Not pressing the right point

A lady had an automobile accident some five years ago. She went to physical therapy, Western doctors, Chinese doctors, acupuncture and acupressure treatments, and Zen for Health Buddhist temple to seek unconventional help. Alas, no relief from severe shoulder pain was found.

One Sunday in June, 2013, the lady asked to see what can be done to get rid of her lingering pain in her left shoulder and left arm. An indentation next to the main muscle on the right side of her neck was felt, and when that “point” was pressed, it hurt and a strong numbness shot through her left shoulder down her left arm. Her five years of lingering pain was relieved almost instantly.

She commented: For so many years, nobody had pressed the right spot until now.


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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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