What are the acupuncture points for jaw and neck pain?

It depends. There are multiple points in the body the treat jaw and neck pain. However which points are used for an individual is dependent upon the physical examination to determine which meridians have too much or not enough flow of chi in them.
Acupuncture point. One of the points that is commonly used is the li4 point; which is on the large intestine principal meridian. Your acupuncturist will be familiar with the location of this point. This should not be needled in pregnant women. There are other points used that can be reviewed with your acupuncturist.

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What are the acupuncture points for back, jaw and neck pain?

See an acupuncturist. It is not really possible to tell you exactly where the points of acupuncture for all the locations of pain you seek, in this limitted space. Some sample is shown here on the picture, but i would advise you to seek a consultation with an acupuncturist to find out what is involved and whether or not acupuncture is right for you. Good luck. Read more...
Acupuncture . May help with pain or stress (if you Believe in it enough). But the disease itself could be serious ( ? Nerve compression ? Heart pain? Gallbladder? Rumor?). Make sure it's nothing serious before you trust in acupuncture. If no serious pathology, could then attempt acupuncture. Feel better . Read more...

Can you please tell me about the acupuncture points for back and neck pain?

Many, many, many. There are over 365 acupuncture points. - there are many on the neck and the back. So, I am not sure which points you are referring to. Read more...

What are the acupuncture points for back and neck?

Too many to list. There are dozens of acupuncture points on the neck and back. The acupuncturist chooses points depending on the specific nature of the symptoms and on what they find on exam of the individual. Read more...
U can see a book. As i remeber there are 12 maridians on the body and about 760 regular points in addition to local points that can be used for treatment , depending on patient's presentation . Read more...
SHU Points. Here is one sampling of shu points (on the back) : http://www.Bing.Com/images/search?Q=acupuncture+shu+points&form=hdrsc2# there are many, many points besides the shu points. Read more...

Can acupuncture help neck pain?

Yes. Study results vary, but most studies show a modest effect of acupuncture on neck pain. It's very low risk, lower than the risk of taking medications, even over the counter medications such as ibuprofen. Here's a link to a recent study on the effects of acupuncture for chronic neck pain: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc3373337/. Read more...
Yes. In my experience the success rate is considerably higher than 30%. In acute ( short term) situations acupuncture will often relieve spasm and pain in neck. In chronic neck conditions maintenance treatments once a month or 6 weeks may be necessary once acute pain is relieved. Read more...
Successful Treatment. Acupuncture can be helpful in treating neck pain. All forms of physical medicine should be considered. Acupuncture can help with acute pain. Chiropractic and rehab should be utilized for long term care. These can also be helpful for backache, back pain, sciatica, disc bulges, etc. Read more...
Possibly. Although not understood fully, acupuncture has shown good success in some pain syndromes. Only way to know is try it out. If after 2-3 treatments you can't see a difference I would seek out a pin/spine specialist for other options. Read more...
Yes. Acupuncture can be very helpful for many causes of neck pain. Even if there is a structure lesion - it can still help to reduce inflammation and pain, increase neural flow (& Qi), blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. In this case even if not curing the lesion it is still very therapeutic. Acupuncture uses the body's internal healing processes. Read more...
Yes and no. . May help with pain or stress (if you Believe in it enough). But the disease itself could be serious ( ? Nerve compression ? Heart pain? Gallbladder? Rumor?). Make sure it's nothing serious before you trust in acupuncture. If no serious pathology, could then attempt acupuncture. Feel better . Read more...

Help please! Is acupuncture an effective way to cure back and neck pain?

It depends. Well, it is important to rule out any anatomic cause of neck or back pain. Yes most back and neck pain will respond to conservative measures and other measures such as eastern medicine, but it is first important to see a doctor to rule out any other serious causes. Read more...
Often- yes. I completely agree with dr. Yang. It is important to have chronic or severe pain assessed by your physician. Acupuncture can improve many types of back pain by breaking down ashi or trigger points. It removes obstructions in blood flow, lymph drainage, electrical conductivity & qi. It can help to improve range of motion. Talk to your physician about this great option. Read more...
Yes and no. . May help with pain or stress (if you Believe in it enough). But the disease itself could be serious ( ? Nerve compression ? Heart pain? Gallbladder? Rumor?). Make sure it's nothing serious before you trust in acupuncture. If no serious pathology, could then attempt acupuncture. Feel better . Read more...

Help please! Is acupuncture effective for relieving headaches, back and neck pain?

Often - yes. Often yes. Chinese scalp acupuncture, auricular (ear) acupuncture and treatment of specific joints and muscles can be helpful for these symptoms. Read more...
Yes and no. . May help with pain or stress (if you Believe in it enough). But the disease itself could be serious ( ? Nerve compression ? Heart pain? Infection ? Tumor?). Make sure it's nothing serious before you trust in acupuncture. See your primary. If no serious pathology, could then attempt acupuncture. Feel better . Read more...