I have read the section on MS. I want to know about MND. The patient is diagnosed as a patient of extended (not localised) MND for last two years and the diagnosis has been reconfirmed by allopathic investigations. Motor functions were lost in the following sequance: First the legs became rigid and lost mobility, then arms became flaccid, there is apparent wasting of muscles on hands, arms, now neck, voice and speech are getting affected. Next, I am told that the diaphragm will be affected and the patient may have to be put on ventillator, but presently, legs, arms, neck, speech and voice are affected, there is no breathing problem. She can chew and gulp food put in her mouth. Difficult to stick out tongue or can not touch tongue to pallat. Speaking is better with lying position but difficult with sitting or standing position. There is no loss of sensation. My general observation suggests Yin deficiency. There is also five heart heat that evidences Yin deficiency. TCM P-3 and H-3 are painful. Patien is obviously not able to move legs or arms so is dependent on nursing assistance for all routines.
Can you please suggest acupoints along with tone sedate instructions?