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Only a person who has suffered from toothache knows how bad it can be. Indeed, it drives a person to despair.

Most adults have 32 permanent teeth, 16 on each jaw. Of these 32 teeth, there are 8 incisors (sharp, chisel-like teeth meant for cutting), 4 canine (pointed teeth meant for tearing or gripping), 8 premolars and 12 molars (meant for grinding).

The central incisors lie in zone 1. The outer incisors and the canine teeth lie in zone 2.

The premolars lie in zone 3. The first and the second molars lie in zone 4.

The third molar (wisdom) teeth lie in zone 5.

Fig. 6.3 : The teeth Reflex Zone Therapy :

(A) General treatment of the whole body : Start with general treatment as described on page 33.

(B) Specific treatment of the affected tooth : The teeth are represented on the basal parts of the toes as shown in the adjoining diagram. Pinch the toe that corresponds to your aching tooth and give deep, alternating (or constant) pressure for 2 minutes or more. Repeat frequently till the pain is relieved.

(C) For excruciating toothache : Tie a small rubber-band on the corresponding toe for 10-12 minutes. During this period, if the toe starts aching or turns black, remove the rubber-band for a while (till the normal colour returns) and then tie it again. If necessary, repeat again after an hour

Fig. 6.3 : The teeth Reflex Zone Therapy :

Toothache Reflex

PROBLEMS OF THE NECK Stiffness; Pain; Cervical Spondylosis

Our neck region has seven 'cervical' vertebrae which are considerably mobile, allowing us to nod our head to say 'yes' or shake our head to say 'no'. This excessive flexibility renders the neck region vulnerable to muscle sprains and arthritis.

Osteoarthritisof the joints between the vertebrae of the neck has been given a special name : cervical spondylosis. People moving around with broad collars around their necks is a common sight. These are the people suffering from cervical spondylosis.

Reflex Zone Therapy :

(A) General treatment of the whole body : Start with general treatment as described on page 33.

(B) Specific treatment of the neck : The neck is represented chiefly on the big toes (and, to some extent, also on the second and the third toes) as shown in the adjoining diagram. Place the left foot on the right thigh. Steady this foot with the left hand. Now, start 'walking' your right thumb over the trigger areas for the neck, in small steps, taking care not to omit even a smallest spot. During such probing, every time you encounter a sore spot, stop moving the thumb further and with its tip give deep alternating pressure for about a minute.

Next, reverse the positions of the legs and in a similar manner stimulate the trigger areas for the neck on the right foot.

Repeat this treatment twice a day.

(C) The narrow portion at the root of the big toe corresponds to the neck. Holding the big toe and rotating it (both clockwise and anticlockwise) about the foot is equivalent to rotating the head about the body. This proves useful in relieving the stiffness of the neck. This manoeuvre, too, can be repeated twice a day.

Reflex Zones Feet Images

PROBLEMS OF THE BACK (SPINE)

Pain; Stiffness; Lumbago; Sciatica

Perhaps with the exception of headache, backache is the most common scourge of mankind. Very few people complete their lives without experiencing backache in one form or the other. It may just be a temporary inconvenience that comes and goes; or it may interfere continuously and relentlessly with work, rest and sleep.

More often than not, backache is the result of a 'spasm' of weak back muscles. Occasionally, it is caused by arthritis of vertebral joints or a 'slipping' of an inter-vertebral disc.

The spine is represented along the medial (inner) edge of each foot (see the adjoining diagram). A disorder of a particular (e.g., thoracic, lumbar, sacral or coccygeal) part of the spine is reflected (in the form of soreness) in the corresponding part of the foot-edge.

Reflex Zone Therapy :

(A) General treatment for the whole body : Start with general treatment as described on page 33.

(B) Specific treatment of the back : As shown in the adjoining diagram, the spine is represented on the inner edges of the two feet. Place the left foot on the right thigh. Steady this foot with the left hand. Now, starti ng from the heel, 'walk' your thumb forward along the inner border of foot, in small steps, taking care not to omit even a smallest spot. During such probing, every time you encounter a sore spot, stop moving the thumb further and with its tip give deep alternating pressure for about a minute.

Next, reverse the positions of the legs and in a similar manner, stimulate the trigger areas for the back on the inner border of the right foot.

Repeat this treatment twice a day.

(C) For very severe, incapacitating backache : Tie small rubber-bands on both big toes for 10-12 minutes. During this period,if the toes start paining or turn black, remove the bands for a while (till the normal colour is restored) and then apply them again. If necessary, repeat this treatment again after an hour or two.

Suggested reading : Backache-Prevention and Cure' by the same authors.

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