Acupuncture Points in the Master Tung System

The unique numbering method in the Tung system can help us to better understand how acupuncture works. The way in which different body regions are categorized by point numbers elicits and reveals many secrets about how to choose points.   

Below are some of the most frequently used points with links to detailed descriptions and notes. In the Tung system points are used in combinations of two or three needles in close proximity - this is called a dao ma. Using dao ma's effectively is one of the secrets of the Master Tung system. When dao ma point combinations are mastered it can allow for using as few as 3 - 6 needles in a session. 

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Hand Points

 

22.01 & 22.02

Shang Bai - 22.03

Da Bai - 22.04

Ling Gu - 22.05

22.06, Zhong Bai

Wrist Flow 1 & 2

22.08 & 22.09

Forearm Points

 

33.04, 33.05, 33.06

33.08, 33.09

33.10, 33.11, 33.12

33.13, 33.14, 33.15

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Leg Points

 

77.01, 77.02, 77.03, 77.04

Three Weights  

77.05, 77.06, 77.07

Four Flowers

77.08, 77.09, 77.11

Lower Three Emperors 

77.17, 77.19, 77.21

Seven Tigers - 77.26

Thigh Points

 

Four Horses

Thigh Nine Miles Three

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