|Posted on Tuesday, December 30, 2003 - 10:15: |
Despite my clinical experience of three years now I am still unsure about the exact location of this point. Can you enlighten me?
|Posted on Wednesday, December 31, 2003 - 13:27: |
Hello Anonymous... the attached sketch from the "Manual of Acupuncture" by P.Deadman & al shows the classical location of this point. I usually puncture it somewhat more proximally, where the big red circle is. You need to find the shallow indent on the radial bone, some 1.5-2 cun proximally to Li-5. Then, slide your finger slightly medially, direction of Neiguan. on the edge of the radial bone, if pressed hard there's some soreness, there is the real L-7 Liechueh.