Rheumatoid arthritis treated by emitted qi

Author: Chen Jinghua
185, Taiwan Rd. Xiangchen District, Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, China
Conference/Journal: 4th World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1998
Other: Pages: 124 , Word Count: 273

Clinical Materials and Diagnostic Standard:

Symptoms and signs include multiple, symmetric enlargement and pain of the large joints
impaired movement, worse when weather changes or is overactive.

Laboratory test is composed of antistreptolysin 500 units, blood sedimentation mm/hr.

X-ray diagnosis demonstrates nearly normal, local enlargement, hot pain, impaired movement.

Qigong diagnosis is numb, sore and cool feeling to the hand, painful joints when the body touches the Qigong Master.

Treating Method:

Direct healing requires asking the patient to lie down or sit on a chair. Do normal breathing with the tongue tip on the palate. Lower the eyelids and relax the whole body.

The operator stands by the patient. Relax the whole body and focus his mind and lead Qi to his palms and fingers. He places one hand on Baihui (DU 20) and the other on Mingmeng (DU 4) and Dantian to dredge meridians and regulate Qi and blood. When Qi is brought to the hands, the operator strikes the patient's body for 9 times - especially the joints - to dredge meridians and promote smooth flow of Qi to kill pain.

The operator emits his Qi from his palms and leads Qi downward to dispel wind old from the patient. Then he emits his Qi to lesions for 5-10 minutes to treat local swelling and blood stasis.

Points are selected according to symptoms. Local heat: Dazhui (DU 14), Fengchi (GB 20), Hegu (LI 4), Quchi (LI II). Digital pressure applied to Quchi (Li 11), Shousanli (LI 10), Jianliao (SJ 14), Tianjing (SJ 10), Waiguan (SJ 5), Tianzong (SI 11), Jianzhen (SI 9), Houxi (SI 3) upper limbs.

Digital pressure applied to Xiyangguan (GB 33), Xiguan (LR 7), Yanglingquan (GB 34), Zusanli (ST 36), Zhaohai (KI 6), Jiexi (ST 41), Kunlun (BL 60).