|Posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 - 08:56: |
by Michael Micallef
|Posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 - 09:22: |
Hi Dr. Halevi I was recently asked by a mother to help her fiver year
old autistic child. I made someresearchand found a study claiming that
tongue acupuncture can reduce the symptoms of autism. Can you please
illustrate to me the points on the tongue to use for this cohndition.
|Posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 - 09:24: |
Dr. Schmuel Halevi,
Since autism is a congenital problem and as I read in some literature,
congenital problems are related to Kidney essence and qi deficiency.
Your expert view may help the child on the following protocol. Instead
of trying any treatment on tongue, can the following protocol be
tried? If yes, sequence, frequency and duration to recognise if it
works may be advised by you.
Tone all of the following as per the sequence:
K-3, k-6, Cv-4, Gv-4, Gv 14, Gv-20, Ub-11, Ub-15, Ub-23, Gb-39
Add organ source point of Liver and Gall bladder and tone for autism.
Add Tw-4 after few days if treatment shows little or no improvement.
The treatment is preferably bi lateral but Right side alone should
I do not have any user example who got partial or full relief from
autism, but have heard of this protocol helpful in congenital problems
inclusive of autism, down's syndrome and variety of other problems.
|Posted on Wednesday, April 09, 2008 - 16:12: |
Michael, the only tongue points that I know of are Jinjin, Yuye - extra points. They are located on the lower surface of the tongue, and are used for speech problems, mutism, tongue and mouth ulcers, etc. The needle insertion is quite deep and parallel to the tongue surface, for speech problems. It is quite painful and not suitable for children. Otherwise, they are being bled.
|Posted on Sunday, April 20, 2008 - 13:16: |
regarding autism can you elaborate more on the protocol of points you gave in your reply in relation to congenital problems.