The Master Tung Point Locator guide is a partial list of the points I use the most often. If you want a comprehensive list, look at the Dr. Young books and the Dr. James Maher books. Note that not all points on the fingers and dorsal side of the hands are indicated with a number. The numbering system is used by some practitioners, but not others.
Points and Locations
Hint: you can use the search box in the upper right to find points for specific uses, search by point name, search by the numbers, etc.
|11.xx||Fingers and Dorsal Hand Points|
|22.xx||Hand and Palm Points|
|33.xx||Lower Arm Points|
|44.xx||Upper Arm Points|
|55.xx||Foot (Plantar) Points|
|66.xx||Lateral and Superior Foot Points|
|77.xx||Lower Leg Points|
Location Lines of the Hand
Lines are indicated alphabetically. A-E are on the palmar side while D-H are on the dorsal side.
A line: Look at your index finger, holding it palmar side up. Look where the pink/white skin meets on the radial side. That’s A.
C line: down midline of palmar side of index.
E line: ulnar side where pink/white divides.
G line: dorsal side midline
H line: between G/dorsal midline and A where pink/white on radial side is.
You can extrapolate where the B, D, F, etc are located based on this, eh?