How to Relieve Hip & Knee Pain | Reflexology

How to Relieve Hip & Knee Pain | Reflexology


This is how to relieve hip and knee pain using
foot reflexology techniques. So, it’s going to be on this outer lateral
aspect of the foot. You can see there’s kind of a protrusion here. This is the base of the fifth metatarsal. You can easily find that. That’s one of your markers. Your other marker is this heel bone. This is a calcaneus. You’re going to want to find the top. That’s your other marker. So, between here and here is this kind of
little triangle area. Around here is housed the reflexes to the
hips and a little bit to the knees. If you start to move above you’ll start to
go into the arm reflexes and other reflexes. We’re going to be really concentrated in here. We’re also going to do some work from out
here. There are some sciatic and hip reflexes that
also course through here. For this place between here and here I’m going
to use thumb walking. With thumb walking, again, you’re just doing
this walking and bending this joint here. You’re going to come down here, you’re going
to get up a little bit, and then come back down. You’re not going to pop out. You’re going to go in with continued pressure. You’re just going to go in again. And in again. There we go. We could also do a little bit of that press
and slide which Dr. Manzanares does. You press in, then you kind of slide into
that area. Press, and then slide into the area. When you work this outer area you’ll also
use thumb walking, but you’ll come across out through here. So, you’re supporting the foot with this hand. I’ll lift it up so you can see it a little
bit better. It’s going to be all through here. So, you start here, and you just come down,
and it can be really intense as well especially for women. So interact with your person and if they let
you know that it’s too deep just ease up a little bit. Come down through here, and come back, and
then meet that point through here. You could even just do a point pressure. You’d just press in. And you’ll feel it. You might feel a little bit of a change in
the tissue texture in that area which I feel here. You’ll want to give that a little bit more
pressure. When you let go just ease up. Of course, you’ll want to do both sides. If for some reason someone is experiencing
hip pain you don’t want to necessarily just do the side that they’re experiencing it on. You want to do both. Just because the pain might be on the right
side, for instance, doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not coming from the other side. In addition, you could add a little bit of
lower back reflexes and lymphatic groin around here with your finger walking technique. Also the heel of the foot you can thumb walk. I like to thumb walk side, and it’ll also
give attention to that area. It’s kind of doing the hips, the knees, the
whole pelvic region, and then you can also do a little bit of the lower back through
here with your thumb walking just so that you’re giving attention to the whole area. That’s thumb walking, finger walking, and
reflexology for the hip and knee area.

35 comments on “How to Relieve Hip & Knee Pain | Reflexology

  1. Saima Akter Post author

    wow, i know i wouldn't let that lady touch my feet like she was touching the other person's feet cuzz i am sooo freaking ticklish, in the middle of her demonstration i would burst out laughing. XD

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  2. Jordan Roy Post author

    Foot relfexology is bullshit, there is no solid proof it works. Scientists have done tests and they found it's results were infact subconscious. The same thing goes for those magnent bracelets. People were given magnet bracelets that were demagnefied and they still claimed they worked for them. It's all in your mind, this kind of medical treatment is a scam.

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  3. Keith Zenker Post author

    "If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail." (Abraham Maslow)

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  4. CrashScienceNews Post author

    question plzz.. Can you do this reflexology yourself or do you need someone do it to you?

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  5. Wynzor Xx Post author

    My kids foot hurt so much and when he shake his foot there a broken noises help my son 🙁

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  6. Jbob S Post author

    way better then hobbling around. my mother in law use to do this all the time. It really does work, but you have to be patient.

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  7. Bobby G. Hutchins Jr Post author

    Outstanding instruction, thank you for educating me how to take better care of myself through reflexology. I'm grateful for your help that I desperately needed after eight knee surgeries and severe right hip pain.

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  9. lamfilipos Post author

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  10. Indu r Vaidya Post author

    very good information.Thanks a lot, for the education you have given me.It worked for me within a minute.Thanks

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  11. michaelandlucifer Post author

    I know a bit about this reflexology and do practice it sometime. For relaxation it is a good therapy. To cure a problem, no concrete evidence. Just want to share my experience in term of massage. Two weeks ago somebody bring me along to a massage session in a village around 4 hours drive from where I live. Expecting it going to be a relaxing massage, i happily come along. It was around a 20 minutes session and what surprised me was the guy/masseur just pressed around 5 points each on both of my lower leg and feet. then he massage my middle finger, touch/pressing my back, head and neck and also adjusted my lower back nerve. I thought the result is just a "feel good" to my legs and body with the short session. When the massage session finished and i start to stand up and testing my knees and lower back, I was in disbelief, my knee and back pain is gone! I've suffer this pain for a long time. I've been active in sport and do heavy lifting works in my younger days. His technique is more to acupressure or acupuncture points pressed. This guy study by way of observing and verbally from member of his family and know how to massage from the age of 13. Now he is in late 30's. By touching and looking for tender spots, he can predict near accurate what my body problem. The session is dirt cheap around 5 USD. Not to promote this guy but just to say if you're at the right place and moment, you'll find this gem of master masseur. As of this post, still no pain to my knee and lower back of which all this while i thought it was sciatic nerve problem.

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  13. Bennetta White Post author

    (THANK YOU,THIS IS JUST WONDERFUL INFORMATION.☺☺☺☺)***THIS will really help me with my(PAIN).

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  14. Rahul RB Lodhi Post author

    Suggest some acupressure points for constipation,urine urgency& pelvic pain due to pelvic tension.

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