Middle Scapular Ridge
Level of third intercostal space. May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to lungs and spinal cord, which may cause difficulty in breathing and blood circulation, and loss of motor function.
Space Between Fifth and Sixth Thoracic Vertebrae
May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to the spinal cord, aorta, heart and lungs, leading to loss of sensory and motor functions that may stop breathing.
Left and right sides of the ninth and eleventh thoracic vertebrae. The two sides of the eleventh thoracic vertebrae are the more effective points for attack. May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to the kidneys and associated nerves and blood vessels, which may lead to shock and loss of motor function.