Reflexology for Parkinson’s

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  China   Reflexology Association of Anshan City,
Liaoning Province



Yajon, Z., "Exploration Of The Treatment Of Parkinsonism With Reflexotherapy." 2002 China Reflexology Symposium Report, Beijing, China Reflexology Association, pages 3-4.


  The author treated 3 patients of Parkinson’s Syndrome, 2 male and 1 female all over 60 years old. In case 1 after the third course treatment, there was no head tremor and trembling in arm and hand basically disappeared. All other symptoms improved except weakness in thumb. After another 3 courses of treatment, conditions stabilized with much better spirit. In case 2 after 3 courses of treatment, rigid neck and tremor of hand improved. After another 3 courses, the functions of stomach and intestine were improved; patient had strong confidence with bright complexion and clear speech. In case 3 the patient also suffered from diabetes and had to lie in bed. After 3 treatment courses, speech function improved and patient could walk with help. All symptoms such as spasm of hands and feet, and night sweating were relieved.


  Reflexotherapy was found to be very effective in the treatment of Parkinson’s Syndrome.

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