Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Reflexology For Shoulder Problem

Shoulder problem should not be neglected ,otherwise it may lead to arthritis. Especially the age of over 60 years old.


  • Stiff shoulder and pain (Polymyalgia rheumatica is rheumatic disorder that is associated with moderate to severe muscle pain and stiffness in the neck, shoulder, and hip area. Stiffness is most noticeable in the morning.)

  • Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is when the shoulder joint experiences a significant loss in its range of motion due to inflammation, scarring)

  • Arthritis ( damage caused to the joints of the body)

  • Tendinitis (Tendinitis is inflammation, irritation, and swelling of a tendon,)

  • Sprains ( stretching or partial tearing of the ligaments and capsule that support the shoulder)

    Shoulder pain may be felt in one small spot, in a larger area, or down the arm. Pain that travels along nerves to the shoulder can be caused by diseases such as:

  • Gallbladder disease
  • Liver disease
  • Heart disease
  • Disease of the spine in the neck

    Remedy for shoulder disorder reflexe area:
    Kidney--ureter---bladder--lymphatic notes-- liver--shoulder --arm and other reflex area.

    Case study :Arm problem
    Peter , who is 65 years old could hardly raise his right arm. Over the years, he had gone through all kinds of treatment but his condition did not improve at all. When he came to me, I started to work on his kidney, ureter, bladder and shoulder for about 30 minutes. He then was able to raise his arm all the way up! He was so amzed by the incredible result.

    Case study :Shoulder injury
    Mr Phang is a soccer player. He did not believe in foot reflexology. One day, he was hit and injured in his right shoulder. Immediately, he was given a athletic massage for his shoulder. I begged him to stop because it might cause more damage to his injured shoulder. The best thing to do is to give him a foot reflexology on the shoulder reflex area of his foot.

    I held his right foot and applied pressure on his shoulder reflex area. He started to scream and pulled his foot away from me (because of the pain). I persuaded him to continue for another 15 minutes. Finally he showed me his smiley face and said "Wow! Foot reflexology is amazing! My shoulder pain has gone -- unbelievable!"

    Attention! Please avoid from wearing tight or sharp pointed shoes which may interfere with the flow of blood between the feet and other parts of your body and may result in shoulder and other organ problems.

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