How Acupuncture Helped a Patient with Trigeminal Neuralgia
Total years in practice: 7
November 20, 2018
76 Years, Female, White
A 76 year old male came to our clinic with issue with Trigeminal Neuralgia.
Differentiation of symptoms: Xie Qi Penetration Wind on face and head blocking meridians. MP involved channels of the Large Intestine, Small Intestine, Stomach and Vesicle Biliary Therapeutic Principle: Scatter the wind, promote the circulation of Qi and Xue, release nerves. Master Tung's Acupuncture Acupuncture: Symptomatic side: Needle insertion from Taiyang extra point to Jiache point (6E) Biliateral: Hegu (4IG), Taichong (3F) (four gates) Contralateral: 77.5, 77.6, 77.7, 77.22 (Master Tung) Phytotherapy: F 594 Feng Shi Pian (Xie Qi wind / cold / moisture that penetrates the skin, muscles and joints) Harmo Reno and Harmo Hepato History: Ten acupuncture treatments were performed (twice a week) Ten acupuncture treatments were performed (once a week) Ten acupuncture treatments were performed (once every two weeks) The intake of phytotherapy was initiated and maintained during three months and later during nine months the alternate daily intake of Harmo Reno (equilibrates Water movement) and Harmo Hepato (equilibrates Madeira movement). The patient had from the fourth treatment significant improvement of pain that was within the threshold of their tolerance, a situation that has improved until the symptoms disappear completely. Sporadically he reported a tolerable shock / tingling sensation.
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