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Reflexology for Orthopedic Conditions

Reflexology is recommended to Medicaid and Medicare patients in the 21st Century.  In addition,  job openings involving reflexology have increased 486%  from July 2008 to March 1, 2010.

Eunice D. Ingham  was a  steadfast developer of reflexology in the early 20th Century.  If it weren’t for her efforts, few today might have a clue about it.  She was a healthcare pioneer,  traveling the USA, lecturing and teaching.  Some of her students took reflexology to Europe during the 1930s through the 1950s and it is much used there today.  

In addition, there is evidence that reflexology was present in some part in ancient cultures as well: Korean, China, and Egypt as well as others.  Visit the link above to find out more about the treatment method, its training programs, and its governing associations worldwide.


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