"Don't you get sick of looking at feet?" or: What do foot reflexology and ophthalmology have in common?
The short answer to the (silly) question is "Nope -- because I'm not just looking at your feet -- I'm looking at and treating your entire self through reflexology." Your treatment begins as soon as you walk through my door. I will notice things that may well be later confirmed when I'm detailing your reflexes. And even though my hands don't leave your feet, any disorder present throughout the rest of you is receiving treatment. I may look at your toes and see that you suffer fron insomnia, or feel crunchiness in your instep that indicates you are diabetic. Your feet don't lie.
And yes...I said "ophthalmology," not because I'm also a licensed doctor or can legally diagnose medical issues ( I'm not and don't)-- but because your ophthalmologist can look into your eye during your examination and perhaps detect a brain tumor, or see that you don't remove your eye makeup at night and it's collecting in back of your ocular area. He's not just treating your eyes. And I'm not just treating your feet. As always, I welcome any and all questions thru this blog or the usual venues. Cheers, D