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Tuina Maneuvers for Frequently Seen Disorders

Cervical Spondylopathy   

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At present, surgery is not good in the treatment of this disorder, and the tuina therapy is the first choice, because it is generally effective.  It can enlarge the interspace between vertebrae and orifices between them, make the prolapsing vertebra reposition and promote cervical vertebral physiological camber, relieve the oppression to the nerve roots, subside swelling, separate adhesions, alleviate spasms of muscles and blood vessels, improve blood circulation and increase local blood supply, and promote repairment of the injured tissues.
The frequently used maneuvers are rolling, pressing, kneading, grasping, vibrating, rotating, and rubbing.  They relax tendons and muscles, promote blood circulation and accelerate recovery.

 Periarthritis of the Shoulder  

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Pain and movement disorder are the main clinical manifestations, usually seen in physical laborers.  Excluding pathological changes of the joints, tuina therapy has positive effects.
The frequently used maneuvers are pushing with one-finger, grasping, rotating, pulling, pressing, rubbing, point pressing, stretching, and shaking to relax tendons and muscles, promote blood circulation, dredge meridians and collaterals to relievt pain, or separate adhesion and lubricate joints.

Tennis Elbow  

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It is caused by acute sprain or strain.  It occurs slowly without a history of trauma, usually seen in adults because of repeated rotation of the forearm and extension of the wrist.
The frequently used maneuvers are kneading, grasping and plucking to relax tendons and muscles and to promote blood circulation.

Wrist Joint Sprain

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It is often accompanied by a history of trauma.  Injury to the wrist  can be classified into two conditions: acute and chronic.  Acute injury may cause swelling, pain in the wrist and movement disorder, with long-term tenderness after pain deteriorates.  Chronic injury is characterized by distending pain and movement disorder. Sprain of the Ankle Joint
The frequently used maneuvers are kneading, plucking, rotating, grasping and stretching to promote blood circulation, remove stasis and lubricate joints. 

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Sprain of the ankle joint is often accompanied by lateral,medial ligament injury or ankle fracture, and is marked by swelling and pain.
The frequently used maneuvers are rubbing, kneading, point-pressing, rubbing, stretching and rotating to activate blood circulation and remove stasis, subside swelling and relieve pain.
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