Reflexology Studies for Gallbladder

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Subject:

  Gallbladder  

Study Conducted:

Country:

Institution:

  China   Not Indicated.
 

Citation:

 
 

Bo, F., "Experience in Usage of the Reflex Zone for Gallbladder in the Lower Leg." 1994 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing : China Reflexology Association, pages 148-149.

Synopsis:

 
  20 cases with gallbladder conditions were given foot reflexology. Four cases with cholecystopathy showed tenderness in the gallbladder reflex zones while 16 cases without gall cyst disease showed no tenderness. A 67 yr old female with cholecystolithiasis improved and was without symptoms after two sessions even though the gallstone was un-changed. A 59 yr old female with diabetes mellitus and cholecystitis and right hypochondriac pain and tenderness was completely relieved
from pain after one session. A 63 yr old female with right hypochondriac pain was relieved of pain after two sessions.

Conclusion:

 
  Foot reflexology was found to be effective for the relief of gallbladder diseases.

 
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