Author: Wen Ruigen
Chinese Association for TCM Physicians, Taiwan
Conference/Journal: 4th World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1998
Other: Pages: 16 , Word Count: 267
In June 1988, I began to learn Jingyuan Qigong from Huang Ruisengt a famous Qigong master in the Zhejiang Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Jingyuan Qigong is a form integrated with acupuncture, tuinat, digital pressure and Qi emission in the treatment of lumbar problems caused by strains, trauma, rheumatism, exposure to cold, infection and congenital defects and maldevelopment manifested as injury to the lumbar ligaments, prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc, spinal tuberculosis, spondylitis, enlarged arthritis, fracture, tumor, aching pain on one or both sides of the low back, rigidity and pain of the lumbar region, worse on wet days, etc.
The operator emits his Qi towards the patient's cervical vertebrae and leads Qi downward to Mingmen (DU 4), Ciliao (BL 32) to dredge meridian Qi.
The operator emits his Qi from Shixuan (Ex--UE Il) towards Heding (Ex-LE 2) to vibrate the patient's legs.
The operator moves the patient's legs towards both sides to an angle of 75 degrees by emitted Qi.
The operator emits his qi towards the patient's Heding
(Ex-LE 2) and makes the patient's legs stretch straight.
The operator emits his Qi from Laogong (PC 8) to the patient's Fengshi (GB 3l) and Xiangu (ST 43) and raises the patient's legs by emitted Qi.
The operator emits his Qi towards the patient's Huantiao
(GB 30) and Zusanli (ST 36) and raises the patient's hips and
makes his low back move.
The operator emits his Qi to the patient's Heding (EX-LE 2) and makes the patient's legs lie flat.
The above procedure can be repeated again and again and gradually increase the moving frequency of the low back. It takes about 15 to 30 minutes for one treatment.