Reflexology Diagnosis -
Tactile Variation Studies

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  Assessment for Reflex Diagnoses, Tactile  

Study Conducted:



  China   Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin Reflexology Association  



Zhao, L., Yang, Y., Hao, J., Wang, Y., Liu, F., Gao, J., Shi, Y., Chen, D., Liu, Y., and Qin, J., "Analysis on Some Abnormal Signs of Foot Reflexes with Several Common Diseases." 2000 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing: China Reflexology Association, pages 51-55.


  A study was done to see if a certain organ was effected it would show a corresponding abnormal condition on the corresponding reflex area. 30 cases of hypertension, 20 cases of cerebrovascular disease, 20 cases of diabetes and sugar metabolic disorder, 53 cases of visual disturbances, 27 cases of irregular menstruation, and 15 cases of liver and bladder disease were given foot reflexology. Results: It was easy to "confuse" one area for another because of overlapping the reflexes and individual differences. Therefore, it was recommended to check and compare results of inspection and palpation with patient to avoid diagnostic mistakes.



Foot reflexology theory was used to assess various diagnoses from examinations of corresponding reflex areas on the feet.

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