Acupuncture would be very useful. Lack of specific point protocols on the web, however, is simply because there are no "tetanus" points or points for any specific condition. You would treat this like any other case of qi and blood stagnation with a combination of local and constitutional points specific to the person. Bloodletting with cupping as is common in many shingles treatments, for example, can be helpful as well, but that would be on a case by case basis... Just treat the person overall with some focus on the local areas affected and you should do fine.
General points that might be useful, again depending on the case:
SP 10 - to clear heat from the blood (can be bloodlet)</li>
LI 11, PC 8, PC 4, GV 10, UB 17 - all blood heat related points</li>
All huatuo points related to affected areas, particularly the upper back which also modulate the immune system (i.e. T1 - bone marrow, T2 - thymus gland, T3 - lung/lymph).</li>
Window of the sky points (possibly better with deep tuina) - SI 16, SI 17, LI 18</li>
Then cupping possibly with bloodletting on the upper back in patients where both or either are appropriate.</li>