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Paediatric Reflexology

Children can benefit from Therapeutic Reflexology; read more in today’s post.   Paediatrics is a medical specialty focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of children.  Therapeutic Reflexology is the ideal healthcare modality to offer complementary therapy to children and the best part is that it is totally non-invasive.   Children are often scared to visit […]

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Podiatric Reflexology

Therapeutic Reflexology is not Podiatry but complements it.  Read more in today’s post.   Podiatry and Therapeutic Reflexology are both recognised healthcare professions in South Africa, thus making medical aid reimbursements possible.  Both of these healthcare professions work on a patient’s feet and ankles, but there are vast differences between what the professions offer in […]

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Part of your Journey

Therapeutic Reflexologists are part of your life journey …   In today’s post, we’ll consider the fact that Therapeutic Reflexologists are part of your journey through life; a thought-provoking post that is intended to just make you think!   We all have stories to tell.  We all have life events that impact our lives positively […]

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Obstetrics and Gynaecological Reflexology

Therapeutic Reflexology may assist with Obstetrics and Gynaecology; read more in today’s post.   In South Africa, the Obstetrician/Gynaecologist (OB/GYN) is a Medical Specialist that first completed a medical degree followed by a medical specialty in both obstetrics and gynaecology.  The OB/GYN deals with women’s health dealing with all aspects of reproduction and pregnancy as […]

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Dermatological Reflexology

Therapeutic Reflexology may assist with skin conditions; read more in today’s post.   Dermatology is a medical specialty focusing on skin conditions.  When people struggle with skin conditions, they usually try various products that can be bought over the counter and when that does not work, a visit to the General Practitioner (GP) is next […]

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Cardiovascular Reflexology

Therapeutic Reflexology may benefit cardiovascular conditions and in today’s post, we’ll consider this from a personal testimony.   Disclaimer Before beginning the writing of this post, I have to clearly state that you should never change the dosage or discontinue the use of any chronic or cardiovascular medication that was prescribed to you.  If any […]

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Unreasonable Prospects

Sometimes Reflexology prospects are unreasonable.  Read more in today’s post.   We all know the saying: “The customer is always right!”   That is an interesting saying, however, I disagree with the statement in its entirety based on having been a business owner of various businesses as well as a business manager of numerous organisations.  […]

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Overcoming Vaginismus with Therapeutic Reflexology

Vaginismus may improve with Therapeutic Reflexology treatment and will be considered in today’s post.   Vaginismus is a condition experienced by females characterised by the contraction of the vaginal muscles causing a spasm in the vagina when penetration is attempted that may cause severe pain.  Vaginismus may range from the occurrence of the spasms in […]

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Hyperhidrosis: A Therapeutic Reflexology Perspective

Hyperhidrosis is a condition of sweaty feet and sweaty hands that will be considered in today’s post from a Therapeutic Reflexology perspective.   People sweat to cool the body down and it is natural to sweat during exercise or excessively hot temperatures, but hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating irrespective of temperature and exercise.  It may be […]

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The Reflexology Love Language of Touch

Touch is part of the healing therapy of Therapeutic Reflexology.  In today’s post, we’ll consider touch as the reflexology love language.   Gary Chapman wrote a book entitled The Five Love Languages where he identifies five love languages as: Acts of Services Affirmation Physical Touch Quality Time Receiving Gifts.   According to Gary Chapman, people […]