FYI... the entire body is rift with accupuncture points and hitting points that don't just happen to be coincident. They are based on the autonomic and sympathetic nervous systems and are dynamically connected.

The TCM accupuncture points were used to treat hitting points damage because they were essentially "damage to areas of chi generation, flow, use, or conduits for chi".

Regardless of what you call the points, they are dynamically linked in the body's operational systems and damage to the nerve centers can be caused by striking points connected to the "nerve bundles", such as solar plexus or maxillary plexus, or by hitting the nerve bundle itself. Either way, the fix is to use that system of TCM points for treatment and/or the methods developed in TCM with accupuncture or accupressure.

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