Video Demonstration

To help illustrate the Balance Method, we have shared the following videos. They are neither produced nor owned by Si Yuan.

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To respect patient’s privacy, videos are mainly for local symptoms (pain, numbness etc…). However, one should not limit the Balance Method to pain management. It is as effective to treat internal disorders of any kind as it is to treat pain!


  • In English and Portuguese: Tinnitus

    In English and Portuguese: Low back pain

    In English and Portuguese: Elbow pain

    In English and Portuguese: Hip pain

    In English and Portuguese: Low back pain

    In English and French: Sinusitis (allergy)

    In English and French: Knee pain

    In English and French: Elbow pain

    In English and French: Wrist pain

    In English and French: Neck pain

    In English and German: Multiple sclerosis

    In English and French: Allergy

    In English and French: Multiple pains

    In English and French: Wrist pain

    In English and French: Wrist pain


  • Knee pain

    Knee pain

    Hip pain

    Knee pain

    Knee pain

    Shoulder pain & tightness

    Cold & flu symptoms

    Neck & shoulder pain

    Neck & shoulder pain

    Shoulder pain and tightness

    In English and Portuguese: Neck, shoulder, arm, hand pain

    In English and French: Shoulder pain

    In English and French: Cold

    In English and French: Shoulder pain

    In English and German: Neurological tingling&numbness

    In English and German: Gum & lip pain

    In English and French: Multiple pains

    In English and French: Wrist pain

    Wrist pain

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with wrist pain from SI4 to SI5: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from BL60 to BL61.

    Tennis elbow (example 1)

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with elbow pain from SI8 to HT3: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from SI8 to HT3.

    Bilateral low back pain

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with low back pain on BL channel from L2 to L4: needle the sensitive spots from LU5 to LU6.

    Tennis elbow (example 2)

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with elbow pain from SJ9 to SJ10: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from PC3 to PC3.5.

    Cervical pain radiating to the arm

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with cervical pain radiating to the arm: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from KID3 to KID8 and from LIV4 to LIV8. (These points do not balance pain on Du Mai)

    Cervical pain radiating to the trapezius muscle

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with cervical pain radiating to the arm: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from KID3 to KID8 and from HT7 to HT3.8.(These points do not balance pain on Du Mai)

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (exemple 1)

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with carpal tunnel syndrome pain from LI5 to LI2: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in from ST41 to ST43.

    Epicondylitis

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with elbow pain in between SJ10 and LI11: needle the sensitive spots opposite side in between LU5 and PC3.

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (example 2)

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from PC8 to 6: needle the sensitive spots opposite side from LIV3 to LIV5.

    Knee Pain

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with knee pain on GB34 area: needle the sensitive spots opposite side around HT3.

    Lower back and leg pain

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with low back pain on L2 to L5 area: needle opposite side Lingku “combo” (by Si Yuan Team’s Master, inspired from Master Tung’s Lingku Dabai Zhongbai – explanation in class). For sciatica pain on ST meridian: sensitive points from PC3 to PC6, same side.

    Shoulder and arm pain

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    • We encourage you try on your patients with neck, shoulder and arm pain on LI meridian: needle opposite side sensitive points from ST42 to ST36.


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