The Effect of Foot Reflexology on the Reduction of Chronic Low Back Pain
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The Effect of Foot Reflexology on the Reduction of Chronic Low Back Pain @2007 DK Publishing from Complete Reflexology for Life by Barbara and Kevin Kunz Conclusion  Regarding to the positive outcomes of this procedure in the present study, the consistency of the present findings with the findings of some  foreign researchers [9, 10, 11] and the inclination of similar patients toward such non-aggressive treatments, it is concluded that reflexology can be  regarded as a non-aggressive,favorable procedure in treating patients with chronic low back pai ..read more
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Baby Brains and Foot Reflexology
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  Baby Brains and Foot Reflexology  An apple a day keeps the doctor away or so the saying goes. But what happens to a young baby who receives foot reflexology almost every day? The answer: enhanced activation in parts of the brain.  That’s the conclusion of researchers who followed an infant’s progress with fMRI brain scans in a recently reported case study. While researchers were testing for improvements in hearing for a limited application of reflexology, they found activation in parts of the brain (see below) were enhanced for the infant receiving foot reflexology compare ..read more
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Complete Reflexology for Life just released worldwide as an ebook
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Complete Reflexology for Life, our bestselling title has been released as an ebook worldwide.  Amazon (Us and UK) https://a.co/d/7ftr4co  Google Play https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Barbara_Kunz_Complete_Reflexology_for_Life?id=ypz0EAAAQBAJ   ..read more
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Reflex Areas Do Matter
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Reflex Areas Do Matter What happens when reflexology is applied to critically ill ICU patients breathing with the help of mechanical ventilation after surgery and/or while hospitalized? Reflexology Research and Mechanical Ventilation, the new book from Barbara Kunz, describes and analyzes the results from ten studies looking at this question. A rare opportunity is provided by the ability to examine researched results from ten studies in one subject area. Of interest is the opportunity to compare and contrast what happens when reflexology is applied to different reflex areas for the same pat ..read more
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Reflexology Research and Mechanical Ventilation: Why reflexology helps patients
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Reflexology Research and Mechanical Ventilation: Why reflexology helps patients The application of reflexology’s pressure techniques to the sole of the foot helps the return to breathing on his or her own for critically ill mechanically ventilated adults. Or so research finds as reported in ReflexologyResearch and Mechanical Ventilation by Barbara Kunz. Why would this be?  Consider UCLA researcher Dr. Ron Harper’s study. Premature infants frequently have breathing difficulties. Dr Harper studied what happens when a vibrating disc was applied to the sole of premature infants’ feet. Th ..read more
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The Reflex in Reflexology Is Real
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 The Reflex in Reflexology Is Real The reflex in reflexology has real meaning with real world medical applications. At least that’s the take away from research with reflexology and ICU patients breathing with the support of mechanical ventilation. In one results patients were taken off ventilation support in a faster time when reflexology was applied.  The new book Reflexology Research and Mechanical Ventilation from Barbara Kunz details how and why this would happen with analysis of ten research studies. Five of the studies looking at the issue of time spent on ventilation. All ..read more
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Medical Applications of Reflexology and the Mechanical Ventilator
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What’s Your Favorite Reflex Area? Do you have a favorite reflex area, one that gets a positive response from your clients? Maybe puts them to sleep? Or, gets the results you seek? For example, Kevin Kunz calls the eye/ear reflex area his “magic” reflex area. One possible contender is the solar plexus reflex area. While it’s always a go-to reflex area for the basic goal of relaxation, research shows there’s actually more at work and more reason it should be a favorite reflex area.  First consider: a more accurate label would include the vagus nerve. At least that’s what was found i ..read more
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Credibility for Reflexology
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  Credibility for Reflexology   Get your copy now https://a.co/d/6awLMQZ or https://books2read.com/u/bx6VLl Credibility for reflexology comes from research. Credibility also comes from explaining to others what the research means. Then there’s credibility gained by describing why results happen.  Consider the study results described in Reflexology Research and Mechanical Ventilation by Barbara Kunz. Five of five studies found that patients were able to leave ventilator support in a shorter amount of time compared to patients who did not receive reflexolog ..read more
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New title: Reflexology and Mechanical Ventilation
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Why write a book about reflexology research and mechanical ventilation? I couldn’t help myself. The search for information was so fascinating. The results showing what reflexology could do were so dramatic. It started when we were working with neuroscientist Dr. Stefan Posse of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine preparing for research, finding out what happens as foot reflexology is applied during brain scans, fMRI imaging. Stefan had asked about reflexology research of medical topics. I started looking. I discovered 75 to 80 studies of reflexology applied to hospital patient ..read more
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