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The pointing therapy is a part of heritage of Traditional Chinese medicine, in which various diseases can be well treated by different techniques of pointing therapy such as pointing, pressing, pinching, clapping or knocking at relative acupuncture points or on specific stimulant lines. Pointing therapy gets functions to promote vital energy and blood circulation, as a result the injured structures can be repaired and the impaired functions can be improved.

In such a therapy pointing some acupuncture points or some stimulant lines with one or more fingers is the chief skill of treatment, so that it is usually called pointing therapy.

Key Words: definition of acupressure


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