Reflexology For Headaches

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  Headaches, From Concussion  

Study Conducted:





  Hebei Reflexology Association  



Wang, X., "Exploration of Diagnosis and Treatment for Sequelae of Brain Concussion with Foot Reflexology." 1998 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing : China Reflexology Association, pages 29-31.


  3 cases of young boys, ages 5-10, with concussion from a hit on the occipital region of the head had symptoms of headache, dizziness, insomnia, weakness and irritability, and poor memory. They were given foot reflexology focusing on the pituitary, cerebellum, brain-stem and kidneys reflexes. Pain was relieved in all 3 cases.



Foot reflexology was found to be effective for the relief of headaches, which were primary symptoms causing the patients to seek help.

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