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Clinical Reflexology; Clinical Reflexology
Topic Started: 18 Feb 2016, 03:12 PM (339 Views)
Sue
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I can highly recommend clinical reflexology. I regularly see a qualified reflexologist & it really helps with my pain & symptoms and generally keeping me going! Do be aware that having this done, particularly if you are in acute pain, can be very painful at the time. However, you will feel so much better afterwards. It may take a few sessions before you notice any great difference, so do persevere.

I have seen my reflexologist when I've been in spasm & can't stand straight, and I've come out standing straight & virtually out of spasm. I don't fully understand how it works, it just does :)
First serious back pain and sciatica 2001
Chiropractic, yoga, reflexology & massage for many years.
First MRI scan 2005 showing prolapsed disc & stenosis at L4/5, spinal fusion declined.
Further scans 2008 - treatment for stenosis urgent. one hospital offers fusion, which I decline.
21st Aug 2008 - stenosis removed, disc pushed back into place and coflex device fitted, Mr Shackleford (NHS)
10th March 2016 - 2 level disc replacement L4/5, L5/S1, Mr Shackleford (NHS)
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