A Movable Point (MP) is by definition the opposite of a stable point. The term Movable Point is used to describe “acupoints” that can be found all over the body, without a specific name, number or location, which sometimes are invisible and constantly moving. MPs can be detected by simple observation, finger probing, by moxibustion or by electrical identification. A thorough investigation on MPs is necessary in order to reveal their nature and to facilitate their clinical utilization.
This paper introduces Professor Yuan-Sheng TAN’s view to treat hypertension symptoms of “deficiency, stasis and wind” from the aspects of theory, therapy, prescription and herbs. Before introducing the sub-theses of “deficiency, stasis and wind”, it briefly sorts out the discourses of physicians through the ages. protocol.