Mainly men and scars this day
Q and A
Hand /general circulation problems.
Plantar fascilitis – and pulling out the navel cold
Sp 3 – why – give the Shen somewhere to reside.
The fright/massive Shock with the afterburners.
Using tools to help ourselves. .when we get ‘got’ in sessions.
Tongue and pulse changes noted in patients . .
Sometimes no palpation is showing what is really happening – ‘men are tricky’.
Necks and why I treat them as I do.
- Vaccination and iatrogenesis.
- Why I do not take pulses – but do what allows the person to ‘own’ their body and ts warnings.
- Shock and having people with needles in fainting.
How I addressed one man’s neck.
Heart massage lots of upper Hwatu release, then he moved his neck – was lot better – as was his hand- tricks – the lymph following . . I added in GV 14 – and some twiddling GB 21 (maybe TH 15) and Gb 34, 39 .
- Lateral flank gouging
- Korean hand points
- Bob Duane’s up inner arm points for the opposite neck
- St 34/GB point
- R Liver 8
- Si 3 (Dr Shen’s influence)
- TH 5
- Hand /foot – Mirror X
- Dupuytren’s contracture
Guesses on causes . apparently educated from the medical profession. YET
- Gender. Men are more likely to develop the condition than women.
- Ancestry. People of northern European (English, Irish, Scottish, French, and Dutch) and Scandinavian (Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish) ancestry are more likely to develop the condition.
- Heredity. Dupuytren’s often runs in families.
- Alcohol use. Drinking alcohol may be associated with Dupuytren’s.
- Certain medical conditions. People with diabetes and seizure disorders are more likely to have Dupuytren’s.
- Age. The incidence of the condition increases with age.
HOWEVER I use iodine solution and that sorts it out.
Aso needling may – and getting the Blood energy produced and flowing well.
More Q and A . . why men block things
Use of nutrients . . their bioavailability
And the mercury in flu injections