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Kang: A Study of Acupuncture at the Sea Point in an Ankle Sprain※
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Abstract

Objectives:

This study was performed to understand the meaning of acupuncture at sea point in an sprain in orther to Yin Gi.

Methods:

We have researched some oriental books and articles about ankle sprains, Kyung Keun, acupuncture and five su point. And we investigated the meaning between the sea point and Yin Gi in acupuncture of an ankle sprain.

Results & Conclusions:

In other to Yin Gi, using the sea point in an ankle sprain, there are two meanings.
One is decreasing pain through regulating UmYang, and the other is regulating the mobility of the ankle joint using Kyung Keun.

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