Our Concept

Our Concept

We combine biological and general dentistry for a holistic approach

“Biological” refers to the physiology, behavior, and other qualities of living organisms. “Dentistry” refers to the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, management, and treatment of conditions affecting the mouth, jaws, and other interconnected structures. When you combine these two concepts, you end up with not only a powerful way to keep your smile healthy; biological dentistry also keeps your entire body functioning at its healthy best.

At our practice, we focus on dental techniques, procedures and products that enhance your life in the most natural way. We believe that every material placed in your mouth should be non-toxic, and we do not remove otherwise healthy tooth structures. Patients benefit from our approach and enjoy a more natural appearance and feel, and repairs result in a natural and healthy function.

Biocompatible materials

Every material and treatment offered by Dr. Son is used with the patient’s safety and comfort in mind. We work closely with you to understand your goals and the options for treatment, always looking to biocompatible materials and state-of-the-art techniques that will bring the best, long-lasting results, whatever your symptoms.

A patient is more than any symptom, and we do whatever we can to treat the full patient, considering the health-impact on your whole body when discussing treatment options. We are a mercury-free practice, and can help you remove mercury fillings, replacing them with safe, aesthetically pleasing biocompatible composite resin. We test all the materials we use to determine which will align well with your specific physiology. Every patient is different, so no two treatment plans should be the same. Dr. Son will work closely with you to determine the best course of treatment based on your goals and health-needs.

Biological Dentistry

What biological dentistry can mean for your health

Metal-free dentistry

Fluoride & latex-free dentistry

Biocompatible materials

Preventative care

Biocompatibility testing

Individualized procedures & protocols

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About Dr. Son

Dedication and passion for whole body wellness

Dr. David Son brings a wealth of experience gained over two decades as a top biological dentist to our practice in Irvine, CA. He is recognized as an exceptional dentist due to his expertise and qualifications, among which his training in biological dentistry from Swiss Biohealth Clinic in Switzerland: Dr. Son is the only dentist in California to be certified at this prestigious biological dentistry institute, and one of 2 in the United States. His expertise benefits patients who are seeking advanced biological dental treatments from a dentist dedicated to excellence.

With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Son is passionate about dentistry and has an in-depth understanding of the impact of oral wellness on the lives of his patients. He always strives to share this knowledge with others and to safeguard his patients’ health with comprehensive, advanced biological dental care.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Biological dentistry is to be understood as an extension of conventional dentistry. It takes a holistic view of the patient and focuses on naturopathic aspects. In addition to oral health, Biological Dentistry also focuses on the patient’s general health and immune system. Interfering fields such as harmful fillers and metals are removed and replaced by biological substances.

Through the holistic approach, interference fields are often better identified and treated from their origin.

Chronic diseases such as allergies, headaches or back pain are often not associated with teeth, but can be their starting point. Biological dentistry with its holistic approach recognizes the sources of the interference fields and treats not only secondary diseases.

The Biodental Solutions Swiss Concept is an all-encompassing treatment concept, focused on the individual needs of the patient. Under the guidance of the best doctors and pioneers in biological dentistry, the concept aims at the lasting and holistic health of the patient.

The numerous, impressive experiences of our patients also speak for a treatment according to the Biodental Solutions Swiss Concept.

We are a mercury-free practice, and can help you remove mercury fillings, replacing them with safe, aesthetically pleasing biocompatible composite resin. We test all the materials we use to determine which will align well with your specific physiology. Every patient is different, so no two treatment plans should be the same. 

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Meridian Tooth Chart

The Meridian Tooth Chart is based on acupuncture meridians, pathways of energy that span across interrelated body parts, glands, and tissues. Each tooth is associated with a particular meridian, through which energy flows. Dentists familiar with the Meridian Tooth Chart are often able to assess patients’ general state of health and wellness simply through a review of the oral environment. If a weakness in a particular system or organ exists, the condition of the tooth associated with that area could exacerbate the problem.

Top Jaw

  • Meridian: small intestine
  • Organs: duodenum, heart
  • Glands: anterior lobe of pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: C7, T1, T5, & T6, S1 & S2
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C8, T1, T5, T6, T7, S1, S2, & S3
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus, inner ear
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: toes, plantar foot, sacroiliac joint, ulnar hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: aphonia after excessive talking, nocturnal brachialgia in the upper extremities, brain or spinal tumors, central and peripheral defunctionalization phenomena, central nervous system, cerebral spasms, eczema of the hands, edema of the hands, epilepsy and disorders of the motor systems (MS), face, headache & migraine, mind (control of physcho-vegetative state), neuritis, neuralgia, periarthritis humeroscapularis, sciatica, skin problems, tinnitus, trigeminus, vegetative dystonia, vitality disorders, weather-induced hemicrania, weather sensitivity.
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: bladder, breast, pancreas, stomach
  • Glands: adrenal, breast, parathyroid, pineal
  • Vertebrae: CT11 & T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11 & T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, shoulder, mandible
  • Other Relationships: Ailments of the urinary bladder, communication, dialysis, mammary gland, servo-sterring of osmosis, periarthritis humeroscapularis felt as pain in the posterior shoulder, rheumatic symptoms in the joint of the humero-ulnar area, sometimes radiating to the ear, thermal & turbulance, waking sleep state.
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, kidneys, liver, pancreas, stomach
  • Glands: thyroid, pituitary
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, mandible
  • Other Relationships: cerebral irritation, excretion of citrates, oxalates, phosphates and urates, hepatogenic cephalgia, hypothalamus, kidneys, kidney stones, larynx, mammary gland, nystagmus, partnership, rheumatism, suspension crystallization of body fluids, vocal cords.
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: duodenum, gallbladder, large intestine, liver, right lung, small intestine
  • Glands: thymus, thyroid
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C6, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C6, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus, ethmoid cells
  • Musculature: trunk & extremities
  • Joints: big toe, elbow, foot, radial hand, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: Arterial constriction of organs, ascending colon (upper) and traverse colon, chlorogenic migraine, control gall meridian, dilation of veins, duodenal & pyloric stenosis, dynamics, dyscholia, family problems, liver-gall dyskinesia, peristalsis & motility in small and large intestine, rhythmicity, varices, ventilation switch in diverticulitis (Vater’s).
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: large intestine, liver, pancreas, right lung, stomach
  • Glands: posterior pituitary, thyroid
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: eye, ethmoid cells, maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk & extremities
  • Joints: big toe, foot, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: ablatio retinae, agrypnia, ascending colon (upper) & traverse colon, cell respiration, diseases of the ocular fundus, diseases of the eye, dysthyreosis, dysbiosis & dyspepsia of the liver-stomach pacreas, enzymatics, fermentation, mental varieties, schizophrenic aspects, vegetative dystonia

    Positioning of all 4ths are key to the 8th

  • Meridian: gallbladder / liver
  • Organs: gallbladder, heart, right liver
  • Glands: posterior lobe of pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: T9, T10
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T8, T9, T10
  • Sensory: eye
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, hip
  • Other Relationships: anger, angina pectoris, blood density, blood metabolism, cardial edema, depression, dysphasic states, fear, flow rate, infarction & thrombosis, instability, kidney function, lack of concentration, moodiness, prothrombin steering, sadness, stagnation, stenocardia.
  • Meridian: bladder
  • Organs: bladder, right kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: pineal
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: coccyx & sacrum, posterior knee, foot
  • Other Relationships: connection: intestinal circulation, lymphatic defense mechanisms & buildup, lymph and white blood cells, lymph tracts, sexual organs, vascular tonus, ductus thoracicus, hemophilia, hematopoiesis, lymphatic blood regulators, prothrombin.
  • Meridian: bladder / kidney
  • Organs: bladder, kidneys, urogenital
  • Glands: epididymis, pineal
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: coccyx & sacrum, posterior knee, foot
  • Other Relationships: anger, conceptual connections, creative genetic world, depression, emotional disturbances, fear, hormonal capacity, impotence, instability, kidney functions, mental dynamics, moodiness, sadness, sterility, vitality.
  • Meridian: bladder / kidney
  • Organs: bladder, left kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: epididymis, pineal
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: coccyx & sacrum, posterior knee, foot
  • Other Relationships: anger, conceptual connections, creative genetic world, depression, emotional disturbances, fear, hormonal capacity, impotence, instability, kidney functions, mental dynamics, moodiness, sadness, sterility, vitality.
  • Meridian: bladder
  • Organs: bladder, left kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: pineal
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: coccyx & sacrum, posterior knee, foot
  • Other Relationships: connection: intestinal circulation, lymphatic defensive mechanisms & build-up, lymph and white blood count, lymph & tracts, sexual organs, vascular tonus, ductus thoracicus, hemophilia, hematopoesis, lymphatic blood regulators, prothrombin.
  • Meridian: gallbladder / liver
  • Organs: heart, left bile ducts, left liver
  • Glands: posterior lobe of the pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: T9, T10
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T8, T9, T10
  • Sensory: eye
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: hip, posterior knee, foot
  • Other Relationships: anger, depression, dysphasic states, eye diseases, fear, infarction & thrombosis, instability, infraction donor, kidney problems, lack of concentration, moodiness, prothrombin, sadness, stagnation, steering, stenocardia.
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: left large intestine, left lung, liver, pancreas, stomach
  • Glands: thyroid, posterior lobe of the pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C5, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells, eye, maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: ablatio retinae, agrypnia, cell respiration, descending colon (upper) & traverse colon, diseases of the ocular fundus, dysbiosis, dyspepsia of the liver-stomach pancreas, dysthyreosis, enzymatics, eye diseases, fermentation, maxillary sinus, mental varieties, schizophrenic aspects, vegetative dystonia.

    The key positioning of the 4ths is similar to the 8th.

  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: duodenum, gallbladder, large intestine, left lung, liver, small intestine
  • Glands: thymus, thyroid
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells, maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: arterial constriction in organs, chlorogenic migraine, descending colon (upper) and traverse colon, dilation of veins, duodenal and pyloric stenosis, dynamics, liver-gall dyskinesia, peristalsis and motility in small and large intestines, relationship to rhythmicity, varices, ventilation switch in diverticulitis (Vater’s).
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, kidneys, liver, spleen, stomach
  • Glands: pituitary, thyroid
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, mandible
  • Other Relationships: anterior kneecerebral irritation, emotional partnership, excretion of citrates, oxalates, phosphates, & urates, crystallization of body fluids, hypothalmus, hepatogenic cephalgia, kidneys, kidney stones, larynx, limbic region (large amalgams very impactful), nystagmus, rheumatism, vocal cords.
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: bladder, breast, spleen, stomach
  • Glands: adrenal, parathyroid, pineal
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, mandible
  • Other Relationships: ailments of the urinary bladder, communication, dialysis, limbic region (large amalgams very impactful), mammary gland, pain in the posterior shoulder, periarthritis humeroscapularis, pineal, thermal & turbulence, waking sleep state, servo-steering of osmosis, will often radiate to ear.
  • Meridian: small intestine
  • Organs: heart, left ileum, jejunum
  • Glands: anterior lobe of the pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: C7, T1, T5, T6, S1, S2
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C8, T1, T5, T6, T7, S1, S2, S3
  • Sensory: maxilary sinus, inner ear
  • Musculature: upper and lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: toes, plantar foot, sacroiliac joint, ulnar hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: aphonia after excessive talking, brain / spinal tumors, central nervous system, cerebral spasms,epilepsy, headache, migraine, mind (psycho-vegetative state), motor & sensory disorders, myasthenia in legs, nervous breakdown, nocturnal brachialgia, peripheral & central defunctionalization, periarthriits humeroscapularis, sciatica, tinnitus, vegetative dystonia, weather-induced hermicrania, weather sensitivity.

Bottom Jaw

  • Meridian: small intestine
  • Organs: heart, left ileum, jejunum, liver
  • Glands: none
  • Vertebrae: C3, T1, T5, T6, S1, S2
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C8, T1, T5, T6, T7, S1, S2, S3
  • Sensory: ear, eye
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: toes, plantar foot, sacroiliac joint, ulnar hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: baldness, blood pressure, central and peripheral disturbed function, cervical spine syndrome, dermopathic tonisillitis, eczema (especially in the lower body), energy metabolism, epilepsy, facial eczema, gait disorders, headache, ileum, hypogastric pain, liver diseases with discomfort, Meniere’s nocturnal brachialgia, migraine, motor and sensory vitality disorders, myasthenia in the legs, motor disorders in the legs, periarterial spasms in shoulder (spreading through circulatory system), peripheral nerves, rheumatic spreading in posterior of legs, sciatica, vasospasms, vertigo, vegetative dystonia, urticaria.
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: left large intestine, left lung 
  • Glands: appendages, pineal
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, inner knee, sacroiliac joint, coccygodynia, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: arteries, bladder, descending colon, deep lumbago, dialysis, pain inner knee, pelvis & groin, radiation into appendages, radiates from ear, servo-steering osmosis, sacroiliac syndromes, sleep & waking state, thermal & turbulence, upper area of pelvic colon
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: left large intestine, left lung 
  • Glands: pituitary
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, inner knee, coccygodynia, sacroiliac joint, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: conditions of the anus (diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, polyps), coccygodynia, excretion of citrates, oxalates, phosphates & urates, hypothalmus & venis, lumbago, myalgia (legs), hidden along the front of the stomach meridian, suspension crystallization of body fluids, radiates from ear, rheumatism, sigmoid rectum, sacroiliac syndromes, sacroiliac joint, stone formation.
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, spleen, stomach 
  • Glands: thyroid
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1S
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, knee, foot, hips, mandibular joint
  • Other Relationships: cholgenic lateral arthritis (hip to knee) especially noticeable at cruciate ligament, dynamics, foot joints, hips, knee, lymph vessels, linguinal hernia, mammary glands, peristalsis & motility in small and large intestine, relationship to rhythmicity, ventilation switch in diverticulitis (Vater’s).
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, liver, pancreas, spleen, stomach 
  • Glands: gonads
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, mandibular joint
  • Other Relationships: communication, dysbiosis & dyspepsia, cell respiration, connective tissue diseases, enzymatics, fermentation, mammary glands, liver-stomach-pancreas, meteorism, spleen.

    The position of the 4ths is key to the 8th

  • Meridian: gallbladder / liver
  • Organs: left bile ducts, liver, lungs, pancreas
  • Glands: gonads
  • Vertebrae: T9, T10
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T8, T9, T10
  • Sensory: eye
  • Musculature: none
  • Joints: posterior knee, hips, foot
  • Other Relationships: blood density & blood metabolism, connective-tissue diseases, infarction & thrombosis, esoophagus, lungs, lung and leg thromboses, pancreas, stagnation, varicose disorders, weak peripheral vessels.
  • Meridian: bladder
  • Organs: bladder, left kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: adrenals
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, coccyx & sacrum
  • Other Relationships: appendages, alarming, connective tissue in abdomen, connective tissue diseases, lymphatic defense mechanisms & build-up, lymph and white cell count, “Mesenchyme,” testes epididymis.
  • Meridian: bladder
  • Organs: bladder, left kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: epididymis, adrenals
  • Vertebrae: C2, C3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, coccyx & sacrum
  • Other Relationships: diseases (connective tissue) of prostate, uterus, and bladder, creative genetic world, erosions, hormone metabolism, myomatoses, prostatitis, mental behavior, prostate adenoma, urogenital tract.
  • Meridian: bladder / kidney
  • Organs: bladder, right kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: epididymis, adrenals
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, coccyx, sacrum
  • Other Relationships: creative genetic world, connective tissue diseases (prostate, uterus, bladder), erosions, mental behavior, hormone metabolism, myomatoses, adenoma of prostate, prostatitis, urogenital tract.
  • Meridian: bladder
  • Organs: bladder, right kidney, urogenital
  • Glands: adrenals
  • Vertebrae: L2, L3, S3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Spinal Cord Segments: L2, L3, S4, S5, coccyx
  • Sensory: frontal sinus
  • Musculature: lower extremities
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, coccyx, sacrum
  • Other Relationships: appendages, connective tissue diseases, (latent) connective tissue in abdomen, lymphatic defensive mechanisms and build-up, lymph and white cell count, “mesenchyme,” testes epididymis.
  • Meridian: gallbladder / liver
  • Organs: gallbladder, liver, lungs, pancreas
  • Glands: gonads
  • Vertebrae: T9, T10
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T3, T9, T10
  • Sensory: eye
  • Musculature: none
  • Joints: foot, posterior knee, hips
  • Other Relationships: blood density & blood metabolism, connective tissue diseases, esophagus, flow rate, infarction & thrombosis, lungs, stagnation, varicose disorders, lung and leg thromboses, weak peripheral vessels.
  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, liver, pancreas, right stomach
  • Glands: gonads
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: anterior knee, mandibular joint
  • Other Relationships: cell respiration, connective tissue diseases, dysbiosis & dyspepsia, enzymatics, fermentation, mammary glands, liver-stomach, pancreas, meteorism, pancreas, spleen, visible veins on skin.

    The key position of all 4ths is similar to the 8th

  • Meridian: stomach
  • Organs: breast, pancreas, pylorus, right stomach
  • Glands: thyroid
  • Vertebrae: T11, T12, L1
  • Spinal Cord Segments: T11, T12, L1
  • Sensory: maxillary sinus
  • Musculature: trunk
  • Joints: foot, knee, anterior knee, hips, mandibular joint
  • Other Relationships: communication, cholgenic lateral arthritis (hip to knee), prominent where cruciate ligament inserts, dynamics, foot joints, knee, linguinal hernias, hips, lymph vessels, mammary glands, peristalsis & motility in smalll and large intestines, relationship to rhythmicity, ventilation switch in diverticulitis (Vater’s).
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: ileocecal, right large intestine
  • Glands: pituitary gland
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, inner knee, coccygodynia, sacroiliac joint, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: excretion of citrates, oxalates, phosphates & urates, suspension crystallization of body fluids, hypothalmus, myalgia in legs (hidden along front of stomach meridian), rheumatism, sacroiliac, stones formation, veins, pituitary, radiates from ear.
  • Meridian: large intestine
  • Organs: ileocecal, right large intestine, right lung
  • Glands: appendages, pineal
  • Vertebrae: C5, C6, C7, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C5, C6, C7, T2, T3, T4, L4, L5
  • Sensory: ethmoid cells
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: big toe, foot, inner knee coccygondynia, sacroiliac joint, radial hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: ascending colon, arteries & pineal, bladder, dialysis, deep lumbago, groin & pelvis, inner knee pain, radiates from ear, servo-steering of osmosis, sacroiliac syndromes, sleep & waking state, thermal & turbulence, radiation in appendages.
  • Meridian: small intestine
  • Organs: ileocecal, heart, right ileum
  • Glands: none
  • Vertebrae: C7, T1, T5, T6, S1, S2
  • Spinal Cord Segments: C8, T1, T5, T6, T7, S1, S2, S3
  • Sensory: ear, eye
  • Musculature: upper & lower extremities, trunk
  • Joints: toes, plantar foot, sacroiliac joint, ulnar hand, elbow, shoulder
  • Other Relationships: blood pressure, cervical spine syndromes, dermopathic facial eczema, eye disease, epilepsy, energy metabolism, headaches, hypogastric pains, leg disorders, dysferment in ilieum, Meniere’s nocturnal brachialgia, myasthenia in legs, motor & sensory disorders, migraine, neuralgia, peripheral nerves, periarterial spasms spreading from shoulder, rheumatic spreading posterior leg, spinal cord & brain tumors, arm and leg pain, upper & lower extremities, peripheral & central disturbed function, urticaria, tonsillitis, sciatic gait disorders, vitality disorders, vertigo, vegetative dystonia, vasospasms, subfebrile temperatures.

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