Acupuncture Meridians Showing Relationships Between Teeth and Other Areas of the Body. Shows the relationship between the teeth, sense organs, joints, spinal segments, vertebrae, organs and endocrine glands. The oral microsystem of acupuncure points is related with the system of acupuncture meridians.
Traditional Chinese medicine observations of the palate, teeth and gums.
When a particular acupuncture meridian is under stress, the corresponding oral acupuncture point(s) become very sensitive to localized pressure. This phenomenon can be used for both diagnostic and treatment purposes. Oral acupuncture points in the mouth can be used to treat neuralgia, sinusitis, pain in distant parts of the body, acute, chronic, allergic conditions, and digestive disorders. The oral acupuncture points in the retromolar area (the area behind the last molar in the upper and bottom jaw) are very useful in treating shoulder and elbow complaints, pain and restricted movement of the neck, low back pain, and TMJ.
Table columns organized by Upper/Lower and Left/Right teeth
Table rows organized by:
- Sense Organs
- Spinal Segment
- Endocrine Glands
- Organs Yin/Yang
Relationship between the teeth, body functions and disorders
Teeth organ relationship diagram
Tooth muscle relationship diagram
TCM observations of the palate, teeth and gums
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