Reflexology Looe

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Reflexology Looe Cornwall (PL13): Every now and then it strikes you that a nurofen tablet or whatever it is that you have been taking all these years for your aches and pains just doesn't seem to do the job anymore. Possibly it's time to give something else a try, perhaps an alternative therapy like reflexology might work better for you. Reflexology is an alternative treatment that is being used by people in Looe and all across the globe for their various health issues.

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Whilst reflexology can be a very beneficial therapy it shouldn't take the place of traditional medical treatments Instead, it should be used as a complementary remedy to be used in conjuction with routine Health Service treatment options. Selecting a professional reflexologist will be your first move, so that you can chat with them about your medical problems and find out if they've got a remedy.

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Reflexology - A Potted Guide

In places like Japan, Egypt, India and China practices which were similar to reflexology were used for many centuries. Other cultures through the years have been seen to embrace the practice which is based on the principle that medical conditions could be allayed and recovery could be accomplished with the use of pressure upon several specific parts of the hands and feet. A doctor called William H Fitzgerald was the person that was responsible for today's adaptation of reflexology, which was described in his well known book "Zone Therapy for Relieving Pain in the Home" released in nineteen seventeen. During the nineteen thirties a physio called Eunice Ingham (1889 - 1974) further expanded his hypotheses.

A holistic supplementary and alternative treatment which aims to achieve balance, wellness and help in curative processes by the management of the natural energy pathways in the body, reflexology has grown to be very popular in recent years. Though it's true that reflexologists concentrate their attention mostly on the feet and hands, there are other zones of the body which can be worked on to get relief from pain and increased wellness, these zones include the hands, lower leg, ears and face, which are all integrated into the reflexologists arsenal. Pressure will be put on these various regions during a reflexology procedure to readjust the energy pathways inside the body and thus hopefully achieve the restorative results.

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The most typical causes for trying out the expertise of a reflexologist include such things as: maternity issues, menstrual pain, joint pain, anxiety, chronic back pain, sports injuries, headaches/migraines, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), sciatica and insomnia. This is by no means a complete list and you ought to chat with your local Looe reflexologist concerning your individual needs before getting any treatments.

You will have to provide your full patient history and answer queries on lifestyle, diet and heath before any therapist will commence any treatment plan. They'll soon be able to deliver a treatment solution focused on your illness, that is specifically recommended for your needs, by using this information. The reflexologist will discuss all of the facets of your treatment and exactly how it will help your condition, they will also be able to address any questions and concerns that you have in regards to the process.

Because it's outside of their remit and terms of service, a reflexologist isn't permitted to suggest diagnoses nor proffer medical health advice. Though reflexology may be used side-by-side with traditional treatments, proper advice should be sought from a doctor regarding underlying medical conditions before seeking treatment from a professional reflexologist. While the reflexology therapy continues you should still consult with your doctor about your progress.

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All practicing reflexologists is required to be insured and have membership of a relevant professional body, for instance the British Reflexology Association (BRA) or the Association of Reflexologists (AOR). A Diploma (Level 3) in Reflexology and Complementary Therapies is acknowledged as the minimum required qualification that somebody needs to advertise themselves as a reflexologist. The treatment of patients in the United Kingdom isn't allowed unless they've attained this particular Diploma.

Reflexology treatments can be accessed in Looe and also nearby in: West Looe, Shutta, St Martin, Millendreath, Trelawne, East Looe, Pelynt, Killigarth, Widegates, Lanreath, Morval, Seaton, Downderry, Herodsfoot, Polperro, Porthallow, and in these postcodes PL13 1BX, PL13 1NT, PL13 1FH, PL13 1DX, PL13 1DD, PL13 1LD, PL13 1DY, PL13 1PE, PL13 2DB, PL13 2DQ. Local Looe reflexologists will probably have the postcode PL13 and the dialling code 01503. Verifying this can confirm you are accessing locally based providers of reflexology. Looe residents will be able to benefit from these and countless other similar services.

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Hand Reflexology

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Although in Great Britain, hand reflexology is not as widely used as traditional foot reflexology, it can be equally as beneficial. Because each organ and gland is connected to reflex zones within the hands, working on these zones should have the consequence of improving the circulation of blood in addition to relaxing and rebalancing the body. A hand reflexology treatment is often highly beneficial in spite of the fact that the reflex zones are far deeper and hands are not so sensitive as the feet. It is possible to apply hand reflexology either on their own or coupled with other reflexology therapies.

A Reflexologist's Day to Day Duties

  • Keeping detailed patient information
  • Discussing reflexology treatments with customers
  • Meeting up with patients and performing an initial assessment
  • Setting out a future treatment plan
  • Referring patients to their doctor when necessary
  • Examining a customer's feet and hands for problems
  • Applying hands-on pressure to patient's feet and occasionally to their hands and ears
  • Where appropriate, teach the patient simple reflexology methods that can be used in the home between reflexology treatments

Reflexology Zones

Pressure Zones

Within our feet, hands and face there are a number of reflex points which have a connection with all the organs, glands and systems within our body. A reflexologist will concentrate on such reflex points to reduce pains in those corresponding parts. It isn't like a foot massage which is just a kneading on the foot but focuses on the pressure points/areas. Reflexologists need to strike these deep pressure points using the right amount of pressure and at precise angles, meaning that it's a lot more than a mere massage. They will begin to work on your pressure zones using their thumbs and fingers and also they may administer a little essential oil or powder to make the whole process simpler.

Famous Reflexologists

People that have been important in the advancement of present day reflexology treatments include: Doctor Edwin Bowers (born 1871), William Fitzgerald (1872 - 1942), Eunice Ingham (1889 - 1974), Doreen Bayly and Dwight Byers.

How Soon Does it Take Effect?

The patient will notice some improvement in their condition right away, if not within a few minutes of receiving the procedure. Complaints which often see instantaneous effect are headaches and sinus problems. Headaches sometimes disappear right away and sinuses may drain away whilst the reflexology treatment is being administered. Edema sufferers who experience fluid retention may feel relief immediately and sometimes even have to go to the bathroom during the procedure.

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Around Cornwall you can likewise find: St Day reflexology treatments, Marazion reflexology treatments, St Merryn reflexology sessions, Delabole reflexology sessions, Bude reflexology treatments, Trewoon reflexology, St Agnes reflexology treatments, Mount Hawke reflexology treatments, Gwithian reflexology treatments, St Just reflexology sessions, Connor Downs reflexologists, Saltash reflexology treatments, Grampound reflexology, Mawnan reflexology sessions, Kelly Bray reflexologists, Mawnan reflexologists, Stokeclimsland reflexology treatments, Lelant reflexology sessions, Stratton reflexology treatments, Carnon Downs reflexologists, St Dennis reflexology treatments, Liskeard reflexologists, St Columb Major reflexologists.

Treatments

A qualified Looe reflexologist will be able to provide a wide range of therapies and treatments to help with a multitude of health concerns. They will be able to help you with reflexology for kidney infection, facial reflexology, reflexology for pregnancy, reflexology for weight loss, reflexology for gout, reflexology for relaxation, reflexology for backaches, reflexology for dizziness in Looe, reflexology for depression, hot stone reflexology in Looe, reflexology for ibs in Looe, reflexology for vertigo, reflexology for stress Looe, reflexology for migraines, baby reflexology, traditional foot reflexology Looe, reflexology for women, nose reflexology in Looe, reflexology for indigestion, reflexology for neck pain Looe, reflexology and acupressure, foot reflexology to induce labour Looe, reflexology for conception, hand reflexology, reflexology for children Looe, reflexology for fatigue, reflexology for allergies, reflexology for sports injuries, reflexology for anxiety Looe, ear reflexology, reflexology for men, foot reflexology for pcos, reflexology for sinusitis, reflexology for tennis elbow, reflexology and acupuncture Looe, and numerous other reflexology related services. These are just an example of the duties that are conducted by those specialising in reflexology. Looe reflexologists will keep you informed about their full range of services.

Near Looe

Also find: Herodsfoot reflexology, Pelynt reflexology, St Martin reflexology, Shutta reflexology, Downderry reflexology, Widegates reflexology, East Looe reflexology, Trelawne reflexology, Morval reflexology, Porthallow reflexology, Killigarth reflexology, Polperro reflexology, Seaton reflexology, West Looe reflexology, Millendreath reflexology, Lanreath reflexologist services and more. The majority of these areas are catered for by those who do reflexology. Looe residents can get quotes by going here.

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Suggested reading: An Introductory Guide to Reflexology, Foot Reading: A Reflexology Primer on Foot Assessment by Sam Belyea, Sole Guidance by Holly Tse, The Complete Guide to Foot Reflexology, Trigger Points: Use the Power of Touch to Live Life Pain-Free, Reflexology for Fertility: A Practitioners Guide to Natural and Assisted Conception, Teach Yourself Reflexology (Chris Stormer).

Around Looe

People in the following Looe areas recently asked about reflexology treatments: St George's Road, Bodrigan Road, Plaidy Lane, St Winnolls Park, Pendrim Road, Woodlands View, West Looe Square, Portuan Road, Restormel Road, Goonwartha Road, The Orchard, Baydown, Goonwartha Close, Lower Street, The Crescent, Middle Market Street, Polperro Road, Dawn Road, Barbican Road, Pendower Road, Courtenay Close, Sunrising Estate, Bonson Close, Hannafore Road, Meadow Drive, Darloe Lane, as well as folks with the following postcodes: PL13 1BX, PL13 1NT, PL13 1FH, PL13 1DX, PL13 1DD, PL13 1LD, PL13 1DY, PL13 1PE, PL13 2DB, PL13 2DQ. People in these locations recently enquired about reflexology. Looe residents benefited from high quality and dependable reflexology services in all cases.

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Summary

Our intention when putting together this webpage was to answer a couple of of the popular queries that patients often ask when looking to receive treatment, such as "where can I find a reflexologist near Looe?", "what qualifications does a reflexologist need?", "exactly what is reflexology?" and "what can be treated with reflexology?". If we have done a decent job, we will have offered you an understanding of just what reflexology is, and resolved most if not all of these questions.

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(This reflexology Looe page was updated on 31-05-2022)