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Indexes for Holographic Meridian Scraping Gua Sha Therapy

 

Scraping therapy originated in ancient times, and was a popular technique of disease treatment and health preservation among the ordinary people of China for centuries. It is well known for its convenient application and rapid effect on common colds and other ailments. This folk therapy has been studied and developed by modem doctors and been applied in hospitals. After systematic research, Zhang Xiuqing and Hao Wanshan have compiled this book, based on meridian theories in combination with holographic theory with improvement of manipulation techniques and expansion of indications. The publication of this book will certainly promote the application of scraping therapy as a means of self-treatment for the general public. It is a contribution to the health of society.

Wang Xuetai
February 6, 1996
China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine

 

(Prof. Wang is the chairman of the second congress of the World Federation of Acu¬puncture and Moxibustion Societies, vice-president of the China Acupuncture Association, standing member of the China Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy and vice-chairman of the Professional Advisory Committee of the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine.)

 

C o n t e n t s

Foreword

Chapter One Fundamentals of Region Selection in Holographic Meridian Scraping Therapy

Section I The Basics of Meridian-Acupoint Selection

1.The Basic Concepts and Functions of Meridians

2.Composition of the Meridian System

3.The Fourteen Meridians
(1)The 12 regular meridians
(2)Distribution, trends and connections of the 12 meridians
(3)The exterior-interior relationship of the 12 meridians
(4)The circulation order of qi and blood along the 12 meridians
(5)The circulation and function of the Conception Vessel and Governor Vessel
(6)The 12 cutaneous regions
(7)Connections between the internal (zang-fu) organs and the meridians

4. A Survey of Shu-Points
(1)Concept and classification of Shu-points
(2)The functions of the Shu-points

5.Indication of Diseases

6.Methods of Locating Points
(1)Bone-length measurement
(2)Method of the natural anatomical marks
(3)Finger measurement
(4)Simple method of locating points

7. The Commonly Used Points in Scraping Therapy
(1)The commonly used points on the Governor Vessel
(2)The commonly used points on the Conception Vessel
(3)The commonly used points on the Lung Meridian of Hand- Taiyin
(4)The commonly used points on the Large Intestine Meridian of Hand-Yangming
(5)The commonly used points on the Stomach Meridian of Foot- Yangming
(6)The commonly used points on the Spleen Meridian of Foot- Taiyin
(7)The commonly used points on the Heart Meridian of Hand- Shaoyin
(8)The commonly used points on the Small Intestine Meridian of Hand-Taiyang
(9)The commonly used points on the Bladder Meridian of Foot- Taiyang
(10)The commonly used points on the Kidney Meridian of Foot- Shaoyin
(11)The commonly used points on the Pericardium Meridian of Hand-Jueyin
(12)The commonly used points on the Triple Energizer Meridian of Hand-Shaoyang
(13)The commonly used points on the Gallbladder Meridian of Foot-Shaoyang
(14)The commonly used points on the Liver Meridian of Foot- Jueyin

8. The Commonly Used Extra Points in Scraping Therapy
(1)Extra points on the head and neck
(2)Extra points on the nape, back, waist and sacral region
(3)Extra points on the chest and abdomen
(4)Extra points on the upper extremities
(5)Extra points on the lower extremities

Section II The Basis of Holograph Diagnosis and Treatment in Selecting Areas for Scraping Therapy

1. The Origin and Meaning of the Word "Holography"

2. The Phenomenon and Principle of Biological Holography

3. The Relationship Between the Holographic Acupoint Areas and Their Corresponding Organs

4. Holographic Acupoint Areas Commonly Used in Scraping Therapy

Chapter Two Mechanism and Effects of Holographic Meridian Scraping Therapy

Section I Treatment and Health Care Mechanism

1. Recovering and Increasing the Overall Regulation and control Functions of the Meridians

2. Activating Qi and Blood, Resolving Blood Stasis to Promote Circulation and Improving Microcirculation

3. Getting Rid of Toxins and Stimulating the Metabolism

4. Strengthening the Immunological Function

Section II Clinical Efficacy

1. Treatment Efficacy

2. Health Care Efficacy

3. Diagnostic Efficacy

Chapter Three The Method of Holographic Meridian Scraping Therapy

Section 1 Scraping Materials

1. Scraping Plates and Combs

2. Lubricators

Section II Scraping Methods and Reactions to Scraping

1. Method of Holding the Scraping Plate

2. Scraping Methods
(1) Board scraping
(2) Comer scraping
(3) Spot-pressing
(4) Tapping
(5 Kneading
(6) Rigorous scraping
(7) Meridian-dredging scraping

3. Key Points for Scraping
(1)Pressure
(2)Combination of point, area and line
(3)Scraping length

4.Reactions After Scraping

Section III Scraping Methods and Procedure for Different Parts of the Body

1.Scraping Methods for Different Parts of the Body
(1)Head
(2)Face
(3)Back
(4)Chest
(5)Abdomen
(6)Four limbs

2.Procedure for Large-Area Scraping

3.Steps for Therapeutic Scraping
(1)Choice of tools
(2)Explanation to patient
(3)Choice of posture
(4)Applying scraping lubricator
(5)Scraping

Section IV Reinforcement, Reduction and Even Manipulations

1. Reinforcement, Reduction and Even Manipulations
(1)Reinforcement manipulation
(2)Reduction manipulation
(3) Even manipulation

2. Application of Various Manipulations

3. Factors Influencing the Effects of Reinforcement and Reduction

Section V Types of Holographic Meridian Scraping and Treatment Courses

1. Types of Scraping
(1) Therapeutic scraping
(2) Health care scraping

2.Length of Scraping Sessions
(1) Therapeutic scraping
(2) Health care scraping

3.Courses of Scraping Therapy Treatment

Section VI Indications, Possible Indications and Contraindications

1.Indications
(1) Internal diseases
(2) Surgical diseases
(3) Pediatric diseases
(4) Diseases of the eye, ear, nose or throat
(5) Gynecological diseases
(6) Other diseases
(7) Health care

2.Possible Indications and Contraindications

Section VII Points for Attention

1.Avoid Wind and Keep Warm During Therapeutic Scraping

2.Drink Warm Water After Scraping

3.Bathing After Scraping

4.Scraping in Cases of Skin Disease

5.Scraping in Cases of Diabetes Mellitus and Varicose Veins of the Lower Limbs

6.Prevention of Scraping Dizziness

(1) Reasons for scraping dizziness
(2) Symptoms of scraping dizziness
(3) Treatment of scraping dizziness
(4) Prevention of scraping dizziness

7.Miliary Cutaneous Bleeding Should Not Be Over-Emphasized

8.Apply Comprehensive Treatment to Critical Cases

Section VIII Factors Increasing the Scraping Effect

1.Relationship Between Selection of Meridian Points and Effective- ness of Treatment

2.Relationship Between Manipulation and Effect

3.Relationship Between Scraping Order, Scope and Effect

4.Changing the Scraped Parts and Manipulations, and the Effect Thereof
(1) Suitably prolonging the intervals of treatment
(2) Changing scraping manipulation and method

5.Relationship Between Indoor Temperature and Effect

6.Relationship Between Comprehensive Nursing and Effect

7.Relationship Between Individual Differences and Effect

8.Regular Scraping for a Healthy Body

Chapter Four Clinical Application of Holographic Meridian Scraping Therapy

Section I Internal Diseases

1.Fever

2.Headache

3.Common Cold

4.Sunstroke

5.Aphonia

6.Cough

7.Asthma

8. Pneumonia

9.Pulmonary Tuberculosis

10.Epigastric Pain

11.Hiccups

12.Vomiting

13.Abdominal Distention

14.Abdominal Pain

15.Gastroptosis

16.Diarrhea

17.Dysentery

18.Constipation

19.Hepatitis

20.Hypochondriac Pain

21.Jaundice

22.Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis

23.Angina Pectoris

24.Palpitations

25.Insomnia and Dream Disturbance

26.Vertigo

27.Hypertension

28.Hypotension

29.Anemia

30.Night Sweating

31.Nephritis

32.Edema

33.Urinary Infection

34.Aura of Windstroke

35.Windstroke

36.Aphasia Windstroke Sequela

37.Hemiplegia Windstroke Sequela

38.Facial Paralysis

39.Trigeminal Neuralgia

40.Parkinson's Disease

41.Diabetes Mellitus

42.Thyroidism

43.Neurasthenia

44.Manic Schizophrenia

45.Epilepsy

46.Hysteria

47.Globus Hystericus

Section II External Diseases

1.Cervical Spondylosis

2.Stiff Neck

3.Periarthritis of the Shoulder

4.Tennis Elbow

5.Pain in the Wrist Joint

6.Lumbago

7.Ankylosing Spondylitis

8.Sciatica and Protrusion of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc

9.Necrosis of the Femoral Head

10.Pain in the Knee Joint

11.Rheumarthritis

12.Rheumatoid Arthritis

13.Pain in the Ankle Joint

14.Pain in the Heel

15.Spa.sm of the Gastrocnemius Muscle

16.Sprain

17.Varicose Veins in the Lower Limbs

18.Thromboangiitis

19.Appendicitis

20.Prolapse of the Anus

21.Hemorrhoids

22.Tuberculosis of the Lymph Nodes of the Neck

23.Pure Goitre

24.Urinary Calculus

25.Prostatitis and Prostate Hypertrophy

26.Impotence and Premature Ejaculation

27.Nail-like Boils, Furuncles, Carbuncles, Deep-rooted Carbuncles

28.Erysipelas

29.Herpes Zoster

30.Eczema

31.Flat Warts

32.Psoriasis

33.Cutaneous Pruritus

34.Urticaria

35.Alopecia Areata

36.Acne

Section III Gynecological Diseases

1.Menoxenia

2.Uterine Bleeding

3.Dysmenorrhea

4.Amenorrhea

5.Menopausal Syndrome

6.Morbid Leukorrhea

7.Agalactia

8.Hyperplasia of the Lobular Mammary Gland

9.Acute Mastitis

10.Metroptosis

11.Muscle Tumor of the Uterus

Section IV Pediatric Diseases

1.Pertussis

2.Infantile Diarrhea

3.Infantile Indigestion

4.Infantile Enuresis

5.Parotitis

6. Infantile Convulsions

Section V Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat

1. Conjunctival Congestion with Pain and Swelling of the Eye

2. Sty

3. Ophthalmic Bleeding

4. Myopia

5. Glaucoma

6. Cataracts

7. Tinnitus and Deafness

8. Allergic Rhinitis

9.Nasosinusitis

10. Epistaxis

11.Toothache

12. Sore Throat

Section VI Scraping Therapy Based on Differentiation of Syndromes

1. Symptoms Indicating Yang-Deficienc

2. Symptoms Indicating Yang-Hyperactivity

3. Symptoms Indicating Yin-Deficiency

4. Symptoms Indicating Yin-Hyperactivity

5. Qi Deficiency Syndrome

6. Qi Stagnation Syndrome

7. Sinking Qi Syndrome

8. Adverseness of Qi Syndrome

9. Blood Deficiency Syndrome

10. Blood Stasis Syndrome

11. Blood-Heat Syndrome

12. Blood-Cold Syndrome

13. Phlegm Syndrome

14. Fluid-Retention Syndrome

15. Consumptive Disease Syndrome

Chapter Five Health Care Scraping Therapy

Section I Prevention and Indirect Treatment of Diseases

Section II Weight Loss

Section III Beautifying the Hair

Section IV Beautifying the Face

Appendix 1 Holographic Meridian Hand Diagnosis

Section I Basic Knowledge of Holographic Meridian Hand Diagnosi

1. Observing Qi

2. Observing color

3. Observing Configuratiotis

Section II Bioholographic Hand Diagnosis

1. Diagnosis of Bioholographic Points in the Hand

2. Holographic Diagnosis of Group Points Along the Radial Side of the Secondary Metacarpal Bone

Section III Meridian Hand Diagnosis

1. The Relationship Between the Fingers and the Viscera

2. Method of Diagnosing Diseases by Observing the Fingers and Palm

3. Finger Vein Diagnosis for Infants 1 to 3 Years Old

Appendix 2 Bibliography


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