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Reflexology
Reflexology
Our trained podiatrists, are also qualified reflexologists, bringing the best of modern medicine with non-intrusive alternative solutions.
Where we firmly believe the need for modern medicines, we also understand the benefits of alternative medicines, which have been shown to have a positive benefit.
Whilst the art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China, this therapy was not introduced to the West in the 1930’s.

Reflexology is an alternative medicine involving application of pressure to the feet hands.

Reflexology it is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the that such work effects a physical change to the body.

Reflexology is a very individual treatment which is tailored to you as a whole person, taking into account both physical and non-physical factors that might be affecting your wellbeing. Some people find it works for them – some don’t. The best way to find out is to try it!

The theory is that reflexology helps the body to restore its balance naturally. Usually, after a treatment your tension may be reduced and you might feel relaxed. You might also notice yourself sleeping better and find your mood and sense of wellbeing improving. You may also find that other aspects improve too; however, this happens on an individual basis.

There have been some positive research projects carried out with reflexology; however, as yet, there is not a large enough body of evidence for us to make clinical claims of effectiveness.

With ever increasing levels of stress in everyday life, it is important for people to take more responsibility for their own healthcare needs. Reflexology may be one of the ways to mitigate the stresses of modern life.

Reflexology is an ancient non-intrusive method with mo surgery, or medicine and has no known side effects, but has potential benefits.

Reflexology is a very easy therapy to receive; depending on the type of reflexology, the most clothing that will have to be removed for a treatment to take place will be your socks and shoes.

The therapist will then use their hands to apply pressure to the feet. You may feel areas of transient discomfort during the treatment, but generally the experience should be relaxing.

The therapist may recommend a course of treatments.

How will I feel after a reflexology treatment?

It is useful to give feedback to the reflexologist as this may show the response of your body to treatment. This in turn might help the reflexologist to tailor a treatment plan specific to your needs.After one or two treatments your body may respond in a very noticeable way. Most people note a sense of well-being and relaxation; however, sometimes people report feeling lethargic, nauseous or tearful, but this is usually transitory we believe that it is part of the healing process.

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