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Reflexology in the management of low back pain: A pilot randomised controlled trial

Reflexology appears to offer promise as a treatment in the management of LBP; however, an adequately powered trial is required before any more definitive pronouncements are possible.

The effects of Reflexology on sleep disorder in menopausal women

Regarding to increasing of life expectancy, women spend about one-third of their lives in menopausal stage. Many women are interested to use complementary and alternative medicines for relief from their menopausal complications. Reflexology is One of the complementary and alternative medicines …………………… The results showed a significant reduction sleep disorder after intervention (p < 0.001).Reflexology is effective in improving of sleep disorder and therefore midwives can learn it and teach it to menopausal women.

Effects of reflexology on fibromyalgia symptoms: A multiple case study

Reflexology affected the symptom of pain in multiple areas such as head, neck and arms. Pain started to isolate and decrease.

Reflexology may be helpful to decrease fibromyalgia symptoms. Qualitative research methods and individually tailored interventions are important when researching complementary and alternative therapies

A randomised-controlled trail examining the effects of reflexology of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

…………… As such a randomised-controlled trial was set up to examine the effects of reflexology treatments on COPD. Results were qualitative and quantitative and showed that there are a number of areas of possible benefit for patients with COPD, ……………..

A Pilot Study Exploring the Effects of Reflexology on Cold Intolerance

Cold intolerance is an inability to tolerate cold temperatures and is accompanied by symptoms including headache, shoulder discomfort, dizziness and palpitations. The current study was performed to examine whether reflexology therapy affected cold intolerance in human subjects and whether the treatment was systemically effective. ……………. we conclude that reflexology has systemic effects and is an alternative method for treating cold intolerance.

A pilot study of the effectiveness of reflexology in treating idiopathic constipation in women

This study shows that in this sample reflexology has potential benefit for treating idiopathic constipation in women. Further randomised trials are required.

Evaluation of anxiety, salivary cortisol and melatonin secretion following reflexology treatment: A pilot study in healthy individuals

Cancer Patients Quality of Life http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/11973949/reload=0;jsessionid=uA2A1A3C9vet7IRDUCZT.16

The Clinical Efficacy of Reflexology in Nursing Home Residents with Dementia

Exploratory study on the efficacy of reflexology for pain threshold and tolerance using an ice-pain experiment and sham TENS control

The effects of reflexology on foot pain and quality of life in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis: A case report

Evaluation of anxiety, salivary cortisol and melatonin secretion following reflexology treatment: A pilot study in healthy individuals

A randomised, controlled trial of the psychological effects of reflexology in early breast cancer

Can reflexology maintain or improve the well-being of people with Parkinson’s Disease?

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