Infantile trachitis, esophageal motility, and hiccups Auricular Acupuncture Treatment

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments | 365 views

Auricular acupuncture also was a useful therapeutic procedure, Hep et al. reports, in treating impaired motility of the esophagus, a common finding in patients with functional blocks of the cervical spine.31

F.L. Li and colleagues’32 write, “Intractable postsurgical hiccups that can continue for weeks following thoracic and abdominal surgery was effectively treated (95.2%) using ear needles that were retained for 20 to 40 minutes over the course of three treatments. The points treated were Erzhong (Diaphragm), Shenmen, and Sympathetic as the primary points, and Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Lung, Yuanzhong, Thorax, and Abdomen as secondary points.”

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