Reflexology for Multiple Sclerosis

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  Multiple Sclerosis  

Study Conducted:



  Scotland   Grampian Branch of the Charity Action and Research for Multiple Sclerosis  



Joyce, M., and Richardson, R. (1997). "A Study of the Effect of Reflexology on People with Multiple Sclerosis." Reflexions, September 1997, pages 10-13 and Reflexology World, December 1997, pages 6-11


  People with multiple sclerosis were given foot reflexology. The symptoms which showed the best success rate were balance, bladder control, sleep, pain, circulation, pins and needles, spasms, constipation, feeling in the feet and general well-being


  Foot reflexology was found to be effective for the relief of symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis.

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