A patient who had dizziness came in. After I treated her front side, I checked her back. When I check her left Ichu (BL40) which was located at the back of her knee, there was swelling and pain with pressure. While I was treating the point, she was saying that her neck became loose gradually and after the treatment, her dizziness was gone. The next time when I saw her, she said there was no dizziness since the last treatment and when I checked her Ichu (BL40), there was no swelling at all. Ichu (BL40) is usually used to loosen up the low back, but in this case, it affected the neck, leading to the disappearance of dizziness. I realized that it was also good to check Ichu (BL40) even when the problem was related to the neck instead of the low back.
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