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Posted on Saturday, April 10, 2004 - 13:50:   

hello shmuel, hope you can help me, i have a paitiant 11.5 yro who came to me due to ear infection+fluids in the ear, while questioning i found out that he has been suffering from 2 kinds of headaches since he remambers, one is occipital and going up (his neck is often hot), and the other is "coming from above" and preaty tite.
he also suffers from backpain (one leg is shorter), he sweats alot, eats mostly hot food and has conctipation ever since he was a baby.
and he cannot stand people touching him.
p. the yins are empty
t. pail, with thin yellow couting in the m.j l.j
generaly deficiancy palse
anyway, the ear infectin is gone but the headach and back pain are here
i would appriciate if you could tell me what you think, and if you need to know more i will give you more details
i gave him 4 traetmens by now
it is importent to say that he sais that there isnt any change but his mom sais he is more vital and has more appitite.
thank you very much/
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Shmuel Halevi
Posted on Sunday, April 11, 2004 - 11:15:   

It is really difficult without a personal inspection, A.O. The headache may come due to a muscular tension whose source is on the low back and short leg. if this is the case, it is a superficial kind of headache. This is easy to check and see if the neck and occipital muscles are tight and tensed, and if the headache feels only on the superficial level or deep inside. A classical differentiation for headaches type.
If, on the other hand, it is a deep headache, it seems that it involves the Ki/Liv imbalance. It seems that your patient lacks Yin-fluid in the Ki domain, so you need to tonify this and lower the GB Yang with appropriate points. And... it may be (as it usually is) that both diagnoses are valid in the same time. In such a case you need to outline a treatment plan and see which of the syndromes you are going to treat first and which one later on. This might take a while, you need to be patient. Such cases may resolve only after few months of treatment.

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