Breathing Issues treated with Clinical Reflexology
A 14-year-old boy was having extreme difficulty with breathing issues and dizziness. He had missed more than a week of school, and although he had gotten a chest x-ray to check for pneumonia, taken an oral antibiotic, was given an antibiotic shot, and was put on an oxygen machine, he still had a pulse ox (the measure of oxygen in the blood) of 80-83. Since normal is 95, his family contacted me. I asked the boy if he remembered getting any food particles caught in his lungs, but he couldn’t because his focus was also challenged. After 10 or 12 days of only being able to be hooked up on an oxygen machine, I did a reflexology session with him focused on his breathing issues. Afterwards I had the parents take him to a fire station where they check pulse ox at no charge, and he was at 95. The boy went to school the next day. He also told me he did remember, before the whole thing started, laughing hard at lunch and getting food caught in his lungs.
This website is provided solely for the purpose of information, providing the reader with details concerning reflexology and Dawn’s experience treating breathing issues or ailments related to breathing issues with clinical reflexology techniques. It is not intended or presumed to convey any diagonosis or prescription of any kind. Dawn Horn is a Certified Master Clinical Reflexologist, not a medical doctor and has no reason or intent to act as such.
Each person is encouraged to consult with their own medical professional concerning any physical or mental issues. Be sure to inform your physician if you are considering a reflexology treatment. Tri Healing Reflexology would be happy to discuss your specific ailments and the treatments to apply.