Georgia Papadimitriou

Reflexology is a supplementary treatment for optimum health maintenance.

The foot has reflexes from all points in the body.

With special kinds of pressure applied by the healer, it can bring the body and organ function levels of the receiver to normal range.

Contemporary reflexology is rooted in the foundation of zone -therapy by Dr. William Fitzgerald – American physician Otolaryngologist, who after applying this practice could operate without needing any or with a small dose of anesthesia.

In western Europe (Switzerland, England, Denmark) and in the US, there is a Reflexology department in most hospitals. In Greece, this is voluntary, in some medical centers like Aretaio Hospital, Onassio Center for Heart Surgery and inother private and public healing institutions.

Where it Can Help 

It helps with any kind of pain (chronic, sharp, neuropathological, post surgical, etc.) ie.

  • Lumbago
  • Sciatica
  • Cervical Syndrome
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Metabolism
  • Mood disorders/anxiety
  • Lymphedema
  • Digestive difficulties (constipation, etc)
  • Endocrine system
  • Reproductive system
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Fluid retention
  • And more…

Why Should I go to a reflexologist? 

Even if there is no located problem, the research shows that only 4.3 % of the world’s population is in absolute balance and excellent health. Even if someone belongs to this percentage they can use (to their benefit) reflexology to maintain their health and achieve even greater well being, energy, and calm. 

Neuro – reflexology

While reflexology activates in general the organs and muscles of the body, neuro reflexology provides the opportunity for the activation of a specific muscle or nerve. This helps the body return to normalcy faster.