https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzTtsb ... sp=sharing

Video tutorial 1,2,3 treatments ... ( in order of disease found in the catalog notes explanation below)



Explanation of Video tutorial 1 :

a- Cure Arm pain: In the first minute instructions on how to treat musculoskeletal  arm pain bymassaging various acupoints to help restore normal muscle function.

b- Cure Foot pain : at minute 6:20 of the video is Foot pain treatment guidelines described the period during which the patient is oriented into the sitting position, while the Healer is standing and using his hand presses down firmly on the patient’s knee to stretch ligaments, and  pushes the patient’s leg into the hip joint.
The patient is sitting on a bed with legs straight, using a pillow to make a 5cm to 10 cm support forthe patient’s knee, use your hand 
applied force upon the patient’s knee against the bed relaxing the patient’s knee joints and stretching the muscles and tendons in the back of the leg.  A thrust of the hand with resistance from the bed provides instant relief with leg pain.  At the same time have another person took up the patient’s feet and toes pushed back to relax the tendons and nerves of the legs.  For the patients with paralyzed legs, stretch and twist the patient’s feet to the left or to the right to adjust the hip.  The results are a restored joint, and aligned bones so the patient’s foot are not off normal position in or out of alignment.

For the patient with knee pain that she is unable to sit, kneel, or squat, the treatment continues as the patient is in sitting position, the Healer pushes one foot and heel on the patient’s butt, brings the patient’s knees forward and patted/ taping on her knee several times to dilate veins enhancing blood circulation to the injured tissue and muscle mass providing instant relief with knee pain.  Treat ankle pain by pressing the patient’s foot against the buttocks thighs to alleviate excessively hypertonic (tight) muscles and increases blood circulation to the knee and ankle so that patient can sit or kneel down easily.

c - Cure knee pain:
at minute 10:00 of the video
If the patient still experiences knee pain, this is due to blood not circulated.  Use your hand applies force upon the acupoint called Tất Nhãn, “Grave Eye”, which symbolized the eyes of the knee.   It is as the two holes on each side of the knee, or is localized at the hollow points at the four sides and center of the knee

d - Cure privation pain in the foot: at minute 10:44 of the video
Thorn heel pain caused by high blood calcium, which in turn spikes calcification creating convergence in the foot.  Use diabetic testing needle slogan coined all black blood until the Healer see red blood that is when the patient shall be no longer experienced pain when walking.
The cause for this pain in the foot is caused by use of calcium and/or osteoporosis medication.  Calcium increases blood pressure, dries of blood cells, and therefore blood circulation is clogged. The blood cells then gathered calcification.

e - Cure butt neuralgia: at minute 12:26 of the video
Patient experiences pain around the pelvis area, buttocks pain, and experiences pain when sitting after having a surgery (cutting off a nerve) with 2 buttock surgery scars of longer than 10cm.
The patient lies on the bed face down while the Healer pats on the patient’s buttocks at the acupoint Bát Liêu to vent blood drain down the leg. Claw mid calf bottom line acupoints Kunlun and Phục Lưu, “Restoration Save”, localized on the outer and inner ankle mid calf providing the necessary oxygen and increased blood flow from the legs and to the spine.
Then find the pain points on the spine by palpation or use of a thermometer to find the temperature difference of body parts with high temperature or low temperature.  The area of the body which has no temperature is where blocking of the pathways that oxygen uses to travel within the body and no blood flows giving rise to circulatory problems. Use a diabetic testing needle slogan coined all black blood in the body part with no temperature, and then lit squeeze blood with the aim of clearing blockages to allow oxygen to flow throughout the body more efficiently to the diameter of 5 static vented toes.
The acupoint Dương Lăng Tuyền, “Yangling”, dilate veins, pain relievers of the flow of life energy which flows through "meridians" in the body known as the Dom.  The patient lies on the bed face up and the Healer applies pressure on the acupoint Túc Lâm Khấp to increase fluid movement (blood, synovial, and lymph), enhancing balance and proprioception when sitting.

f -Cure shrinkage wrist tendon pain: at minute 25:50 of the video
Pressure is applied by hand on the patient’s wrist pressing the patient’s five fingers folded in.  Have the patient inhales simultaneously while the Healer holds tight on the patient’s hands and applies pressure by elbow on the patient’s five fingers. Then, have the patient exhale strongly and the Healer opens the patient’s palm and pulls the fingers.
The video then showed instructions on how to cure arm pain and spastic fingers by pressing shoulder to elbow.

g – Cure of neck fatigue: at minute 28:45 of the video
Check to find where the pain by stroking from the acupoint Phong Phủ to the acupoint Đại Chùy.  Ensure that the patient informs the Healer of when and where the patient is in pain as the Healer is stroking along two acupoints in attempts to indicate a blockage of vital flow and to see which of the seven vertebrae of neck in pain.
In the case of the pain localizes at the patient’s 7th vertebrae and at the acupoint Đại Chùy, treat the patient by stroking along the cervical vertebrae.  However, treating the patients with high blood pressure, the Healer strokes along the patient’s cervical vertebrae down from the acupoint Phong Phủ to the acupoint Đại Chùy to lower blood pressure.   Treating the patients with low blood pressure, the Healer stroking up the patient’s cervical vertebrae from the acupoint Đại Chùy to acupoint Phong Phủ.
Then, stimulate vital flow of both dorsal vertebras by stroking down from the acupoint Đại Chùy along the spine.  Use the thumb horizontally with slit-like motion to separate/ alter joint restriction and joint range of motion of each vertebra from first vertebra, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th.  The joints between each vertebra are in the order of the following acupoints:  Đại Chùy, Đào Đạo, Thân Trụ, Thần Đạo, Linh Đài, Chí Dương.  

The purpose of finding the sore spots is to locate where bone degenerations are, and where blockages of blood flows through the body are (i.e. no nourish of  the blood => Use diabetic testing needle slogan coined all black blood squeezing blood out is necessary to help blood flow to the muscles and joints which were in pain.)  People have clogged acupoint Chi Duong, experience the most painful. The Healer needs to apply firm, direct pressure on this acupoint Chi Duong anti-clockwise. Carefully rubbing this acupoint and, at the same time, use the other hand holding the patient's forehead and pushes the head back slowly at 30 to 45 degrees angle so that the patient is facing up toward the ceiling.  By doing this, an increase of blood flow to the muscles and deep tissues alleviates the pain, clearing blockages in these meridians; thereby, the patient shall breathe easier.

Four exercise steps simply to stimulate blood and oxygen flow to the neck:
Hold the patient's head tilted to the left at about a 15-degree angle, and then tilt to the right at about a 45-degree angle to see which side of the neck is stiffer.

Pull the patient's head forward tilting chin downwards and dipping towards the chest to see if the patient experiences pain. Tight muscles will constrict and compress everything around cervical vertebrae or tendons, often resulting in pain, muscle tension, and corresponding diminished blood flow are especially likely to be painful. Check joint conditions in areas around the cervical vertebrae in the middle, or left side, or right side of the neck, looking for stiffness or sore points. Apply steady and stationary pressure on the contracted muscles maintaining that pressure while making very small circles with your pressing finger; or squeeze blood from the contracted muscles to improve the blood supply to the neck muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the affected area, and stimulate the stretch reflex in muscles.

Have the patients tilt head back to see if the patient still experiences pain and limited range of motion. If pain reported, apply firm finger pressure on acupoint Chi Duong, or below the acupoint Chi Duong two vertebraes is acupoint “Balance Rinse”, horizontal to two acupoints Can Du.
If rotating the head side to side and shoulder tendon feels so stiff, then use loose fist tapping down in V-shaped direction, begins from the middle of the neck down to the top of the shoulder, patting down to acupoint Chi Yang “Ultimate Positive” which is the 7th vertebra, then patting down on the other side of the shoulder down to the acupoint Chi Yang .

h-Healing hands trembling, shortness of breath due to chest pain:
At 37:05 minutes of the video
Healing shaking hands by preventing blockages from the chest to the hand due to a mass at the between rib number 2 and rib number 3, press on the spaces between the ribs (aka intercostal spaces) while stretching the patient's arm at the same time as demonstrated in the video tutorial.

i-Chest pain and difficulty breathing: at 38:10 minutes of the video
Use the thumb press horizontally with slit-like motion to separate/ alter joints restriction of each of 7 thoracic vertebrae of the upper back, and 7 cervical vertebrae begins from the first dorsal vertebra down to the Seventh thoracic vertebra to release the stiffed muscles; thereby, will enable the patient to breathe [more easily]. Note: The patient in the video has a mass of the intercostal muscles of third, fifth, sixth, seventh thoratic vertebra contracted/fused together shrinking the size of the chest cavity.

Then have the patient tilt his head down so chin closed to chest to see if the patient still experiences pain. If neck pain reported, apply steady and light pressure downward along the tendons on two sides of the cervical vertebrae.

Note: The patient in the video has a strain of three thoracic vertebrae's muscles. Paws 2 thoracic vertebral segments and the neck then have the patient tilt his head back. This is in tendon pathologies promotes flexibility and mobility of the body's connective tissues surely provide relief from the pain, therefore attention to acupoints is unnecessary.

When the patient bends down and his back is painful, the treatment for lower back pain similar to the upper back pain treatment, as seen above.

k-Relieve wrist and finger spasticity degeneration: at 43:11 minutes of the video. This is due to blood not being able to the hand. Hold and shake of the wrist until the wrist muscle is relax[stimulate and relax muscle groups in set pattern of movements] , the meridian is clear that blood flows through the wrist. Then, stroke the finger on the meridians of the fingers. On the back of the hand, stroke from toward the wrist and on the palm, stroke from the wrist to the fingers. Then repeat the steps in the first paragraph of this video for treating arm pain and treat trembling hands as explanation in paragraph .
Four exercise steps simply to "switch-on" blood and oxygen flow to the neck:
Hold the patient's head tilted to the left at about a 15-degree angle, and then tilt to the right at about a 45-degree angle to see which side of the neck is stiffer.
Pull the patient's head forward into a tilt to the front with chin dipping towards the chest and see if the patient experiences pain.

Cathy Chau Dieu Bao