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Gall Bladder Channel Internal Obliques
Origin: Iliac crest, inguinal ligament, and thoracolumbar fascia. Insertion: Last three or four ribs cartilage, and Linea Alba.
Position: lying down with knees drawn up, arms across shoulders and lower back pushed into table.Rotation: Twist the hips to one side whilst knees remain in a tucked positionStabilise: Place hand on the same side shoulderMonitor. Perform by monitoring against the opposite knee to push the hips flat and reinstate the arch into back
TCM GB Muscles:
Piriformis, tensor fascia latae, glut medius,internal and external obliques, transverse abdominalsAK GB Muscles: Anterior deltoid, popliteusYang Channel- For gall bladder, headache, decision making
Nerve Supply: inferior division of Oculomotor III.
Sympathetic: T5-T9 Parasympathetic: Vagus X
Anterior: Bilateral between rib 3 & 4 next to the sternumPosterior: Bilateral 2cm from midline at between T3 & T4.Neuro-Vascular Reflex: Bregma. Yuan point: GB40Nutrition: Vit. C, RNA.Reference: Kendall & Kendall, p315Walther D, 2nd ed. p350NV NL