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Posted by Jeanette Whyman on 07 June 2017

Jeanette Whyman - Medical Negligence Solicitor
Jeanette Whyman Partner - Head of Medical Neglience
Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

Yintang (EN-HN3)

Bamboo Gathering (B2)

Wind Pool (GB20)

Wind Mansion (GV16)

Celestial Pillar (BL10)

Celestial Window (SI16)

Completion Bone (GB12)

Jade Pillow (BL09)

Light Guard (BL06)

Shoulder Well (GB21)

Shoulder Bone (LI15)

Great Bone (LI16)

Celestial Pillar (B10)

Shen QI (BL23 and Hun Gate  BL47)

Commanding Middle (ST36 and GB34)

Pool at the Bend (LI11)

Cubit Marsh (LU5)

Elbow Bone Hole (LI12)

Outer Pass (TE5)

Yang Pool (TE4)

Inner Gate (PC6)

Great Mound (PC7)

Squatting Bone Hole (GB29)

Jumping Round (GB30)

Yang Mould Spring (GB34)

Bladder Vitals (BL53)

Yin Mound Spring (SP9)

Yang Mound Spring (GB34)

Bend Middle (BL40)

Spring at the Bend (LR8)

Leg Three Li (ST36)

Branch to the Correct (SI7)

Hill Ruins (GB40)

Shining Sea (KI6)

Kunlun Mountains (BL60)

Support the Mountain (BL57)

About the author

Jeanette Whyman

Partner - Head of Medical Neglience

Jeanette is head of the medical compensation team, specialising in medical negligence and personal injury claims.

Jeanette Whyman

Jeanette is head of the medical compensation team, specialising in medical negligence and personal injury claims.

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