Central Nerve System theory for analyzing and treatment.
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This concept combines meridian theory and the central nervous system into an application of a high professional treatment.
TCM Foot reflexology is a very ancient method which pre-dates recorded history. The philosophy is rooted in Sri Lanka before the Chinese tradition of medicine and acupuncture which goes back over 5000 years.
Later TMC Foot reflexology became an evidence in the Chinese medicine and historical records written by Sima Qian of Chinese Reflexology dates back to the time when Dr. Yu Fu (in Chinese Yu means healing and Fu means foot) treated patients concentrated on manual stimulation of the feet.
The Chinese way of looking at disease, analyzing of disease, mind/body health, and body homeostasis is very different from western way. However, there are some aspects of Chinese reflexology that have been explained using the understanding of medicine, as seen from the westerner's mind.
There are many methods of TCM reflexology (e.g.: Five Elements or the Eight Principles ways of analyzing and treatment), all is about establishing a TCM analyzing first and then applying stimulation of zones and points related to body meridians obtain that the vital energy flows naturally.
TCM is a highly complex, scientifically-validated and elegant system of analyzing method and treatment that has been successfully used for thousands of years by millions of people. The analyzing method is the same system using in the Facial Reflex therapy sorensensistem TM method and the fundamental philosophy, method and application of Chinese medicine is the same.
Biochemical and Central Nerve System theory for Diagnosis and Treatment
Neurophysiologic experiments have demonstrated that reflexology modifies the transmission of neural impulses between the spinal cord and the brain, forming the basis of the "gate control" theory. This theory postulates that the action of pain fibers in the spinal cord is blocked by reflexology. Reflexology is also known to stimulate the release of endorphins.
Experimental evidence demonstrate that Reflexology not only inhibits pain, but it also directly affects peripheral microcirculation, rhythm and stroke volume of the heart, blood pressure, levels of circulating immunoglobulin’s and lymphocytic T cells, gastrointestinal peristalsis, secretion of hydrochloric acid, and the production of RBCs and WBCs.
By stimulating zones related to CNS which relates to the meridians, abnormal neurons master to normalize neuronal activities and reduce symptoms.
The central nervous system reflects zones on the surface of the body related to the meridians and points.
By palpation of the zones it is possible to notice increased or decreased reflexes and differences in tissue quality (firm, soft, yielding to pressure, tightening up under pressure, warm, cold, etc.), and the therapist can figuratively read the reflected map. This helps in locating the course of a health problem and also helps in differentiating between primary and secondary symptoms."
Readjustment of CNS circuit and Meridian leads to healing.
Based in an understanding of biology and embryology, the metrology of Reflexology sorensensistem introduce also the keys that open the way to the understanding of the treating of musculoskeletal, physical and mental disorders.
The concept represents a whole-organism understanding about the human posture and function including the fundamental biomechanical architecture of vertebrate’s patterns of the spine.
A method of reflexology combined of concepts from embryology, posturology and Chinese medicine into a unique and useful systemic technique.