Valery Yuabov,

Lic. Acu, Diplomate O.M.

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“Suffering from headaches?

 For temporary relief perform simple acupressure massages described below.

Remember that location of your of headache usually points to particular organ 

weakness or dysfunction. For thorough diagnosis please make an appointment to see me.

Temporal Headaches usually are associated with Gallbladder dysfunction.

Acupuncture point called ‘Gall Bladder 41’ (GB41, for short) works great to temporarily 

relieve Temporal pain. Here is where you massage your foot for that.”

Slide your finger between 4th and 5th

toe toward ankle until can’t go no more.

Great point for temporal, occipital and

vertex headaches. Also, use it for tinnitus,

dizziness and deafness".

(Picture of location of  GB41 is enclosed here)

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'Suffering from temporal headaches?

For temporary relief acupressure point 'Gall Bladder 41'   (GB41 for short) can help. 


Follow instructions below.

Abduct a little toe. Run a finger towards the ankle, along the inter-space between 4th and 5th toe until it passes over the ligament into a depression.

Use your finger and gentle pressure to massage the depression.

GB41 is a good point is for temporal, occipital and vertex headaches.   Such headaches could be related to Liver and/or Gallbladder issues.

Frequent headaches of any type could be a sign of ongoing bodily dysfunctions.  Arrange for a checkup either with your physician or call us for a complementary checkup.