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What is Reflexology

Reflexology and massage are terms that are often used interchangeably. While the two share many similarities, reflexology is more specific in the way it treats different areas to promote healing responses in the body. Pressure points corresponding to organs in the body are manipulated to improve circulation, relieve pain, and induce an overall feeling of relaxation.


How Does Reflexology Work?

Reflexology works on the premise that energy channels connect points around the body. Manipulating one will create health benefits at the other end of the connection, which could be the liver, kidneys, or some other vital organ.

For instance, the tips of the toes are connected to the head, while the kidney, pancreas, and liver can be manipulated via the arch of the foot. Lower back and intestines benefit from applying pressure to the heel area of the foot.

Reflexologists use foot charts as a guide to inform them where to apply pressure. The practice is often integrated into other physical therapy disciplines, such as chiropractic and physical therapies.

A typical session will last from 30 to 60 minutes where the patient removes their shoes and socks and reclines comfortably in a chair or on a massage table. The reflexologist will then assess the feet by stimulating various areas to find points of tenderness and sensitivity.


How Can You Benefit from Reflexology?

People choose to have reflexology treatment for many different reasons. Stress relief is perhaps the biggest motivator. Reflexology treatment on the feet can be incredibly relaxing, which is reason enough for some people, even without the additional health benefits.

People often try reflexology to find relief from migraines, digestive disorders, sports injuries, and back pain. In 2015, a review in the Integrative Cancer Therapies publication released results that indicated reflexology massage provided more pain relief than a body massage.

As a low-risk treatment, reflexology is worth trying if you are seeking relief from nagging health issues, or need a natural way to destress and relax.


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