Perhaps one of the most promising uses of reflexology being explored is in cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Miller described an encounter with a wounded military veteran she was seated next to on an airplane.

In the course of normal conversation, she mentioned being a massage therapist; the man told her he had PTSD, and would never consider getting a massage.

“He said, ‘There’s no way I would take off all of my clothes and lay facedown with a stranger in the room,’” Miller said. She then explained to him how he could receive the relaxation benefit of reflexology while remaining face-up and fully clothed.
“Many people say that it is more relaxing than a full-body massage,” said Miller. Read more

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