Learn how to treat disorders in the large intestines with acupuncture with expert alternative care tips in this free online Chinese medicine video clip. Expert: …
SARAH HAUER: Hi. I'm Sarah Hauer. SIG HAUER:
And I'm Sig Hauer and we're professional practitioners
of traditional Chinese medicine. SARAH HAUER:
We're here on behalf of Expert Village. SIG
HAUER: And welcome to our video. The next
points she did there were bladder 25, which
are the back shu points of the large intestine.
It does also contribute very well to help
treating the lower back and obviously, it's
going to help keeping the chi of the large
intestine moving. And you want the chi of
the large intestine always moving. You don't
want it to ever stop. SARAH HAUER: These needles,
these acupuncture points needled in combination
are quite often used for lower back stiffness
and pain, so they are a good grouping to use
together. And I'm going to move up the spine
now to find the back shu point of the spleen.
Just double check my measurements.

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