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Nerve Reflexology

What is Nerve Reflexology?

Nerve Reflexology can be used to provide fast and effective relief from pain. Pain is defined as 'an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage'. It includes any abnormal feeling from aching, burning, shooting, numbness, cramping etc.

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How does Nerve Reflexology work?

Nerve Reflexology uses precise points on the bones of the feet rather than on the soft-tissues. The reflexologist targets only those areas which are involved in the individual's condition.


Nerve Reflexology is an advanced manual treatment method for functional disorders in the musculo-skeletal (movement) and visceral (organs) system . The treatment focuses on the changes in the peripheral nervous system, the central nervous system, and autonomic nervous system as a cause or as a consequence of tissue damage or potential tissue damage in the body.


The different techniques are all focused on interfering in the different parts of the nervous system that are involved in the individual's pain. These parts can be divided into four stages; changes in peripheral, central, autonomic nervous system, and psycho-emotional components.


In all these stages the reflexologist can interfere using nerve reflex points. These nerve reflex points can be followed by other manual techniques interfering in the local musculo-skeletal or visceral dysfunctions.

Nerve Reflexology can be highly effective in treating the following:

  • Chronic low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Pelvic pain.
  • Hip and knee problems
  • Neck, shoulder, and arm pain, including frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, and carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Migraines
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Pain from degenerative diseases, such as cancer and Parkinsons disease

In most cases, improvements are evident after just one treatment.

 

How is it different from classical Reflexology?


The pressure is given with the outside side of the top of the thumb to small parts on the bones of the foot. If the corresponding nerve is overloaded, the nerve reflex point will be painful. The reflexologist holds the point, without moving until the pain decreases. The nerve reflex points can be combined with classic zone therapy. You can first treat the nerve of the affected structure by pressing the nerve reflex points and then treat the structure by zone therapy.


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