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ronaldvanbell
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Hi,

I'm suffering from lack of sensation in the back of my foot, due to an injury that damaged my local nerve.
Do you think that reflexology would be effetive nevertheless in my case?
I thought mabe reflexology works on processes that are beyond just local nerve sensitivity.
worth mentioning that the rest of my leg's nerves are OK, luckily.

blessings,
Ron

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gaiaholistix
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Hi and welcome to Healthy pages,

IMO reflexology would be effective as it is a form of energy healing so does not work through the nervous system. The nervous system is an aspect of the body so it will be stimulated like all the other aspects as the session takes place.

You may even get some improvement in the damaged area with the massage techniques which are incorporated into a session 🙂

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ronaldvanbell
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thank you very much!

you helped me a lot

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Mtbw
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Hi,

I'm suffering from lack of sensation in the back of my foot, due to an injury that damaged my local nerve.
Do you think that reflexology would be effetive nevertheless in my case?
I thought mabe reflexology works on processes that are beyond just local nerve sensitivity.
worth mentioning that the rest of my leg's nerves are OK, luckily.

blessings,
Ron

Sorry but you need to be realistic. Effective treatment for nerve damage is possible if the disorder of nerve is reversible.... if it is permanent nerve damage then reflexology is useless for increase of sensation.

My advice: consult with dr who diagnosed you.

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