This morning I was reminded of the benefit foot reflexology can deliver to...well, the feet.
I chose to practice reflexology, of all the possible modalities, because of its demonstrable therapeutic effect on the entire body. For acid reflux, detail the stomach reflex and the channel directly above it, etc. For PMS, detail both sides of the lower calcaneous...the list goes on.
But this morning I was pleased that a client, who has been losing toenails due to circulation problems, is experiencing healthy, pink regrowth of nails that she was "assured, "by her MD, were permanently gone. We've been following a regular course of reflexology and ti tree oil, and whaddya know...it worked.
Reflexology is also a key therapy for diabetic feet, neuropathy, and plantar fasciitis. It is also excellent preventive treatment for hereditary hammer toes. And it can soften up(release) the ligaments in existing hammer toes as well. Results can be felt after just one treatment.
NOTE: Per HIPAA rules, and common decency, I never discuss my clients by name. This blog was written with express permission of my client.