Master Tung’s Acupuncture (MTA) for Lung and Large Intestine Disorders

Mechanism and Top 10 MTA Points

Detailed introduction on the “secrets“ i.e. mechanism of MTA points based on known TCM theories, Yijing, and astrology etc.; 10 points for the lung system disorders including lung, large intestine, skin, and Fu organs,

Hui Zhang
Hui Zhang

Course Overview

Master Tung’s Acupuncture (MTA) is not only effective to treat pain but also internal disorders of organs. The five phases and Zangfu organs play the most important role in understanding the indications of MTA points. For instance, Si Ma, Ling Gu, and Da Bai belong to the category of the lungs. How to understand the philosophy of this categorizing? Li Ting’s thoughts on “Extraordinary Connections between Zang and Fu Organs”, published in 1575 can well explain this.


In this course, the following topics will be covered


1. Review on the physiology and pathology of the lungs and large intestine in TCM


2. Background of MTA points, esp. philosophy for their indications.


3. Selected 10 MTA points for the lungs and large intestine, e.g. Ling Gu, Da Bai, Si Ma,


4. MTA needling methods


5. MTA treatments for bronchitis, asthma, cough, flu, constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, etc.


  • Understand the underlying mechanism of MTA points

  • Locations and indications of 10 MTA points

  • Combination of MTA points to treat common lung and large intestine disorders


  • 0 hrs - 1 hrs

    Brief introduction of MTA: history and features

  • 1 hrs - 2 hrs

    Mechanism of MTA points

  • 2 hrs - 2.75 hrs

    Si Ma-Three Horses

  • 2.75 hrs - 3.25 hrs

    Ling Gu-Magic Bone) and Da Bai-Big White)

  • 3.25 hrs - 4.25 hrs

    Er Chong-Two Double; San Shi-Three Ministers; San Qi-Three Qi

  • 4.25 hrs - 5 hrs

    Shou San Huo-Three Arm Fire; Fen Jin-Separating Metal; Men Jin-Metal Door; Zhen Ben-Right Root; Ma Jin Shui-Horse Metal Water

  • 5 hrs - 6 hrs

    Clinic Use


  • Melissa Olivia S. (Australia)

    Detailed introduction to Master Tung Acupuncture for lung and large intestine. Dr Hui Zhang is very knowledgeable and had clear explanations!

  • Philip W. (Australia)

    This was an interesting, well presented webinar which gave insight into a system I had never used before

  • David S. (United States of America)

    Interesting introduction to some apparently useful Master Tung points for some common lung and large intestine issues


Hui Zhang

Hui Zhang, Ph.D., is a Chinese Medicine Doctor, Educator, and Researcher. Having trained at the Chengdu University of TCM in China, he works in Denmark. Hui lectures regularly in Denmark, Germany, Austria, and China.


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  • CEUs:

    Approved By: NCCAOM (6), Standard Certificate (6)

    Pending: California [Upon Request]*

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Seminar

  • Course Length: 6 h

  • Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

  • Access Period: Lifetime


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