUROSONOLOGY AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS
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NEUROSONOLOGY AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS, vol. 11, 2015, No. 2
the concept of “meridian” and the vital energy “Qi” forms is part of the theoretical basis for needling at specific acupuncture points.
Cervical spondylosis is a chronic degenerative condition of the cervical spine that affects the vertebral bodies and intervertebral disks of the neck, as well as the contents of the spinal canal. This is one of the most common degenerative disorders of the spine. The disease can be symptomatic and asymptomatic. Distinctive symptoms for cervical spondylosis are: tingling, numbness and weakness in the limbs, lack of coordination, stiff neck, shoulder pain, occipital pain, vertigo, poor balance, blurred vision, etc. Acupuncture is commonly used in the treatment of cervical spondylosis.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine the concept of “meridian” and the vital energy “Qi” forms is part of the theoretical basis for needling at specific acupuncture points.
Acupuncture points have certain electrical properties, which affect chemical neurotransmitters in the body. The “gate control theory” and the release of endogenous opioids have been suggested as explanations for the apparent analgesic effect of acupuncture. These biochemical changes stimulate the body's natural healing abilities and promote physical and emotional wellbeing. Points tend to be located where nerves enter a muscle, the midpoint of the muscle or at the enthesis where the muscle joins with the bone. In our practice we have proved that the following points are the most effective for the treatment of cervical spondylosis: Du16 (Feng Fu), Du20 (Baihui), Du21 (Qian Ding), SJ16 (Tiann you), Bl10 (Tian Zhu), SI15 (Jian zhong shu), SI14 ( Jian wai shu).
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acupuncture, acupuncture points, cervical spondylosis,
acupuncture, acupuncture points, cervical spondylosis, traditional Chinese medicine.
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