Blog Coordinators Dott. Mauro Navarra and Dott. Dante De Berardinis

  • 06/09/2017
    linkage (Shu), heaven (Tian). Heaven qi (upper part of the body) and earth qi (lower part) meets here, it’s a linkage in the middle of the body (Hun and Po).
  • 14/06/2016

    The Scapula—Studies of Tian Zong and related points.

    In the Chinese tradition the shoulder girdle represents one’s destiny, and  Tian Zong  encourages that expression,  the actions of man in harmony with his own destiny and his own genetic past, with ‘Heaven’. This implies  human kind  guided by an innate wisdom.

  • 18/06/2015

    Therefore, thispoint is a collector either for the toracic zone and for the pelvis, to removeand absorb.
    We must add to thatthe lowering function of the Lung and the internalization of the energy passingthrough the meridians.

  • 02/03/2015
    Forthoracic pain , restlessness-fan and occasional cough, rebellious qi rising,fullness in the chest with difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, vomitingof cold phlegm(the presence of Tan due to invasion of cold is also responsiblefor the cough. The phlegm is clear, white and loose).
  • 02/03/2015
    Qirising upwards, shortness of breath, spasmodic coughing, Qi obstruction,Blocked Qi in line with the diaphragm, a crackling sound in the throat withcough and shortness of breath; difficulty eating; feeling of chest oppression,heart  and chest pain.
  • 02/03/2015
    The Heart is the head of government, the emperor, he who works with his ministers, showing the way.
    The points which treat Xin Zhu as administrator of the imperial body are found at the back( north of the imperial palace)on the line that passes from the fifth thoracic vertebra.
  • 21/01/2015
    In liver meridian we have an extra point which is: LR7, Xi; Gu, Knee Barrier, name that itself is not interesting, but it can become if we think of the term Gu in relation with other Gu points and the knee, especially from a symbolic point of view.
  • 27/11/2014
    TE 5 Wai Guan
  • 27/11/2014
    TE 4 Yang Chi
  • 20/11/2014
    TE 3 - Zhong Zhu
Acupuncture S.I.d.A - MANIFEST

The Italian school of acupuncture (S.I.d.A.) was founded with the aim to bring together the cultural experiences of various schools of acupuncture and reading of ancient texts of Chinese medicine in the light of classic Taoist interpretation of oral tradition handed down to us from prof. Jeffrey Yuen.


This, followed by a constant and careful clinical verification, inspired us to create easily reproducible treatment schemes that, distancing us from the protocols properties, leaving intact...>


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A central serous retinopathy
G. L. a 64 years old woman, the consultation reason:
Reduced visual acuity caused by a central serous retinopathy.
The disease started two years ago. It seems without a cause.
Other symptoms:
The patient just reports some occasional prophetic dreams. The symptom shows a disorder of the ministerial function of the liver. We treat it with the Ki 21 point. The Ki 21 point, You Men, tones up the blood of the liver drawing from the Chong Mai “the sea of the blood”.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) for 10 years (broncopatia e broncopneumopatia sono la stessa cosa?..ho trovato questa traduzione in inglese).
In my personal medical experience I treated four central serous retinopathy patients in this way. Three patients of them got healthy again and the last one didn’t get any improvement.
Dr. E. D’Onofrio, who works in the University of Chieti, treated other patients by the same points. I asked him to share his medical experience.

Therapy: GB 37, Ki 21 Symptoms analysis
The central serous retinopathy is a retinal disease characterized by a slight accumulation of a fluid under the retina. It could be caused by an accumulation of humidity in the retina.
In order to purify the humidity, it's necessary to use the points of the gall bladder. In this particular case you can use GB 37: the Guang Ming point.
In fact, according to our school, all GB points activate the function of purifying the humidity by the gall bladder of the curious organ.
I want to remember some points which purify the humidity in different areas:
GB 8 = Marrow
GB 22 = Vessels
GB 29 = Bone
GB 20 = Brain
GB 26 = Uterus
The points from GB 35 to GB 39 are specific (according to SIdA ) for the orifices of the head which are connected to the brain:
GB 35 = heart = word disorders
GB 36 = lung = smell
GB 37 = liver = sight
GB 38 = spleen = taste
GB 39 = kidney = hearing

Clinical course

At the end of the second session the patient says that she got an improvement of eyesight. We have to wait one month to repeat the O.C.T. in order to have an objective evaluation.

Dante De Berardinis
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