Reflexology for Nose

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  Nose, Nasal Nerve-Block  

Study Conducted:



  China   The First Hospital of Sanming City and Reflexology Association of Sanming City  



Zhong, Z., and Xie, Q., "One Case Report on Curing Nasal Nerve-Block with Foot Reflexology." 1996 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing : China Reflexology Association, pages 115-116.


  A 57 year old female with cerebral concussion, painful forehead, red, swollen right eye, congestion of eyeball and right nasal nerve block after falling off her bike, was given foot reflexology daily after unsuccessful treatment with Traditional Chinese and western medicine. An x-ray showed mild brain hemorrhage, and cerebral concussion. After the 3rd treatment, she her dizziness and headache were reduced. After 4 treatments (each course was 10 sessions), her symptoms were gone except for the nerve block in right nose. She was treated with foot reflexology every other day and massaged on the hand focusing on the nose reflex areas. She was cured and able to breathe freely.


  Foot and hand reflexology were found to be effective for the relief of nasal nerve block..

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