Author Archives: Ajay Singh

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Constitutional treatment in sujok therapy

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In Sujok therapy through constitutional treatment, we treat not only the disease, but the patient as a whole. If constitution is not known , then better to treat through axial relation. Energy constitution gives information about the strong and weak energies of an individual, and general amount of energies present in chakras and meridians of that person. Constitution of healthy person has some energies excess and some energies deficient but all the energies are within the margin of norm. In case of diseased constitution, the energies are either very low, or very high, and away from the margin of norm. A healthy constitution has flexibility of energy, whereas a diseased person has lost that ability to come back to normal range of energies, by self-harmonizing process. Before physical manifestation, rigidity of constitution appears at mental and emotional levels by very strong likes and dislikes.
Constitutional treatment does not change the whole constitution, but gives some flexibility to energies (diseased) so that they can stay within the normal range. Constitution of a healthy person is difficult to diagnose, because everything is in moderate range and adjusting within the margin of norm.

Pathological energies are easy to diagnose.
Congenital constitution is present by birth, it is influenced by parents, energy of time, space and time of conception. Acquired constitution occurs after birth because a person goes through various changes in time, space and energies throughout lifetime. If somebody is born with excess or deficient energy, then that energy has a tendency to create some problem throughout the life. Acquired or current constitution is of most importance, when the patient comes for treatment.

In five elements we hv 10 axis but in six ki we hv 15 axis( 10 five elements axis and 5 axis of each element with hotness energy ).
If we add brightness and Darkness it will make 28 axis.
In Five elements unit constitution is 10 ( 5 excessive +5 deficiency )

In six ki unit constitution is of 26 types.
1) Symmetrical constitution – 8 types (vertical axis – 2+ Sagittal axis -2+ Frontal axis- 2+ internal- external homo -hetero – 2 types)
2) Cross linked constitution – 12types
3) Constitution of unification of 4 energies – 6 types.

Sometimes patients move from one symmetrical constitution to other through cross linked constitution. Symmetrical constitution are most stable . symmetrical constitution has one of the axis as main axis
1. III-VI(Vertical axis )
2. I-IV (Sagittal axis)
3. II-V ( Frontal axis)

Symmetrical constitution is of two types.
1. unified
2. individual

We use to have both unified and individual constitution. We have to decide our treatment on the basis of dominant energy. If patient has dominant energy on unit level then we hv to treat on unit constitution and if patient has dominant energy on individual level then we hv to use individual constitution. To become good therapist we should try to find both constitution of the patient.

Vertical axis dominates when patient has good height, especially if excessive, during period of growth. But any axis may change with time. Vertical axis dominant during wind and heat period may remain no longer dominant at later age, even if person is tall by height. Vertical axis dominate during daytime ( 10am – 6 pm). If disease aggravates during this time, then may be vertical axis is dominant. Every organism receives brightness from brightness chakra above sahasrara, and darkness energy from darkness chakra below kundalini. This creates a vertical ( spiritual) axis for anyone residing b/w heaven and earth. This spiritual axis gives support to any axis which coincides ( overlaps) with it. Whenever we are in standing or sitting position, additional energy comes to the III-VI axis, therefore symptoms may aggravate. For fast development of children and giving energy to nervous system, babies should be held in vertical position more often, especially helpful in case of retarded children. Summer time activates vertical axis. People of vertical axis may be active during this season.

Sagittal axis: If this axis dominates then growing of belly, buttocks will manifest in the body. This axis activates during pregnancy, because new wind starts and embryo grows in amniotic fluid (humidity). Then lactation occurs. Lying down position, either on belly or on spine can aggravate any existing symptoms, because this axis overlap with VII-VIII axis. Sagittal axis gets activated during winter, therefore lots of hibernation occurs. Sagittal axis is active during night (10pm-6am).

Frontal axis can be recognized by broad shoulder, wide face, eyes apart from each other, short fingers, hypersthetic structure. Lying on either side activates frontal axis, because it then overlaps with VII-VIII axis. Spring and autumn can aggravate frontal axis. Morning (6am-10am) and evening (6pm-10pm) is time for frontal axis.

On unit level Constitution can be of excessiveness or of deficiency.
Constitution can be of excessiveness if patient has enough energy and can be of deficiency if patient has less energy. Excessive constitution begins with sedation and deficient with tonification of dominant or deficiency energy.

When vertical axis is dominant, frontal axis becomes supplementary axis, and saggital axis is absent, therefore problems related to back and front are more often because the harmonizing axis is not there.

when frontal axis dominant, sagittal axis becomes supplementary. Here vertical axis is absent. In this case, patient suffers from diseases above and below the diaphragm e.g. cerebral palsy. Energy imbalance in the III-IV axis.

When sagittal axis is dominant, vertical axis becomes supplementary axis, and frontal axis is missing. This leads to energy imbalance in left-right body parts, since axis of symmetry is not there.

On individual level constitution can be either of ah or um type . It is observed that females are more UM in constitution, whereas, males are more AH in constitution. Anyways, if the patient has more AH energy in general then treatment should begin with either sedation of AH energy or tonification of UM energy. If the patient has more UM energy then treatment should begin with either tonification of AH energy or sedation of UM energy. It is better to begin treatment with AH energies and allow UM to follow.

One more type of symmetrical constitution is Ho-He internal-external type. Here the main axis of energy is between brightness and darkness. Solar chakra, like sun has darkness at nucleus and brightness part sends rays in all direction. Skin pores are physical manifestation of the way brightness penetrates our body. In this type of constitution, diseases of internal body, manifests itself on outer body (psoriasis). Even external energy like coldness easily enters our body through various openings and like Ho, sticky molecules gets attached to internal body parts like bones. When we sweat a lot through physical activities or sauna, then these Ho particles, leave our internal body through skin pores.

I have discussed here only about symmetrical constitution in six ki.

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Frozen Shoulder

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The term “frozen shoulder” is often used injudiciously for any painful condition of the shoulder. However, there are two known entities which must be differentiated and a proper diagnosis should be made. These conditions are:
. Painful shoulder
. Adhesive Capsuilitis or Periarthritis shoulder
Codman introduced the term “frozen shoulder” in 1934 to describe patients who had a painful loss of shoulder motion with normal radiographic studies. In 1946 Neviaser named the condition “adhesive capsulitis” based on the radiographic appearance with arthrography, which suggested “adhesions” of the capsule of the Glenohumoral joint limiting overall joint space volume.

*Any condition, around the shoulder that cause pain and limitation of the movement.
*No true contracture of the capsule of the shoulder joint.
*Various conditions include tendinitis of the rotator cuff, sprain and tears of the rotator cuff, bicipital tenosynovitis of the shoulder.
*Limitation of movement which is more due to pain rather than due to capsular contracture.
Inflammation of the capsule and synovial membrane of shoulder joint leading to adhesion formation.

* Age between 40-60 years.
* Higher incidence in females.
* Exact cause is often not identifiable but may be associated with- . Prolonged immobilization
. Trauma (strain or contusion)
. Surgical trauma especially breast or chest wall procedure
. Associated with medical condition such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, ischemic heart disease, inflammatory arthritis and cervical spondylosis.

*Inflammation changes take place in the capsule and synovial membrane.
*Accumulation of exudates within the capsule.
*Adhesion form within this exudates.
*Inflammatory changes may spread to other periarticular structures.

Adhesive capsulitis is classically characterized by 3 stages.
1. Freezing phase (3-6 months):
*Onset of an aching pain in the shoulder.
*Pain is usually more severe at night and with activities.
*A sense of discomfort radiates down the arm.
*Specific traumatic event is difficult for the patient to recall.
*As symptoms progress, most patient position the arm in adduction and internal rotation.
*Many of these patients are initially treated with immobilization which only worsens the freezing phase.
2. Progressive stiffness or frozen phase
(3-18 months):
*Pain at rest usually diminishes.
*Restricted motion in all planes.
*Activities of daily routine become severely restricted.
*Patient complains about their inability to reach into the back pocket, fasten the bra, comb or wash the hairs etc.
3. Resolution or thawing phase:
A slow recovery of motions.

*Careful history and physical examination.
*A global loss of active and passive range of motion.
*Loss of external rotation with arm at the patient’s side is hallmark of this condition.

Self-limiting process, can be severely disabling for months to years. Aggressive treatment requires once diagnosis is made.

1. Physical therapy:

Mobilization techniques, stretching and strengthening exercises.

2. Sujok therapy:

First of all we need to diagnose the affected meridian. In simple cases generally any one meridian among Lungs, Large intestine , Spinal cord and Small intestine is affected. In some cases more than one meridian is also affected. Generally we need to treat on the affected side .

Next we have to diagnose the excessive energy which is causing the problem. It can be humidity (heaviness), dryness( sever pain) or coldness(unbearable pain). Depending on the symptoms we have to harmonise the energy in that meridian.

We can combine the advance renting techniques to reach the affected joint and harmonies the energy. For example if Left shoulder joint is affected then treat on wind of ah wind .

Sometimes we need to combine triorigin treatment also.

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Osteoporosis and six ki

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It is by far the commonest metabolic bone disease. It is characterized by a diffuse reduction in the bone density due to decrease in the bone mass. It occurs when the rate of bone resorption exceeds the rate of bone formation.The three main mechanisms by which osteoporosis develops are an inadequate peak bone mass (the skeleton develops insufficient mass and strength during growth), excessive bone resorption, and inadequate formation of new bone during remodeling. An interplay of these three mechanisms underlies the development of fragile bone tissue.

 Hormonal factors strongly determine the rate of bone resorption; lack of estrogen (e.g. as a result of menopause) increases bone resorption, as well as decreasing the deposition of new bone that normally takes place in weight-bearing bones. 

Two Types: 


Results  from  decreased  bone  density  without  any  underlying disease. ·  Idiopathic:  seen  in  young  &  juveniles ·  Involutional  type:  seen  in  post  menopausal  women


 Occurs due to underlying  pathology  i.e  immobilisation,  anaemia, acromegaly,  hyperthyroidism,  starvation,  effect  of  medication  i.e anticonvulsant,  large  dose  of  aspirin 


  • senility
  • post-immobilization
  • post-menopausal
  • protein deficiency
  • inadequate intake i.e. old age or illness
  • malnutrition
  • mal-absorption
  • excess protein loss i.e. 3rd degree burn
  • endocrinal
  • drug induced i.e. long term steroid therapy

Asymptomatic unless complication occurs i.e. fracture due to fall or some trivial trauma.

About 30% of bone mass must be lost to become apparent on x-ray.

.neutron activation analysis
.bone biopsy


Sujok therapy:

Generally we find excessive  hotness, dryness and coldness. So best option is  tonify heat or humidity. 

Diet : .high protein diet if deficiency

.vitamin-d intake to increase calcium absorption from gut

Exercises: Weight bearing exercise is a major stimulus to bone formation and increased guarded activity would therefore be of benefit to the patient.

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Thyroid dysfunction & Sujok Therapy

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Thyroid disease or dysfunction can explain a wide variety of symptom.

Hypothyroidism with its characteristically high TSH and low circulating thyroxine (T4) levels or Hyperthyroidism with low TSH and high T4 levels are relatively easy to recognize clinically.

But an elevated TSH associated with normal thyroid hormone levels defined as “Subclinical Hypothyroidism” is thought to be present in 4-10% of the general population and in up to 20% of women over 60 years old, while a low TSH and normal thyroid hormone levels or “Subclinical Hyperthyroidism “occurs in about 2% of the population.

Thyroid hormones are primarily involved in directing the metabolic activity of cells, and a properly regulated thyroid is therefore essential to a wide array of biochemical processes in the body. Subclinical hypo- and hyperthyroidism can therefore result in symptoms even when hormone levels appear to be normal, because the abnormal TSH indicates that there is still a disorder in thyroid regulation and because thyroid hormone activity can be affected by interactions with other hormone systems, particularly estrogens and cortisol and by some nutritional deficiencies. Management of thyroid dysfunction requires an understanding of these interactions and careful monitoring of treatment with regular thyroid function tests.

The presence of thyroid peroxidase (TPO) antibodies has been found to help diagnose thyroid disease in patients with abnormal TSH and/or mild thyroid symptoms and is used to indicate the presence of autoimmune thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s disease, the most common cause of overt hypothyroidism), since 95% of such patients are positive for TPO antibodies.

Symptoms of Thyroid Dysfunction

  • weight gain or loss
  • fatigue
  • irregular bowel habits
  • hair loss
  • sleep disturbances
  • water retention
  • menstrual irregularities
  • infertility
  • dry/brittle hair and nails
  • depression
  • high blood pressure
  • hyperlipidemia
  • heat or cold intolerance
  • muscle and joint pain

Which Tests are Included in the Complete Thyroid Profile?

TSH – Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

TSH is produced by the pituitary and acts on the thyroid gland to stimu­late production of T4. Higher than normal TSH can indicate a disorder of the thyroid gland, while low TSH can indicate over-production of T4, which acts in a negative feedback on the pituitary to reduce TSH production. Low TSH can also be caused by problems in the pituitary gland itself, which result in insufficient TSH being produced to stimulate the thyroid (secondary hypothyroidism).

Free T4 – Thyroxine

The predominant hormone produced by the thyroid gland. An inactive hormone, T4 converts to T3 within cells. Free T4 is the non-protein-bound fraction of the T4 circulating in the blood, representing about 0.04% of the total circulating T4, which is available to tissues. High TSH combined with low T4 levels indicates Hypothyroidism, while low TSH and high T4 levels indicates Hyperthyroidism.

Free T3 – Triiodothyronine

The active thyroid hormone that regulates the metabolic activity of cells. Free T3 is the non-protein-bound fraction circulating in the blood, representing about 0.4% of the total circulating T3, which is available to tissues. Elevated T3 levels are seen in hyperthyroid patients, but levels can be normal in hypothyroid patients.

Treatment By Sujok Therapy-


TSH Low and T3 &T4 normal – Operation order in thyroid and pituitary ,

TSH Low and T3&T4 also low – Tone Pituitary,

TSH Low and T3&T4 high -Sedate Thyroid.

TSH high and T3& T4 normal- Tone Thyroid.

TSH high and T3& T4 low – Tone Thyroid,

TSH high and T3& T4 also high – means tumors of pituitary or some other area there is a TSH secreting tumor or Thyroid hormone resistance. Then get thyroid scintigraphy and search for the TSH secreting tumor. If for example pituitary has that tumors then treat pituitary.

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Treat fever through sujok therapy

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Fever (also known as pyrexia or controlled hyperthermia) is when a human’s body temperature goes above the normal range of 36-37C (98-100F) 

An elevated body temperature (fever) is one of the ways our immune system attempts to combat an infection. Usually the rise in body temperature helps the individual resolve an infection. So fever is a reaction of our defence mechanism. However, sometimes it may rise too high, in which case the fever can be serious and lead to complications.

 As long as the fever is mild, we do not generally need to try to bring it down – if the fever is not severe it is probably having an effect in neutralizing the bacterium or virus that is causing the infection. If the fever is causing undue discomfort then treatment is recommended.

Sign and Symptoms of fever

  • Feeling cold 
  • Headache
  • Rashes
  • Shivering
  • Anorexia – lack of appetite
  • Dehydration – preventable if the patient drinks plenty of fluids
  • Bodyache
  • Lethargy
  • Joints pain
  • Sleepiness
  • Sweating
  • If the fever is high there may also be extreme irritability, confusion, delirium and convulsions.
  • Causes of fever

  • An infection – such as strep throatflu,chickenpox or pneumonia
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Some medications
  • Over-exposure of skin to sunlight (sunburn)
  • Heat stroke – may be caused either by exposure to high temperatures (nonexertional heat stroke) or prolonged strenuous exercise.
  • Silicosis – a type of lung disease caused by long-term exposure to silica dust.                                                                                                        The pattern of temperature changes may occasionally hint at the diagnosis:
  • Continuous fever: – (Unit Heat or Hotness)-Temperature remains above normal throughout the day and does not fluctuate more than 1 °C in 24 hours, e.g.lobar pneumonia, typhoid, meningitis,urinary tract infection.
  • Intermittent fever:(Ah Heat or Hotness)-       The temperature elevation is present only for a certain period, later cycling back to normal, e.g. malaria, kala-azar, pyaemia, or septicemia.

Generally we find two types of cross linked constitution in fever. It can be either unit or individual constitution. We need to harmonise the energy as per the symptoms. We can harmonise the energy either by meridian sujok ki or by six ki.

Since fever is defence mechanism of our body so first we try to sedate coldness to harmonies our body but if fever is very high then it can create disharmony in our body. So in case of very high fever we need to sedate heat and tonify immune system to harmonies our body.

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      Sujok Therapy can help to by pass the bypass surgery

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      what is heart disease?
      One of the key components is plaque. Plaque is a greasy layer of proteins, fats (including cholesterol), immune system cells and other components that accumulate on the inner walls of the coronary arteries. If you have plaque building up in your coronary arteries, you have some degree of heart disease. If plaque accumulates over a period of several years there will be enough collateral development so  that blood can still travel throughout the heart. However, too much plaque buildup can cause severe blood restriction, and debilitating chest pain, or angina, can result. But this build up only rarely leads to heart attacks.


      So what leads to heart attacks?
      It turns out that it’s the less severe accumulations of plaque, blocking under 50% of the artery, that often cause heart attacks. These accumulations each have a layer of cells, called the cap, which separates the core of the plaque from the blood flowing by. In the dangerous plaques, the cap is weak and thin. Consequently, as blood rushes by, it can erode the cap until it ruptures. When the cap ruptures, the core contents of the plaque mix with the blood. The blood then begins clotting around the site of rupture. The clot grows and can quickly block off the entire artery. When the artery becomes blocked over such a short period of time, there is little chance for collateral blood flow to develop. When this happens, blood flow downstream of the rupture is severely reduced and the heart muscles don’t get the oxygen they require. At this point, as heart muscle cells start to die, heart pumping mechanisms begin to fail, and the person may feel a crushing pain in the chest, or a searing pain down into an arm and up into the neck and jaw. In short, the victim starts to die. The small to medium accumulation of plaque, the plaque that blocks less than 50% of the artery, is the most deadly.
      So how can we predict the timing of heart attacks? Unfortunately, with existing technologies, we can’t. We can’t know which plaque will rupture, when, or how severe it might be.
      Remember which plaque buildups cause heart attacks? The deadly buildups are the smaller, less stable plaques that tend to rupture. The bypass operation, however, is targeted to the largest, most visible plaques, which may be responsible for chest pain, but not for heart attacks.

      Bypass surgery and angioplasty do not address the cause of heart disease, prevent heart attacks or extend the lives of any sickest heart disease patients.


      Role of Sujok Therapy-

      Reversal of heart disease without drugs or surgery is possible with the help of sujok Therapy and lifestyle modifications. It will be a proved widespread economic benefit for patients.



      Case 1– Mr S kasera age 68 yr, P/H/O–CABG,  Diabetic(on insulin), creatinine-2.5, vision reduced due to retinopathy.
      He was suffering from dyspnoea in slight exertion. But his doctor refused to go for angioplasty due to lot of complications. As a hope for life he came to us in year 2010.
      After taking treatment for three months he was free from all his problems related with heart.Still he is enjoying a smile life with a smiling heart.


      Case 2— Mr Suresh Jain age 54yr, had a CABG 15 months back but again he was facing the same discomfort. His doctor was advising him for angioplasty. He came to us with little hope.
      After taking treatment for 2 months he was free from all discomfort. Again he went through all testing and every reports were normal. 

      Treatment given-
      – Moxa in heart correspondence and energy points
      -Heat tonify (combined method) in heart meridian and visudhi chakra
      -Triorigin treatment (Ho sedation in coronary arteries)
      Body- functional system – homo functional system – circulatory system- heart-communication-coronary arteries-homo sedation.
      Ho-He-Ho-Ho-No-No-He-ho sedation
      Thanks to Prof Park for developing such a wonderful therapy which is bringing smile to society

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      Correspondence system as a reflection of triorigin model

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      Prof. Park jae woo has given us many correspondence system and in later stage he has explained it on the basis of  Triorigin  theory. Prof  has  written many books on  different correspondence system. The classification  given below are collected from different books of Prof. Park jae woo.

      The human body from the position of the triorigin model.
      – The head is spirit  neuto which symbolises the source of all the spirit of existence.
      – The neck is the zero world neuto
      -The trunk is the real world  neuto
      – In the four extremities _ arms & legs are hetero, hands &feet are homo,fingers &toes are neutro.

      Each of these body areas has its own  correspondence system.

      * The correspondence system of the HEAD

      The head has many anatomic structure of round shapes- the eyes,ear,ear lobes,the temporal bones,the tip of the nose etc.This represent the round correspondence  system. 

      These are special system that reflects the intension of the existence spirit to attain and preserve perfection.That is why these systems are different from the other and have great potential.
      They are located on all anatomic structure that have round shape. For example on the palm, knee caps,mammary glands,ankels, finger cushion etc.

      * The correspondence system of the Neck and Trunk
      The correspondence system of the neck are connected  with the zero world neuto and the correspondence system of the trunk are formed under the influence of the real world neuto.  Neuto dwells on the border of the zero and real world and is the source of all forms of being, like  the stem correspondence  system are the source of all the perfect system.
      On the neck the one -stem correspondence system  are found and on the trunk  the two -stem system.

      * The correspondence system of the Extremities :
      The correspondence system of the extremities have two varients: the front -back and the left -right system.
      The front -back are formed on the frontal plane of the body.
      The left – right system are formed with reference to the sagittal plane.
      Both the front – back and left – right correspondence system can be individual(He) and unified (Ho).

      The United  correspondence system can be closed(Ho) and open(He) type.

      1. Arm & Leg correspondence system( He).
      The four extremities going out of the trunk reflect the hetero stage of the formation of the embryo. In this system Brain correspondence is explained in detail .

      2. Hand & Feet correspondence system(Ho).
           The correspondence system of the hand and feet reflects the homo stage of the formation of the human body. .Among all parts of the body the hands have the maximum degree of similarity to the body.
      There are  four kinds of the perfect system of correspondence of hand& feet to the body.
      a) The standard  correspondence  system( He).
      b) The Yoga correspondence system(Ho)

            ( Type1&Type2)
      c) The side correspondence system  (Four varient)(Ne)
      d) The stem correspondence system(Four types )(No)

      3.The Finger & Toes correspondence system (Ne).

       The Finger &Toes are the most developed and perfect part of the body (Ne)

        There are four types of the Finger&Toes correspondence system of the body.

      a) Bowling pin system

      b) Insect system

      c) Root system 

      d)Mini system 

      Therefore using the Triorigin  approach to classification of the correspondence system  we can understand the various correspondence system. Understanding the principles of the organisation of the correspondence system permits to easily  orientate oneself in the great number of systems located on the different body parts and to select the most effective  system for treatment in each particular case.

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      Treat Facial palsy by sujok Therapy

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             FACIAL PALSY
      This is a condition in which there is a lesion of the facial nerve and resultant paralysis in the muscles that it supplies.
      The main muscles affected are:   Occipitofrontalis,Orbicularis oculi,Corrugator and procerus,Zygomaticus major and minor,levator anguli oris,levator labii superioris,Buccinator,Orbicularis oris, Risorious,Depressor anguli oris and depressor labii inferioris and mentalis.

      The cause is unknown.It can occur at any age and is not gender specific.

      This is often sudden.The patient may have a history of earache or of having been in a draught.Often the patient wakes up with the paralysis,having been perfectly normal the night before.

      The facial nerve becomea swollen and hyperamic within the facial canal,in which there is limited space.The nerve rapidly becomes compressed and conductivity is lost

      1.Loss of facial expression
      2.Drooping of the lower eyelid,eyebrow and corner of      the mouth sag
      3.Closing of eye is difficult
      4.Eating is difficult because food collects in the side of   the cheek and fluids seep out of the corner of mouth
      5.Speaking,whistling and drinking are impaired
      6.non-verbal communication is lost as the patient cannot register pleasure,laughter,surprise,interest and worry.

      1.Zone Sujok ki – V1 or V7
      Immediate effect is seen in the movement of eye lid
      2. Six ki- St meridian covers most parts of the face and as per six ki classification of 12 cranial nerves  Facial nerve comes under Ah humidity. So we selected St meridian for treatment. Paralysis is due to excessive coldness energy. So treatment given was coldness sedation hotness tonification in St meridian.

      1.Mr R.Karniwal age 74 yrs was suffering from Rt side facial palsy from 3 weeks. With in less than 30 sec improvement was seen in movement of eye lid by applying magnet in V7. Patient was advised to apply magnet daily for 2 hrs.Six ki treatment was given on alternative days. In 8 sitting patient was 100% cured.

      2. Master Md Aslam age 11 yrs was suffering from left side facial palsy frm 1 week. In this case also immediate effect was seen in the movement of eye lid by applying magnet on V1. Same six ki treatment was given and we got 90% results in just 4 sitting.

      3. Mr Ranjit Mondal age 23yrs was suffering from left side facial palsy frm 6 months due to multiple infracts in brain. Same treatment was given and in 15 sitting patient was 100% cured.

      Smile thanks to Prof Park for developing a wonderful therapy.

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      Skin disease (Verruca vulgaris )

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      I hv treated this case with the help of six ki and triorigin theory. One of my physiotherapist friend was suffering from this problem and he had tried allopathic and homeopathy. But there was no result. I got 100% result in two months. 

      Before treatment

      Treatment given- 

      Six ki- Dryness and coldness sedation in Li

      Triorigin treatment- 
      As the problem was on foot area so I selected neuto structure system Body- structure system- Neuto structure system( No finger)- hand and foot is homo so homo jt- problem is only in foot so neuto( neuto point) again neuto finger open – skin problem so hetero jt- hetero sedation homo tonification neutro tonify neuto rent.

      After treatment

      I hv treated  many cases of  warts of different areas by local triorigin .In all cases 100% result was achieved. Smile thanks to Prof Park for developing such a wonderful therapy.

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