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30 Cards in this Set

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Main Test Points?
Other Test Points?
Earth ; Spleen and Stomach.
BL 36, BL 37, BL 38.
Sacral origin of the Biceps femoris.
Origin of the Tensor Fascia lata at the ventral aspect of the tuber coxa. (ST 30=GB )
ST 10 (Ipsilateral forelimb)
BL 20 (AEP of the Spleen)
BL 21 (AEP of the Stomach)
Spinal Subluxations associated with STIFLE Syndrome.
L 3
Also C7-T1 and first rib subluxations may be seen.
Secondary Soreness associated with the STIFLE Syndrome.

Mother/Son Concept
Often on the ipsilateral forelimb.
Earth is the Mother of Metal -> Stifle->Lung
Stifle "Ting" Point
ST 45
Cain's Suggested Therapeutic Approach for the STIFLE Syndrome
Assess reactivety of local points.
Bai Hui, SP 13, Re-exam Local Points, ST 30 (GB )Re exam local points, Ting point.
Stifle Syndrome: If BL 37 is still active after treating Stifle Ting point?
Likely OCD or DJD
Stifle Syndrome: If BL 20 (AEP of the SP) is still active after treating Stifle Ting point?
Likely medial condyle involvement.
The HOCK Syndrome.
Primary Test Points?
Other test points?
BL 39, BL 39A.
BL 35, GB 27 (GBB-DTC)
BL 18 (AEP of LIV)
BL 19 (AEP of GB)
GB 21
Spinal Subluxation associated with the HOCK Syndrome.
L 4
Secondary Soreness associated with the HOCK Syndrome.
Contra-lateral fetlock/carpus.
Cain's Suggested Therapeutic Approach for the HOCK Syndrome.
Check Vertebral Subluxations.
Bau Hui, SP 13, GB 27, Check Local Points, Treat LIV and GB Ting Points.
Cain's COXO-FEMORAL Syndrome.
Test Points.
Local Muscular Soreness.
BL 36, BL 37, BL 38.
Triangle of points around the Greater Trochanter (BL 54, GB 29, GB 30)
BL 19 (AEP of GB)
Cain's Suggested Therapeutic Approach for the COXO-FEMORAL Syndrome
Correct Vertebral Subluxations+/-the Whorlbone Adjustment.
SP 13 bilaterally, GB 27. Re-exam local points and BL 19. Ting Point (GB 44). Wood Ting Points on Fire Meridians(HT 9) & (PC 9)
Cain's Follow-Up Treatment for the COXO-FEMORAL Syndrome.
Firm pressure on GB 26 and BL 25 to provoke stretch and touching nose to hip.
Stimulate GV 14 to provoke 'wet dog' shake.
If after COXO-FEMORAL treatment, BL 19 is OK but local points are active?
Likely DJD. May consider Gold Implants.
Cain's Ah Shi point for Problems between the Hock and Hind Fetlock
In the region of GB 29, it is located between GB 27 along the path of the GB meridian towards the greater trochanter and GB 30. Two "valleys" are encountered on the path; the Ah Shi point is located in the second valley in a depression separating the Gluteal m. from the Biceps femoris.
Cain's Ah Shi point for problems between the hind fetlock and the foot.
From GB 29 moving dorsally and caudally to BL 54, between the valley of the middle gluteal m. and the sacrosciatic lig.
Cain's Foot points
LI 18, PC 1
B13 (AEP of LU) suggests medial lesion.
BL 14 (AEP of PC)suggests caudal foot
BL 22 (AEP of TH) suggests Toe
Cain's Therapeutic Approach to Foot Problems
Ting Points
Hoof associated with Wood meridians (GB/LIV)
Supplement Liver.
Cain's FETLOCK Syndrome.
Diagnostic Points
TH and LI
LI 16 (bone)
TH 16 & SI 16 (soft tissue)
BL 25 (AEP of LI) (Contralateral)
Cain's CARPAL Syndrome
Local Point
AEP Points
Local point at the crossover of the TH and GB meridians about 2/3 of the way down the dorsal border of the Brachiocephalic m.
BL 13 (LU), BL 14 (PC) BL 22 (TH) BL 25 (LI)
Cain's Shoulder Syndrome.
Local Diagnostic Point

SI 10, SI 9
Pain radiating from TH 15 to GB 21. Pain down the front of the scapula to LI 16.
Cain's Therapeutic Approach to Shoulder Syndrome.
Chiropractic assessment and therapy of Cervical spine (esp. C7-T1)and carpus.
Check Reactive Points and neck mobility.
Meridian Palpation and AEP.
Treat Ting points as appropriate.
Cain's "Myectomy" Syndrome.
Associated Clinical Signs?
Fading over last few hundred metres of a Race.
"Off" on the LH/Short in front.
Left Poll pain.
Tendency to display DDSP.
Cain's "Myectomy" Syndrome.
Reactive Points.
GB 20 (over C2-C3)
Also TH 15, GB 21 LI 16 and BL 22 (AEP)
Pressure on SI 16 will provoke muscle spasm etc.
Cain's Therapeutic Approach to "Myectomy" Syndrome.
Chiropractic treatment of cervical dysfunctions.
DDSP Surgical Procedures.
Cain's STRESS Syndrome.
Meridian Involvement?
1 TH (endocrine)

2 PC (psyche, personality, emotion)
Physiological Manifestations of Cain's Stress Syndrome.
Hormonal/Attitude problems.
"Tying Up" (Blockage of Wood).
Skin Disorders (Fire-Metal)
EIPHS (Fire-Metal)
Gastrointestinal Dysfunction (Fire-Earth)
Anhydrosis (Water-Fire)
Calming Points
HT 4, HT 5 and HT 6.
PC 6.
GV 20, GV 14.
Bai Hui.
Colic Emergency Points
ST 36, ST 40 ST 45.
ST 2 (San Jian)