Published on 05-24-2015
"ChadD" is an acupuncturist and lives in Minneapolis and has authored 366 other posts.
Below you will find commonly used acupressure points located on the head, scalp and shoulder areas. Head and scalp points are helpful for a range of conditions from headaches and dizziness to excessive thinking and insomnia. The shoulder points aid shoulder pain but help other issues as well. For acupressure points on other parts of the body, or for a general introduction to acupressure, please read the appropriate section:
On the Governing Vessel meridian, located 5 cun from the anterior hair line. Generally found by drawing a line between the middle of both ears to the top of your head.
¤ Uses: headaches, prolapses, low energy, and dizziness.
On the Gall Bladder meridian, located in the depression between the upper portion of the sternocleidomastoid muscle and the trapezius. Generally found by moving your finger from the back of the head (occiput) sideways until it falls into the depression.
¤ Uses: headaches, dizziness, neck pain.
On the Gall Bladder meridian, located on the shoulder directly above the nipple at the highest point of the shoulder. Generally found by moving your finger lightly from your shoulder towards your neck until it stops and then pressing down where it is most tender.
¤ Uses: headaches, dizziness, neck pain, shoulder tension, stress. Do not use if pregnant.
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Issues/Symptoms: depression, insomnia, neck pain, shoulder pain
Acupoints: gb 20, gb 21, gv 20
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"ChadD" is an acupuncturist from United States of America. With schooling from the New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS. They joined us in 2021.
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