Pressure Points of the Martial Combat System

Koori Pressure Point top of foot


CAVITY POINT Koori. NAME: Koori Translation, two words, Koo “ simultaneously in two different directions” and Ri, “advantage”, or Simultaneous, two way advantage. PRESSURE POINT: Liver # 3 also called Tai Chung. LOCATION: Gap between the first and second toe on the foot surface of the web. DIRECTION: Perpendicular. DEPTH: 0.3 to 0.5. VASCULATION: Regional anatomy; The dorsal venous network of…
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genkon pressure point chin


Cavity Point # 9, Genkon Name: Genkon, also known as Chian, translation, the present or prevailing state of things. Strike point: Cv #24. Location: In the depression in the center of the Mentolabial groove, Direction of strike: Turning downward. Depth: 0.2 to 0.3. Vasculation: The branch of the inferior labial artery and Veins. Innevation: The branch of the facial nerve. Technique:…
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Shen Men

CAVITY POINT Shen Men NAME: Shen Men, translation, vessel of the house of shen. ACUPOINT: Bladder # 62 – Shenmai or Shen Men point. LOCATION: Out side of the back of the foot, behind outer ankle. DIRECTION: Strike against the bone, then turn in a downward direction. VASCULATION: The external malleolar arterial network, possibly a…
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Super Chi Point

CAVITY POINT – Super Chi Point NAME: Lost to most charts. It has been given the name super chi point. LOCATION: The center of the umbilicus or the belly button. DIRECTION: Perfectly Straight. DEPTH: 2 to 3 inches. VASCULATION: The inferior epigastria artery and vein. INNERVATION: The anterior branch of the tenth intercostal nerve INDICATION: Abdominal pain, borborygmus, flaccid type of apoplexy,…
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uchi kuro bushi Pressure Point ankle

Uchi Kuro Bushi

CAVITY POINT Uchi Kuro Bushi NAME: Uchi Kuro Bushi, translation- uchi-inside, kuro-suffering, bushi-warrior. Acupoint name, Zhaohai meaning; the eight confluent point or K# 6. The word confluent meaning, Flowing together into one, or eight flowing into one. LOCATION: In the depression of the lower border of the medial malleolus or one cun (inch) below the medial malleolus.…
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fukuto Pressure Point


CAVITY POINT Fukuto Name: Fukuto Fengshi -Gb # 31. Translation- city of wind. Location: Fukuto, is located on the midline of the lateral aspect of the thigh, about seven cun above the transverse popliteal crease. Direction: Perpendicular. Depth; 0.7 to 1.2. Vasculation: The muscular branch of the circumflex femoral artery and vein. Innervation: The lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, and the…
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Muyo Bone

CAVITY POINT Muyo Bone Name: Muyo bone, close to the Zhengdu, translated (capital) Liv # 6. Location: Inside edge of the tibia, seven cun above the tip of the medial malleolus, on the medial aspect near the medial border of the tibia. Direction: Muyo bone; strike directly to inner tibia bone. Zhengdu; subcutaneously. Depth: 5.0 to 7.0 cun Vasculature: The…
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keichu Pressure Point back of neck


Cavity Point Keichu. Name Name: Keichu; Translation, concentration Strike point: Just below GV #16. Location: Center of the back of the neck, between the third and fourth Cervical vertebrae. Depth: 0.5 TO 0.8. Vasculation: The branch of the occipital arteries and vein of both sides. Innervation: The branch of the greater occipital nerve. Technique: Two fingers twisted fist, best strike elbow.…
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seidon pressure point above and below eye


CAVITY Seidon Name: Seidon- meaning unknown, if the word in spelled Seiden-meaning authentic. Strike point: Two points: 1) above the eye, the extra ordinary point Yuyao. 2) Below the eye, Stomach #1 (St#1). Location: Yuyao, middle of the eyebrow ,St#1, with the eye looking forward, the point is under the pupil, between the eyeball and the infraorbital ridge. Element:…
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mimi pressure point ear


CAVITY # Mimi Name: Mimi, definition the ear itself. Striking point: None Location: Whole of the Ear Direction of strike: Perpendicular Depth: This is the standard compression strike. Vasculation: Facial Vein Innervation: Facial Nerve Type of damage: Eardrum, Swelling of the outer ear. Power: Extreme rooted stance, high speed, slight twist of the upper torso.…
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