SI7 (Small Intestine 7) - Acupuncture Point Information

Chinese Name: Zhizheng
English Name: Correct of Limbs; Branch of Uprightness

Location: On a line connecting Yanggu (SI5) and Xiaohai (SI8), 5 cun proximal to the wrist.


Luo-Connecting point of the Small Intestine channel.


Clears Heat from the Upper Jiao, major distal point for neck stiffness.

Primary Indications:

Stiff neck, contracture of elbow, pain in fingers.

Secondary Indications:

Febrile diseases, psychosis.

Tertiary Indications:

Neuraesthenia, eye-dizziness.

Other Indications:

Four limbs weak, cannot make a fist, fear, groaning, all sorts of tuberculosis, small tumour of the eyes (chalazion), swelling of the jaws, pain of elbow and arm.


This information is from the book Acupuncture Point Dynamics and has been used with permission from the author John McDonald.

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(SI1, SI2, SI3, SI4, SI5, SI6, SI7, SI8, SI9, SI10, SI11, SI12, SI13, SI14, SI15, SI16, SI17, SI18, SI19)

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