Acupressure points for paralysis

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Acupressure points for paralysis

The acupressure points to press for paralysis depend on where the paralysis is.

In general, acupressure points, i.e., traditional acupuncture points, are used in addition to deep tissue massage of muscle groups.

Acupressure points on the legs from the back of the waist down to the soles of the feet are pressed to alleviate leg paralysis.

Acupressure points on the arms from the neck down to the finger tips are pressed to alleviate arm paralysis.

Acupuncture points on the chest are used from the neck down to the upper abdomen are pressed to alleviate chest tightness.

The acupressure points on the ankles and feet, on the inner sides of the feet, and the soles are pressed to alleviate tightness in the ankles and feet.


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