Reflexology for broken bones: I was in an eating/drinking establishment at a ski resort watching a ballgame when a client came in to ask me to use reflexology to help her friend who had just broken her wrist. Her friend had to catch a plane back to California and didn’t have time for the hospital protocol. I said, “Does she know it will hurt?” My friend said, “Yes, I told her.” So I did the treatment using her other wrist to perfectly reset the bones and when I saw my friend again after that, I inquired about the gal from California. She said it healed perfectly, and she never did have to seek medical protocol.
A young man who had been life flighted with injuries to his kidney, 3 vertebra, and a broken pelvis asked about reflexology treatments while still in the hospital. He wanted to heal very quickly because he was headed to college that fall and needed to make as much money as possible that summer. I said I would treat him as soon as he was off pain medication. He came to the first treatment about a week later and when we finished he went straight to bed. Three days later we did the second treatment and he was off his crutches. Five days later we did another treatment and he was doing the worm dance on my floor. He was able to work and at his 8-week check-up he and his mother couldn’t control their laughter when the doctor first thought he had the wrong x-ray for comparison and went to check. When he came back he said, “You must have really taken me seriously when I said stay on those crutches!”
My son also broke his pelvis skiing. I offered to make the trip to treat him but he wanted to wait for when I was already scheduled to see him a few weeks later. When I got there he was trying to work on crutches in snow and ice, using pain medication, and trying to adjust himself to a different work position because he couldn’t do his regular job. He was also exhausted. I did two 20-minute reflexology sessions on him using his feet and he went to work that Monday morning with no crutches, no pain medication, and able to do his assigned job. I got several calls from his co-workers about helping them with their conditions that week.