Tinggong, Palace of Hearing _ Small Intestine Meridian
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NAMES – MERIDIAN:
- Tinggong, Palace of Hearing – Small Intestine Meridian
- Huyệt Thính cung – Kinh Thủ thái dương tiểu trường
- Palace of Hearing – Méridien de l’intestin grêle
- 聽宮, tīng gōng – 手太阳小肠经
- cheong gung 청궁, chō kyū – 수태양소장경
- Enhance hearing
- Soothes pain in the body’s pore structures.
- Deaf ears, ringing ears, watery ears.
- The lower jaw joint has reduced mobility.
- Diseases of teeth.
The Tinggong acupoint is often combined very effectively to treat the following diseases:
- Combined with ST4 and ST6 acupoints to treat facial paralysis, misaligned eyes, and distorted mouth.
- Combined with TE4 acupoint to treat deaf ears.
- Combined with TE17 acupoint to treat tinnitus.
- Combined with TE17 acupoint and LI4 acupoint to treat middle ear inflammation.
- Combined with TE17, BL63, LI20 acupoints to treat hearing loss.
- Combined with TE17, KI3, and BL23 acupoints to treat tinnitus caused by damaged ears.
- Combined with TE17 and GB2 acupoints to treat deaf ears due to blocked qi.
- Combined with ST6 and LI4 acupoints to treat misaligned eyes and distorted mouth.
- Combined with ST40, BL23, and CV12 acupoints to treat tinnitus and ear ringing due to phlegm heat.
- Combined with new, extra acupoints such as Thinh Man and Tri Tien to treat deafness.
- Combined with the BL20 acupoint to treat pain in the lower heart area.
Many documents of traditional medicine of China and Vietnam
- “Auricular Acupuncture and Autonomic Nervous System”. Terry Oleson. 2003. Examines the relationship between auricular acupuncture, including SI19, and the autonomic nervous system’s influence on the body’s balance.
- “Auricular Acupuncture: Diagnosis and Treatment”. Lorraine Wilcox. 2010. Covers diagnosis and treatment using auricular acupuncture, offering information on locating and stimulating points like SI19.
- “Auriculotherapy Manual: Chinese and Western Systems of Ear Acupuncture”. Terry Oleson. 2014. Comprehensive guide covering both Chinese and Western systems of ear acupuncture, including SI19, with practical instructions and illustrations.
- “Auriculotherapy: Manual Chinese and Western Systems of Ear Acupuncture”. Gabriel Stux and Yves Rouxeville. 2004. Provides insights into both Chinese and Western approaches to auriculotherapy, including SI19, with information on location and stimulation of this point.
- “Chinese Auricular Acupuncture”. Skya Abbate. 2010. This book covers the principles and techniques of Chinese auricular acupuncture, including insights into SI19 and its therapeutic applications.
- “Chinese Scalp Acupuncture”. Jason Ji-shun Hao and Linda Ling-zhi Hao. 2011. While primarily focused on scalp acupuncture, this book also discusses ear acupuncture, including SI19, and its applications in treating various conditions.
- “Ear Acupuncture: A Precise Pocket Atlas Based on the Works of Nogier/Bahr”. Beate Strittmatter. 2011. This pocket atlas provides clear illustrations and therapeutic applications of ear acupuncture points, including SI19.
- “Ear Acupuncture: A Precise Pocket Atlas”. Hans-Ulrich Hecker. 2007. This pocket atlas offers detailed illustrations of ear acupuncture points, including SI19, and their indications.
- “The Concise Book of Acupoints”. John R. Cross. 2018. Provides concise information on acupoints, including SI19, covering location, needling techniques, and therapeutic indications.
- “The Ear Gateway to Balancing the Body: A Modern Guide to Ear Acupuncture”. Thomas Blasejewicz. 2017. Focuses on ear acupuncture’s role in balancing the body and covers the SI19 point and its relationship to overall health.
- Needle perpendicularly 0.5-1.0 cun with the mouth open.
LOCATION AND FIND THE ACUPOINT:
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(SI19 | Tinggong | Palace of Hearing | Small Intestine Meridian)