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Ryodoraku Textbook – Ryodoraku Autonomic Nervous System Therapy by Dr. Oda has been incredibly popular. It has been translated and reproduced in multiple languages around the world (unfortunately without copyright permission).

Written in English, the Ryodoraku Textbook was designed to give the most comprehensive information about the Ryodoraku Theory. Its a must have for anyone who is in the field of acupuncture or planning on going into the amazing world of acupuncture therapy.  This book has been used in Acupuncture schools in different parts of the world.

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Table of Contents from


Ryodoraku Autonomic Nervous System Therapy


CHAPTER I : Electropermeable point on the human skin

  1. Electropermeable points
  2. Measurement with electricity
  3. Electro photography
  4. The nature of the electropermeable point

CHAPTER II : Basic theory of Ryodoraku Autonomic Nervous System Therapy

  1. A comparison between autonomic nervous system therapy and traditional acupuncture
  2. Electrical measurement of the human skin
  3. Acupuncture point detector with constant current
  4. Electropermeable point (Ryodo point, Reactive point)
  5. The size of the acupuncture point
  6. The size of the object of stimulation (The acupuncture point)
  7. Stimulant therapy
  8. The significance in the location of the electroconductive point
  9. The central nervous somatosensory system
  10. Ryodoraku chart
  • The relationship between the RRM value and average level of measurement values for the Ryodo points, which correspond to the same area as the traditional meridian points
  • Normal and average RRMV (Ryodoraku Representative point Measurement Value)
  • Nakatani’s Physiological Range
  • Ryodoraku Chart for clinical use

The methods of measurement on Ryodoraku Representative Points (RRP)

  • Excited Ryodoraku
  • Depressed Ryodoraku
  • Regulative points
  • Abnormal Ryodoraku
  • The correlation between the Ryodoraku and specific symptoms

Cancer and Ryodoraku patterns

  • Point of C.C.M

Clinical practice

  • Neurometry


  1. D.C. stimulation
  2. The reaction of acupuncture
  3. Tissue injury due to application on direct current acupuncture
  4. Autonomic nervous system
  5. Measurement electrode
  6. Representative points on the hand
  7. Representative points on the foot
  8. Ryodoraku which should be regarded
  9. The regulative points


Diagnose based on reaction Ryodo point

  1. Hepatitis
  2. Biliary duct disorders
  3. Gastroptosis
  4. Gastriculcer
  5. Duodenal ulcer
  6. Esophageal disorders
  7. Appendicitis
  8. Splenomegaly
  9. Pancreatitis
  10. Nephritis
  11. Bladder disorders
  12. Prostrate gland disorders
  13. Heart disease

Manipulation of the ANS adjusting needle
Figure on practical applications

  1. Representative points on the pulmar (transverse) crease of the wrist
  2. Representative points on the dorsal transverse) crease of the wrist
  3. Representative points on the inside of the foot
  4. Representative points on the outside of the foot
  5. Method of measurement

H1 Ryodoraku
H2 Ryodoraku
H3 Ryodoraku
H4 Ryodoraku
H5 Ryodoraku
H6 Ryodoraku
F1 Ryodoraku
F2 Ryodoraku
F3 Ryodoraku
F4 Ryodoraku
F5 Ryodoraku
F6 Ryodoraku
Regulative points on the inside of the forearm
Regulative points on the outside of the forearm
Regulative points on the outside of the leg
Regulative points on the inner side of the leg
Treatment points
Acute pancreatitis and diabetes
Arthritis of the ankle joint
Arthritis of the knee joint
Behind back reach exercise for shoulder pain
Behind neck reach exercise for shoulder pain
Cross shoulder stretch for shoulder pain
Shoulder pain 1
Shoulder pain 2
Eye disease (Nakatani’s A & B points)
Female disorders
Heart disease
Lumbago (L2-3)
Lumbago (L4-5)
Carotid sinus
Stiff neck
Stiff neck and upper back
Tennis elbow

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