Any foot reflexology specialists out there? I want to know about stabbing pain d

  1. Relationshipc profile image87
    Relationshipcposted 3 years ago

    Any foot reflexology specialists out there? I want to know about stabbing pain during reflexology

    No matter how much I Google this, I can't seem to find an answer!

    My husband has Multiple Sclerosis and is experiencing some symptoms right now. I do his feet, and he has intense pain on the hypothalamus area, which makes complete sense.

    He also has an intense stabbing pain in his eye reflex, and right now his eyelid has drooped and his ear is plugged. We had his eye checked out and there is nothing wrong with the eye, so it is a neurological thing.

    Is stabbing pain normal on a reflex point, and should I not push as hard on it or should there be a lot of pressure?

    Thanks

  2. Good Guy profile image86
    Good Guyposted 3 years ago

    I am not an expert on reflexology, but has a little personal experience when I went for it a very long time ago.  In fact as you know, reflexology can easily be done any time.  Just that I don't do it nowadays.  Coming back to your question, when there is excruciating pain on a particular point, it means there is problem on the organ related to that point.  The practice is to keep massaging the point but not to the extreme.

    1. Relationshipc profile image87
      Relationshipcposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for answering. I think I may tone it down as it is quite sore.

 
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